Where To Eat At The Bellagio Las Vegas- Best Restaurants at the Bellagio Las Vegas (2023)

The Bellagio has a fearsome line-up of dining options. Many of these are Fine-Dining run by various award-winning Chefs and line the Stunning Bellagio Lagoon and offer some of the most wonderful dining locations in the whole City. With so much to choose from it is really hard to know what the Best Restaurants at the Bellagio Las Vegas really are and choosing Where To Eat At The Bellagio Las Vegas can be a tough choice.

Our guide on Where To Eat At The Bellagio Las Vegas will show you all the best dining options in the hotel. From the highest-rated Michelin Starred lake-side dining to the most humble breakfast spot and coffee shop.

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The Dining Line-Up is pretty high-end and even the most budget options are pretty pricy, so while we take a good look at the best the hotel has to offer we look at the cheapest choices and take a look around the immediate area to help you hunt out some much cheaper opinions in case you are looking for a more affordable choice. It is well worth splurging on some of the best restaurants in the hotel, but not for every meal!

We start off with the priciest and bring you the cheaper options nearer the end. We are not really rating the restaurants as individual desires and circumstances mean different options are just more suitable than others. Instead, we just offer an honest description of each outlet so you can decide if it’s the right choice for you at any given time.


Picasso is one of the few Multi-Michelin-starred restaurants in the City. Boasting Two-Stars from when the inspectors last visited Las Vegas (2009) and winner of just about every other award going, Picasso ranks as one of the best restaurants in the whole City.

Julian Serano is a Spanish Chef who trained in the French Classical Style and now lives and works in the United States. He owns and runs three restaurants in Las Vegas and is famed for his contemporary French cuisine with Spanish twists and contemporary twists. What that means is he delivers recognizable dishes in an innovative and unique style. Expect high-end ingredients cooked perfectly in a way you will have never experienced before.

Situated on the Lagoon Terrace the restaurant is one of the most beautiful in the City, the artwork on the walls is REAL Pablo Picasso works (Although a lot were sold ff in 2019 for $109million so the collection is now sparse!)

The MENU DÉGUSTATION is pretty reasonable for Vegas at around $142 with a wine pairing for $93 ($168 – Premium). The Prie-Fixe is also fairly reasonable at $132 with additional supplements for upgrades. Yes, we just called $142 cheap, but for a 2 Star Restaurant in Vegas, that is practically FREE!

While the Restaurant still rests on its two-star laurels we really doubt it would still meet that mark should Michilins inspectors return. Food has moved on a lot since 2009 and the Picasso has not really innovated that much. While a restaurant should not need to do that much if it does the basics perfectly, we just think Picasso would drop at least one of its stars. It still earns the AAA 5-diamond award (one of 4 restaurants in Vegas), so it’s not fallen far, just do not count on modern 2-star standards.

Signature Dishes –

Sauteed Steak Of “A” Foie Gras – It can be a little controversial but Foie Gras this good is melt irresistible.

Roasted Maine Lobster – A deconstructed lobster served with Flying Fish Caviar!

Pan-Seared U-10 Day Boat Scallop – These are Some of the biggest Scallops available delivered to the restaurant in less than a day from the boat, making these Jumbo Scallops seriously delicious!


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Le Cirque only mustered up one star in 2008/9 and for many, this was hard to understand. This ultra high-end french restaurant was the Duel Flagship of the iconic New York Eatery. After the New York venue closed the Las Vegas edition is now the Star restaurant and offers a seriously special dining experience.

With the 8-course tasting menu coming in a $388 + $168 for Wine Pairing, it really ought to, however!

The restaurant’s classic Frech style and phenomenal presentation make dining here a real treat. Every dish is picture-perfect and stunningly presented. Restaurants like Le Cirque and Picasso are really rare and to find two French Restaurants of this caliber in the same location, practically next door to each other, makes for a real stunning lineup of dining options.

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Signature Dishes –

Hawaiian Kampachi – Stunning presentation of the Hawaiian Kampachi (Yellowtail) served cures with edible garnishes, pretty as a picture and delicious to boot.

Truffle Rissoto – WE love Truffles and the Truffle Rissoto makes no attempt to ration the quantities, the small portion of Rissotoo almost has more TRuffle than Rice!

Chocolate Ball – Le Cirques Signature desert in the Chocolate ball and is filled with theater. A bit clique nowadays the Chocolate share Melts when the warm sauce is poured onto its shell.

Michael Mina

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Michael’s Las Vegas Restaurant bears the Chefs name and is the Sister restaurant to his other Name Sake restaurant in San Francisco. Which also holds a Michelin Star.

The Restaurant focus’s on high-end fresh seafood and has an incredible Raw-Bar with Oysters, Prawns, Sea urchins, Clams, and Lobster. Along with a very special array of Caviar ($700+).

The Main menu features incredible seasonal seafood dishes and intricate tableside service. One of the finest Seafood restaurants in the City and well worth checking out. It’s a little more affordable than some of the other high-end restaurants on offer.

The Downside to this eatery is the lack of Fountain View. The Dining room is located down near the conservatory with little in the way of views. However, this is more than made up for by the food.

Signature Dishes –

Ahi Tuna Tartare – Translucent and glowing like Turkish Delight!

Michael’s Lobster Pot Pie – Deconstructed Lobster on Pastry

Grilled Portuguese Octopus

PRIME Steakhouse

We really love a good steakhouse and Vegas is filled with a huge amount of incredible options, with every hotel seemingly having its own House of Cow. The Bellagio’s Offering is PRIME Steakhouse. And while it’s a good one, it actually does not actually feature on our Top Steak Houses in Las Vegas list!

This is not because it is bad, but because we just don’t feel it has a real unique selling point. t offers great Steaks and some fantastic fresh Sea-Food all right by the fountains and despite the odd report of poor service, it really is a faultless eatery.

But so are many of Las Vegas’s Steakhouses and we just feel the competition can offer something a little more unique and exciting. But if you are staying in the Bellagio and want a Steak without leaving the Hotel, you will not be disappointed with Prime!

It is however on the pricier end of Las Vegas’s Steak jints and there is no real reason for that other than you are at the Bellagio!

Signature Dishes –


(Video) Michael Mina restaurant at the bellagio hotel. Best tasting menu on the las vegas strip?


GRAND SHELLFISH PLATTER – Maine Lobster, Jumbo Shrimp, Oyster, Clam & Mussel

Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge

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From here we start to move into the Cheaper restaurants situated along the Bellagio’s Lagoon, these are listed as $$$ rather than $$$$, but still require sizable outlays to dine at. We Start off With the Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge offering high-end Sushi and Japanese cuisine.

The Creator is the Michelin Star award-winning Chef Akira Back, a former Chef at the Kenichi Sushi chain. His own restaurant, Dosa located in Seoul South Korea holds a Michelin Star. Tran under the legendary Masaharu Morimoto (Iron Chef and ex-Nobu Head Chef). Yellowtail offers high-end Sushi in fresh and contemporary style.

The menu looks very familiar and has a small whiff of “Nobu” about it, but with several separate and contemporary ideas. Price-wise it is possible to eat here for less than $100 per person, including drinks if you order carefully and focus on the less costly ingredients, it’s also possible to splurge really heavily on Toro, Lobster, and Kobe Beef. The OMAKASE Menu is Seven Courses and costs $149 per person with Sake Pairing for $60.

Signature Dishes –

Sushi Pizza – Their Signature dish, but we found it a little disappointing. Sashimi on a thin crunchy base

Mile High Roll – Tempura Crab, Avocado, Asparagus, Topped with Mixed Sashimi,
Spicy Ponzu Aioli

Rock Shrimp – Nothing like Nobu’s Spicy Rock Shimp…honest!


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Wolfgang Puck is now a famous Celebrity Chef and owns a host of Chain Restaurants all across the world all proudly brandishing the Wolgang Puck Name. But it all started in a small restaurant in Los Angeles call Spago. This is where he made his name and earnt his first two Michelin Stars (now rescinded), and these are Wolfgang’s REAL restaurants with the others really just being financial ventures.

Spago was one of the first BIG name Restaurants to open a Branch in Vegas and kickstart the Vegas Food scene in a huge way. Now any Celebrity Chef worth their salt has a Second outlet in Sin City, which is why Vegas is so exciting you really can dine in the best restaurants from around the world and sample the Best Chefs, all in the same City.

Until 2017 Spago was located in the Forum Shops but now sits proudly on the banks of the Bellagio Lagoon. Offering ultra high-end Italian Cusine, blended with Fresh Californian Produce it provides a fairly safe menu catering to most tastes. You can even get a Burger here (Brunch)

BRUNCH – We love the Spago Brunch, With bottomless Mimosas, Amazing Brunch Cocktails, and a simpler menu it’s a great place to recharge right by The Fountains!

LAGO – by Julian Serrano

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Julian Serrano’s Picasso is one of the feature restaurants of the Bellagio’s line-up and is widely considered one of the best in the City. But it’s ferociously expensive, which is where Lago comes in. This is a more cost-friendly restaurant run by the highly decorated Spanish Chef.

The concept here is small plates, along the lines of Tapas, but using an Italian Style. This works exceptionally well in the Italian Lakeside setting and offers a varied dining experience where you can share a selection of smaller plates or enjoy s series of smaller courses.

The Dining room and lakeside Terrace are one of the best in the Hotel and the views are incredibly stunning. This really was one the nicest settings we have experienced and the food is seriously incredible.

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The downside, this budget option, is still way outside what most people consider budget but makes a great stop for a light lunch by the lagoon.

The Mayfair Supper Club

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The Mayfair Supper club is a bit of an odd concept really. It’s based around the old Cabaret Supper Clubs of New York, London, and Las Vegas. It’s a really interesting Dining concept and offers all the glitz, glamour, and entertainment of the past.

You can expect a lot more than just a great meal here with live entertainment, lots of people watching, elegant cocktails, and a party that runs late into the night. It is not the most gastronomic of the restaurants available but it offers a lot more than just food!


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Harvest is a fairly new addition to the Bellagio Line-Up. Its aim is to offer a more sustainable dining experience with large amounts of ethically and locally sourced ingredients. While we do think it’s very admirable, we can’t help but wonder where they are locally sourcing ingredients when they are in the middle of a dessert? But, we guess they just mean as local as possible!

The end result is a restaurant that offers much healthier menus that feels more homely than the other fine-dining options. Roast Chicken, Wild Slamnon, and Harvest Flat Breads, it’s all very different and after a few days and nights indulging in the Vegas High-Life, it can be really nice to get some healthier food and maybe even some VEG!

It’s a concept we know will appeal to many and not to others. But it’s nice to know there are some healthier options available should the desire come over you.


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Jasmine is Bellagio’s high-end Chinese Cuisine restaurant. If you think about your local takeaway Chinese, then basically Jasmine could not be further away from this! While a lot of the Menu Items sound familiar, they are not.

High-End ingredients, precision cooking, and stunning presentation manes this feel more like an opulent imperial banquet than a local Chinese eatery. It is not quite on the level of Wing Lei at the Wynn, but it’s not far behind.

A really excellent restaurant and can be enjoyed for a fairly reasonable cost compared t the highest-priced restaurants at the Bellagio, while still retaining a lakeside vista!

Budget Dining at The Bellagio

Here is where things get tricky, The Bellagio has really limited options for cheaper eats. The Following restaurants are all listed as $ price rating but really some of these are pretty pricey options still. Getting anything to eat at the Bellagio is a costly exercise. We do have some tips for nearby cheap eats, however.

Bellagio Buffet

While the Bellagio counts the Buffet as a cheaper option, at $42-$65 per person we are struggling to see this as a Budget option really, it is good value for the huge amount of incredible food, but not budget. We guess if you eat enough then you may not really need to eat again all day, so in that sense it’s budget, but it’s just hard to accept a meal that will cost ver $50 per person as budget.

This Buffet is included in MyVegas rewards and at BOGOF it’s really good value but at full price, while it’s definitely worth the money, it’s just not a budget option.


The line-up is pretty incredible however with endless options to choose from. Chilled and Hot Seafood, including Crab-Legs, Roasted Meats such as Prime Rib, Lamb, and Turkey. Breakfast and Brunch Items and a stunning display of dessert. It is one of the best Buffets on the Strip and a must-visit for anyone staying in the Bellagio.

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Noodles is a basic and pretty tasty option for a quick bite that won’t cost the earth. You are still looking at $20-30 for an entree, but it’s still one of the cheapest options here.

The food is really good and offers a selection of Noodle based dishes such as Beef PHO, Noodle Soups, and Fried Ride Dishes. Really vibrant flavors and fresh ingredients.

Sadelle’s Café

Sadelle’s is a classic American style Diner menu given a rather nice Bellagio Style make-over. One of the best options in the Hotel for Breakfast and Lunch and offers wonderful views of the Bellagio Conservatory.

Pool Cafe

The Pool Cafe is only really an option for those who are using the pool deck and really just don’t want to leave. This sounds pretty specific but on busy days this will equal thousands of people.

The Menu is a pretty good one for an MGM Pool bar and offers a bit more than the usual burgers, Chicken Tenders, and NAchos, all though they are here too. Drinks Prices are pretty astounding, and even a couple of drinks each will land you a $50 bill!

The best thing about the Pool Cafe is the fact you don’t need to leave your sun lounger and the excellent Pool Hosts will happily bring everything you need right to your lounger!

Bellagio Patisserie

The Bellagio Patisserie is a really great place to grab a coffee and a simple breakfast such as a pastry or sandwich. The produce is not cheap but freshly baked and much better than most bakeries in the City. Seating is minimal but take-out is available.

Juice Press

It’s a Juice bar, there is not much to say but a nice re-charging fresh smoothy or juice concoction can be just the thing to revive after a hard night on the Strip.


Again, it’s a Starbucks. Probably the cheapest option in the hotel, and is often our go-to as well it’s cheap and fast so we can get out and hit the City.

Dining Near The Bellagio

The Good News is you are in the heart of las vegas and a whole host of cheaper eateries are right on your doorstep!

Cheesecake Factory – Forum Shops

Our go-to for a nice big American meal at reasonable prices. The Cheesecake Factory is hard to beat. There are also several cheaper options in the Forum Shops and the Caesars Palace.

Ocean One Bar and Grill – Miricle Mile Shops

One of our favorite stops o the strip. 3 for $10 cocktails and a load of really cheap bar-snack options, you can get a great meal and a good evening pre-load in the same place. The Miricle Mile shops is a great place, in general, to get a cheap meal and is just across the street from The Bellagio.

Taco Bell – Planet Holywood

Planet Hollywood has some great dining options and many are really quite budget. The standout for us is Taco Bell…yeah we know, but this is the company’s Flagship store and offers certain things you don’t get at other taco bells, such as alcohol!

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Grand Bizzare Shops – Bally’s

Over at Bally’s, there are a host of cheap and cheerful street food options at the Grand Bizzare Shops, including Burgers, hotdogs, etc…

Linq Promenade – The Linq

Finally, the Linq Promenade has a host of budget dining options. And Irish Pub, Mexican Restaurant, and of course In-N-Out Burger.

Have Your Say

Let us know where you dined at the Bellagio and what you made of the various dining options in the Hotel. Did you sample the finest dining by the lagoon, or seek out the cheapest options in the hotel and in the nearby area? Let us know in the comments, and if you have any questions just fire away!

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What food is Bellagio known for? ›

The Toc, a Lake Como food tradition peculiar of the Bellagio area, was once prepared only for very important celebrations such as weddings and baptisms. The farmers prepared it using what they themselves produced: flour, butter and the cheese made from the milk of their cows.

How many restaurants does the Bellagio have? ›

Bellagio Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas | 12 restaurants on OpenTable.

Does Bellagio have food? ›

Need a quick bite? Then we suggest our most casual fare, including Café Gelato, Palio, Snacks at the sportsbook or The Pool Café. In addition, Bellagio is pleased to offer Cold-Pressed Juice at Café Gelato, Palio, and Snacks which is made without heat for maximum nutrition, taste and freshness.

How much does it cost to eat at the Bellagio in Las Vegas? ›

How much does it cost to eat at The Buffet at Bellagio? Bellagio Buffet prices range from $41.99 to $64.99 per person depending on the meal time and day of the week. Kids pricing is free ages 5 and under, and kids ages 6-11 are 50% adult prices.

What is the dress code for Bellagio? ›

For ladies, the attire is elegant & dressy. For gentlemen, the attire is collared shirts or polos. Shorts, sports apparel, tank tops and open-toe shoes are not permitted. Hours are subject to change.

Do you tip in Bellagio? ›

Tipping is $1-$2 per person per nite at a regular hotel; up to $5 per person per nite at a luxury hotel, which the Bellagio is. Tipping the concierge is not an expectation, but I'm sure is appreciated. I would say use your own discretion, depending on the service provided. We always tip 20% at meals.

Is Bellagio breakfast free? ›

The Buffet Bellagio opens for breakfast Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and only sets you back $17.99. Lunch, offered Monday through Friday, 11:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. is $21.99.

How long can you stay at Bellagio buffet? ›

Buffet 2 hour time limit.

Is the Bellagio adults only? ›

This exclusive poolside experience comes with access to a personal host and elevated amenities, such as complimentary infused water, umbrellas, side table, and misters. The Bellagio Cypress Pool is only for guests age 18 or older.

What is the most popular food in Las Vegas? ›

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  • Chicken 'N' Watermelon 'N' Waffles. ...
  • Banana Cream Pie. ...
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Is water free in Bellagio? ›

The Icon in Action

There is nothing like seeing them in person. The Fountains of Bellagio were destined to romance your senses. It is the most ambitious, complex water feature ever conceived and it's absolutely free for any visitor to enjoy.

Why is Bellagio Las Vegas famous? ›

Palatial inside and out, Bellagio is famously known for the best free show on the Las Vegas Strip: the Bellagio Fountains, where water soars 460 feet above an eight-acre lake as it seemingly dances to popular music and show-tunes, thanks to carefully engineered choreography.

How many days do you need at Bellagio? ›

You can see the town itself in just a few hours, so you can even visit Bellagio as a day trip from Milan. But if you want to experience the best of Lake Como, you should stay in Bellagio for at least 2-3 days.

What is the difference between the towers at the Bellagio? ›

The towers North and South refer to the wings of the Bellagio hotel on the North and South sides of the Lake. Also just beyond the South tower on the Southern side is a parking lot. Behind that parking lot is the "Spa Tower'. The Spa Tower is a bit farther South and set back from the South Tower.

How much money should I take to Vegas a day? ›

So, How Much Money Should I Bring to Vegas? The average visitor spent $1,461 per trip when you add up each category above from the 2021 LVCVA profile survey. That total breaks down to about $318 per day, based on the average 4.6-day trip.

Can you wear jeans in Bellagio? ›

Dressing for the Casino

During the day the rules for men and women are pretty much the same. Shorts or jeans, blouses, sport shirts with collars, and good taste t-shirts are all acceptable. Obviously, clothes should be neat and clean.

Are the robes at the Bellagio complimentary? ›

they are not complimentary and if you take them, you will get charged!

Can I wear jeans at night in Vegas? ›

During the day, things are very casual – it's not uncommon to see people in shorts, t-shirts and flip-flops. But after 6pm, it's time to get your gladrags on. In the evenings, you can expect to see people in smart-casual outfits – jeans, shirt and a jacket, a skirt and top, or a dress are all completely fine.

Does the $20 tip work in Vegas? ›

Sometimes. It depends on how full the hotel is, what mood the hotel clerk is in, and a variety of other factors. I was able to get a view of the Bellagio Fountains from my room at Caesars for a $20 tip, which is better than a simple Strip view.

How much should you tip when you win a jackpot? ›

In most US jurisdictions, any payout of more than $1,200 will be paid in person by a slot floor person. Tipping here starts at about $20 and goes up to between 3-10 percent of the jackpot, depending on the customer.

Do you tip for complimentary drinks? ›

Tipping on free drinks

If you're given a free drink, tip appropriately. The minimum should be tipping as though you paid for the drink. Better yet, add to your tip what half the drink would have cost—if a bartender gives you a free drink that would've been a $10, tip them an extra $5.

Do Bellagio rooms have mini fridge? ›

Yes all of our Guest Room at Bellagio have 1600 watt hairdryers, and bathroom amenities which included Shampoo, Conditioner, Mouthwash, Sewing Kit, Vanity Kit, Facial Soap (Olive Rich), Lotion, and a Shower cap. Refrigerators are not a standard feature, but are available upon request at a charge of $25 per night.

Are there free pool chairs at the Bellagio? ›

Click here. Free seating for hotel guests is based on availability. Guests and visitors may also reserve seating. Indulge yourself in the romantic lure of a Mediterranean-infused al fresco poolside experience.

Do you have to pay for a chair at Bellagio pool? ›

7487 to see if the pool is open. Chairs and Chaises: Provided; they can be reserved one hour beforehand. There is no charge.

Is it better to see Bellagio fountains during day or at night? ›

Best Times to See the Bellagio Fountain

The fountain is best enjoyed at night, so not only are you enjoying the water shooting up into the air, but you also get the complete experience of the beautiful lights inlaid in the fountain.

What time do you have to check out of the Bellagio? ›

What time is Checkout? Standard Checkout time is 11:00 a.m. Does Bellagio offer Late Checkout? Yes, at the time of booking you may select "Late Checkout" which extends your stay until 3:00 p.m. Late Checkout can also be requested by contacting the Front Desk and is based upon availability.

How often does the water go off at the Bellagio? ›

The Fountains of Bellagio is a daily experience in Vegas, with shows every 30 minutes, between 3pm to 7pm Monday through Friday and every 15 minutes from 7pm to midnight. On weekends, the fountains run every 30 minutes from noon to 7pm and every 15 minutes from 7pm to midnight.

Is the Bellagio a 5 Diamond? ›

The WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic is an annual tournament as part of the World Poker Tour that is played out at Bellagio Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Does Bellagio charge for extra guests? ›

Do you charge more for additional guests in a room? For most guestrooms and suites, room rates are based on double occupancy. Up to 2 additional guests can be added at a nightly rate of $50 plus tax per added person.

Are Bellagio pools heated? ›

Bellagio Pool | Las Vegas, NV. Bellagio's five Italian-inspired pools meld luxury and recreation, all nestled in lushly landscaped gardens. Two heated pools, four whirlpools, two lap pools, and an expansive misting system ensure comfortable swimming, year-round.

What should I budget for food in Las Vegas? ›

Average total spend on food on a Vegas trip varies widely, but as of 2021, could be roughly $460. These rates vary, of course, based on a person's spending style and where they're vacationing.

How much is the Bacchanal Buffet? ›

Bacchanal Buffet Prices and Hours
BrunchAdults: $64.99 Kids 4-10: $32.50Fri - Sun: 9am - 1pm
Snow Crab BrunchAdults: $79.99 Kids 4-10: $39.99Fri - Sun: 1pm - 3pm
DinnerAdults: $79.99 Kids 4-10: $39.99Mon - Thurs: 4 - 10pm Fri - Sun: 3pm - 10pm
All You Can Drink$19.99Beer, Wine, Mimosas, & Champagne
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What is Nevada signature food? ›

According to Mashed, Nevada's most famous food is shrimp cocktail. The website explains: "Nevada is a true melting pot, with people from all over the country drawn to the hot, sunny climate and the chaos of Las Vegas.

How much is a bottle of water at the Bellagio? ›

Offers Vero Water to their guests for $3 to $5 per person, with complimentary refills. Of Note: With properties such as the Bellagio, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay and The Mirage, MGM Resorts International is one of the leading hospitality companies in the world.

Does Bellagio allow outside food? ›

Food and beverage is not permitted to be brought into the Convention Area by a guest or any Client's guests or attendees. In compliance with Nevada Liquor Laws, Bellagio is the only authorized licensee able to sell and serve liquor, beer and wine on Hotel premises.

What time does Bellagio fountain start? ›

The Bellagio Fountain schedule is Monday – Friday from 3pm to 8pm every 30 minutes. After that from 8pm to midnight, the Fountain goes off every 15 minutes. On Saturday, Sunday and holidays, the fountain runs every 30 minutes from noon to 8pm and every 15 minutes from 8pm to midnight.

Do famous people stay at the Bellagio? ›

The Bellagio is a classic Las Vegas luxury hotel, and a favorite among celebrities. Some spotted celebs include Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel, and Adrian Grenier. Your best chance to snap an up-close pic is at Hyde, The Bellagio's indoor-outdoor nightclub.

What is on the top of Bellagio hotel? ›

Presidential Suite - Bellagio Hotel & Casino.

What does Bellagio stand for? ›

Bellagio may refer to: Bellagio, Lombardy, an Italian town. Bellagio (resort), a luxury resort and casino in Las Vegas. Bellagio (Hong Kong), a private housing building. Bellagio declaration, an intellectual copyright resolution.

What can I expect at the Bellagio? ›

If art and culture are what you're looking for, the Bellagio has you covered with a Gallery of Fine Art hosting rotating exhibits that have included works by Andy Warhol, the indoor Botanical Garden with rotating and jaw-dropping floral displays, and theater show performances of O Cirque du Soleil (five nights a week).

Is it better to stay in Bellagio or Como? ›

Bellagio is better than Como Town if you want to stay a small quaint village, less nightlife scene but nice restaurants and winebars. What is this? Located right at the center of the Y-shaped lake, Bellagio boasts almost panoramic water views.

How long is ferry from Como to Bellagio? ›

The hydrofoil takes 45 minutes to one hour to travel from Como to Bellagio and/or Varenna. The slow boat takes up to two to three hours to travel from Como to Bellagio and/or Varenna. Click here for the official Lake Como ferry website and for updated prices.

Does the Bellagio have a dress code? ›

For ladies, the attire is elegant & dressy. For gentlemen, the attire is collared shirts or polos. Shorts, sports apparel, tank tops and open-toe shoes are not permitted.

Which rooms at the Bellagio have fountain views? ›

The Fountain View King is a blissful refuge of relaxation with a breathtaking view of the Fountains of Bellagio. This newly remodeled room features soft and reflective tones reminiscent of the sun rising over Lake Como, Italy.

Is Bellagio or Paris better? ›

Paris Las Vegas and Bellagio Las Vegas are both praised by experts. Overall, Bellagio Las Vegas ranks significantly higher than Paris Las Vegas. Bellagio Las Vegas comes in at 98 with accolades from 19 sources including Rough Guide, Star Service and Time Out.

How much cash should you carry in Vegas? ›

The minimum money one needs to bring to Las Vegas while on a shoestring budget is around $40.00 per day. That is $25.00 per day for accommodation and $10.00 a day for self-catered food.

How much do you tip for free drinks in Vegas? ›

Experts offer these guidelines, along with the suggestion to make sure to have cash on hand. ▶ Bartender (and cocktail server): $1 to $2 is suggested for those who serve free drinks to casino players.

How many days in Vegas is enough? ›

A 3-Day trip to Vegas allows just enough time for visitors to get a taste of what the city has to offer – and trust us, it has a lot! On a 3-day Vegas trip, visitors can see the flashing neon lights, eat at celebrity chef restaurants, gamble at flashy casinos and visit top city attractions…and that is just on Day One!

What is the Bellagio hotel known for? ›

With 3,015 rooms in the original tower plus another 915 added in 2004, the Bellagio Hotel and Casino is one of the Las Vegas Strip's largest hotels. Without a doubt, the casino's biggest drawcard is its world-famous water and light show, which takes place on an enormous 8-acre fountain and pool.

What food is popular in Lake Como? ›

As much of Lake Como's culture and activities are focused on the water, so is the cuisine. Fish is a staple of the area with the most popular fish considered to be lavarello, but other often consumed fish include shad, perch, pike fillets, maltagliati, tench, and eel.

Do you tip in Lake Como? ›

The guest then decides whether to pay at the cash register or at the table. After the waiter has returned the change, it is at the guest's discretion to leave tips on the table.

Is one day enough for Como? ›

Lake Como is big and with only one day you will not have enough time to see all of it. The “golden triangle” of Bellagio, Varenna, and Menaggio, along with the villas that dot the shore here, are the best part of Lake Como to visit on a day trip, in our opinion.

How do people dress in Lake Como? ›

Be sure to pack classy, yet breezy blouses, and plenty of sundresses. Jury's out on whether or not shorts are an Italian fashion faux pas, but if you're unsure then simply opt for maxi skirts.

Does the $20 trick still work in Vegas? ›

It depends on how full the hotel is, what mood the hotel clerk is in, and a variety of other factors. I was able to get a view of the Bellagio Fountains from my room at Caesars for a $20 tip, which is better than a simple Strip view.

What time does Bellagio fountain? ›

The Bellagio Fountain schedule is Monday – Friday from 3pm to 8pm every 30 minutes. After that from 8pm to midnight, the Fountain goes off every 15 minutes. On Saturday, Sunday and holidays, the fountain runs every 30 minutes from noon to 8pm and every 15 minutes from 8pm to midnight.


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