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“Great view, good food”

Top of the World Restaurant at the Stratosphere
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Ranked #75 of 4,979 Restaurants in Las Vegas
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $50 - $80
Cuisines: French, Seafood, Steakhouse
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Good for: Business meetings, Special occasions, Romantic
Dining options: Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Late Night, Delivery, Reservations
Dining style: Fine Dining
Cross street: Sahara Blvd.
Description: Consistently voted one of Las Vegas' best for food, atmosphere and view, Top of the World restaurant delivers an internationally inspired menu crafted by renowned chefs Rick Giffen and Claude Gaty. Prime beef, Farm raised Colorado lamb, line caught organic seafood are but a few of the fresh, wholesome and natural ingredients that are combined to create a dining experience that is sure to be memorable. Indulge in any of our hand fashioned cocktails, or peruse our award winning wine list as you dine in a relaxing and comfortable setting where every seat has a view of the hottest city in the desert gently revolving 360 degrees, 840 feet above the valley. And don't think that the evening ends here. After dinner enjoy the Level 107 Lounge. EARLY Happy Hour from 4pm to 7pm features half price appetizers and 2 for 1 cocktails. LATE Happy Hour from 10pm to 1am features half price appetizers, and 2 for 1 cocktails from 1am to Close. DJ Entertainment nightly playing electic dance music from 11pm to Close.
Reviewed March 6, 2013

The real reason to eat here is the view. The restaurant rotates slowly so you can see the strip as well as everything else in the valley. We went into dinner thinking it would be the most amazing meal ever because of the prices (it has to be phenomenal at $45-80 an entree, with an extra $12 per side, right?) but came away feeling as if we had a fantastic meal, but not necessarily the best meal ever, except for the au gratin potatoes - wow. Our server was wonderful. I all but screamed out loud the first time I saw someone jump - the sky jump is right outside the window!

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Reviewed March 6, 2013

The food is so well prepared...the views of Las Vegas are amazing from the stratosphere...Be prepared to SPEND A LOT OF MONEY! But, all in all its worth it, its a spectacular place that is worth all 5 starts

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Thank IronGutt
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Reviewed March 5, 2013

had a chance to go to this interesting restaurant at the suggestion of friends. not the most typical restaurant. usually in Vegas everyone gets sucked into the strip.

well, ended up there at 830 for dinner. looked around and was impressed by the view. the view of Vegas is usually rarely so unemhampered. the seating was nice. the restaurant itself is not really anything too exceptional. the service though was very good. the ambiance is ok. nothing incredibly noteworthy.

the food came. we had ordered the filet and the rib eye. the filet was good. the rib eye was too bathed in sauce. however, again, though not exceptional, it was very good.

as a food place this was ok. as a whole experience it was definitely unique and i would recommend it. by the way, as you are eating the people or i should say dare devils are jumping from one level above you, so you get to see them jump off floor 107 and 108. good one. hope no one goes splat. may ruin your appetite. one thing though, check the prices. the food was expensive so that might have a bearing. please check.

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Thank shark4rk
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Reviewed March 5, 2013

We went here on out last day for lunch as someone told us that it was cheaper at lunch time but had more or less the same menu as tea time. But it didnt seem like this. There was a lunch menu and the normal one. The food was a bit fancy even the sandwiches. The cheapest steak was like $56! It was ok but not my favourite. The dessert on the other hand was amazing!! Try the creme brulee and lemon cheescake mmm. It was amazing how it revolved thougbt and lovely to stare at the view and watch the planes take off. The waitress i think her name was skye was sooo friendly!!

Thank jodie s
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Reviewed March 4, 2013

Lunch today was a big disappointment! I have been bringing Las Vegas guests here almost monthly and loved it! Recently, their lunch menu changed which more than halved the selections and doubled their prices! Ugh! Supposedly because of their "extensive" remodeling. Didn't see evidence of any changes except on the bill!! Food was acceptable, but no fancy presentation, etc. I won't be going back. Too bad because this used to me one of our favorites.

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Thank Idgypie
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