Star chef Thomas Keller has dreamed up his version of a French bistro, and it’s appropriately elegant and tasteful, yet completely comfortable (the original is in Napa Valley). The room, designed by Adam Tihany, is spacious and simple, trimmed in dark woods against white walls and brass rails, and feels like an authentic brasserie. The dress code is Las Vegas chic, meaning that just about anything goes. Men in suits sit next to tourists in jeans and flip-flops, and everyone focuses on the simple flavors of the food. It’s not about pretentious, tiny eats at Bouchon; it’s about a solid meal of bistro standards, from steak frites to roasted lamb in thyme jus. Every dish comes with pommes frites, which is a good thing, since these French fries are revered as some of the best in Las Vegas. A casual brunch on weekends on the patio overlooking the pool and its sunbathers is a good way to get some fresh desert air.

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