Officially announced as a third-level summer arrival at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Red Plate’s “unparalleled dining experience” is now looking to a fall debut.
Replacing chef Scott Conant’s shuttered Italian concept D.O.C.G. Enoteca, the space sits between Beauty & Essex and Conant’s other former Italian restaurant Scarpetta.
Executive chef Yip Cheung will oversee Red Plate’s multi-regional Chinese cuisine, moving upstairs from his position at the resort’s Talon Club, specialists in catering to a high-end gambling clientele. So far, only roasted meats, Chinese hot pot, and handmade dim sum have been revealed for the menu.
Marnell Companies alongside Celano Design Studio, a pair of talented teams familiar to Las Vegas, will create a “striking exterior” to “entice guests with curved, champagne-colored walls contrasting black metal and brass detailing.” The entryway will lead to a bar and lounge and a dining room lined with “luxurious red banquettes.”
An exact opening date has not updated. On the second floor, the resort is also pushing for “early fall” launch of its highly anticipated six-tenant, Block 16 Urban Food Hall.
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