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22 Photos Inside Mr Chow, Now Open at Caesars Palace

See the champagne room, the carts, the private dining rooms, the sculpture in the center of the room and more.

Take a look inside Mr Chow, the new Beijing-inspired restaurant at Caesars Palace. Restaurateur Michael Chow designed the opulent black-and-white space on the second floor of the resort.

Guests walk in through a champagne lounge on the casino floor, where they can sip on Krug Grande Cuveé or Dom Pérignon from the restaurant’s champagne trolley, while taking in the bright space and the Jeff Koons "Balloon Venus" sculpture on display.

Private elevators head up to the restaurant, first taking guests through the 150-label wine room displayed in a floor-to-ceiling glass partition. Behind that, a lounge with bronze furniture and custom Clive Barker artwork.

White Venetian plaster and Plexiglas line the dining room surround by outer banquette seating and overlooking a 150-plus lily floral arrangement in the center. A wooden bar with shelves extending to the ceiling come lined with spirits, large windows and French doors leading to the terrace overlooking the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis.

The nearly 250 seat restaurant includes three private dining rooms, bar seating and four terraces.

Overhead, a kinetic sculpture, suspended from a 60-foot dome created by Chow and constructed by TAIT. The 3,800-pound fiberglass and aluminum framed sculpture dubbed "The Moon" looks like a full moon, but during service, a four-minute show changes its look.

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