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To arrange a culinary excursion through chef Pierre Gagnaire’s fusion food fantasy, call Twist by Pierre Gagnaire directly from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday, or book a reservation online through the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant’s OpenTable site.
Keep in mind that while the restaurant suggests reservations, they aren’t required. And you won’t be charged any fees, should you have to back out. It’s best to make reservations at Twist by Pierre Gagnaire well in advance, though we dined there, our table was booked for a Wednesday night just five days in advance, but don’t press your luck.
Twist by Pierre Gagnaire’s dining room seats only 62 diners at a total of 22 tables, with two complete seatings per night. That means it can be tough to come by a table, especially on the weekends, as Twist by Pierre Gagnaire serves some of the most inventive and original cuisine you’ll find in Las Vegas. One such example is the Grand Dessert, which features five small sweets inspired by French traditional patisseries, including the Amelie, made of green tea opaline, lemongrass ganache and glace royale citron. Again, to avoid any broken hearts or disappointed stomachs, be sure to make your reservation at Twist by Pierre Gagnaire well in advance of your desired time and date.