Eating Out Near Le Rêve – The Dream
Le Rêve – The Dream at Wynn Las Vegas is one of Las Vegas’s top productions. Choose the perfect meal for before or after Le Rêve with help from this list of nearby suggestions.
1. Quick Bites
If you're running late, or just in the mood for something quick and casual, stop by a delicious spot right across from Wynn at the Fashion Show Mall:
Great Wraps – Great Wraps is located in the Fashion Show Mall Food Court, right across from Wynn Las Vegas and Encore. Take the convenient foot bridge from Wynn to the mall for a great selection of fast, fresh, healthy wraps to take with you on the go. Choose from chicken wraps, turkey wraps, falafel wraps and more. Pair your wrap with a side of French fries, and you’ll be ready to go!
2. Moderate Bites
If you’re ready for a sit down meal, but don’t want the hassle of advanced planning for a high-end restaurant, check out these hot spots inside Wynn and Encore:
Zoozacrackers – Zoozacrackers inside Wynn offers an authentic New York deli feel, in a moderately priced, beautifully decorated sit-down setting. Enjoy Manhattan clam chowder, Reuben sandwiches, and a pastrami sandwich that was dubbed one the “10 best sandwiches in Las Vegas” by Las Vegas Weekly magazine.
The Buffet at Wynn – Le Rêve tickets can be paired with a meal at Wynn’s award winning buffet. The Buffet features 15 live action cooking stations, serving up dishes from around the globe. Go wild for the many flavors of The Buffet, and don’t forget to check out the delectable sweets station for dessert.
3. Fancy Bites
Get dressed to the nines and experience the high-end dining Wynn and Encore have to offer. Make a reservation at one of these top-rated, Las Vegas restaurants to enjoy before or after Le Rêve:
Sinatra – Savor the taste of classic Italian cooking with a modern twist. This elegant restaurant honors the legendary singer, Frank Sinatra. The ritzy maroon and golden décor is complimented by iconic portraits of Old Blue Eyes himself. Chef Theo Schoenegger’s spaghetti with clams and ossobuco will melt in your mouth at the amazing, Sinatra.
Wing Lei – Being the first Chinese restaurant in The United States to be awarded the Michelin Star, Wing Lei boasts an exotic mix of Cantonese, Szechuan, and Shanghai flavors in their dishes. Chef Ming Yu serves up award winning dishes such as Imperial Peking Duck, mu shu pork, and wok-fried Maine lobster. The extravagant dining space is garnished with classic elements of Chinese architecture, and houses a private garden complete with pomegranate trees and golden dragon.
Guests will love filling up on delicious food at any of these locations near the Le Rêve Theater. There are plenty of options available that will accommodate any time constraints and budgets that show-goers may have.