Finicky foodies will find this quartet of Sin City restaurants worthy.
Dive In If divine seafood is your desired jackpot, Aqua, the 2003 Epicurean Award-winner for best seafood, is the winning bet. Designed with an elegant yet laid-back decor — including rare wood and sensual fabrics — and located in the conservatory and lush botanical gardens of the Bellagio, Aqua specializes in contemporary seafood. Chefs Michael Mina and Mark LoRusso showcase their culinary creativity with items such as savory black mussel soufflé and Maine lobster pot pie. Appetizers, which range from $14 to $34, include seared sea scallops and domestic foie gras. Entrées, which range from $34 to $90, include miso-glazed Chilean sea bass and a roasted Dover sole. For high rollers, Aqua has a special premium tasting menu, prepared for an entire table at $115 per person. Aqua, at the Bellagio, 3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South, 702-693-7223.
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