Restaurant Reboots: Everything Old Is New Again in Las Vegas

Restaurant Reboots: Everything Old Is New Again in Las Vegas

Julian Serrano’s Lago opened in 2015 with Italian-inspired tapas to complement show-stopping views of the Bellagio fountains, best enjoyed on the open-air patio. Eight years later, the restaurant is modifying the format by tightening up the menu and offering larger format dishes like Osso Bucco with saffron risotto, whole branzino served tableside, and ribbon-like tagliolini tossed in butter, parmesan, and lemon. The cocktail program was revamped entirely. Notably, many recipes now include Italian spirits, amaros, and liqueurs. A modified Paloma is given a bitter touch of Campari, while a Negroni uses a bright, refreshing strawberry gin. Skip dessert in favor of an espresso martini flight with cheesecake, chocolate, hazelnut, and vanilla as the featured flavors. Other changes are more subtle, like new staff uniforms and colorful custom plates.
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