Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar on the Eastside shut down temporarily on June 30 in order to make a few renovations to the dining room and lounge.
Once the restaurant reopens on July 5, diners can expect to find new liquor displays, bar top, tables, and chairs for a more contemporary look in the lounge area and dining room.
Last fall, one of the oldest Italian restaurants in Las Vegas brought in new contemporary décor, featuring clean lines and soft cream walls with dark wood finishes, replacing its previous Old-World-inspired scheme that used overstuffed upholstery and heavy draperies in gold, orange, and burgundy.
The relaunch on Friday kicks off a new summer regional menu series for the restaurant as well. Every two weeks, chef Francesco DiCaudo creates new, four-course menu made from dishes from a different Italian epicurean locale. All menus are priced at $49 per person and select bottles of wine, chosen by Ferraro’s sommelier to complement the featured menu, will be offered at special values as well. As a result of the closure for remodeling, the next menu, spotlighting Trentino, will be offered July 6-11.