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I stayed in the Aria Resort and Casino while I was in Las Vegas just recently. While flipping through the hotel binder (Does anyone else do that?? I'm a travel nerd so yes I do read the... Full review →
Julian Serrano is one of the few star chefs in Vegas who's actually spending time in his kitchens: before, the much-lauded Picasso.
Most of the food at Executive Chef Julian Serrano's eponymous restaurant is served tapas-style, so prepare to order a bunch of small plates. Full review →
You can do some great people-watching at Julian Serrano. Full review →
Serrano is most famous in Vegas for his Picasso restaurant at Bellagio, a place that paved the way for all of the ultraexclusive, large-check restaurants that came after it. Full review →
The space, which opens wide onto the lobby of the Aria Resort & Casino, is inspired by the vibrancy of the chef's native Spain. Full review →
The dining and drinking options of Aria are arranged in themed groups. At the resort's southern entry is the hip Union and adjacent Deuce Lounge. Full review →
A splash of sunset colors stolen straight from Ibiza enlivens this sociable tapas bar, positioned for prime people-watching just off ARIA's hotel lobby. Full review →
Superb and very stylish tapas restaurant, adjoining Aria’s main lobby.
Serrano serves up Spanish cuisine at its sexiest at his colorful new tapas restaurant at CityCenter’s Aria. Full review →
Julian Serrano's tapas restaurant serves up great pan con tomate, rafts of toasted bread rubbed with tomato, garlic, and grassy olive oil. Full review →
Less expensive than its northerly sib, Picasso, this Spaniard by "master chef" Julian Serrano purveys "tapas as they should be", with a menu of "sublime" small plates. Full review →