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Chef Guy Savoy’s Brioche and Pastries Fittingly Arrive at Paris Las Vegas

Brioche by Guy Savoy opens at Paris Las Vegas

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Brioche in a wrapper
Brioche feuillet
Laurence Mouton

In the midst of a pandemic, chef Guy Savoy managed to open his third restaurant in Las Vegas, this time a duplicate of his pastry shop already found at Caesars Palace.

Brioche by Guy Savoy brings another quick-service restaurant, this time at Paris Las Vegas, featuring pastries made in house daily. The specialty here, the brioche, comes in variations that can come stuffed with mushrooms, Parmesan, and nuts, or sweet candied fruit and Nutella. The newest location sits next to the Paris Las Vegas hotel lobby and offers just a taste of Savoy’s flaky French pastries at an affordable price.

Savoy, who also has his Eater 38 Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace, says the pastry gives customers a sample of the extravagant work that goes into his dishes at the French restaurant. “You must first try a brioche. They are the result of hours of work into one delicious pastry,” he tells Eater Vegas.

The pastry shop is so much more than just brioche. Muffins, butter croissants, and pain au chocolat join quiche Lorraine, cheddar and broccoli quiche, and a ham and cheese croissant on the menu. Side options include yogurt cups, fresh fruit, or chips.

The bakery serves La Colombe coffee, as well as cappuccino, espresso, latte, café au lait, and wine and beer options.

“The opening of the second brioche location at the Paris Las Vegas is the result of the great success of the first one,” says Savoy, who originally opened his Caesars Palace location in 2016. Sebastien Polycarpe, who was the executive pastry chef at Restaurant Guy Savoy for more than six years, oversees the bakeries. “He started this project with Alain Alpe, general manager of Restaurant Guy Savoy [in] Las Vegas. With key learnings from opening Brioche at Caesars Palace … the quality of the product is in good hands.”

The additional locations of his bakery have helped boost his customer base at the French restaurant. “Many guests who tried Brioche end up dining at Restaurant Guy Savoy and vice versa,” he says.

While neither location of Brioche by Guy Savoy offers a secret menu, Savoy says the dishes change with the seasons.

Brioche by Guy Savoy, near the Paris Las Vegas hotel lobby and front desk. Open daily from 6 a.m. to midnight.

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Restaurant Guy Savoy

3570 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 731-7286 Visit Website

Paris Las Vegas

3655 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Brioche by Guy Savoy

3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S. , Las Vegas, NV 89109 Visit Website

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