Roy Ellamar’s Sensi shuttered back in September to make way for his new restaurant, Harvest at the Bellagio, with a focus on market-driven fare. And the design of this space reflects that. Local architects Gensler & Associates transformed the space from a modern look with fountains fronting the bar into a space with wood flooring and walls and hand-blown light fixtures. The main dining room features an exhibition kitchen where guests can view chefs at work. While those fountains at the front are gone, the two stone structures remain, giving guests a view of the bar.
Guests can find charcuterie and artisanal American cheeses as well as house-made breads and preserves here. Vegetarian dishes get their own special treatment. Find an ancient grain risotto with foraged mushrooms, black truffles and truffle burrata cheese. Sustainable seafood cooked in a stone oven makes the cut. Game birds and pork can be found in the rotisserie. Most exciting, the snack carts ushering Ellamar’s whimsical dishes. Take a look inside.
Peer Inside Harvest, Roy Ellamar's New Restaurant at the Bellagio
Plus you can see the snack carts.