As California’s most populated city, L.A. has a lively, robust, and diverse food culture. The city’s unique restaurants are popular amongst L.A. locals who turn to these eateries for unforgettable culinary experiences.
Less than 300 miles away from L.A. lies Las Vegas, a city that has transformed into one of the country’s most active dining destinations. With a thriving restaurant reputation, Las Vegas attracts dining concepts looking to gain access to the city’s more than 42 million annual visitors. L.A. is a big player in this trend, bringing its restaurants to the Vegas Strip with the hope of being introduced to those who have yet to taste their menus. With 19% of Las Vegas traffic coming from Southern California, there is a clear synergy between L.A. and Las Vegas.
Grand Canal Shoppes and The Venetian Resort Las Vegas have collaborated and offered restaurant space for lease to an array of L.A.-born restaurants in the Las Vegas landscape.