As with all of the hotels in Vegas, dining is of major importance, so rest assured that you're not going to die of hunger here. There are no fewer than 9 restaurants to choose from, including a buffet (which can be found in pretty much every hotel in the city). The latter serves a variety of specialities from Asia, Italy, Mexico, the United States, and Japan, among others. Like in many a trendy restaurant in New York, Paris, or Tokyo, the food is prepared right in front of you. You make your selection by browsing the various stations and then a chef cooks your meal before you, or you can choose from dishes that have already been prepared. As far as buffet restaurants go, it has to be said that the decor here is very modern and stylish, and it changes from one season to the next.
Once you've worked your way through the buffet, you can try one of the other restaurants, such as the American meats served at the Stack, where the decor is somewhat reminiscent of the Grand Canyon.
For a more Zen-like ambience, you might want to try the Japanese restaurant, which isn't too far from the large glass dome, or the Chinese restaurant, the Fin. Despite the proximity of the latter to the casino floor, it isn't at all affected by the noise, which is rather unusual in Vegas; you'll be able to enjoy your meal in peace. Meat-lovers, meanwhile, might fancy trying the Brazilian barbecue restaurant that specialises in huge meat kebabs.
Of course, you can't come to the USA without noticing the endless take-out places, pizzerias, and burger joints, not forgetting the famous New York deli, the Carnegie Delicatessen.
Last but not least, the hotel has a multitude of bars where you can quench your thirst in-between games of poker or blackjack.