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You come to Las Vegas, NV, for many reasons, including fabulous shows, attractions, and numerous casinos. You don’t want mediocre food when you’re hungry, right?
So, where do you go in Vegas if you’re in the mood for some Mediterranean food?
The best Mediterranean restaurants in Las Vegas include Hedary’s Mediterranean Restaurant, Khoury’s Mediterranean, Maza Turkish, and the Great Greek Mediterranean Grill.
When in Vegas, do as the locals do and visit some of these great food places. Just don’t forget to bring your appetite!
Note: If you’re hosting an event or don’t feel like going out, many of these restaurants cater and deliver, as well.
1. Hedary’s Mediterranean Restaurant
Located just over 6 miles (9.7 km) from the Strip, Hedary’s Mediterranean restaurant is worth the short drive.
They have several authentic dishes to enjoy, including Beef Shish Kabob and Humas Ma-lahmi.
They also serve their Ayran Lebanese drink, a salty yogurt beverage mixed with mint.
But if you’re on a budget, several dishes are half-price if you get there in time for Happy Hour, which is Monday-Friday, 3-6 PM. Their normal hours are:
- Monday-Thursday: 11 AM – 9 PM
- Friday and Saturday: 11 AM – 10 PM
- Sunday: Noon – 8 PM
7365 West Sahara Ave Ste K
2. Khoury’s Mediterranean Restaurant in Las Vegas
Khoury’s offers authentic Lebanese cuisine at prices that won’t break the bank.
They won the “Best Of Las Vegas” 7 years in a row from 2014 to 2020, as well as in 2012 and 2007.
The menu is made with the freshest ingredients and the most aromatic spices.
The delicious dishes include:
- Chicken Kabob
- Hummus platters
- Baba Ghanoush
- Stuffed grape leaves
- Feta Fries
They’re open Sunday-Thursday from 11 AM to 9 PM and weekends from 11 AM to 10 PM.
9340 W Sahara Ave, Suite 106
Las Vegas, Nevada
702-671-0005 (Main line)
702-327-2311 (Reservations line)
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3. Maza Turkish and Mediterranean Halal Cuisine
You can find almost anything in Vegas when it comes to worldwide cuisine.
If you want Turkish cooking close to the Strip, the Maza Turkish and Mediterranean Halal Cuisine restaurant will satisfy your cravings.
Entering the restaurant transports you back to traditional times with its authentic ambiance, but be aware that the prices are higher than the other dining options on this list.
They run about $10-$12 more a plate than similar restaurants. But given their quality, you might find it worth the price.
They’re open from 2 PM to 10 PM daily. Reservations aren’t required but are recommended, so be sure to call before heading over.
2550 S Rainbow Blvd #W1
For more food recommendations, check out my list of the best restaurants serving Middle Eastern food in Vegas. [11 Best Middle Eastern Food Places in Las Vegas] (coming soon)
4. The Great Greek Mediterranean Grill
The Great Greek Mediterranean Grill has you covered if you’re craving authentic Greek food.
And even if you aren’t hungry right now, just a quick look at the photos on the menu will surely fire up your appetite.
Even the kids have their own menu, with smaller portions of the adult fare.
They have locations in the Las Vegas metro area and throughout the United States.
So if you try their food for the first time in Vegas and live near one of their other locations, you can continue enjoying their Greek grill when you go home.
Visit their website for their hours of operation and locations, as they are too numerous to list here.
5. Stephano’s Greek and Mediterranean Grill
The Las Vegas and Henderson communities are blessed with authentic Mediterranean food with Greek, Lebanese, and Armenian influences at Stephano’s Greek and Mediterranean Grill.
The restaurant has a decidedly fast-food atmosphere, but all of their food is cooked from scratch and made to order.
And they don’t use sugar or processed meat, so you know you’re getting the best food at the best prices.
With four Las Vegas Valley locations, you have a good chance of being close to one of them.
They also deliver, so if you feel like kicking back at the pool and ordering in, feel free to do so.
But they don’t mention their hours on the website, so you’ll need to contact them for more information.
6115 S Fort Apache
10612 S Eastern Ave
Blue Diamond location:
5095 Blue Diamond Rd
Digital Kitchen (for pickup and delivery only):
2711 E Sahara Ave
6. Parsley Modern Mediterranean
Above image: Beef and Chicken Shishkabob bowls to go!
Parsley Modern Mediterranean restaurant serves authentic Israeli dishes for dine-in or to-go.
Their food has been rated as some of the best in Las Vegas several years in a row, and with good reason.
The fresh ingredients and exotic and delicate spices create dishes you’ll crave even when you’re not in Vegas.
With food like this, you might think that it’s very expensive.
However, their prices are right on par with most smaller city restaurants.
If you’re on a budget, you definitely need to visit this place while you’re in Vegas.
They have three locations to choose from.
The Paradise location is open daily from 11 AM to 9 PM, while their other two locations in Spring Valley and Summerlin are open daily from 11 AM to 10 PM.
Paradise location and phone:
6420 S Pecos Rd.
Spring Valley location and phone:
4985 W Tropicana Ave
Summerlin location and phone:
9460 West Flamingo Road
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7. Greens and Grill
Fusion has always been in fashion, especially with compatible cuisines.
With two convenient locations, Greens and Grill offers a mix of American and Mediterranean-inspired dishes emphasizing Greek cuisine.
They serve burgers like most American restaurants, but they also serve Mediterranean dishes such as the following:
- Kabob plates and wraps
Their prices are average for a larger city but not as expensive as many restaurants on the Strip. They’re open daily from 10 AM to 8 PM except Sundays in both locations.
Rancho location and phone:
840 S Rancho Dr, #6
Rainbow location and phone:
1035 S Rainbow Blvd
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8. Hummus Bowls and Wraps
“Build your own” meals are becoming more popular, and what better cuisine to do this with than Mediterranean and Greek food?
Hummus Bowls and Wraps built their entire restaurant on this premise, making it much easier for you to order online for delivery or pickup.
Think of it as a “Subway” for Mediterranean bowls.
They also have vegan options if you need them.
They have three locations in the Las Vegas Valley, and they are all open 7 days a week from 10 AM to 8 PM.
If you are in one of the following locations, check them out!
Henderson location and phone:
10895 S Eastern Ave #100
Spring Valley location and phone:
7645 S Rainbow Blvd #100
Las Vegas location and phone:
1000 S Rampart Blvd
9. Sultan’s Grill
Most restaurants aren’t above using a microwave in their kitchens, but the Sultan’s Grill refuses to use one.
You can’t go wrong with this restaurant when looking for various Mediterranean dining in Las Vegas, such as Greek and Middle Eastern.
For Las Vegas, their prices are relatively low, so if you’re on a budget while visiting, this place will fit your criteria.
They serve authentic, fresh food without MSG, so you know it’s good for you.
They’re located in Summerlin and Downtown Vegas.
Each has the following hours:
- Summerlin: Open 7 days a week, 10 AM to 10 PM
- Downtown: Monday-Friday, 11 AM to 2 PM (Closed on weekends)
Summerlin location and phone:
1910 Village Center Cir #7
Downtown location and phone:
321 South Casino Center Blvd
10. PAYMON’S Fresh Kitchen and Lounge
If you love authentic Greek food, PAYMON’S is the place to go.
They also serve Italian, Middle East, and Persian cuisines, with vegan or vegetarian options available.
Open since 1988, their mission is to provide fresh and healthy versions of popular Mediterranean dishes for their customers.
They have two LV locations, with one of them located about 10 miles (16 km) south of the Strip.
So, if you’ve returned from a show or a few hours in the casinos, you might want to order delivery from their Express menu for delivery.
You can put your feet up in your room and wait for great food to come to you.
Their hours are:
- Sahara location: Friday and Saturday, 11 AM to 1 AM; Sunday-Thursday, 11 AM to Midnight
- Eastern location: Friday and Saturday, 11 AM to 10 PM; Sunday-Thursday, 11 AM to 9 PM
Happy hour at both locations is weekdays from 4-6 PM.
Sahara location and phone:
8380 W Sahara Ave
Eastern location and phone:
8955 S Eastern Ave
11. Dream Kabob Persian Restaurant
Above image: An order of chicken wings at Dream Kabob.
While most Mediterranean eateries focus on Greek or other Middle Eastern cuisines, Dream Kabob focuses mostly on authentic Persian cuisine.
They serve Tabbouleh salad, lamb and chicken kabobs, and other delicacies.
However, they are more expensive than the other restaurants in this post.
If you spontaneously decide to go there and there are only a few people with you, it’s okay to walk in without a reservation.
But they ask that, if you bring several people with you for a planned event, make a reservation to ensure they can give you extra special attention.
They also offer catering and dishes to go.
They’re open 7 days a week from 11 AM to 9 PM.
230 South Rainbow Blvd
12. Market Grille Cafe
If entertainment while eating authentic Greek and Italian cuisine sounds like a great time, you may want to check out the Market Grille Cafe.
They have two locations, so if one is fully booked, you can check out the other for lunch or dinner.
Their prices are typical for Las Vegas but cheaper than if you were dining on the Strip.
Here’s a sampling of the food you’ll have the privilege of sampling while there:
- Mediterranean Medley, which is a sample of several Greek appetizers.
- Stuffed grape leaves, or Dolmas.
- Fresh Greek or Italian salads
- Eggplant Parmesan
- Chicken Marsala
- Gyro bowls
- Mediterranean wraps
- Tiramisu cheesecake
Their normal hours are:
- Centennial Hills: Tuesday through Sunday, 11 AM – 9 PM
- Summerlin: Monday through Saturday, 11 AM – 9 PM
- Happy hour at both locations: Monday through Thursday, 4 PM – 7 PM
Centennial Hills location and phone:
7070 N Durango Drive (At Elkhorn)
Summerlin location and phone:
7175 W Lake Mead Blvd (At US 95)
13. Elia Greek Taverna (Some of the Best Mediterranean!)
Many of the great Mediterranean restaurants aren’t on the Strip, but that shouldn’t stop you from seeking them out, especially the Elia Greek Taverna.
Located about 6 miles (9.7 km) from the Strip, authentic Greek food is never out of reach.
Their menu consists of moderately priced, fresh, authentic dishes.
Because the restaurant is so popular, they recommend making a reservation online, as they can’t guarantee that you’ll find a table as a walk-in.
Still, it might be worth the extra effort, as they’ve received many 4 and 5-star reviews.
Their limited hours are as follows:
- Tuesday-Sunday: Noon to 3 PM
- Tuesday-Sunday: 4 PM to 10 PM
- Mondays: Closed
8615 West Sahara Avenue
14. Balkan Bar and Grill
Image: The Balkan Bar and Grill is great for celebrating a special occasion.
Experiencing cuisine from all over the world is a wonderful perk of traveling to Las Vegas, as there are as many different cuisines as you can think of, and then some.
The Balkan Bar and Grill is relatively new to the area, as it just opened for business in 2020.
The fact that they are still in business is a testament to the restaurant’s popularity, given that they opened during the height of the pandemic.
Their menu offers authentic Balkan cuisine at a very reasonable price.
But don’t try and visit for lunch, as they are only open for dinner, Wednesday through Sunday. Here are their hours:
- Sunday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 5 PM to Midnight
- Friday and Saturday: 5 PM to 1 AM
953 E. Sahara Suite B-26
15. Istanbul Mediterranean
Image: Mediterranean fare on the Las Vegas Strip!
If you’re staying on the Strip at one of the popular hotels, such as the Bellagio, the Istanbul Mediterranean restaurant is within walking distance.
More like a fast food joint rather than a fine dining experience, Istanbul offers authentic Turkish cuisine at decent prices.
Compared with other restaurants near the Strip, this place is downright cheap.
They’re open daily from 11 AM to 4 AM, so if you’re out on the town and desire a delicious kebab or Gyro and it’s 2 in the morning, drop in and get a tasty and filling meal.
3615 S Las Vegas Blvd 101
Mediterranean Food FAQ
What is Mediterranean food?
Mediterranean cuisine includes dishes from various countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea, such as Greece, Lebanon, and Morocco. It is known for its use of olive oil, herbs, and spices.
What kind of food can I expect to find at a Mediterranean diner in Las Vegas?
You can expect to find a variety of dishes, including lamb, steak, falafel, shawarma, hummus, shish kabobs, baba ganoush, and Greek salad. Many Mediterranean restaurants also offer vegetarian and gluten-free options.
Are there any restaurants in Las Vegas that offer Mediterranean and Greek food delivery?
Many Mediterranean and Greek restaurants in Las Vegas offer delivery through third-party services such as Grubhub and Uber Eats.
Are there any fast-casual Mediterranean restaurants in Vegas?
Istanbul Mediterranean, along with Stephano’s Greek and Mediterranean Grill, both offer delicious Mediterranean fast food options in Vegas.