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The best table at Bouchon would have to be table 63, which is right near the patio, but still in the main dining room. Here, you’ll get a sense of both parts of the restaurant, with views of the outside (and a touch of the weather if the French doors are open) as well as the rest of the dining room and bar. Sitting inside will allow you to appreciate the details that make the dining room feel more like Europe and less like Nevada, like the pewter-topped bar and the blue fleur-de-lis-patterned floors. At the coveted table, you’ll hear the trickling fountains outside, without having to endure the dry desert heat. But regardless of where you sit, you’ll get to enjoy Thomas Keller’s French cuisine with American influences in an elegant bistro setting.