Restaurants At The Venetian

The Venetian offers a wide variety of dining experiences, which, as you might expect, includes several Italian restaurants. The most famous is Mario Batali’s B & B Ristorante. Created by Batali and winemaking partner Joseph Bastianich (from MasterChef!), B&B combines classic and adventerous Italian cuisine with perfect wine pairings. Try the Beef Cheek Ravioli or Summer Squash with Salsa Verde for a special treat. Rounding out the Italian dining experience are Canaletto, with a strong emphasis on the rotiserrie and grill and Valentino, specializing in homemade pasta and steaks. If you are interested in trying some of the best Italian seafood to be found stateside, check out chef Zeffirino Belloni’s Zeffirino restaurant.

If you get tired of Italian food (a problem I’ve never had), you can try AquaKnox, an exceptional fresh seafood restaurant. Have an incredible New-Orleans style steak dinner Emeril Legasse’s Delmonico Steakhouse. For traditional French food, have some fresh escargots at Bouchon. The award-winning Tao Bistro serves amazing creations influenced by Hong Kong, Japanese and Thai cuisine, try their famous peking duck. Or if you just want great all-American comfort food, head to chef Wolfgang Puck’s Postrio Bar and Grill.

For a more relaxed and budget-friendly meal, check out the Canyon Ranch Cafe or the Grand Lux Cafe, a sister restaurant of the Cheesecake Factory. The Otto Enoteca Pizzeria lets you get a taste of Batali/Bastianich Italian cuisine in a more casual, affordable setting. You can also grab a burrito at the Taqueria Canonita. If you’re ready for desert, head to the Tintoretto Bakery for delicious Italian-style baked goods.