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For the best table at Tintoretto Bakery, we recommend sitting on the patio area of the Las Vegas restaurant, which gives you a full portion of people-watching to go with your cup of coffee or croissant. Of course, you can fill up on more than just caffeine and pastries— the casual Italian restaurant also serves a prix fixe dinner menu. But if you’re in a European mood and feel like lingering over an espresso or cappuccino, you should grab a table out front along the canal walk and order your drink of choice. Tintoretto Bakery offers a relaxing reprieve from the breakneck pace you’ll probably have during your Las Vegas visit — so take time to sip a cup of coffee here at any time of day.