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Located just off the lobby at the ultra modern Aria Hotel, this unique eatery takes Spanish cuisine to a new level. The setting is spectacular with a decor that features modern spice colors and natural accents. The decor emulates an outdoor cafe with high ceilings, tree shaped accents and a floor that is colorful and shines in the carefully crafted lighting. However, it's the menu that is special. There is something for everyone at Julian Serrano, from flavors that satisfy the traditional palette to lots of new discoveries for the adventurous eaters. The dining is done family-style here, with everything from tapas to paella and more that can be made to satisfy a crowd.
This restaurant at Mandalay Bay features the decor and cuisine from Soviet-era Russia. Actually, many of the dishes are a fusion of American-Russian dishes. For instance, you can still order Beef Stroganoff and Chicken Kiev, but you can also have your Filet Mignon and pizza. The kitchen also has an impressive selection of caviar in traditional style with toast points or blinis and available in one-ounce increments. To accompany your meal, try one of their huge selection of vodkas from around the world, including-of course-Russia.
Cafe Berlin in Las Vegas is a German cafe that is rumored to offer such great schnitzel that customers actually think they're in Germany. They have a variety of German dishes in addition to the schnitzel, which itself comes in different varieties. For those thinking they haven't had good spaetzle in a while, Cafe Berlin has it covered. For the less adventurous, they offer the usual fare of burgers and sandwiches as well. Homemade streudel tops it all off.
Savory meat dishes flavored with Bulgarian spice mixes have garnered Forte a lot of attention. This tapas bar is a family business, using recipes that have been passed down for generations. Entrees from around Europe can be found on the menu, including the Thracian clay pot, which features tomatoes, Bulgarian charcuterie, egg, peppers, onions, and feta baked in a clay pot. The atmosphere is simple, but elegant, with a spacious outdoor patio. It's the perfect spot for a date night or dinner with friends.
Spanakopita, mousaka, pastitsio, tabouli, babaganoush. To the untrained ear that may sound like gibberish, but to the uncompromising palate, those are names of delicious dishes from the Mediterranean. Thankfully, there is no need to travel all the way to the Mediterranean to sample good food. Right here in Vegas is a place serving homemade Greek food. Market Grille Café was voted "Best of Las Vegas" for 2009, 2010 and 2011 by the Las Vegas Review Journal. Every item on the menu is homemade from recipes handed down through the generations. For those wanting to escape the glitter of Vegas and experience the atmosphere and flavors of the Mediterranean, Market Grille Cafe is the place to go. Try their award-winning Aphrodite’s Cheesecake.