Dining out in Vegas’ Botero makes you feel like you’re definitely on holiday. This circular space of the restaurant, centered on Botero’s massively rotund fertility goddess, incorporates dark wood and palm fronds, tufted white columns, cushy white leather armchairs, tiled floors inlaid with floral mosaics, and sliding glass doors that open onto a pool deck. As for the food, you can’t go wrong with the dry-aged rib eye with chimichurri sauce, though you’d do well to sample some of the menu’s more offbeat offerings, including the artichoke-and-fennel-stuffed loup de mer or the garlic-roasted bone marrow. Whatever you decide, be sure to save room for Botero’s playful desserts. We love the PB&J doughnuts.