Hotel Restaurants

You will not go hungry while staying at the Red Rock Resort. The Resort offers a variety of dining options (listed below) in addition to in-room dining.

Food Court

There are a variety of quick eats available in the Food Court at Red Rock Resort:

Auntie Anne’s
Panda Express
Villa Pizza
Ben & Jerry
Tropical Smoothie
The Wiener’s Circle

Grand Cafe

The Grand Café is open 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Whether you’re looking for breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a late night snack—the Grand Café has you covered. There are over 100 different items always available and they have everything from omelets to cheeseburgers.

Feast Buffet

The Feast Buffet has something for every taste. They have live cooking stations where you can watch omelets during the breakfast buffet and entrees during dinner come to life. There’s Italian, American, Chinese, sushi and a wealth of other international specialties. And if you’re a barbecue lover, their hickory smoked pulled pork (on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday) rival any that you'll find in the South. They also have Moroccan Chicken, Curry Chickpeas and Mole’ Pork Chops.


Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar is rustic American Dining at its best. Hearthstone offers guests pure, carefully crafted house-made fare from the highest quality sourced ingredients. At the heart of Hearthstone’s comfortable, eclectic interiors stand two rustic wood-burning ovens where savory, authentic dishes are freshly roasted every day. Chef Massie’s menu reflects a simple and pure approach to refined cuisine that honors and respects food. Enjoy artisanal salads, shared plates, charcuterie selections, and signature entrees made from scratch.

8 Noodle Bar

Authentic, approachable Asian fusion, 8 Noodle Bar features a menu with touches of Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese and Thai cuisines. Dishes are made using fresh ingredients blended with authentic preparations, including thick, rich broths, and a special emphasis on noodle and rice bowls.


Spanish for “little market,” Mercadito is modeled after the markets chef Patricio Sandoval shopped at while growing up in his native Mexico. The cuisine of Mercadito encompasses everything from handmade corn masa tortillas used for tacos to freshly prepared ceviches, guacamoles, and salsas. Chef Patricio Sandoval stays true to the classic delicacies of the Mexican markets while updating them in his own way. In order to reflect and support the Mexican influence of the menu, every facet of the beverage menu incorporates selections from all regions of Mexico. The creative cocktails and margaritas use different chiles and Mexican indigenous ingredients adding unique flavor combinations.

Yard House

The Yard House is an upscale-casual eatery known for great food, classic rock music and 100–250 taps of imported, craft and specialty ales, and lagers.


Lucille's is known for their slow-smoked barbeque, flavorful appetizers, soups, salads, burgers, sides, and desserts, served with a large helping of down-home, and friendly service.

T-Bones Chophouse

A modern interpretation of the classic American chophouse, T-Bones features USDA Prime dry-aged beef, an excellent selection of the freshest seafood, creative sides and comfortingly decadent desserts. T-Bones’ steaks start with the best cuts of meat, seasoned simply and cooked to perfection, delivered to your table perfectly charred and bursting with flavor. After your first bite of T-Bones' tender, oversized, prime steak, you’ll instantly understand why they were voted the Best Steakhouse in Las Vegas in 2011.