Sushi and small plates: Two local resorts in running for best hotel food in US

Chef Nobu Matsuhisa prepares fresh salmon for poaching at the new Nobu Restaurant at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Friday, February 1, 2013.

The foodies have spoken, and two Las Vegas hotels have been nominated by Bon Appétit to compete for a spot on the magazine’s list of “10 Best Food Lover’s Hotels.”

The Cosmopolitan and Caesars Palace made the cut, joining a list of 40 hotels across the country. The list recognizes hotels with outstanding culinary and beverage offerings.

Editors cited the Cosmopolitan’s wide range of food, including 13 restaurants operated by renowned chefs such as Jose Andres and David Myers.

At Caesars Palace, the magazine focused on Nobu Hotel, which highlights the work of sushi superstar Nobu Matsuhira.

Bon Appétit editors plan to release their final list of the “10 Best Food Lover’s Hotels” Tuesday.

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