Morels is one of the few restaurants in Vegas that manages to fuse both brasserie sophistication and quirky vibes. It features periwinkle walls, which are adorned with giant-sized nudes, and black chandeliers add a touch of Starck to the mix. The edgy décor attracts an equally eclectic crowd, though it skews toward couples, especially on date nights. The menu, at least, stays true to brasserie form, with staples such as biftecks, moules-frites (served with truffled mayo), and tuna niçoise. For dessert, ask about the cheese board (there are nearly 60 different varieties, including the divine herb-and-spice-rubbed Tomme de Recollets from Bordeaux, France), and be sure to sample one of the 55 wines by the glass, including rare vintages such as the 2001 Gaja Barbaresco.