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Table 10 has a smart casual dress code; the upscale restaurant exudes refinement, but doesn’t take things overboard. The Las Vegas restaurant derives its name from table no. 10 in Emeril’s Restaurant in New Orleans, where each night ended with the staff discussing new ideas at that specific table. That history transfers over to Table 10 in The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino, where you’ll find a casual, New Orleans eatery with some of chef Emeril Lagasse’s favorite foods, and a few of the executive chef’s favorites, too. The decorations throughout the restaurant help keep up the casual, but smart vibe, with the chef’s jackets proudly displayed behind glass on one wall — though Table 10 doesn’t actually have a jacket requirement. So feel free to come dressed as you feel comfortable; just leave the bathing suit at home.