Delilah, the Art Deco-themed supper club from Los Angeles-based h.wood Group, now plans to open on May 13 at Wynn Las Vegas, pairing a dash of roaring ’20s-inspired supper club with West Hollywood roots. The restaurant takes over the former Alex space with an upper-level bar for 40 at the entrance, a cascading staircase to the restaurant and entertainment, and bottle service options.
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 after Alex, the two Michelin-starred French restaurant from chef Alex Stratta, closed in 2011.
Servers wearing white jacket tuxedos and flapper dresses and a band playing on stage set the entertainment vibe of the space designed by Todd-Avery Lenahan, Wynn’s president and chief creative officer.
While dishes such as the chicken tenders, burger, and carrot soufflé arrive from the West Hollywood menu, WWD Daily reports that new cocktails and bites, table-side presentations, and sharable plates add to the menu.
As for the entertainment, diners can expect singers and dancers during dinner service, which changes over to a deejay late at night. Composer and musician Ryan Cross brings jazz on Sunday nights.
The supper club plans to be open every Wednesday and Thursday from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. and Friday through Sunday from 5 p.m. to 4 a.m.
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