Four years after its debut at Caesars Palace, world-renowned chef Guy Savoy is expanding his quick service, French pastry concept across the Strip and moving into an appropriate setting at the Paris Las Vegas resort.
Officially announcing a November debut, paperwork for the counter-service Brioche by Guy Savoy was first filed last December and appeared on schedule for a summer opening. The 462-square-foot space will sit next the reception lobby, a few steps from the porte-cochère and through the doors of the main entrance.
Assigned an estimated construction budget of $229,146 back in January, Brioche will follow the lead of the Caesars Palace original and serve a “grab-n-go” menu, but offer no immediate seating.
Pouring Coperaco coffee and importing Savoy’s sweet and savory brioche creations filled with mushrooms, peanut butter and jelly, Parmesan cheese and nuts, or sweet candied fruit and pralines, the current Caesars menu also offers French baguettes prepared with vegetarian, ham and cheese, and turkey and Swiss ingredients, plus a selection of muffins, breads, pastries, and cookies that can all be paired with a glass of Champagne.
Future opening hours at the new location have not been revealed. Restaurant Guy Savoy, the chef’s only restaurant outside of Europe, has returned to full service in the Augustus Tower at Caesars Palace, open 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday.
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