Between The Venetian and The Palazzo, guests choose from almost 40 restaurants, including 9 conceived by James Beard Award-winning chefs. Dining can be formal and fine or relaxed and casual, with a globetrotting range of cuisine from Italy, New Orleans, France, Brazil, Peru, and Japan. Room service is available 24 hours a day, of course.
Carnevino - Celebrity chef Mario Batali combines steakhouse classics with modern Italian dishes. Sink your canines into dry-aged, hormone-free beef, or say delizioso! to handmade pasta, seasonal produce, and dishes influenced by every region of Italy. Serving dinner each evening.
CUT - At this paean to beef, you can sample some of the world's finest steak, including A-5 grade Kobe (Wagyu) beef from Japan and hormone-free, corn-fed sirloin from Nebraska. The menu embraces the nose-to-tail philosophy, offering dishes like bone-marrow flan and warm veal-tongue salad. Serving dinner (closed Mondays); the bar is open nightly.
LAVO - From the creators of TAO nightclub, this celebrity hotspot serves pasta and brick-oven pizzas. Have dinner in the restaurant, linger in the lounge, and take in views of The Strip from the terrace. The upper floor is filled with an expansive nightclub.
Table 10 - Emeril Lagasse combines classic American fare with New Orleans influences, creating dishes like crawfish muffuletta and seared Maine sea scallops with tomato and sweet corn succotash. Sit at the Food Bar and watch the goings-on in the busy kitchen, or have a seat in the Sidewalk Cafe and take in views of The Palazzo's atrium. Serving lunch and dinner; closed Mondays.
SUSHISAMBA - Order a freshly muddled fruit cocktail and dive into a menu where sashimi and ceviche are neighbors. SUSHISAMBA blends Brazilian, Peruvian, and Japanese cuisine. The restaurant's 16-foot atrium is ringed with bright colors and screens showing scenes from Rio's Carnaval. Serving lunch and dinner.