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Chef Gian Paolo Belloni brings a rich history of tradition to the Venetian Hotel, with a bar on the first floor, and the restaurant on the second. A portion of the dining area overlooks the Gondola Rides. The menu features Italian cuisine and Pasta with Pesto which is a specialty. Fish courses include Jumbo Shrimp in Saffron Sauce and Tuna Steak with Tomatoes and Mushrooms. On Saturday and Sunday, brunch is served with complimentary champagne and cocktails. There is a strolling violinist and a piano bar for all of you music lovers.
Enter Lavo Italian Restaurant & Nightclub and you will be treated to grandeur. The extravagant decor of this place is almost regal in appearance. With celebrities making appearances every now and then, it's no wonder that this place has earned a reputation as one of the premium nightlife venues in Las Vegas. The delicious Italian dishes served at the restaurant satisfy your taste buds, while the well-stocked bar serves top-notch liquors and wines. If you have a big appetite, definitely try one of their pizzas, which are 2 feet (.6 meters) long!
Surrounded by original artwork by celebrity artists Tony Bennett and Tony Curtis, to name a few, this contemporary Italian eatery prides itself on Old World Mediterranean cooking. Featuring an exhibition-style kitchen, fresh menu selections are prepared while you watch. Pasta, chicken, veal, seafood and beef dishes are served with flair and style. The dress code is dressy casual and no children under five years of age.
Located on the main casino floor of the gargantuan Venetian Resort and Casino, this small eatery is one of many in this food court that is just steps from the action along the Las Vegas Strip. The menu consists of a collection of tasty pizzas, pastas, calzones and other quick bites. Order at the counter, then choose from a number of comfortable tables that offer great views of the casino. The food court area is also one of the more pleasant spots in Las Vegas that offers free WiFi. -Lottie Tagupa
Located in the The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino, Carnevino has the feel and appearance of an Italian Villa, complete with a 16-foot ceiling and wooden furnishings complementing the Italian marble interiors. The brainchild of talented Chef Mario Batali and renowned winemaker Joe Bastianich, this restaurant is more than your average steakhouse. The Italian-American menu promises a combination of traditional steak specials and vintage Italian wine. These juicy steaks are made from natural meat that is free of hormones and antibiotics. Meat lovers will enjoy everything from veal, beef, pork, lamb and seafood delicacies. For those who love Italian, creamy handmade pastas, artisanal cheeses, fresh mozzarella and sauces are sure to satiate your appetite. Accompany your meal with a wine from their vast wine collection for an unforgettable gastronomic experience.
Mario Batali and Joseph Bastianich present B&B at Venetian Resort & Casino. Not to be confused with a bed and breakfast, this is one stylish Italian joint that is not to be missed. With its sumptuous setting in The Venetian, B&B transports you right to Italy with its decor and genuine taste. B&B captures the very soul of Italy in its exquisite food and wine.
Trattoria Reggiano, is one place where you can enjoy a sumptuous meal of fresh seafood or simple, quintessential pizza. The extensive menu features an array of goodies ranging from pasta to cappuccino. What more can one ask for? Enjoy a whole and satisfying meal! The chic and contemporary decor adds to the charm of the place. Located in the Grand Canal Shoppes of the grand Venetian Resort & Casino, this diner is well-known for good food and impeccable service.
Portofino, named after a small town in the Italian coast, is a cozy and intimate Italian restaurant located in the Mirage Hotel in the Las Vegas strip. Take a break from the clinking of coins and chips in the hotel casino with a romantic dinner date in this rustic, authentic Italian place. The dishes here vary from simple to complex, made with imported ingredients and fresh produce. There is also an extensive wine list to go along with the food. Conceptualized by celebrity-chef Michael LaPlaca, this restaurant gives you a little piece of Italy right in the middle of the Strip.