Chef and Ugly Delicious host David Chang’s Majordomo Meat & Fish at the Palazzo brings an 11,000-square-foot restaurant designed by DesignAgency based in Toronto. The restaurant features a bar and lounge to the right of the entrance, a raw bar that leads to the main dining room to the left, a wine room, a second dining room in the back, and a private dining room.
Textured gray tile with black steel windows, walnut trim, and halo-lit brass and neon signs greets diners at the entrance. Punched windows open to a view of the casino floor, and pedestrians entering the resort from the corner entrance can look inside the restaurant. The entrance even features 20-foot high illuminated butcher cases with a dry-aged meat display.
The main dining room features hand-glazed wall tiles, walnut trim, and dark stained wood panels. Custom oversized pendants, a nod to the original Majordōmo in Los Angeles, illuminate the booths and banquettes.
In the bar and lounge, a ship deck floor, black-and-white grid ceiling, and fishhook shaped bar await. Glazed green terra cotta tiles topped by a dark gray concrete line the bar with a terrazzo countertop and a crown of blackened steel, brass, and fluted glass boxes for displaying liquor bottles. Black leather Token Catenary stools line the bar while seafoam-colored upholstered leather booths line the back wall.
The bar also features a curvilinear raw bar with 11 wraparound barstools. Majordomo uses the raw bar as a connection to the dining room and as a way to introduce diners to the kitchen. Table-side trolley service enhances that connection.
A second dining room doubles as the wine cellar with walnut wood wall paneling and bluish-green and black checkered floor tiles from Concrete Collaborative. The low coffered ceiling features inset lighting and illuminated wine displays that give this space a warmer ambiance.
Diners can head through a back-of-house-style service corridor to a second dining room bathed in aquamarine with large fish tanks and an abstract seascape mural by LA-based artist Maggie Chiang.
The back dining room is a bit more intimate with deep blue rib tufted wall paneling and a custom designed table for 12 made from a live edge walnut slab with concrete inlay. Globe pendant lighting by Rich Brilliant Willing, a custom art piece by artist Alabaster Pizzo, and onggi (Korean fermenting jars) by Eunbi Cho round out the room.
Disclosure: David Chang is producing shows for Hulu in partnership with Vox Media Studios, part of Eater’s parent company, Vox Media. No Eater staff member is involved in the production of those shows, and this does not impact coverage on Eater.