Circus Circus Dining

Whatever you’re in the mood to eat, you’ll find it at one of the eight restaurants at Circus Circus. THE Steakhouse at Circus Circus was voted “Top Steak House in Las Vegas” by Zagat in 2011. The award-winning restaurant serves diners prime rib, lobster, and crab legs. The Garden Grill serves up American favorites, and Rock & Rita’s keeps guests full with homestyle cuisine and barbeque. For fast, fresh food, visit Blue Iguana Mexican Express or Westside Deli, and for a bit of everything, visit the Circus Buffet.

At Circus Circus, carnival games, rides and circus acts keep the whole family entertained, but there’s plenty of adult-only fun as well. Circus Circus is the largest permanent circus tent on the earth, and is home to the only RV park on the Strip. Inside the resort is the Adventuredome, a 5-acre indoor amusement park featuring a large variety of family rides and premium rides, in addition to miniature golf, a rock climbing wall, virtual reality attractions and much more. Daily performances from world class circus entertainers keep alive the tradition that Circus Circus began nearly 50 years ago, when the resort broke new ground by bringing family-friendly entertainment to the Strip.


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