The Vegas Restaurant That Serves Shots In A Mini Eiffel Tower

If you're looking for a vacation filled with glitz and glamour, a trip to Las Vegas can't be beat. And while many people who choose to go on holiday in the city are sure to want to catch some of its iconic shows, visiting one of Vegas' lavish restaurants will also make for a mesmerizing night out.

For example, Top of the World allows its guests to practically float on air as they dine on steaks in a rotating observation deck with ceiling to floor windows. And TAO Asian Bistro provides tourists with the chance to savor Asian cuisine in the company of an infinity pool full of Koi fish and a Buddah statue that stands 20-feet tall. 

But if you've always wanted to visit France to see the Eiffel Tower and try out decadent French dishes, Vanderpump à Paris is the must-visit Vegas restaurant for you. Because even if you've never seen the real Eiffel Tower, after having dinner at Vanderpump à Paris, you'll be able to say you've taken shots from a mini one (per Delish).

Las Vegas' Vanderpump à Paris will treat you to a rainy evening in France

Situated inside of Las Vegas' Paris Hotel, Vanderpump à Paris, which is owned by former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast member Lisa Vanderpump, makes its guests feel like they are enjoying a meal in a French style courtyard on a rainy day (via Vanderpump à Paris). The restaurant's dinner options are filled with eats inspired by French delicacies like Crispy Chicken Confit and Cast Iron Ratatouille and its drink menu is a bonafide love letter to Paris that includes cocktails like Louvre at First Sight, which is infused with Lemon Jalapeño Honey and Orange Bitters, and champagne imported from France.

But the centerpiece of the restaurant's food and drink options is arguably The Eiffel Tower. Located on its drink menu, guests who place an order for The Eiffel Tower are treated to 12 shots of their choice from Vanderpump à Paris' à La Carte's unique shot selection — which includes blueberry vodka and peach whiskey among others. And, according to Delish, the name of this drink isn't just for show. Your alcohol will be served up in a perfect miniature recreation of the Eiffel Tower. 

So although Vanderpump à Paris was just opened this year (per Variety), its impressive menu and Parisian atmosphere seems to have already made it a contender for one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas.