Bellagio Las Vegas: The Most Exquisite Culinary Experience
There’s little doubt that the AAA Five Diamond-awarded Bellagio Las Vegas is the undeniable star of The Strip. With its iconic Fountains of Bellagio that Interweave water, light, and music; to the top-tier entertainment; art; and botanical gardens, Bellagio is the high roller at the table of Las Vegas getaways. Yet it’s the pure devotion to flavor that’s found in each one of the award-winning, chef-driven restaurants that make Bellagio the legend that it is.
First in the lineup is a game changer: Harvest, the market-inspired, farm-to-table restaurant by Chef Roy Ellamar. From innovative starters like beet-top pesto to the grass-fed Angus Filet Mignon from Painted Hills, Oregon, each bite is fresh and flavor-forward. Next, there’s the first Italian offering from James Beard Award-winning chef Julian Serrano, LAGO. With small plates designed to share, guests can savor bold flavors while enjoying exceptional views of the fountains. Also from Julian Serrano, Picasso is an absolute must with fine regional cuisine from both France and Spain, and Picasso paintings adorning the walls.
And of course there’s Le Cirque, known the world over for quintessential French cuisine; in an intimate but spectacular setting designed by Adam D. Tihany, even the most discerning food lover will fawn over exceptional dishes like Maryland Blue Crab and Russian Osetra Caviar. Not to be outdone, the eponymous restaurant of Michelin award-winning chef Michael Mena features inspired seafood dishes such as the mouthwatering Lobster Pot Pie. And finally, what good is award-winning cuisine without the perfect wine pairing? Bellagio puts wine front and center with 15 sommeliers on staff, over 4,000 selections property-wide, and 250 wines offered by the glass.