The Palazzo has a number of fine dining options, in my opinion the jewel in the crown is Carnevino. Carnevino’s head chef is Mario Batali (yes, that guy from the Food Network) and the menu is fine Italian with an emphasis on steak. In fact, many would call Carnevivo the best steakhouse in the state of Nevada. In addition to the 8-months dry-aged steaks you can get delicious Italian salads and vegetable dishes as well as handmade pasta.
If you are interested in a more American take on the steakhouse, you can visit chef Wolfgang Puck’s CUT, which Bon Appetit called one of the three best steakhouses in America.
If you aren’t in the mood for steak, you could always go to Sushisamba for a totally unique blending of Brazilian cuising and traditional Japanese sushi or head to Emeril Lagasse’s Table 10 (yes, that other guy from the Food Network). Table 10 offers Emeril’s unique take on New Orleans style Southern food with an emphasis on fresh ingredients. Try the shrimp and grits or the candied bacon for a unique treat.
Of course the Palazzo is also packed with more affordable and casual dining options. The highlight might be Zine Noodles Dim Sum, featuring delicious authentic dishes inspired by Chinese, Taiwanese, Vietmanese and Szechuan cuisine. Make sure to also try the Grand Lux cafe and for dessert, head over to the Espressamente Illy for one of their 54 flavors of fresh handmade gelato and a great cup of Italian espresso.