Picasso Restaurant at The Bellagio
The Picasso restaurant at The Bellagio in Las Vegas was named for one of the greatest painterers of the twentieth century, Pablo Picasso. The restaurant draws its inspiration from the villages of the Mediterranean, featuring a beam and brick ceiling and gesso-covered burlap walls.
The restaurant decor consists of Picasso's paintings, ceramics, tiles and sculpture. Claude Picasso, the son of Pablo, designed the carpet and the furniture for the restaurant.
Before being seated for dinner, guests can enjoy a cocktail on the outdoor patio along the water's edge. The restaurant serves French-Mediterranean cuisine featuring master Chef Julian Serrano, the first Las Vegas chef to be honored with the James Beard Award for "Best Chef, Southwest." Serrano showcases his seasonal cuisine in two special menus: a four-course tasting menu and a five-course Chef's Degustation.
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The restaurant is open for dinner from 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and is closed Wednesdays. For reservations, call 702-693-7223. Read more about the Bellagio Hotel, browse pictures and plan your Las Vegas vacation.
Location: 3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South , Las Vegas , Nevada , United States, 702-693-7223, website