Le Cirque Las Vegas

Fine dining under a Vegas big top
The original Le Cirque is legendary because of the spectacular food and the stellar, welcoming service. Le Cirque at Bellagio holds the same exacting standards that storied restaurateur Sirio Maccioni introduced in its East Coast sibling back in 1974.

In the Vegas outpost's vibrantly colored, circus-tent-like Adam D. Tihany-designed dining room, enjoy expertly executed French cuisine with a twist. Le Cirque Las Vegas’ signature dish, the potato-crusted sea bass with a red wine reduction, lives up to its reputation as an outstanding offering. The other dishes here range from tried-and-true favorites like sole meunière to fresh takes on traditional plates, such as the Maryland blue crab with Osetra caviar. Desserts run the gamut from light and airy (a raspberry parfait with champagne gelée) to decadent (a stunning chocolate ball filled with praline mousse, white chocolate ice cream and hazelnut caramel crunch). 

And don't forget about the wine. The impressive list features more than 900 international pours with an emphasis on France's top wine regions.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Le Cirque Las Vegas is located inside Bellagio, the famed Four-Star Las Vegas hotel that’s right in the heart of Sin City. With its prime location near the center of the Las Vegas Strip, Le Cirque is just minutes from all of the city’s most famous hot spots.
  • Chef Jonathan Doukhan's dishes are served in a fun, colorful atmosphere that manages to balance the playfulness of the circus with the refined style of the cuisine.
  • The Five-Star restaurant features some incredibly opulent décor, such as bright and bold colors, a flowing light shade resembling the big top and playful paintings depicting circus scenes.
  • The classic French menu, expertly selected wine list and first-rate service all contribute to the upscale vibe of the trendy yet formal dining experience at Le Cirque.
  • The potato-crusted Mediterranean sea bass is a signature here, but other standout entrees include the rabbit symphony with a Riesling mustard cream sauce and the Japanese wagyu beef strip loin.
Things to Know
  • The dress code at Le Cirque Las Vegas is business elegant, and it is requested that you do not wear athletic clothes or shorts. We’d recommend staying away from jeans and sandals here, too — you are in Vegas, so why not glam it up a bit?
  • Reservations are strongly recommended and can be made two different ways. The first is to simply call the restaurant directly (866-259-7111); and the second is to use Le Cirque’s online reservation system.
  • Children ages 10 an up are welcome to dine at the Las Vegas restaurant.
Business casual
Reservations recommended
Valet parking
Getting There
3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
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