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With high-concept food and a high-altitude real estate, Twist by Pierre Gagnaire has a fitting business-casual dress code. Jackets are suggested for gentlemen who dine in the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant, though they aren’t required. When we ate at Twist by Pierre Gagnaire, people came in various states of dressiness; older diners kept with tradition, with men in jackets and women in dresses. The younger guys in the room wore collared shirts and slacks, with the ladies in cocktail dresses. You don’t need to come in tails, but we’d still recommend reserving your best Vegas outfit (within modesty, of course) for dinner at this restaurant. You’ll want your attire to be as upscale as the fusion cuisine, which combines the finest ingredients from around the globe in inventive and flavorful ways. Twist by Pierre Gagnaire is chef Pierre Gagnaire’s first outpost in the United States; if you’re familiar with the master’s work, then you’ll know to get primped and scoot up to the 23rd floor of Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas for a one-of-a-kind meal.
The dress code at Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Twist by Pierre Gagnaire is business casual. One should come dressed to impress at the upscale restaurant, which is located on the 23rd floor of Five-Star Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas. When I dined there, I wore a cocktail dress with jacket and heels. Women can wear that or opt for pants (or skirt) with a blouse. Men should wear a button-down shirt, jacket, pants and classic loafers. If you’re on a date, make sure you snag a seat by the window so you can have a view of the well-lit Strip at night. Gagnaire’s French cuisine is stellar so leave it up to the chef and go for the seasonal four-course tasting menu with accompanying wine pairing.