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Jasmine's Fountains Brunch Turns Out the Lights; Lago Takes Over Service

Plus Lago starts serving lunch.

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Say goodbye to Jasmine’s Fountains Brunch at the Bellagio. Sunday, Aug. 30, marks the last day the restaurant offers the roaming Peking duck cart, omelet station, buffet and dessert room.

In its place? Lago, Julian Serrano’s restaurant at the Bellagio, picks up service.

Starting on Sunday, Aug. 30, Lago’s three-course brunch launches for $38. It starts with a basket of pastries including zeppoles, bombolones, cinnamon rolls and more.

Then guests choose a dish from the antipasti menu such as raviolone, a pasta pocket filled with truffle ricotta and topped with an egg yolk and summer truffle butter sauce; shredded salmon salad with apples, candied walnuts and pesto; or duck and polenta with braised pulled duck meat served with cheesy, soft polenta.

Then order Serrano’s Italian twists on brunch staples such as eggplant parmesan Benedict; Nonna’s frittata made with baked eggs, fresh vegetables and mozzarella; and pizzetta with Italian cured granciale, ricotta and egg yolk.

For dessert, order tiramisu, panettone pudding or Nutella crespelle.

Brunch is served Sundays from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Lago also starts serving lunch on Friday. Again, it’s a prix fixe with three courses for $28. Dishes include lasagna verde with four cheeses and spinach; insalata di mare with shrimp, lobster, clams, calamari, scallops and julienned vegetables and tossed in a light grapefruit dressing; polpettone, a panini with house-made meatballs, tomatoes and mozzarella sandwiched between focaccia bread; or pistachio-crusted salmon served with grilled tomatoes, rapini and drizzled with red wine sauce.

Lunch is served Mondays through Saturdays from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Lago

3600 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (866) 259-7111 Visit Website

Jasmine

3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S. , Las Vegas, NV 702-693-7223

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