One of the Strip’s most venerated and long serving restaurants has set an opening date to a return to action, following a few weeks of extensive makeovers to update the 20-year—old interior.
Still to officially announce its return plans, Delmonico Steakhouse from celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse is now taking reservations beginning at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, December 24, and is also planning to serve dinner on Christmas Day.
Helmed by chef de cuisine Ronnie Rainwater, a two-decade veteran of working alongside Lagasse, its classic American steakhouse menu is infused with New Orleans-style touches inspired by Lagasse’s culinary roots.
During the hiatus, Delmonico shared that culinary team was experimenting with a new pasta maker to create “some amazing dishes for when we reopen.”
Delmonico, revered for its inventory of more than 700 globally sourced whiskeys, filed an estimated construction budget of $743,000 to upgrade the 11,430-square-foot space’s lighting, finishes, kitchen equipment, and interior.
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