- Nobu Matsuhisa unveils the design of his new restaurant in the Nobu Tower at Caesars Palace.
- Sketches from the sushi bar at the new Nobu Restaurant & Lounge.
- The lounge at the new Nobu Restaurant & Lounge.
- Sketches from the new Nobu Restaurant & Lounge.
- The open door to the new Nobu Tower at Caesars Palace.
- And what it looks inside.
- More looks inside.
Nobu Matsuhisa shared some new details on his Nobu Hotel going in to Caesars Palace and expected to open this fall while he was in town for Vegas Uncork’d. While guests will have private hotel registration at the 180-room enclave, it’s the restaurant and in-room dining menu that have us aflutter.
Matsuhisa is said to be working on the new menu, a first for the Japanese chef and accessible to guests in the tower, right now.
On the restaurant side, the 11,200-square-foot Nobu Restaurant & Lounge is the first for the chef on the Strip. He plans to keep his restaurant at the Hard Rock Hotel open as well. The space will feature teppanyaki tables, a sushi bar, private dining area along with a large lounge and bar.
David Rockwell of the Rockwell Group was tapped to design the new restaurant and lounge using natural materials fused with Nobu’s signature Japanese elegance. Fun, whimsical and classic were just some of the adjectives used to describe the look.
An October opening is planned with a November-ish opening for the hotel, but based on a look inside the space, no construction has begun.
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