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Spago Las Vegas

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Main Dining Area

Wolfgang Puck’s flagship restaurant, Spago has a new home at Bellagio. Taking over the spot left by the closing of Olives, Spago is a wonderful addition to the hotels lineup of restaurants. More accessible then many of the fine dining experiences at Bellagio, Spago combines Puck’s farm-to-table philosophy with excellent service and an elegant atmosphere to provide an experience we think most will enjoy. Spago also features al-fresco dining on a prime spot on the side-lines of Lake Bellagio. Dinner with a fountain view? Yes, please!

We recently visited for lunch and ate in the main dining area. The 3 course prixe-fix meal for $39 (not listed on the restaurant’s web site) immediately jumped out as great value. As can be seen by the photos, we weren’t disappointed. We loved that the portion sizes were manageable. Who wants to waste an afternoon in Las Vegas stuck in bed in a food coma?

Grilled Ribeye at Spago

Grilled Chicken Sandwich

The Bar Area at Spago. They stop serving lunch at 2:45, but the bar remains open for guests to order from their bar menu.

The prixe-fix menu also offered the choice between an assortment of ice creams or sorbet, or a half dozen chocolate chip cookies. We went with the cookies, which were served warm, and these bite sized treats quickly disappeared before we had a chance to take a picture.

Overall, after it’s 25 year run at Caesar’s Palace, it’s great to see Spago back on the Strip. If you are looking for a top ten lunch experience, or romantic al-fresco dining with views of the Bellagio fountains, Spago comes highly recommended.

The Bellagio Las Vegas, 3600 Las Vegas Blvd. (702) 693-8181 wolfgangpuck.com

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