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Although the sleek décor at FiAmma may make you think this Las Vegas restaurant is home to the modern cuisine found at haute cuisine temples, this Italian trattoria focuses instead on updates of classic Italian faves. If you love the boot-shaped country’s noodles and spices, then you’ll appreciate chef Pierpaolo Pittia’s impressive menu of housemade pastas, grilled meats and traditional sweets. Standout dishes include Maine lobster gnocchi, short rib ravioli and char-grilled octopus. The sceney fireside lounge offers a variety of signature cocktails and small bites, including Kobe meatballs and arancine (traditional Italian risotto croquettes). Whether you dine on a wood-grilled steak or opt for pasta, make sure to save room for dessert; the crocchette ricotta doughnuts, served with a variety of dipping sauces, are not to be missed.