The Best of Las Vegas Dining Scene
Internationally acclaimed Chef Alain Ducasse opened his first Las Vegas venture, Mix, in grand style in 2004, delivering not just a restaurant but an entire experience. Situated on the 64th floor of THEhotel, Mix offers unparalleled views that extend from the Strip to the mountainous horizon. A dazzling white monochrome dining room punctuated with vibrant red accents provides a clean backdrop for the 15,000-piece "Champagne bubble" chandelier to make its mesmerizing impression. The highly seasonal kitchen constructs dishes that meld international ingredients with an incomparable French flair. Those interested in toasting to their evening with a glass of wine may choose from 1200 bottles stored in a two-story unit that forms the dining room's south wall. To top the evening off right, many guests make their way to the Mix lounge, where more glamorous revelry is to be had.
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Las Vegas Restaurant Reviews
This is Sin City ladies and gentleman so get ready for a carnal epicurean experience. While the locals know the hole in the wall establishments, Las Vegas is a destination point for opulence. Bring your appetite and culinary senses when you visit Las Vegas, and let gluttony be the first on your list of seven deadly sins to cross off. At every casino, there is fine dining; famous chef's names etched on the windows and shining brightly on the signage. High-end Brazilian steakhouses, French culinary chateaus, stellar sushi, upscale Chinese, extraordinary Mexican and Italian straight from the motherland are packed into every nook and cranny. New restaurants open frequently so it's a safe bet our writers are out there reviewing them to help you make the most of your dining experience.
User Name: Dennis
Review Title: Fabulous Dining Experience
The moment we stepped out of the elevator on the 64th floor I knew this was going to be a very special evening. The view on Las Vegas at night is beautiful. Our waiter Charles was very helpful in explaining our dining choices. The food was exceptional. I tried Bison, prepared with a pepper crust, and it was delicious. I also enjoyed a shrimp cocktail (which was really the size of a salad), which the chef is famous for and I can see why. The wine pairings were outstanding, and no one was disappointed with the desserts! If you are looking for a wonderful dining experience, I recommend you give the mix a try.
Restaurant: B&B Ristorante
User Name: Dennis
Review Title: Excellent Dinner
My friends and I truly enjoyed our first visit to B&B Restaurante. The variety of selection on the menu pleased all of us. I thoroughly enjoyed the pasta selection as well as the wine our server Shannon suggested to go with it. After letting them know we needed to have enough time to make an 8:30 show, we were able to relax and enjoy our dinner not feeling rushed in anyway. I highly recommend anyone to give this restaurant a try. You won't be disappointed!
User Name: Arlene
Review Title: 5 star all the way
Excellent service, great view.