At one point, Las Vegas was the buffet capital of the world. Since the pandemic, however, the “all you can eat” fare seems to have gone by the wayside. In its stead: food halls. Park MGM has one. The Cosmopolitan has one. Durango is going to have one later this year. Now, add Aria to the list. Proper Eats Food Hall is open for business.

Food halls are like food courts, but a lot more fancy. Gone are the big name brands that you tolerate but don’t love. Instead, bougie one-offs or very exclusive two-in-the-world brands that are sure to please. This one will be no different.

What can you find at Proper Eats Food Hall in Las Vegas?

  • Egghead is the brainchild of TAO Hospitality and serves up delicious breakfast offerings on a delicious piece of brioche. It’s only open until 2pm daily though, so get your eggs before they hatch.
  • Easy’s Donuts is another stop that offers up delicious baked goods, coffee and sandwiches… plus it seems like the venue may have a secret double-life, with Easy’s Cocktails that are soon to arrive, turning “Easy’s Donuts” into “Speak”easy’s… cute.
  • Every food hall needs star power, and Steve Aoki brings his with “Pizzaoki“. Sink your teeth into Pizzaoki’s “EDM” (or “every day menu”) including pizzas like the “Mic Drop” featuring mozzarella and parmesan cheeses, and pepperoni. The prices range from $5-7 a slice, or $30-38 a pie…which, considering it’s on the strip, isn’t the worst we’ve seen.
  • Greatest name of all? Shalom Y’all! They come to town from Portland, Oregon with delicious Mediterranean dishes.
  • Wexler’s Deli brings the old school Jewish deli experience to Aria. The O.G. packs the pastrami high to the sky. The salmon? Smoked to perfection.
  • Who doesn’t love burgers? Lola’s Burgers features the recipes of Lola’s grandfather Michael who slung delicious, meaty burgers throughout the 70s and 80s. Now the taste of the Big Apple is in your hands.
  • Who has a jolly laugh and a big ol’ belly. Santa, sure, but also Laughing Buddha. Bringing delicious ramen dishes to Proper Eats, letting the miso broth flow…
  • Seoul Bird features delicious chicken that’s marinated for 24 hours, featured in their Korean Street Food sandwiches and tenders of course.
  • Temaki Bar features sushi, both cut and handrolls (Temaki means handroll) that are made with sustainable seafood with sake available to wash it down.

More food, more happy! Glad to see another delicious Las Vegas food hall!

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