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With 15 restaurants on the property, ARIA Resort & Casino offers a full range of dining options, whether you're looking for a latte, all-you-can-eat crab legs or a composed tasting menu.
The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel is home to six fine dining restaurants helmed by celebrity chefs and restaurateurs. Each is fitting for a night out, whether you choose sushi at Chef Masa Takayama's BARMASA or a ribeye at Jean Georges Vongerichten's Jean Georges Steakhouse. In true Vegas style, the restaurants' interiors are as well-designed as their menus — check out the moody glam of Shawn McClain's Sage. Sirio offers homestyle Italian by Le Cirque owner Sirio Maccioni in the caffe or more formal dining room, while Julian Serrano is the Picasso chef's ode to a vibrant tapas bar.
For a more casual meal, swing by the 24-hour ARIA Cafe, serving a menu of sandwiches, pizza and even chocolate fondue. Modern Thai food is offered at Lemongrass, and if you want a quick bite on the go, the luxury hotel has options including Jean Phillippe Patisserie and The Roasted Bean coffee shop.
If you're in the mood for a real spread, ARIA offers an updated take on the Las Vegas tradition — the buffet. The stylish space feels more like a bona fide eatery than a cafeteria and features favorites like crab legs and sushi, as well as cooking stations that dish out customized pasta and omelets. A tandoor oven is fired up for fresh naan and Indian dishes, and you can cap off your meal with an impressive array of sweet creations by pastry chef Jean-Philippe Maury.
With such a plethora of restaurants that please the palate at ARIA, guests will love the resort’s new winter 2014 addition, Bardot Brasserie. The French-themed restaurant is another one of chef Michael Mina’s savory creations — try the signature Bardot burger with Comté cheese, caramelized onions and bordelaise sauce. The venue, which will sit in the space of his former restaurant American Fish, promises to have an open kitchen and a cocktail program that will put a spin on drinks such as the Sidecar.
ARIA is home to a range of delectable culinary options from world-class dining to the all-you-can-eat buffet. Enticing new concepts from some of the world's most critically acclaimed chefs and restaurateurs include Jean Georges Steakhouse from world-renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Sirio Ristorante from the legendary Sirio Maccioni and chef Julian Serrano's first namesake restaurant, Julian Serrano. For the first time, chef Masayoshi Takayama brings his unrivaled mastery of Japanese cuisine to Las Vegas with BARMASA. Also new to Las Vegas, James Beard Foundation Award-winning chef Shawn McClain introduces his innovative, artisanal cuisine at Sage. ARIA also offers classic Chinese cuisine at Blossom. For casual dining at ARIA, guests can enjoy the Thai restaurant Lemongrass, ARIA Cafe, The Buffet, Jean Philippe Patisserie and The Roasted Bean.