The Galleria at Sunset is full of optimism and confidence these days and dining is important part of their faith in the future. Construction work is still very evident, but at least one of its upgrades can be tried very soon.
Bravo! Cucina Italiana is set to debut their popular brand of "upscale affordable" Italian dining on May 28, among "fun, family-friendly Roman ruin decor." That includes mock-damaged columns and walls decorated to appear weathered and decayed. Bravo! is a sibling restaurant to Brio Tuscan Grille already found at Town Square and Tiviloi Village.
Delayed twice by work on its substantial footprint, the much-anticipated Larsen's Grill now hopes to premiere their upscale steakhouse experience around June 1. At their first location outside of California, Larsen's will serve seafood and familiar steakhouse fare, plus their specialty of dry aged meat, slow seared at 500 degrees.
An Eater Vegas tipster was the first to reveal the upgrades don't end there. Gen Korean BBQ House is confirmed to be building their first sizzle-your-own-steak concept outside of California. Guests cook their choice of meats and vegetables on their table's center grill and add Korean "ban-chan" or side-dishes. Plywood is up, but no further announcement about the restaurant has been officially revealed.
Across from Bravo! sits the forthcoming Sugar Factory, however no arrival date for their casual American menu has been announced either. It will be the last remaining Sugar Factory restaurant in the Las Vegas region after the shuttering of their branches at Town Square and Paris Las Vegas.
In the food court, DJ's Taco Bar is now open, the latest expansion from HIG Management. The taco outpost can already be found on the Strip at the Hawaiian Marketplace and downtown at the Neonopolis' International Eatery.
And for desert, Florida-based Le Macaron has promised they will eventually be bringing their fancy gluten-free macarons to the Galleria sometime this year.