Table 10

French Quarter fare in Sin City
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Enter the French Quarter-inspired iron gates of Table 10 and you’ll be treated to a taste of Emeril Lagasse’s Cajun cuisine.

The Food Bar a prime spot to watch the kitchen staff working on recipes such as the traditional gumbo, with bits of Andouille sausage, or the crab trinity, a holy union of snow crab cocktail, lump crab rémoulade and jumbo lump citrus onion salad.

For dessert, order the white chocolate malassadas, doughnut-like cousins to native-to-New-Orleans beignets, with cinnamon sugar and vanilla bean crème anglaise.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • This Las Vegas spot derives its name from table number 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.
  • New York architectural studio Rockwell Group designed the space with purple and gold hues, with different decorations on each wall as an homage to the Big Easy.
  • Table 10’s bar sits directly in the middle of the restaurant, so stopping at the bar seems like only a natural thing to do as you make your way to your table.
  • The mix of Mardi Gras-like decorations, a visible wine rack and clean lines make Table 10 feel inviting, all stemming from that casual New Orleans vibe.
  • The menu at Table 10 is ingredient-driven and high quality, sourced from artisanal producers. A chalkboard inside the restaurant tells you which local producers supply a number of the ingredients, so you’ll know exactly what you’re eating and where it came from.
Things to Know
  • Table 10 is inside The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino on the main casino floor. To get there, take the escalators to The Shoppes at The Palazzo on level two; the restaurant will be located directly ahead.
  • This Las Vegas restaurant is open for lunch daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dinner is served Sunday to Thursday from 5 to 10 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 5 to 11 p.m.
  • This New Orleans-inspired eatery has a smart casual dress code; the upscale restaurant exudes refinement, but doesn’t take things overboard.
The Food
  • Emeril’s restaurants are known for their distinct New Orleans flair, and Table 10’s menu doesn’t disappoint. Dishes at the Emeril Lagasse restaurant focus on seasonality, and even more on immediate freshness with daily specials.
  • The casual, New Orleans-influenced food showcases many of Emeril’s favorite dishes, as well as the executive chef’s choices, such as the fried Great Lakes smelt; it’s not a fancy snack, but the smelt hits the spot as well as any soul food could.
  • On the menu, you’ll see New Orleans traditions, such as a chicken and Andouille sausage gumbo, with more original takes, such as the Iowa-raised whole roasted suckling pig “porchetta.”
  • The desserts at Table 10 include a range of rich, filling favorites and international influences, from the traditional New Orleans bananas foster to the white chocolate malassadas.
The Bar
  • Right smack-dab in the center of the restaurant, Table 10 has a bar that lets you just order a drink or two, or stick around to enjoy an entire meal of the New Orleans cuisine.
  • The geography of the restaurant plays right into the Las Vegas restaurant’s philosophy of offering you great food in an upscale environment, while still keeping things casual; by putting the bar front and center, Table 10 increases the social aspect of the restaurant.
  • Along with ordering your favorite cocktails and beers, Table 10 also has a great selection of wines; just look off to the left side of the restaurant, and you’ll see a wine rack reaching from the floor to the ceiling and down the entire length of the wall.
Getting There
3325 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109