Designer Gelila Puck, celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck’s wife, collaborated with architects Massimiliano Locatelli and Annamaria Scevola of CLS Architetti to create a space that allows diners at every seat in the house to capture their own views of the fountains.
The design includes work from Las Vegas artist Katie Lewis, who created a series of 20 topographical map images inspired by the Nevada desert landscape. One wall of the restaurant is dedicated to “Hugging a Black Hole, Hoping One Day to Forget,” a piece designed by Jacob Hashimoto, known for his three-dimensional wall hangings inspired by his Japanese heritage.
Diners can head to the patio for al fresco dining. Seats fall under a circular and covered outdoor patio for a front-row views of the fountains by day or night.
The main dining room features floor-to-ceiling windows with their own views of Bellagio’s lake from any seat in the house. Two chandeliers accent the room’s modern art pieces, while rich hues of black iron, velvet walnut, and polished gray accents add a contemporary feel.
Diners initially walk into the restaurant through the bar and lounge, outfitted with brass fixtures, smoked-oak wood floors, leather chairs and couches, and a wine cellar at the front. The velvet-accented bar separates the bar from the dining room.
Another opportunity for a view of the fountains? One of two private dining rooms, each seating up to 20 guests. The private rooms feature translucent glass panels with white sheers that can filter the sun or the privacy.