MGM Rewards dining offers a veritable feast of options for both your appetite for eating and your appetite for earning points. With over 400 dining experiences to choose from, you’ll never go hungry – or find your benefits balance empty – again. MGM Rewards dining is a VIP experience from start to finish. MGM Rewards members with Gold, Platinum or NOIR status receive priority dining reservations online, giving you a prime pick of all the most popular and in-demand tables in town.
So how do you earn points through MGM Rewards dining? It’s pretty easy, all you really have to do is eat! You see, all MGM Rewards members need to do is visit participating food and beverage outlets at MGM Rewards destinations nationwide, such as MGM Resorts-owned restaurants, bars, lounges & nightclubs and select leased outlets. Simply provide your MGM Rewards card to the employee at the outlet at time of payment to earn MGM Rewards Points.
The more you eat, the more you earn. Hotel stays, free upgrades, dining credits, air travel credits and even a complimentary cruise… the benefits are endless once you become a member of MGM Rewards.
The finest dining can be found at MGM Rewards destinations. The awards are almost endless – the restaurants on the MGM Rewards roster have been awarded Michelin Stars, Five Diamonds by AAA and more. Nothing beats the elevated experience of dining at award-winning restaurants; in fact, we’d argue that it’s the only true way to experience the best of Las Vegas dining. MGM Rewards fine dining includes world-renowned establishments such as Joël Robuchon, Picasso, NoMad Library, Fleur by Hubert Keller, BARDOT Brasserie and more. To find a full list of MGM Rewards fine dining click here.
You shouldn’t be surprised that MGM Rewards dining also includes the best steakhouses in Las Vegas. As any steakhouse connoisseur will tell you, it takes more than beef to make a steakhouse great. It takes a coming together of food, talent, and an exceptional experience to make a steakhouse truly great. MGM’s award-winning restaurants have the finest steak from wagyu beef to one of the very few places outside Japan to serve Kobe steak. It’ll be difficult to choose just one steak restaurant as best! May we suggest Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar, Gallagher’s Steakhouse, Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steak, TENDER Steak & Seafood or STRIPSTEAK? Find the full list of MGM Rewards steakhouse dining here.
Sometimes all you need is some great food in a casual setting. After all, with MGM Rewards robust benefits program, you don’t have to be paying fine-dining prices in order to enjoy all the perks of MGM Rewards dining. MGM Rewards destinations feature many casual dining options from food courts with well-known fast food to unique quick food places available within steps of the casino floor. These places to eat make for a great pit stop between activities or a great way to end the night out. Hungry right now? ARIA Patisserie, Posh Burger, 48th & Crepe, Noodle Shop, Dick’s Last Resort and TAP Sports Bar are ready to get you fed ASAP. Find the full list of MGM Rewards casual dining here.
If you don’t visit a buffet while in Vegas, well, you’re missing out. Las Vegas buffets are the eateries of legends, and thanks to MGM Rewards dining, you’ll be piling up your account with points every time you pile up your plate. Many of MGM Rewards destinations feature their own buffet each with its own special claim to fame. There’s nothing more Vegas than a tour de buffet where you can take in an extravagant world of food. Feast to your heart’s content at The Buffet at Bellagio, The Buffet at Excalibur, The Buffet at Luxor and MGM Grand Buffet. Find the full list of MGM Rewards dining buffets here.
Las Vegas is known for many things – winning big and incredible dining are two of the top. Enjoy MGM Rewards dining to do both, filing up your belly while you fill up on points! Learn more and join MGM Rewards today at mgmrewards.com.
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