Bellagio Restaurants

The Bellagio restaurants are second to none in the city of Las Vegas. There is plenty of evidence to support this argument. Perhaps most impressive is that there are fewer than 100 master sommeliers in the United States and three of them are employed at Bellagio restaurants. The award-winning executive chefs and their staff see to it that the patrons of their fine dining establishments receive the most pampered treatment and most elegant cuisine, especially at the two AAA Five Diamond restaurants, Le Cirque and Picasso. The best restaurants at the Bellagio Las Vegas all recommend reservations as they are highly popular, but sometimes walk ins can be accommodated. Dress to impress or business casual at the very least.

Le Cirque

Le Cirque is one of two AAA Five Diamond winners at the Bellagio. This magnificent restaurant serves exquisite French cuisine combined with innovative, contemporary touches. The bright and jubilant colors of the dining room combined with an extensive wine list and brilliant food presentation blend together to offer patrons a convivial atmosphere and most memorable experience.


The menu at the other AAA Five Diamond-rated restaurant at the Bellagio is influenced by the cuisine of Spain and France, specifically from the region where Pablo Picasso spent the better part of his life. As with Le Cirque, you can expect only the finest and freshest foods served with stunningly innovative presentation. Another highlight is the impressive wine list that features over 1,500 different selections from some of the best growing regions in Europe. The atmosphere is most notable for featuring some Picasso paintings and ceramics.


Jasmine is another of the enviable Bellagio restaurants located within the casino. Here you will enjoy Cantonese, Szechwan, and Hunan delicacies in a gorgeous environment featuring authentic, as well as replicated art from China. The bright interior, lake and garden views, live cooking stations, and fresh ingredients make for a wonderful dining experience. Enjoy views of the fountains just out the window as well as the Eiffel Tower at the Paris Hotel just across the street (where else can you look at an Italian lake, dancing fountains, and Paris all out one window?)

Prime Steak House

The Prime Steak House is the location at the Bellagio for prime cuts of steak, a superb selection of seafood, as well as lamb and many other thoughtfully conceived dishes. The elegant décor welcomes guests into an inviting atmosphere where they can enjoy aged, prime cuts of beef, a fantastic service experience, and as usual at the Bellagio at everything from its restaurants to its buffet to the fountains outside—impressive presentation.

Michael Mina

Michael Mina is a modern and chic restaurant that features contemporary and vegetarian cuisine as well as a wide variety of seasonal dishes that burst with freshness and flavor. This is one of the Bellagio restaurants that is perfect for a romantic dinner at the casino. The lights are a bit dimmer, the atmosphere is cozy yet cool, and the cuisine is absolutely excellent.


Circo is one of the most popular Bellagio restaurants, not only because of its award-winning cuisine and comprehensive wine list, but also because of the gorgeous interior, which resembles a colorful, European carnival tent. Enjoy sophisticated and complex Tuscan dishes with fresh flavors and natural ingredients, including an amazing selection of pasta dishes, grilled and baked meat and fish, and an awesome range of appetizers. You will also be able to enjoy striking views of Lake Bellagio from within the epicurean surroundings of the playful but elegant interior. Circo is just one more of the desirable restaurants onsite at the Bellagio where you will be treated to fantastic food, beverages, and service.


Also set in a location prime for viewing the fountains, Olives offers up casual Mediterranean fare from pasta to brick-oven pizza to steak. Casual dress is okay and reservations are recommended for groups, but not necessary otherwise. Expect an extensive wine list with sommeliers onsite to ensure the absolute best pairings of wine and food possible.


Serving only sustainably grown and naturally raised ingredients and products, Sensi serves four types of cuisine: Italian, Asian, American, and seafood entrees. Enjoy a complete wine list. This restaurant is located in the Spa Tower.


Noodles serves authentic Chinese, Japanese, and Thai, and Vietnamese noodle dishes along with a whole host of other enviable items, including Chinese dim sum during lunch hours on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Casual dress is okay here and the restaurant is located next to the Baccarat Bar. Reservations are not required.


This is where the party's at if you want traditional American food in a cutting-edge and chic environment (because, hey, this is one of the top hotels on the Las Vegas Strip). No reservations needed and casual dress is okay. This restaurant is located near the Bellagio Shops area near the North Valet.

Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant

View the fountains and dine on innovative Japanese cuisine that combines the flavors of both traditional and more modern Japanese food. An array of sake and the finest seasonal fish flown in from top markets around the world combine to create what is sure to be a dining sensation. Dress business casual and you can find this restaurant near the North Valet in the Bellagio Shops area.

No matter where you dine at the Bellagio, prepare to be impressed. Even the relatively casual options here are classier and more upscale than what might be considered casual elsewhere.

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