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Sinatra is a time-traveling trip back to an era of supper clubs with clinking glasses and the roar of the crowd in the background. You expect to see Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. sitting in a corner table in the large dining room with it’s deep red tablecloths, beige walls and large portrait of Ol’ Blue Eyes on the main wall. (It acts as sort of an unofficial host.) A pair of 9-foot-tall crystal beaded obelisks made in Sicily in the 1920s welcome diners. The walls are also covered in large mirrors, which are fitting for a place where the famous in Vegas arrive to see and be seen. The dining room is inviting with a large crystal chandelier hanging from the ceiling and big-backed chairs that are actually comfortable. There is also an outdoor garden portion of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant for dining alfresco. It looks like you’ve stepped into a real Italian garden complete with red tablecloths, red chairs, deep red flowers, white stately columns, manicured green bushes and a large roaring fireplace.