A dash of roaring ’20s-inspired supper club with West Hollywood roots takes over the former Alex space at Wynn Las Vegas in spring 2020. Delilah, the glossy restaurant and lounge decked out in plush seats, serving big dinners, and enticing with bottle service is coming to Las Vegas.
L.A.’s h.wood Group — which runs The Nice Guy, Peppermint Club, Poppy, Petite Taqueria, and Bootsy Bellows — brings the dinner with a party to the space with its Hello, Dolly staircase that converted into the Chairman’s Salon.
The Hollywood Reporter says servers wearing white jacket tuxedos and flapper dresses, and a band playing on stage set the entertainment vibe of the space set to be designed by Todd-Avery Lenahan of TAL Studio, who also designed Andrea’s at Encore Las Vegas. The Art Deco-inspired restaurant includes “Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired palm tree columns.”
In Los Angeles, the supper club serves baby back ribs, spaghetti squash primavera, roasted chicken, a veal chop marsala, and salmon en croute for entrees.
The two Michelin-starred French restaurant Alex from chef Alex Stratta closed in 2011.
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