A trip to Wynn Las Vegas is always an unforgettable experience, no matter the occasion. Some visit to celebrate a special birthday, while others gather for downtime, party time, and tee time.

For the leisure and business traveler alike — no matter the reason for checking in — dining and entertainment are an essential part of the stay. The resort's fine dining and casual restaurant collection bring together dozens of options to suit the palate.

For those who enjoy a "spirited" or zero-proof adventure, there's never a bar or lounge out of toasting range.

Entertainment preferences — comedy, classic or progressive — much like food, really say a lot about a person. So, when planning a night out, follow this guide as your North Star, pairing a can't-miss show with a show-stopping meal.

For Those Who Love to Laugh

Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas has become the place to see comedy on The Strip. With around 1,500 seats, you can count on big-name trending personalities to take the stage. The spring comedy lineup is packed, making it an even more exciting time to laugh the night away.

Encore Theater


For the Movie Aficionado

If you covet the cinema, Encore Theater will have two must-see shows.

Legendary music-maker David Foster and wife Katharine McPhee land on the Wynn stage April 20 and 22–23. He is the person behind the biggest hits from "The Bodyguard," still the top-selling soundtrack of all time 30 years later.


Overlook Lounge

What goes best with a night at the movies?

Snacks and drinks, of course. Pre-show, check out a lavish cocktail bar, Overlook Lounge, inspired by the most iconic figures in fashion, film, history, and mythology.

The cocktails pay a nod to the greats such as Bond and Brando. Overlook's own Negroni, The Bond, is made with Botanist Gin, pink grapefruit liqueur, and Spanish rosado vermouth. When you're dressed for the theater, there's no better place to be than center-stage at Overlook, at the nucleus of Wynn Las Vegas.

The opulent and newly-opened Overlook Lounge sits above the Lake of Dreams at the heart of Wynn. It's an ideal spot to enjoy signature cocktails and aperitifs.


After the show, venture over to Delilah, which puts you right in the middle of a Golden Age Hollywood movie set. Paying homage to the great showgirls of the '50s, the supper club is decked out in hundreds of unique archival photographs from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Cocktails such as the Stepford Wife and the Hollywood Land tip their top hat to the Delilah brand's Los Angeles roots. Craving sustenance with the sips, dig into the late-night menu with fun fare, including Chicken Tenders and Pigs in a Blanket.

For the Music Lover

One progressive artist deserves another, and this summer, experience both in one night. On July 23, David Gray's intimate and broad "White Ladder" album will be performed at the Encore Theater. With hit singles "Babylon," "Please Forgive Me," and "Sail Away," "White Ladder" sold 7 million copies worldwide and remains in the top-30 best-selling British albums of all time and is the best-selling album ever in Ireland.

Gray inspired an entire generation of singer-songwriters, paving the way for artists such as Damien Rice, KT Tunstall, James Blunt, and ultimately Ed Sheeran and Lewis Capaldi. Now celebrating the 20th anniversary of "White Ladder," audiences will relive a superlative collection of emotional songs capturing a very special moment in time.


Raw, artistic, and precise are also words that can be used to describe Chef Min Kim's cuisine at Mizumi, Wynn's fine-dining Japanese restaurant. Paired with the progressive sound of Gray, Kim's artful cuisine is the perfect first act, intricately constructed like a great master's work.

Kim approaches each plate as a canvas uses knives and tweezers as his artist's tools. Each dish, built with precision, features artful expressions of pristine sushi, sashimi, and modern Japanese specialties in concert with edible accouterment that layers color, texture, and flavor. Kim obsessively sources the best products from all over the globe to make sure every bite touches all the senses in perfection. ‌‌

At this Forbes Travel Guide Award-winning restaurant, Kim believes in the importance of seasonality demonstrated across various Japanese cuisines, applying the authentic and contemporary technique to kaiseki, teppan, robatayaki, tempura, and sushi.

Executive Chef Min Kim Kim believes in the importance of seasonality demonstrated across various Japanese cuisines, applying the authentic and contemporary technique to kaiseki, teppan, robatayaki, tempura, and sushi.

Standouts include wild snapper sashimi usuzukuri brightened and balanced by a citrus kick and bluefin tuna tataki in ponzu emulsification topped with a carbonized leek powder to start. For those looking for beef, choose from a selection of Kagoshima, Hokkaido Snow, and Kobe beef that start at A5 and go up to A12 quality.

Spa and Golf

After the dinner and show experience, there is so much more to do at this Five-Star resort. The spas of Wynn and Encore are the perfect prep or wind down from a big entertainment weekend.

The spring months are ideal for golfing on the 18-hole championship course or lounging by the pool. If the mood strikes, check out Wynn Field Club at Allegiant Stadium for a game or touring concert production.

Or perhaps, enjoying a fluffy stack of pancakes from your pillowy Wynn Dream bed might be the best way of all to call it a wrap.