Lago by Julian Serrano

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Mediterranean

Bellagio, the Italianate hotel with the massive lake, is one of the most grandiose statements on the Las Vegas Strip. In a bold move, the somewhat overwrought space has lightened things up with Lago, featuring a crisp white design by Munge Leung that celebrates early 20th-century Italian Futurism. Ask for one of the tables on the new patio that sit nearly right atop the fountains for Michelin-starred chef Julian Serrano's tapas-style Mediterranean-inflected dishes such as an exceptional red wine risotto, simply grilled langoustines, and crudo with blood orange.

Lago by Julian Serrano
3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S.Las Vegas, NV United States
866-259-7111

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