Costa Di Mare

TripExpert Score based on reviews in 9 publications
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9 expert recommendations


Afar Magazine

America’s second-largest desert is an unlikely place to find some of the world’s freshest seafood. But anything is possible in Las Vegas, and when chef Paul Bartolotta opened Bartolotta... Full review →



Fussy foodies and Wynn bourgeoisie flock to this bi-level Italian seafood restaurant with view of Jurassic Park-like lagoon.



Fish flown in daily from the Mediterranean—complete with GPS tags, so location, temperature, and other conditions can be tracked along the way—are the hallmark of this elegant restaurant. Full review →


Forbes Travel Guide 92

Italian preparations of seafood usually revolve around the freshest fish available, treated with the simplest of ingredients. Full review →


Frommer's 34

This is the restaurant we are currently most likely to tout in Vegas. Full review →


Gayot 16.0

Carnivores like the pan-roasted, milk-fed veal chop scented with rosemary and juniper, and the seared filet of beef with Sangiovese wine sauce. Full review →


Lonely Planet

At Bartolotta, you can book a private cabana beside the Wynn's striking Lake of Dreams and dine on fresh Mediterranean blue rock lobster under a fluttering white canopy. Full review →


Time Out 71

If you’re lucky, you’ll land a table with a view of the water outside at this posh, but by no means flashy, eaterie. Full review →


Travel + Leisure

The establishment is renowned for its fresh whole fish, flown in daily from the Mediterranean, as well as its homemade pastas. Full review →

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