At nearly 850 feet above the Las Vegas Strip, this revolving restaurant is one of the best perches from which to see the city. The food used to come second, but has, of late, caught up with the lures of the view. The cuisine at Top of the World falls somewhere between a steakhouse (there are ample cuts of meat to choose from, like Wagyu skirt steak, or the 60-day aged bone-in Kansas City strip) and a fusion joint (rack of lamb marinated with the zesty herbs of the Egyptian pistachio-tinged condiment called dukkah is a specialty, as is the succulent pork belly served with Thai vinaigrette and harissa). It takes nearly 90 minutes for one full revolution of the restaurant. Try to score a table right next to the window so you get the full experience, and can watch the daring souls drop off from the Sky Jump platform above.
- Grace Bascos