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Its stone-accented dining room, vaulted ceiling, upholstered high-back chairs, and good-naturedly obsequious service, make it actually one of the Venetian’s more elegant restaurants.
Hammy showbiz chef Emeril Lagasse gives the New Orleans touch to this big city–style steak house at the Venetian. Full Review →
Celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse is best known for his talent with Creole cuisine, and at Delmonico he brings this influence to the steakhouse concept. Full Review →
You might well feel that Emeril Lagasse is omnipresent. This incarnation is a steakhouse version of his hard-core classic Creole restaurant. Full Review →
Old Tuscan monastery-style arched ceilings set the tone for Emeril Lagasse's 260-seat steakhouse. Full Review →
A daunting 435 selections of Scottish, Irish, Canadian, Japanese and American whiskies (including bourbons). Full Review →
Also designed by Emeril Legasse is the Delmonico Steakhouse at the Venetian, where big oak doors open into a vaulted ceiling space and Creole-inflected dishes include grilled pork chops with bourbon smashed potatoes. Full Review →
Not a typical steakhouse, this spacious restaurant - with vaulted ceiling and 12ft oak doors - is an update on Chef Emeril Lagasse's New Orleans eatery.
Although Delmonico is TV chef Emeril Lagasse’s Las Vegas version of a classic New Orleans steakhouse, the decor is “modern Tuscan,” in deference to the Venetian’s Italian roots.
Looking for a slight twist on the typical steak and seafood eaterie? We’ve got just the place for you. Full Review →
Emeril Lagasse's "ode to the classic steakhouse" at the Venetian provides "exquisite" meats... in a "tranquil" setting exuding a "laid-back feel." Full Review →
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