Sadelle’s, the vintage-style restaurant straight from New York City, opens at the Bellagio today. The all-day dining experience converts the former Bellagio Cafe into a breakfast-centric morning, power lunch spot mid-day, and a dinner experience at night right in front of the resort’s Conservatory and Botanical Garden as the backdrop.
The all-day breakfast menu includes cheese blintzes, blueberry pancakes, avocado toast, omelets, eggs any style, and more. Caviar comes with soft scrambled eggs, salmon, or lobster Benedict.
After 11 a.m., diners can order tuna melts, crispy chicken sandwiches, roasted salmon, or blackened rib-eye steak. Warm lobster gets the table-side treatment.
A pastry cart roams the room with bear claws, sticky buns, chocolate babka, jelly doughnuts, and a range of cookies.
Sadelle’s plans to serve hand-rolled bagels in everything or salt that come out fresh from the oven on batons in place of bread service. Salmon and sturgeon towers replete with all the fixings including tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, and capers draw crowds ogling their size.
Major Food Group, the company behind the Italian captain-service restaurant Carbone at Aria, brings this new restaurant that includes a little New York dazzle to go along with exclusives just for Vegas.
Sadelle’s, Bellagio, 3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702-693-7075. Open from 6 a.m. to midnight daily.
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