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Don’t worry that it’s a desert. There are many seafood restaurants in Las Vegas. From the finest, freshest sushi to all-you-can-eat crab legs at the buffets to Gordon Ramsay’s crispy fish and chips, we’ve got something from the sea that you’ll love.

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Casual

Oyster Bar Las Vegas

If you’re looking for high-quality fresh steamers, shrimp, lobster, crab, clam chowder and calamari, Oyster Bar is your go-to destination. It specializes in all things shellfish plus other seafood-topped dishes like pastas and salads. 
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Shrimp and Chip combo from Gordon Ramsay's Fish and Chips located at the LINQ Promenade
Quick Bites

Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips

Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips offers authentic British fish and chips in a casual, quick service setting. You can also get a Fishwich, chicken or sausage sandwich. Wash it down with the signature sticky toffee pudding shake or an orange-vanilla lemonade.
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Sushi burritos stacked in a pyramid from Jaburritos located at The LINQ Promenade
Quick Bites

Jaburritos

Can’t decide between Mexican and Japanese? Now you don’t have to. Jaburritos offers its genius concept by combining two tasty cuisines into one awesome meal. Imagine your favorite sushi and burrito fillings, all rolled into one (or in a bowl). Delish!
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Plated Lobster Entrée From Sterling Brunch Located Inside Bally’s Las Vegas
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Sterling Brunch Las Vegas

The legend returns with an outstanding assortment of upscale brunch options located at BLT Steak. For more than 30 years, the renowned Sterling Brunch at Bally's has been a go-to stop for Vegas visitors looking to splurge.
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