Bradley Ogden

Vegas cheered when Bradley Ogden opened his namesake restaurant in Caesar’s Palace, delighted to have the opportunity to sample the famed Bay-area chef’s “New American Cuisine” outside of California. The restaurant, as with the famous Lark Creek Inn and other Bradley Ogden restaurants, celebrates seasonal, farm-fresh ingredients, weaving them into dishes such as Petaluma Rosie Chicken with buckwheat raviolis, morels, and English peas; and Oak Grilled Prime Beef Ribeye with Maytag soufflé, organic beets, and red wine essence. Since its opening in 2003, Bradley Ogden has proven that it certainly lives up to its name.


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Restaurant Info

  • Address: 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas NV 89109
  • Cross Street: Flamingo Road
  • Location: Las Vegas Strip |
  • Cuisine: American |
  • Cost: $$$ | Moderate | $50 - $75
  • Category: Fine Dining
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  • Reservations: Unknown
  • Dress Code: Casual Elegant
  • Meals Served: Dinner |
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  • Payment Options: VISA | Amex | MasterCard | Discover | Diners Club |
  • Corkage Fee: N/A
  • Staff: Bradley Ogden | Executive Chef
  • Phone: (702) 731-7410

Business Hours

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Features

  • Full Bar
  • Organic Ingredients
  • Winning Wine List

Occasion

  • Business Dining
  • Special Occasion
  • Celebrity Spotting

 


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Restaurant Address: 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas NV 89109

User Reviews

THE BEST!!!  

Bradley Ogden restaurant was without a doubt the best meal I have ever had. It was perfect! The food, the service, the seating, the atmosphere, the cocktail, it was a wonderful, wonderful experience eating there. It is my new favorite! Such a treat to find... love it!

Wait and wait and wait  

This was my first experience dining at Bradley Odgen's restaurant. I must first say that everyone with whom I came in contact was polite and efficient. The food truly was delicious. Although it was a busy Saturday evening, my friend and I ordered one of the PreShow meals thinking it would be the faster way to go. Not so. We waited and waited for our entree. From our perspective, it seemed as if several tables seated after us had already received their food. If the food preparation had been considerably faster, it would have been a perfect dining experience. Would I return? Yes, I would give it another try. And hope that the evening had a better flow.