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Vegas - 2017 - Issue 4 - Fall - Elizabeth Olsen

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gorgeous accompaniment to Serrano's own works of art: regional Spanish and French dishes such as pan-seared U10 day-boat scallops with silky potato mousseline and jus de veau, served with a spectacular view of the fountains. Bellagio, 888.987.6667, $$$$ RAKU Specializing in robata and oden cooking, this James Beard-nominated Japanese grill is well-known to gourmands as one of the best Japanese restaurants in the country. It stays open late to accommodate chef fans like Guy Savoy and Mario Batali, who eat here after service. Tip: Call three days ahead to reserve chef Mitsuo Endo's 10- or 15-course kaiseki tasting menu. 5030 W. Spring Mountain Road, 702.367.3511, raku- $$ RESTAURANT GUY SAVOY Chef Guy Savoy attracts serious foodies with his traditional nine-course menu and his playful, 13-course Innovation menu, featuring fanciful creations like spot prawns in a "sweet and sour fishnet" of mesh-cut daikons. Tip: Savoy's Caviar Room offers guests a taste of legendary dishes—like his Colors of Caviar, paired with a Krug or Belvedere martini—without booking an entire evening's experience. Caesars Palace, 702.731.7286, $$$$ RIVEA Not-to-miss items at Rivea include tangy Provençal caponata and a lobster and purple artichoke salad whose vibrancy rivals the spectacular view of the mountains and the Strip from your perch on the 64th floor. Be sure to try the crispy socca (the chickpea street food sold in the South of France) for a feeling of endless summer on the Riviera. Delano Las Vegas, 702.632.7888, $$$$ RX BOILER ROOM Chef Rick Moonen—often called the "godfather of sustainability" in seafood circles—indulges his love of comfort food in a steampunk-themed room upstairs from his RM Seafood, complete with an alchemy bar and "nourishment chart." Don't miss witty bites like Devils on Horseback (dates stuffed with Shaft's blue cheese and wrapped in smoked bacon), chicken pot pie nuggets, and duck confit poutine. Mandalay Bay, 702.632.9300, $$$ SALUTE TRATTORIA ITALIANA e refined Southern Italian offerings at this Red Rock hot spot range from pastas prepared tableside to a whole, salt-roasted branzino to Nutella-stuffed bomboloni. Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa, 702.797.7311, $$ SCARPETTA Chef Scott Conant's modern Italian is an intimate space, but many don't know about its eight-person chef 's table, where you can watch signature dishes like yellowtail crudo with olio di zenzero and Mediterranean branzino with English peas, spring onions, morels and fava beans prepared right in front of you. Don't leave without a taste of Conant's deceptively simple spaghetti with tomato and basil. Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, 702.698.7960, $$$$ SEARSUCKER LAS VEGAS Celeb chef Brian Malarkey's popular Searsucker restaurant comes from San Diego to Las Vegas, where the "come early, stay late" social dining philosophy is right at home. Expect a retro-Americana-themed room celebrating cowboy culture. To signatures like a 38-ounce tomahawk steak, Malarkey adds new F O O D & D R I N K g u i d e @CarlsDonuts @CarlsDonutsLV 702-382-6138 |

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