NEW LAS VEGAS RESTAURANT REVIEWS
East meets West at the MOzen Bistro, located in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Resort. Open all day, MOzen Bistro offers a wide variety of Eastern and Western Cuisine dishes. The bistro boasts a sushi/sashimi bar, an exhibition noodle bar, and a rotisserie grill to concoct the wide variety of dishes on the menu. For breakfast, enjoy a wide variety of egg dishes as well as some traditional Asian breakfasts to start off the day right. Lunch consists of a wide variety of light seafood as well as curries and noodles. Missed lunch but looking forward to dinner? MOzen’s light fare menu has what you’re looking for.
Julian Serrano: Julian Serrano takes his Las Vegas culinary experience to the next level at his new self-titled restaurant, located in the Aria Hotel and Casino. The premiere restaurant for superb tapas on the Strip, Julian Serrano also serves up gourmet paella, seafood, sangria, and atmosphere. The presentation of the gourmand Spanish dishes is as elegant as the taste; and with such a diverse menu, diners are bound to find a favorite dish. Whether you’re coming for lunch or dinner, for an intimate dining experience or as a precursor to a night on the town, Julian Serrano is sure to present delectable Spanish fare.
Studio Cafe: Studio Café blends the comforts of a late night diner with the class and distinction of the Golden Era of Hollywood. The Art Deco décor and ample portions makes this twenty-four-hour café a popular hot spot at all hours of the day and night. Breakfast options range from the traditional to the deliciously unconventional like fried Chicken and Waffles and the Philly Cheese Steak omelette. Sandwiches and burgers are not to be missed, with meaty treats like the “Monster BLT” and “Not Your Ordinary Patty Melt” living up to their names. The Graveyard Menu features highlights from the Studio Café repertoire to help fuel late-night outings.
L’ATelier de Joel Robuchon : L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon brings the famed edible artistry of its namesake to a more approachable and playful setting. An energetic open kitchen dominates the red and black-accented space, drawing diners in as active participants in L’Atelier’s lively dinner theatre from the comfort of their sleek counter seating. The restaurant offers a diverse selection of French-influenced tapas and entrees that can be sampled alone as a la carte options or can be experienced in thrilling comparison in tasting menus for a more complete appreciation of this culinary workshop.
Ri Ra: Rì Rá Las Vegas brings an authentic Irish atmosphere to the Strip, along with an impressive lineup of live music and fare that defies pub standards at the Shoppes at Mandalay Place. Crafted in the warm pub style of 19th century Ireland,
Rì Rá Las Vegas features authentic artifacts carefully restored in Wicklow, Ireland, including an 8-foot-tall, 500-pound carved plaster statue of St. Patrick dating back to 1850. Rì Rá Las Vegas features live entertainment seven nights a week, as well as traditional Irish cuisine.
Lakeside Grill: Wynn Las Vegas has also opened Lakeside Grill. Situated on the Lake of Dreams, Executive Chef David Walzog offers modern twists on classic American dishes in a striking and stylish setting. Lakeside Grill is the second restaurant at Wynn helmed by Walzog, who has garnered critical acclaim for his cuisine at SW, the resort’s signature steakhouse.
Cafe Nikki: Café Nikki has opened at the Tropicana and features breakfast, lunch and dinner including unique signature dishes from Nikki Beach locations across the globe, as well as twists on traditional favorites. Tropicana has also opened Biscayne Steak, Sea & Wine, a new steak and seafood restaurant. The tropical South Beach-style restaurant features prime cuts of beef, Safe Harbor-certified fresh seafood, a 200-bottle wine list and signature cocktails.
The Sporting House Bar & Grill : Las Vegas’ premier destination for year-round sports action, has opened inside New York-New York. With more than 130 video monitors, guests of The Sporting House can count on seeing the game they want to see in an environment built specifically for sports fans. The two-story restaurant and bar features a collaborative menu designed by Ark Restaurant Corp.’s newly hired Executive Chef David Waltuck and Damien McEvoy, Ark’s executive chef for the past 14 years in Las Vegas.
Modern day watering hole P.J. Clarke’s opened its first West Coast location at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. Established in 1884 in New York, P.J. Clarke’s boasts a colorful history that has entertained the famous, the infamous and everyone else who appreciates the ambience and food of a real saloon.
And also Burger King opened it’s first “Burger Bar” here so that may be worth mentioning: Burger King has opened its first Whopper Bar in the West Coast region inside the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. A specialized menu features upscale versions of the Whopper, including the “angry whopper” topped with onions, jalapeños, pepper jack cheese and bacon; the “bourbon whopper” topped with onion rings and a bourbon-flavored sauce; the “California whopper” topped with guacamole, crispy bacon and Swiss cheese; the pepper bacon steakhouse XT™ burger smothered with pepper bacon and melted cheddar cheese; and the BK black & bleu steakhouse burger with bleu cheese and blackened Cajun sauce. After customers select their sandwich, “whopper-istas” build burgers to order from a visible toppings bar with an array of more than 30 choices. Beer and iced coffee drinks are also available. Whopper Bar Las Vegas is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The burgers are served around the clock and breakfast is available from 2 a.m.-11 a.m.
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