1. Mon Ami Gabi
People-watching gets no better than from a streetside seat at Mon Ami Gabi. Sitting at the front of Paris Las Vegas with a prime view of the Fountains at Bellagio, you can while away your afternoon watching the craziness on the Strip. When the weather is nice, you can’t land a table outdoors without waiting. Order the Steak Bordelaise and one of 10 types of frites and keep your camera ready.
Mon Ami Gabi
Paris Las Vegas
3655 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
2. Serendipity 3
Sit out on the patio at Serendipity 3 to watch the tourists glide by in front of Caesars. While you’re there, share a Frrrozen Hot Chocolates or other ice cream treats including tasty adult milkshakes. If you look up from the crowds long enough, you’ll notice whether you won a prize inside your napkin ring.
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
The first restaurant in Wolfgang Puck’s empire came to Las Vegas in 1992 to kick off the celebrity chef fad. And it’s still one of the best places to watch people in Vegas. The indoor patio inside the Forum Shops at Caesars gives you ample views of shoppers milling about as they shoot photos of the Fountain of the Gods; you never know who you might see there.
Forum Shops at Caesars
3500 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
This primo patio gives you views of the Sirens of TI show at Treasure Island and the shoppers at Fashion Show mall. Try the Kobe beef meatballs, a signature dish nearly every celebrity dining there orders, or the Oreo Zeppole for dessert.
3325 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Head over to Eva Longoria’s steakhouse Beso at Crystals and dine al fresco with a view of Aria and the people watching there. Todd English designed the menu with Longoria, who has her own guacamole and tortilla soup recipes on the menu.
3720 Las Vegas Blvd. S.