Trattoria Reggiano

Streetside trattoria fare at the Venetian
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Experience what it’s like to dine in a Venetian streetside trattoria at Trattoria Reggiano.

With just three booths and about a dozen tables, the casual Italian restaurant presents a more intimate dining experience, with several situated out in the canal walk of The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, giving you plenty of people-watching opportunities.

The bruschetta pizza combines two Italian dishes you already love, while the linguine Bolognese and eggplant parmigiana remind you of how mom used to make them — if she were a terrific Italian cook with a better wine selection.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • It’s easy to walk right past Trattoria Reggiano if you’re not looking for it, but the small size and location combined with the casual dress help evoke the sense of a little taste of Italy.
  • Trattoria Reggiano simulates a true Italian trattoria — an intimate space with just three booths, a handful of tables and a visible kitchen inside, plus a couple of café tables out on the canal walk.
  • Pictures of the owner’s family and friends hang on the walls in dark wood frames that match the dark wood cabinets, booths and chairs inside the dining space. The whole dining area might be smaller than your own living room, but that’s part of Trattoria Reggiano’s charm.
  • The street-side tables at Trattoria Reggiano provide a great chance to people-watch as tourists stream by through the Grand Canal Shoppes, all while you enjoy casual Italian cuisine at a great price.
  • This trattoria serves food that you might find in an Italian home — simple dishes filled with regional ingredients. Expect hearty Italian fare at Trattoria Reggiano — all with a casual, relaxed vibe.
Things to Know
  • Trattoria Reggiano has a casual dress code, so you can check your collar at the door (or the patio, for that matter) and enjoy the traditional Italian cuisine in comfort.
  • If you sit down for drinks, a starter, entrée and dessert at Trattoria Reggiano, you will probably spend somewhere between $50 and $75, plus tax and tip. Of course, you can choose however many courses you want from the à la carte menu, making your meal as large or as small as you desire.
  • The yellow-hued walls and green awning might not stand out brightly, but for what the Las Vegas restaurant lacks in size and ornate details, it more than makes up for in food and service.
The Food
  • Trattoria Reggiano has a slew of familiar starters, such as fried calamari and a caprese salad, as well as a few originals like the warm spinach salad.
  • Pastas include Baked Ziti, Linguine Bolognese and Pesto Gnocchi; and entrées include Eggplant, Chicken or Veal Parmigiana, Grilled Salmon and a variety of pizzas — you can even create your own pizza from the list of toppings.
  • You’ll have a few desserts to choose from, including the housemade Ricotta Cheesecake, Tiramisu and the house specialty Cannoli.
Getting There
3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109