Authentic Japanese cuisine is on the menu at Hamada of Japan. The beautifully presented dishes include a variety of sushi, as well as a traditional selection of meat and seafood cooked to order. For a 100% American dining experience, Center Cut Steakhouse serves premium cuts of steak from beef sourced from Aspen Ridge Farms in Colorado. All of the beef served at Center Cut is 100-percent steroid and hormone free, and comes from cows born and raised in the United States. There are many casual dining options at the Flamingo, from the Paradise Garden Buffet, to great Southwestern food at Carlos N’ Charlie’s, to the Beach Club Bar and Grill.
No Vegas destination is more historic than the Flamingo Las Vegas. Founded by Billy Wilkerson and built by Bugsy Siegel, the Flamingo is the resort that set the stage for everything the Strip is today. Wilkerson’s vision for a Vegas resort went far beyond anything else that Vegas offered at the time. Together, Wilkerson and Siegel set out to create the most lavish hotel in existence, paired with upscale dining, star-studded entertainment, health clubs, spas and golfing. Every destination on the Strip strives to bring guests the “complete experience”, but the Flamingo did it first.
Today, the Flamingo is completely rebuilt and modernized. In 1993, the last of the original structure was replaced with the Flamingo Las Vegas Wildlife Habitat, a unique and free attraction featuring Chilean flamingos, as well as swans, ducks, koi and turtles. The Wildlife Habitat is a keynote contribution to the tropical themed paradise at the Flamingo Las Vegas.
Guests at the Flamingo are invited to a non-stop, high-energy pool party at the Flamingo GO pool. The GO pool is a 15-acre tropical retreat featuring pools interconnected by lagoons, a cascading waterfall, VIP Cabanas with complimentary bottle service.