The highly anticipated opening of the Fontainebleau Las Vegas is just around the corner, set to debut on December 13, 2023. This luxurious 67-story, 3,644-room resort will bring a plethora of dining options to the Las Vegas Strip, including 36 restaurants and bars.
Among the lineup of renowned chefs and restaurateurs coming to Fontainebleau are Gabriela Cámara, Masa Ito and Kevin Kim, Alan Yau, Evan Funke, David Grutman, David Rodolitz, and Josh Capon. Guests can expect a combination of existing popular restaurants, as well as exciting new concepts.
One of the standout arrivals is Chyna Club, which will offer an energetic, club-like atmosphere along with a menu of eclectic Cantonese-style dishes crafted by Alan Yau. Another notable addition is Mother Wolf, the beloved LA restaurant by Evan Funke, serving up traditional Italian cuisine such as wood-fired pizzas and handmade pastas.
For those craving Mexican favorites, Cantina Contramar, curated by renowned Chef Gabriela Cámara, will feature tangy tuna tostadas and grilled whole fish, while also housing the Casa Dragones Tasting Room. Looking for an intimate omakase experience? Ito, led by Michelin-starred chefs Masa Ito and Kevin Kim, will tantalize guests with breathtaking views, daily flown-in fish from Japan, and a curated menu of Japanese whiskey.
The Fontainebleau isn’t without its classic offerings either. Don’s Prime, a throwback to the Rat Pack era, will serve up top-quality steaks and tableside preparations, while Komodo, with its bold and energetic atmosphere, will bring Southeast Asian flavors to the forefront.
Other standout dining spots include La Fontaine, a French-inspired fine-dining destination offering daytime brunch and tea service, and Papi Steak, an elegant steakhouse featuring dishes like kosher-style Tomahawk steak and Maine lobster.
With a diverse range of culinary options, the Fontainebleau Las Vegas is set to become a haven for food enthusiasts and a must-visit destination on the Las Vegas Strip.
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