Eat Like Royalty in Las Vegas with Food Tour That Ends With a Helicopter Ride

When you think of Las Vegas the first thing that comes to mind is usually casinos, but you shouldn’t sleep on Sin City’s food scene. Finger Licking Foodie Tours partnered with ARIA Resort & Casino to offer visitors a socially distanced dining experience.

The Self-Guided Aria Resort & Casino tour, designed for two people and up, starts at 5 p.m. and consists of a two-hour, self-guided experience. During the evening, guests will dine at three critically acclaimed restaurants located within the ARIA resort and a virtual guide will tell guests about each restaurant.

Guests will enjoy three signature dishes at each restaurant, followed by one dessert. The lineups are subject to change and they include a French restaurant called Bardot Brasserie, an Italian-American restaurant called Carbone, Jean Georges Steakhouse, and a seafood restaurant called Catch.

It’s currently running for $150 per person and for an additional $60 per person, you can upgrade with a beverage package that includes a pre-selected craft cocktail at each venue.

When the culinary tour concludes, for $100 per person, you can be taken by a custom limo coach to Maverick Helicopters for a Champagne toast, followed by a 15-minute flight aboard an ECO-Star helicopter, so you can see the beautiful city from above.