Cosmopolitan Las Vegas restaurants provide a showcase for top culinary talent and food that will make even the most discriminating palates happy. In a city already known for its hot culinary scene, this resort provides a venue for new chefs to showcase their skills, and there are twelve restaurants to choose among. Whether you're looking for a casual meal, a glass of wine, or fine food, the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas dining scene will have something perfect for your tastes.
Cosmopolitan Resort and Casino Restaurants
Many of the chefs and restaurateurs agreed to open Cosmopolitan Las Vegas restaurants long before the first guest rooms were reserved. Expert restaurant runners Bruce and Eric Bromberg brought the Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill concept straight from New York City, opening in Las Vegas for the first time. Brother Eric trained in France as a classical chef and quickly transformed a stuffy NYC restaurant into a place serving a mix of fun food and more traditional tastes. Over the years, more and more Blue Ribbons opened throughout Manhattan before joining the options for the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas dining scene.
Another place to enjoy fusion cuisine is guided by chef José Andrés. The Spanish native is already known for his restaurants in Washington and Los Angeles, mostly specializing in tapas and minibars. His concept for the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas dining scene is a mix of Mexican and Chinese—a first for the James Beard Award-winning chef. If you're in the mood for tapas, you won't be disappointed. The Cosmopolitan is one of the Las Vegas hotels offering a tapas restaurant serving traditional Spanish flavors.
These are just the beginnings of your options for Cosmopolitan Las Vegas restaurants. The two chic hotel towers fronting the Las Vegas Strip have plenty of space to accommodate even more eateries. Celebrated Los Angeles chef David Myers opened Comme Ça, a fresh take on a French bakery/deli. Like the original location in West Hollywood, this Las Vegas restaurant offers tasty lunches and light suppers. A classic steakhouse and a wine bar also provide dining options with style. More restaurants and eateries are slated to open in the future at this Las Vegas resort.