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Picasso at Bellagio Las Vegas

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Flavorful dishes, such as Roasted Pigeon and Foie Gras au Torchon, along with a one-of-a-kind setting, which features original Picasso art pieces, make Picasso a can’t miss restaurant for guests of Bellagio.

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Sunday Closed

Monday Closed

Tuesday Closed

Wednesday 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Thursday 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Friday 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Saturday Closed

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(702) 693-8865


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Picasso | Las Vegas Restaurants

Drawing inspiration from the regional cuisine of France and Spain, Picasso is one of the most expensive restaurants at Bellagio, but the dinner is truly worth the price if you are willing to spend it. This Five Diamond Award-winning restaurant offers you the finest French cuisine in an atmosphere that deserves a cover charge. Original Picasso paintings and ceramic works are arranged throughout the restaurant to give visitors a priceless visual experience.

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255 Points

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My girlfriend came to US, and she loves French food and also good atmosphere. I immediately thought of this restaurant, made reservations for the outdoor patio and was not disappointed. The view of fountain show was excellent, food was extremely good but wine pairing was a bit weak, also the light exploded at the table and all staff did was move broken lamp away, it was not until later that we realized a piece was lodged in my gf's sweater but I guess staff just wanted to gloss over it. Also disappointing was the fact that even though we fully complied with the dress code, they let a couple jokers at the next table in sport shoes and sweatpants, what is the point of dress code if you don't enforce it? Pleasant experience, but overated for the price if they neglect the finer details.

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253 Points

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OK, first of all, if you don't have 2+hours for this one meal. Don't go there. We spent 2 hours and 28 minutes waiting for them to serve appetizers to desserts. The time between each course is 15-20minutes. Nothing special about the food maybe it's just not our type of food. We were quite full though. It's very dark inside…We were taking naps while waiting for the food. I saw other people and couples playing on their phones while waiting on their food lol. So boring…

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1317 Points

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Birthday dinner was great. Loved their waguy beef, not equal to Kyoto but close enough. Their cocktails are very delicious but expensive. We sat nearby the window and looked the bellagio fountains. Little bit loud but atmosphere was good.

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721 Points

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Great place for special dinner and view of the fountain. They have heaters on the patio when dining during winter time. Menu changes from time to time with veggies and sauce, but not too drastic. Protein basically stay same. From my experiences, their service is always great and sincere. Some other fancy places are a little pretentious. We ordered tasting menu. They are very flexible here, will allow you to order different items from the rest of your group. This is important when you want to try and share. Portions are generous, more than a “taste”. A la carte is available if you don’t want 4-5 courses dinner. Must order item is quail salad(not pictured). If you want patio table, book the early dinner…unless you’re a high roller.

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589 Points

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I spent a couple of days at the Bellagio for a self care birthday trip, and I booked Picasso weeks in advance to be the last meal before heading out. And I’m glad I did. Service, phenomenal, the sommelier brought passion to every pairing—making the premium up charge all the more worth it, and the food. If there is one dish to order here…it is the Roasted Pigeon. There is no place better to serve Pigeon in the US. The only pigeon dish the could surpass Picasso’s is the one at Clown Bar in Paris. I know for many ordering pigeon could be a little intimidating, but you will not regret it. The experience, the wines, the unbelievable service, the exquisite venue, and most of all the food will be eternal, cherished memories. Thank you, Picasso. Chef’s kiss!

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f9p3hLA, CA

927 Points

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We had the patio seating which was amazing! Looking at the fountain and enjoying an artsy meal, it would be the ideal vacation and wonderful experience. However, I would say given the quality of food, its a bit overpriced comparatively speaking. Don't take me wrong, food is still tasty, way above the bar, (especially the iberico) but I would expect some more surprising element for an exquisite dining experience, especially with the name of a great artist.

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