5 Highest Rated Total Rewards Diamond Celebration Dinner Locations in Vegas & The Current Full List

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Top Total Rewards Diamond Celebration Dinner Locations

Top Total Rewards Diamond Celebration Dinner Locations

Recently I did a list of the 5 highest rated Total Rewards free ticket shows based on TripAdvisor ratings. Due to the popularity of that post (click below) I have decided to cover the top Total Rewards Diamond Celebration Dinner locations. 

5 Highest Rated Total Rewards Free Ticket Shows & The Entire List of Current Shows

Total Rewards Diamond Celebration Overview

Despite the fact that Total Rewards has gutted their program quite a bit the past few years (especially when it comes to Diamond Lounge access) one amazing perk has remained for Total Rewards Diamond members. 

Every year upon qualification or renewal, Total Rewards Diamond members receive a $100 Celebration Dinner voucher. This is one of the better perks of Diamond status and even people who reach the status via status match or through FoundersCard get this perk.

Top Total Rewards Diamond Celebration Dinner with many of these properties participating.

Top 5 Diamond Celebration Dinner Restaurants

While $100 doesn’t always go a long way in Las Vegas, there are definitely a ton of great options when it comes to using your Total Rewards Diamond celebration dinner credit. Let’s take a look at our top 5.

5. Oyster Bar – Harrah’s 

The Oyster Bar at Harrah’s is located just off the gaming floor inside of the casino. If you can’t find it look off to the right before you reach the escalators.  If you love Oysters then look no further, because this is a great option for using your Diamond Celebration credit. 

4. Nobu Restaurant & Lounge – Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace double dips on the Nobu name having both the Nobu Hotel as well as this top rated restaurant. Nobu has a number of locations scattered across the US and the rest of the world and a stellar reputation. It is a Japanese Fusion restaurant and a great place to use up your $100 certificate.

3. Mesa Grill – Caesars Palace

This is among our team’s favorite restaurants in Las Vegas. Mesa Grill offers Southwestern themed food in a contemporary atmosphere. Vegas’ Mesa Grill exists as the only location now that the NYC restaurant closed following an impressive 22 year run.

2. Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse – Harrah’s

This is not the most exciting choice since they are everywhere, but Ruth’s Chris remains a solid selection if you are looking to burn that Diamond Certificate on some meat and potatoes in an upscale environment. 

1. Restaurant Guy Savoy – Caesars Palace

Coming in at #1 on our list and #22 in all of Vegas (according to TripAdvisor) is French inspired Restaurant Guy Savoy.  Be warned that your $100 may not go too far but it can make a nice dent in the bill. 

Total Rewards Diamond Celebration Dinner can be used here.
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Special Consideration – Sterling Brunch – Bally’s

Landing just outside of the top 5 (but still worth a mention) is the iconic Sterling Brunch at Bally’s. Every Sunday morning the BLT Steak restaurant becomes the most extravagant brunch in Las Vegas, which is saying a lot. It is a little over $100 a person which works out perfectly for a solo afternoon of gluttony or if you want to share with a Total Rewards Diamond friend who has their own certificate. Just make sure you don’t eat anything before you go :).

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Total Rewards Diamond Celebration Dinner Locations

Not every Caesars Entertainment restaurant is eligible for the Diamond Celebration dinner, however there really are a ton of options. Here is the list of all participating locations:

Top Total Rewards Diamond Celebration Dinner Locations


While Total Rewards doesn’t offer its players as much value as they used to, the free show and Diamond celebration dinner are still two great perks of the program. Hopefully this list will help to make your decision easier when you are redeeming this benefit on your next Vegas trip.


  1. Can i use the voucher (@Bacchanal), bring 2 guests and pay the difference? So $59.99 x3 = $179.99 -$100 voucher > out of pocket cost come out to $79.99?

  2. A group of us all Diamonds plan on going to Ruth Chris to use or celebration dinner credit. Is there any problem using 3 or 4 celebrations at the same time at the same table?

    • Nope – just used two at the same time a few weeks ago. Just make sure you go over the $3-$400 total otherwise you lose it.

  3. Hi is it true that we still need to wait a week to use the $100 dining voucher? We will only be there for 4 days!

    • I have heard that here and there – that it takes a week to show up in your account after earning. That hasn’t been my experience in the past but I am not sure if that is the case now or not.

  4. Is it possible to use two $100 credit in the same dinner? I’m going with a friend and booth will have the diamond status.

  5. caesars bachannal buffet is a worth mention. $100 will cover dinner for 2 plus skip the line with diamond status. special bonus with status is plate of king crab legs (not avail at reg buffet) and 1 alcoholic beverage per person.

  6. Great question. It’s a “Use it all or lose it” situation. So make sure to pick a place where you can eat $100 worth of food (although you MIGHT be able to use it on drinks, as well, check with you server). A positive expectation value would be to take a friend, buy his/her meal, then ask for reimbursement of his/her meal (or some percentage of reimbursement if you didn’t want to ask for 100% of reimbursement).

    Point is, plan on hitting the $100 mark when you spend it.

    • Great suggestion Tony. I have taken a friend with me and told them they have to cover the tip and I will cover the dinner 🙂

    • All at once. I wish they would just issue $100 in comps to your account so you could use it however you like but that isn’t the case.

  7. I had a similar experience. I went to Planet Hollywood but they refused to do anything. Then I went to Paris, and the staff there were nice enough to do a “replacement” for me, which gave me the voucher.

  8. Do you earn the $100 celebration dinner the moment you are grated Diamond status? Or is it after being Diamond for one year? I was Platinum but upgraded to Diamond thru Founders Card.

  9. @TJ

    It is once a year. You go to the TR desk to pick it up. Note that once they print it out you can’t get another if you misplace it, so I usually wait until the day I want to redeem it to pick it up.

  10. Thanks for the list – I like Mesa Grill when it was at Atlantis. So you get a $100 certificate for dinner each month like the tickets? How/Where do you actually get the cert? I just matched to Diamond a couple weeks ago.

      • TJ, I went out to Vegas over Christmas (2018) and used my Diamond credit. At this time, the new process is to simply let your server know at the end of the meal that you’ve a $100 Diamond credit and would like to apply it to your bill. But as a heads-up, not all restaurants within the Caesars Entertainment family accept the $100 Diamond dining credit. I think it’s well worth the 2-minutes wait in line at a Total Rewards desk to ask to view the list of restaurants that will accept said dining credit.

    • It is a yearly benefit that you get once you reach Diamond status and it is usually good until the end of January of the following year I believe. Since you just reached Diamond you can have them print it at the TR desk when you are at the casino you want to use it at. Once it is printed it can’t be printed again so it is best to wait until you are about to use it.


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