The Mirage Dining

The Mirage is home to some of the best restaurants in the world and cuisine from all over the globe. Japonais is a Japanese grill that infuses the balance of the East with the exuberance of the West. STACK serves up American dishes that are contemporary and beautiful. Dining at FIN is a decadent experience of modern Chinese cuisine with international influences. Carnivores will find everything they love at Samba Steakhouse, which serves Brazilian-style barbecue, and Onda Ristorante is a premier location for traditional, rustic Italian meals.

The Mirage is the birthplace of modern Vegas. Legendary developer Steve Wynn opened the hotel in 1989. It was built at a cost of $630 million, at the time making it the most expensive hotel-casino in history. The Mirage set the pace that revitalized Las Vegas’ status as the entertainment capital of the world, and the resort continues to bring innovation to the Strip.

Everything about the Mirage is impressive, beginning outside with the hotel’s iconic volcano, which erupts nightly, spouting frightening and sensational explosions and balls of fire. Inside the hotel entrance is Mirage atrium, a 100-foot dome where rainforest plants flourish amidst waterfalls and lagoons. Behind the hotel’s front desk is a 20,000-gallon saltwater aquarium, carefully designed by top aquarium experts to create an unforgettable undersea environment. Hidden inside the resort is Siegfried and Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat. Guests in the secret garden can see exotic big cats and bottlenose dolphins up close and personal.

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