While its 10-table New York counterpart is notorious for a jam-packed reservation list, this 200-seat outpost at Caesars Palace offers greater availability. Hearty portions of family-style, rustic, southern Italian cuisine are featured on the menu, including traditional dishes of baked clams, shrimp fra diavolo, and meatballs as well as the signature dish, lemon chicken. The red walls are crammed with framed celebrity photos—many of them digital replicas of originals
back East. On warm nights, diners can end their meal with friendly games of bocce on the in-house (and first-come, first-served) court that overlooks the redone Garden of the Gods pool oasis.