Las Vegas Dinner Shows You Don’t Want To Miss

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Dancing waters light show at the Bellagio is a fun thing to do before or after going to one of Las Vegas famous dinner shows
Dancing waters light show at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas. Photo credit: Cindy Richards

Love Las Vegas? You’re not alone! This city is known for its casinos, bright lights and an incredible array of shows for all ages. And Las Vegas dinner shows are some of the best attractions in town.

These unique productions combine fantastic food with top-notch entertainment – making them a must-do during your next trip to Sin City. Pack your appetite and get ready for an unforgettable dining experience! From hilarious comedy shows to captivating acrobatics, we’ll take you through the 2023 Las Vegas dinner shows.

And, before you go, check out our Las Vegas packing list so you’ll have just the right outfit to wear to the show!

The Mayfair Supper Club

An upscale Las Vegas dinner show, Mayfair Supper Club at the Bellagio offers entertainment alongside dinner nightly.

Performances include musical acts; jazz musicians perform on Sundays.

The Mayfair has a classy, vintage Las Vegas lounge vibe and is a popular dinner show destination. This is a hot ticket, and is often booked weeks in advance, so make sure to make reservations ahead of your visit.

SheBuysTravel Tip: The view of the Bellagio Fountain from the restaurant is a bonus.

Tournament of Kings

The tale of King Arthur comes to life at the Tournament of Kings dinner show at the Excalibur Hotel.

Guests are entertained by jousting knights, magical sorcerers and a three-course feast fit for royalty. Cornish game hens are the meal’s highlight, served with period cutlery.

Attendees are seated stadium-style in the grand arena. Guests are assigned a colored banner representing their knight in shining armor to cheer for during the performance. Each of King Arthur’s knights represents a different kingdom in the Tournament of Kings.

Magnificent horses, trumpets, swords, lances and jeers and cheers from the crowd add to the excitement of this fun family dinner show.

Fun Fact: The Tournament of Kings dinner show has served more than 7 million Cornish game hens at the Excalibur Arena since 1990.

Wynn’s Lake of Dreams

Las Vegas is known for its over-the-top entertainment, but Wynn’s Lake of Dreams takes it to a new level. Located at the Wynn Las Vegas resort, the Lake of Dreams is a mesmerizing spectacle that combines water, light and music to create a breathtaking and unforgettable experience. And if that wasn’t enough, the Lake of Dreams is also home to one of the most delicious and entertaining dining experiences you’ll ever enjoy.

The scent of fragrant flowers, the sound of soothing music, the stunning view of the 40-foot waterfall and the 3-acre sparkling lake provide a sensory feast.

The three-course dinner menu at Wynn’s Lake of Dreams is just as impressive as the ambiance.

The Lake of Dreams show is one-of-a-kind, combining elements of theater, music and technology. The show runs every 30 minutes between 7 pm and midnight and features various acts, from acrobatics to cabaret-style performances.

SheBuysTravel Tip: All of the acts are performed against a mesmerizing backdrop of water, lights and special effects, making for a truly unforgettable experience. (Think Date Night)

Marriage Can Be Murder

Do you enjoy comedy and murder mysteries? Marriage Can Be Murder is a special comedy dinner show that tickles the audience’s ribs as they dine. It is the longest-running dinner show in Las Vegas. No longer located on the Strip, it is now at The Orleans.

The immersive experience is one reason to bring the kids to Las Vegas. It’s family-friendly for those 8 years and older and lasts about two hours. As the characters mingle among the audience and start to reveal their secrets and motives, a murder takes place, and it’s up to the audience to piece the clues together and figure out whodunit.

SheBuysTravel Tip: You can renew your marriage vows after the Marriage Can Be Murder show!

Superfrico + OPIUM

Superfico meshes exquisite dining and the fun sci-fi OPIUM Show. The ticket combines the 75-minute OPIUM show with meals at Superfico to provide a scintillating dinner show experience. The Opium Theatre is in the Chelsea Tower of the Cosmopolitan, just steps from the Superfico.

SheBuysTravel Tip: OPIUM show attendees must be 18 or older.

Tony N’ Tina’s Wedding

Tony N’ Tina’s Wedding is a unique wedding-themed interactive Las Vegas dinner show that is all about laughter, love and Italian-American traditions. During this immersive experience, the audience becomes part of the show as they play the roles of the bride and groom’s friends and family. The evening starts with a lovely wedding ceremony setting the tone for an evening of humor, romance and drama.

The guests enjoy a three-course Italian dinner, drinks and entertainment as the evening progresses. The show is at the Buca di Beppo inside Horseshoe Las Vegas

SheBuysTravel Tip: Part of the experience is singing and dancing with the cast.  


Located at Caesars Palace, Absinthe is a Las Vegas dinner show for ages 18+ that is filled with outrageous acts, hilarious comedy and incredible acrobatics. The Absinthe includes circus, vaudeville and burlesque acts in the dinner show. You can enjoy a four-course meal while performers do their stunts right in front of your table.

SheBuysTravel Tip: VIP seating for the 21+ crowd gives you access to a secluded elevated table and a complimentary bottle of champagne.


The Delilah Dinner Show combines an incredible menu, exceptional performances and a fantastic atmosphere. The elegant upscale venue is in the Tower Suites of Wynn Las Vegas.

As soon as you enter the Delilah show, you will be transported back to the stylish, vintage world of the 1920s. The elegant and sophisticated design of the restaurant, combined with flickering candlelight, creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere that is unmatched by any other dinner show in Las Vegas.

SheBuysTravel TipSports apparel, shorts and tank tops are prohibited in the Delilah Lounge & Fine Dining. Photography is not allowed in the restaurant.  

Diva Royale Drag Queens

If you love the glitz and glamor of a drag queen show that is sassy and fabulous, then you should not miss the Diva Royale Drag Queens Dinner Show in Las Vegas. This show is a perfect pick for travelers who enjoy diverse entertainment experiences.

Diva Royale Drag Queens Show runs for about 90 minutes on Friday and Saturday evenings and includes a three-course meal.

Visit the House of Blues at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino to catch The Diva Royale Drag Queens Dinner Show.

SheBuysTravel Tip: The show is appropriate for adults, and seating is first-come, first-served.  

Other Dining Experiences

The following dining experiences in Las Vegas are package deals with the dinner and a show ticket, but the dinner may be in another location.

Rat Pack Is Back

If you enjoy nostalgic music from the 1950s and 60s, you will want to visit the COPA room at the Tuscany Suites & Casino. Paying tribute to members of the Rat Pack, the show features impersonators singing and performing hits of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. and others. A seven-piece orchestra accompanies the performers.

The award-winning Rat Pack is Back show is paired with a dinner that is served either before or after the show at the Tuscany Gardens Restaurant.

V – The Ultimate Variety Show

This Las Vegas dinner show is for families and includes juggling acrobatic stunts and magic. You can purchase show-only tickets, but to make it a dinner show, purchase a VIP ticket for dinner at Planet Hollywood restaurants.

The  V – The Ultimate Variety Show is hosted at the V Theatre in the Miracle Mile Shops.

Fountains Of Bellagio

Thousands of interconnected fountains in front of the Bellagio Hotel create a gigantic water fixture covering 1000 feet of space. The dancing Fountains of Bellagio send water in the air surging up to 460 feet. Water performances run every half hour.

You can view the gorgeous fountain show from various dining locations on the strip. Prime locations to make this a mesmerizing dinner show are the Prime Steakhouse, Picasso, Mayfair Supper Club, Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant and Le Cirque.  

Mystere by Clique du Soleil

Mystere by Cirque du Soleil is no longer a dinner show. A buffet was once included but is no longer part of the ticket. The show offers acrobatics, music, humor and dance performed in a theater, allowing for a 360-degree view. It is still a great show at Treasure Island, just not a dinner show.

Las Vegas dinner shows are the perfect combination of entertainment and cuisine. These shows will make your Vegas experience something unique and unforgettable. Whether you’re in the mood for a medieval battle, a captivating water show or a comedy club, there’s a show for every taste. So next time you’re in Las Vegas, check out one of these incredible shows.

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