Best Restaurants – Washington, D.C.

Double Helix Wine & Whiskey

Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge opened at Town Square in 2011 and has served as an unrivaled destination for great food, unique drinks and a dynamic social scene for more than ten years. The 2,800 square-foot-space features a full bar serving 50 wines by the glass, 250 whiskey labels, custom cocktails, wine and whiskey flights, as well as an assortment of small plates created by Executive Chef Doug Vega. Double Helix offers happy hour from 4:30pm to 6:30p.m. Mon-Sat and an award-winning brunch, featuring bottomless mimosas, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays. The venue is also available for private events ranging from bachelorette champagne parties to corporate mixers, featuring educational wine and whiskey tastings. Lucky Metalios and Jonathan Stern of the Double Helix Wine & Restaurant Group launched the valley’s first Double Helix in December 2007 before opening its newest location at Town Square.”



“Chef Giovanni “Gio” Mauro is the owner of Old School Pizzeria in North Las Vegas, an original pizza concept dedicated to Mauro’s “respect for ingredients” philosophy.  No commercial yeast, all natural starters, a commitment to fresh and seasonal menu items, and a focus on strong community ties.  With his new restaurant concept, Pizzeria Monzú, he hopes to expand upon that philosophy and present a unique and authentic pizza experience to Las Vegas, sharing recipes cultivated from his proud Sicilian heritage.  More than just a meal, Chef Giovanni is most passionate about creating a personal connection through the cooking and sharing of food, and is looking forward to gathering at the table with the Las Vegas community.”


Raiders Tavern & Grill

“Featuring 3,400 square feet of dining space and two bars, as well as Raiders memorabilia and merchandise – the Raiders Tavern & Grill is designed to celebrate the rich history of the Raiders and the pure enjoyment of watching sports. Everything you need for game day is right here. Watch live sports action on more than 45 HDTVs. Get immersed in the Silver & Black experience surrounded by Raiders decor and memorabilia. Enjoy amazing food and drinks and great service.


It’s the ultimate environment for Raider fans and sports lovers alike. Join us at the one-of-a-kind Raiders Tavern & Grill.”

Sugar Factory

“With locations in some of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities, including Las Vegas, New York City, Bahrain, Chicago, Miami and Orlando, Sugar Factory is known the world over for its celebrity-endorsed Couture Pops, which have turned sweets into the latest designer accessory.”


Chinglish Cantonese Wine Bar

“Chef Lam (Dad), his wife Anna (Mom), daughter Kitty Heck and husband Ken Heck, are the proprietors and creators of Chinglish and its sister restaurant Kosher Chinglish. For more than 45 years, from Hong Kong to Beijing to San Francisco, Chef Lam has wowed diners with incredible tasting food. His world renown talent and flavors garnered from across nations have now arrived in Las Vegas. These restaurants are the culmination of years of hard work, dedication, and sacrifices of Mom & Dad working day and night to finally bring  these dream restaurants to life.”


Echo + Rig

“At Echo & Rig, Marvin introduces a pioneering new concept which will transform the long-held theories behind the steakhouse formula while simultaneously reintroducing the neighborhood butcher shop. The Echo & Rig Butcher Shop is a stunning homage to meat featuring one of the most acclaimed butchers in the country, a large open glass meat locker, vertical displays and an exhibition/demonstration area.”


El Dorado Cantina

“El Dorado Cantina was founded in 2014 by Darin Feinstein with a mission to combine organic and non-GMO ingredients with authentic Mexican cuisine inspired by regional recipes across Mexico. At El Dorado Cantina, every item on the menu is made fresh daily from the finest available products. You won’t find canned products or microwaves inside an El Dorado Cantina kitchen – short-cuts like those remove nutrients from the dish before it even reaches the table. We care where your food comes from and we happily share all of our vendors, farms, and kitchen practices with our customers”



“Since 1985, Gino, Rosalba, and son Mimmo have offered Las Vegas a truly unique Italian dining experience. Ferraro’s cuisine is influenced by the family’s Southern Italian heritage. Gino’s family recipes are offered along with a modern take on tradition. Only the very best ingredients are used in the homemade pasta, sausages, bread, and desserts. The seafood is Safe Harbor Certified, and only all-natural, fresh, seasonal produce is hand-selected and incorporated throughout the year.”


Ohjah Japanese Steakhouse

“From fresh sushi to hibachi grills and teppanyaki tables, we have something for everyone.  Our head chef, Zhigang Wang, is committed to providing the very best Japanese dining experience at a reasonable price.  With that in mind, our sushi chefs are required to have at least six years of experience and training and use only the freshest hand-picked ingredients.”



“Roma Restaurant & Deli is a cornerstone in the Las Vegas community and has been recognized for its outstanding Italian cuisine, excellent service and friendly staff.


Our Italian restaurant is known for its modern interpretation of classic dishes and its insistence on only using high quality fresh ingredients.”


Sunrise Coffee

“Sunrise Coffee is your neighborhood coffee shop with a flair for the eclectic.  As the longest running independent coffee shop in Las Vegas, we believe in creating an atmosphere that focuses on making friends, drinking good coffee from organic fair trade  single origin farms, and eating vegetarian and vegan foods made from scratch. If you are looking for a place to call your own, look no further – come hang out.”


Todd English’s Olives

“After a legendary 20-year run at another Las Vegas property, Virgin Hotels Las Vegas welcomes back Todd English’s Olives. With sister restaurants at the Ritz-Carlton in Abu Dhabi and Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas. The Las Vegas interpretation is a retro 2.0 throwback to the original Olives in Boston, circa 1989. Wood fired, fun, theatrical, buzzing, exciting and full of big, bold flavors. It’s moody, Mediterranean warmth soothes the soul, and will leave you wanting more of everything.”