Yelp’s Top 50 most photographed businesses in Las Vegas is a list unlike any other “best of” out there. Sure, you’ll see your obvious local favorites on the list, but it’s also chock full of hidden gems and off-the-beaten-path joints like Golden Steer Steakhouse Las Vegas tucked away in a strip mall near the Strip. From fine dining to uniquely Vegas museums — find them all in Yelp’s Top 50 most photographed businesses in Las Vegas.
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Topping this year’s most photographed list is Oyster Bar, an award-winning, 24-hour oyster bar located inside Palace Station offering mouth watering seafood selections and more. This hidden gem is known to many locals, and offers live-action dishes prepared before your eyes, including steamed clams, freshly shucked oysters, homemade chowders, seafood pastas and more.
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1. Oyster Bar (Las Vegas)
What they’re known for: their namesake — oysters
Yelpers say: “This place always has a long line but it’s so worth it. I came in on a Saturday around 6 pm and waited 2 hours. The food here is so good. Eze the chef always engages with those he cooks for which I love. I ordered the House etouffee for the first time and it was so good my favorite. My friend ordered jambalaya which is good as well but I definitely recommend the Etouffee. They ask you how spicy you would like it and trust me they do not play about spice. I love that the food is cooked in front of you and served hot. If you ever have time to wait this is the place to go.” – Adrienne H.
2. Neon Museum (Las Vegas)
What they’re known for: hosting Las Vegas’ retired neon signs
Yelpers say: “I really recommend the guided tour, as you get to walk through the neon boneyard (where are the huge neon signs live) and someone tells you cool facts about neon, about Las Vegas (the Strip and other areas), and historic people who have passed through/lived there. The docents/tour leaders are so knowledgeable and most are from Las Vegas (in my experiences) so they are really into the local history. When you book a guided tour, you need to book a timeslot, and you need to make sure to get there early–the tours start right on time and if you miss the time, you’re sore out of luck.” – Erin G.
3. Carson Kitchen (Downtown Las Vegas)
What they’re known for: deviled eggs and an amazing outdoor patio
Yelpers say: “This was probably one of my favorite meals in Vegas. We got the fried chicken skin, the watermelon and feta salad, and the chip butty. The chicken skin was really good, especially with the honey. It had a little bit of a kick, and had really great texture. They gave us so much that we couldn’t finish before our food came.” – Cel S.
4. Fremont Street Experience (Downtown Las Vegas)
What they’re known for: their massive digital canopy and free concert series
Yelpers say: “I really enjoy walking around Fremont Street and especially attending the free concert series. Also, the local bands and DJs are amazing. [There are] Plenty of places to gamble, grab a drink or something to eat. [I] Recommend that you at least spend one night on Fremont Street if you are visiting Las Vegas.” – John P.
5. Top of the World (Las Vegas)
What they’re known for: a rotating floor that provides 360° views of Las Vegas while you dine atop The STRAT Hotel, Casino & Skypod
Yelpers say: “Wow! It really feels like you’re at the top of the world! Beautiful views, great upscale menu, and superb service make this restaurant a 5 star for me. I make this a stop on my list anytime in Las Vegas! Don’t hesitate to add this restaurant as a special occasion spot or just because you want to do something nice!” – Michlle H.
6. Echo & Rig (Summerlin)
What they’re known for: steaks, whether you order them while dining in the restaurant or take them home from the butcher
Yelpers say: “You want a good steak? They know how to do it right. You want great service? They don’t lack in any aspects. You want fancy but also affordable? This restaurant delivers. For fresh meats you want to bring home and cook yourself, there’s butchers inside ready to pack it up and take it to go. They have all sorts of meats, poultry, sausage, and even beef bone broth I’m dying to try.” – Kevin P.
7. CRAFTkitchen (Henderson)
What they’re known for: delicious house-made pastries and fresh takes on classic comfort foods
Yelpers say: “Portions were fair and we were all full after we left. [We] Ordered the chicken and waffles, but upgraded the waffles to churro waffles! Also, [we] got an order of the crème brûlée French toast, the C.K. breakfast burrito, and a couple sides of garlic parmesan fries and sweet potato fries. Everything was satisfying and had lots of eye appeal!” – franceska l.
8. Egg & I (Las Vegas)
What they’re known for: scrumptious breakfast and brunch
Yelpers say: “This place is probably one of the best breakfast places I’ve been to in a long time, and definitely one of the best in Vegas…we got the loco moco with spam, I got the chile relleno omelette with a side of portuguese sausage. It was delicious. Everything was really tasty, especially the banana bread. So good that I ended up buying one to take home.” – Meena N.
9. AREA15 (Las Vegas)
What they’re known for: for their immersive experiences inside
Yelpers say: “This place is so cool! There is so much to do and see here. I recommend this place to anyone going to Vegas. Even though this place is not on the Strip, it is worth making the trip to. You walk in and you are instantly wow’d by the atmosphere.” – Lauren C.
10. Ethel M Chocolates (Henderson)
What they’re known for: delicious chocolates made inside their factory and their beautiful cactus garden
Yelpers say: “Ethel M Chocolate factory is absolutely heavenly! I love going here to buy client gifts because then I also get a little something for myself! I love how they have Las Vegas specific branded items which are perfect for our client gifts… Their Cactus Garden is so beautiful as well, especially at the holidays with all the lights. A trip to the Ethel M Chocolate Factory just makes me smile every time! It’s worth the trip!” – Tracey W.
11. Honey Salt (Summerlin)
12. Eat. (Downtown Las Vegas)
13. Weera Thai Restaurant – Sahara (Las Vegas)
14. The Mob Museum (Downtown Las Vegas)
15. Nacho Daddy Downtown (Downtown Las Vegas)
16. Esther’s Kitchen (Downtown Las Vegas)
17. Therapy (Downtown Las Vegas)
18. PublicUs (Downtown Las Vegas)
19. VegeNation (Downtown Las Vegas)
20. Donut Bar (Downtown Las Vegas)
21. Pizza Rock (Downtown Las Vegas)
22. Yummy Grill & Sushi (Las Vegas)
23. Herbs & Rye (Las Vegas)
24. Downtown Container Park (Downtown Las Vegas)
25. Makers & Finders Coffee (Downtown Las Vegas)
26. Kitchen Table (Henderson)
27. Bottiglia Cucina & Enoteca (Henderson)
28. Park on Fremont (Downtown Las Vegas)
29. Umami (Las Vegas)
30. Americana (Summerlin)
31. The Stove (Henderson)
32. Market Street Cafe (Downtown Las Vegas)
33. Pinkbox Doughnuts (Las Vegas)
34. Island Sushi & Grill (Las Vegas)
35. Tacos El Gordo (Downtown Las Vegas)
36. Golden Steer Steakhouse Las Vegas (Las Vegas)
37. Viva Las Arepas (Downtown Las Vegas)
38. Top Sushi & Oyster (Henderson)
39. The Bagel Cafe (Las Vegas)
40. Le Thai (Downtown Las Vegas)
41. Springs Preserve (Las Vegas)
42. Buldogis Gourmet Hot Dogs (Las Vegas)
43. Jamms Restaurant (Las Vegas)
44. Nittaya’s Secret Kitchen (Summerlin)
45. Bad Owl Coffee (Henderson)
46. Sushi Hiro (Las Vegas)
47. Omelet House (Downtown Las Vegas)
48. MTO Café (Downtown Las Vegas)
49. Kaizen Fusion Roll & Sushi (Henderson)
50. Sushi Hiroyoshi Japanese Cuisine (Las Vegas)
Methodology: This is an all-time list of the Most Photographed Businesses in the Las Vegas area according to Yelp. To come up with this list, we identified businesses on Yelp, then ranked them based on how frequently users submit photos. This list looked at businesses in and around the Las Vegas area. All businesses were marked open on Yelp as of June 28, 2022. When available, all businesses on this list have a passing health score as of June 28, 2022.