4 Best Restaurants in Southeast Nevada, Nevada

Milo's Cellar

Sure, you can sit inside, but what draws locals and tourists alike is the alfresco dining. A well-considered menu offers gourmet sandwiches, soups and salads, platters for wine pairings, and a wide selection of more than 350 vino varieties, 40-plus brands of beer by the glass, and house favorite "Secret Signature Sangria Roja." There are nightly specials that include wine pairings; otherwise, you can sip your cappuccino and watch the tourists stroll by.

Saltgrass Steakhouse


This kicked-back, Texas-style steak house serves up certified Angus beef, barbecued ribs, chicken, and seafood, rounded out by homemade soups, bread, and a generous selection of sides.

2300 S. Casino Dr., Laughlin, NV, 89029, USA
Known For
  • Solid chain restaurant
  • Rustic decor with taxidermy and farm equipment
  • Complimentary fresh-baked bread while you wait
Restaurant Details
Rate Includes: No lunch weekdays

The Coffee Cup


The Coffee Cup is a bustling breakfast-and-lunch diner that's been featured on the Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. Tourists line up on weekends for the quintessential small-town diner experience, complete with newspaper-strewn counter seating and the owners' family photos and water-sports memorabilia on the walls. It delivers on the food front, too, with giant portions of favorites such as huevos rancheros, biscuits and gravy, and barbecue sandwiches.

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The Range Steakhouse


This is one of Laughlin's most prestigious dining venues, a cozy, tiered room with river views and a solid selection of traditional steak house fare. Some menu items change seasonally to augment standards such as lamb chops, veal, and surf-and-turf selections. An extensive wine list adds to the elegant experience.

2900 S. Casino Dr., Laughlin, NV, 89029, USA
Known For
  • Classic steak house perfect for special occasions
  • Sweeping views of the Colorado River
  • Reservations required most nights
Restaurant Details
Rate Includes: No lunch, No lunch