Las Vegas is known for keeping things new and unique, from refreshed hotel rooms to expanded concert and outdoor event spaces… and dining is no exception. Below are five of the city’s newest and most distinctive restaurants to try this season.
1. Lago by Julian Serrano at Bellagio
Whether it’s lunch, brunch or dinner, Lago by Julian Serrano allows diners to experience the bolder side of Italy with innovative small plates. Dining fountain-side with a creatively concocted cocktail is sure to make for an unforgettable experience.
2. Carbone at ARIA
Critically acclaimed with New York flair, Carbone pays homage to an era of glamour, showmanship and tableside service. The celebrated restaurant makes Las Vegas its new home by embodying the city’s own history from the 50s and 60s.
3. BARDOT Brasserie at ARIA
Modeled after a 1920s Parisian cafe, guests of BARDOT Brasserie dine on French cuisine crafted by Celebrity Chef Michael Mina. Complete with a jaw-dropping brass bar and sidewalk cafe, diners feel transported to The City of Light if only just for the evening.
4. Rivea and Skyfall at Delano
Sitting high above the Las Vegas skyline, Rivea and Skyfall Lounge boast one of the best views on The Strip. Experience Mediterranean cuisine by world-famous Chef Alain Ducasse within the restaurant’s private dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows or soak up the 180-degree view of the city within the inviting Skyfall Lounge.
5. Harvest by Roy Ellamar at Bellagio
There’s no need for foodies who love farm-to-table cuisine to look any further than the newest culinary addition to Bellagio, Harvest by Roy Ellamar, opening December 2015. Harvest will feature a menu of regional American dishes that include sustainable and locally grown products. Menu items include grilled, dry-aged and grass-fed beef; classic cocktails featuring cold-pressed juices and homegrown herbs; and sustainable seafood cooked in a special stone oven.