Say so long to Cafe Bellagio, the three-meal restaurant at the Bellagio. The restaurant officially closed over the weekend to make room for Sadelle’s, the all-day restaurant and bakery that takes over the space overlooking for gardens and conservatory at the Bellagio in December.
Major Food Group, the company behind the Italian captain-service restaurant Carbone at Aria, brings this new restaurant that plans a little New York dazzle to go along with exclusives just for Vegas.
Thomas Design Group originally create Cafe Bellagio, an airy bistro with views of the pool and botanical gardens with 488 seats. Vital Vegas originally reported the closing in a tweet.
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. Chopped salads, sandwiches, and New York classics along with cheese blintzes, babkas, and an egg and cheese sandwich round out some of the fan favorites. The vintage-style restaurant even offers a weekend brunch.
The New York location, which opened in 2015, features a tight menu of roasted salmon, trout Franceska, and spicy fried chicken on the supper menu. A triple-decker sandwich comes piled high with turkey, roast beef, or salami. The short menu includes pigs in a blanket and veal pelmeni for starters.
In the meantime, Harvest by Roy Ellamar takes over the breakfast and lunch duties at the resort, serving daily from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. New York steak and eggs, a Bellagio classic omelet, and a half-pound Angus burger make the expanded menu.
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