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Top 5 Places to Eat Near Magic Mike Live

Magic Mike Live steams up Las Vegas with its sexy blend of dance routines and acrobatic striptease. Developed by actor Channing Tatum, and based on the hit films Magic Mike and Magic Mike XXL, the energetic production is located near a wealth of terrific dining options for guests to enjoy before or after the show — from right inside the Hard Rock Hotel to close by the theater.

MB Steak
Located inside the Hard Rock Hotel is the luxury steakhouse MB Steak. Before things heat up at the show, enjoy a menu of expertly-sourced steaks, seafood and shellfish inside an old-school steakhouse with a comfortable vibe. Amazing cuisine, plus an extensive selection of premium spirits and craft cocktails, served across a leather bar. 4455 Paradise Road

Mr. Lucky’s
Also inside the bustling Hard Rock Hotel is the wildly popular Mr. Lucky’s, one of Vegas’s legendary 24-hour retro-style eateries. Guests have been coming for the big dishes, mega milkshakes, burgers, breakfasts and home-style service for more than two decades. 4455 Paradise Road

Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen & Bar
The spiky-haired TV star’s Vegas restaurant offers guests a taste of Fieri’s signature cuisine. It features bold flavors and unique twists on traditional dishes. The 6,500-square-foot space features a large outdoor patio and dining area with panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip. 3535 S Las Vegas Blvd.

CUT by famed chef Wolfgang Puck continues to be one of the most sought-after reservation in town. Located at The Palazzo Las Vegas, CUT presents a contemporary twist on the classic steakhouse, featuring the finest beef from regions across the globe, as well as shellfish, seafood and an extensive international wine list. 3325 Las Vegas Blvd.

Chef Thomas Keller's casual French bistro at The Venetian is consistently highlighted as one of Vegas’s best. Bouchon’s quintessential bistro fare changes with the seasons, but many of Chef Keller’s favorite dishes remain: roast chicken, steak frites, croque madame, pot de crème and lemon tart as well as an extensive raw bar. The restaurant’s cuisine is complemented by an extensive, international wine list. 3355 S Las Vegas Blvd.