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Vegas - 2017 - Issue 4 - Fall - Elizabeth Olsen

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classics like eggs and pork belly in brown butter hollandaise, plus sides like fried Brussels sprouts with walnuts drizzled in anchovy-red-wine-jalapeno vinaigrette. Caesars Palace, 702.866.1800, $$$ SW STEAKHOUSE Overlooking Wynn's Lake of Dreams, SW Steakhouse is one of a small handful of restaurants in the country authorized to serve certified-authentic Kobe beef. An entire Japanese and domestic wagyu menu allows guests to gild the lily with add-ons like Rogue Creamery smoked blue cheese, Maine lobster and Hudson Valley foie gras. Tip: Like the comfortable dining room chairs? So does hotel mogul Steve Wynn. He's had them shipped to his offices around the world and to SW in Wynn Palace in Cotai. Wynn Las Vegas, 702.770.3325, $$$$ TOM COLICCHIO'S HERITAGE STEAK Las Vegas is a steak- lover's town, but Tom Colicchio brings his own special technique to the table. e menu in his restaurant focuses entirely on antibiotic-free meats sourced from ranchers across the US, prepared over an open flame with a charcoal grill and in a wood-burning oven. Leather walls, a huge hearth, and dsdseep banquettes in the lounge are as cozy as can be. Mirage, 866.339.4566, $$$$ TWIST BY PIERRE GAGNAIRE Pierre Gagnaire's Mandarin Oriental restaurant—his only presence in the States—offers whimsical, modern takes on French fare. Celebrating? Order the "777" menu, Twist's seven course menu paired with seven rare wines for $777. Mandarin Oriental, 888.881.9367, $$$$ VERANDA e ideal brunch destination (in-the-know guests go for the mini donut machine) also hosts afternoon tea and has an intimate lounge on its lush, pool-facing patio. While it's also a great power breakfast and lunch spot, the modern Italian trattoria-style restaurant's secret strength is as a sanctuary from Vegas's evening chaos during dinner. Relax with a plate of gorgeous antipasti, fresh salads, and a wide variety of light-to-robust entrees.e Four Seasons, 702.632.5121, $$$ WING LEI e only Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Award-winning Chinese restaurant in North America, dining in Wing Lei will remind guests of dining inside a literal jewel box of classical Chinese design —decorated in sparkling white, gold and jade. Imperial Peking duck is served from custom-designed carts and carved tableside. Ask for a table with a view of the two century-old pomegranate trees and golden dragon for a transporting experience. Wynn Las Vegas, 702.770.3388, $$$$ Zuma At London transplant robata grill and sushi bar Zuma, from Rainer Becker, three open kitchens turn out shareable plates—from a main kitchen, sushi counter and robata grill. Dishes—like lobster tempura and truffled wagyu tataki—are shareable (but that's up to you). Zuma, whose contemporary Japanese is served in 10 other restaurants, from Abu Dhabi to Rome to Hong Kong, is the sexiest room in Las Vegas right now—a 9,000-square-foot space designed to capture earth, fire, water and air, and which features a natural stone wall from Chiang Mai—and a bar made from tree trunks. Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, 702.698.2199, $$$$ R E G R E T N O T H I N G . # I T A L I A N 3000 Paradise Road | Las Vegas, NV 89109 702.732.5276 | |

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