Michael Mina has been on a tear lately, revamping his restaurants in Las Vegas. First Seablue closed at the MGM Grand and became his Pub 1842. Then Nobhill Tavern shuttered at the MGM Grand and turned into Crush. Mina’s ode to camp cooking American Fish disappeared last summer, and now Mina is ready to unveil his new Parisian brasserie at Aria. Meet Bardot Brasserie, equal parts tip of the hat to Hemingway’s Paris and ode to that French bombshell Brigitte Bardot.
Bishop Pass designed Bardot Brasserie with the feel of an early French film noir with low lighting and dramatic shadows. Watch the chefs cook in the open kitchen that sits behind a Parisian storefront or belly up to the centerpiece bar with counter-to-ceiling brass shelving. Go ahead and get cozy.
Bardot Brasserie, A Nod to Hemingway's Paris from Michael Mina
Get inside before it opens tomorrow at Aria.