Las Vegas' fresh Italian spot
Preparing authentic Italian cuisine comes easy for chef Antonio Minichiello of Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas’ Veranda restaurant.

Growing up in Naples, Italy, the talented toque learned a thing or two about the well-loved cuisine. And now, he can be found in the kitchen of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel whipping up a variety of authentic, fresh fare.

With seasonally changing menus, a new look (the restaurant underwent a $1 million refresh in September 2014) and a new name, Veranda will give you a real Italian treat.
Our Inspector's Highlights
• Thanks to Engstrom Design Group, the stylish eatery now includes an eight-seat communal table, which is perfect for traditional family-style meals; eclectic light fixtures; and an open wood screen that “separates” the front of the restaurant from the back.

• Also expect to see chairs with orange seats, light blue leather banquettes, wood tables and earth tones in the carpeting. (The patio offers wicker chairs and is surrounded by lush greenery.)

• But should you just want to pop into the bar for a drink, choose from super-chic textured leather bucket stools or a banquette with a striking hot pink and green swirl pattern to enjoy your wine in comfort.

• Known for its handmade pastas and items like braised beef short ribs, Veranda continues to push Italian cuisine to the next level.

• If you show up a little early for a dinner reservation and don’t want to wait around inside Veranda, you don’t have to. Just walk a couple of steps over to Press, the hotel’s indoor/outdoor lobby bar and sip on a Cloud 9 (caramel Maker’s Mark, salted caramel ice cream and house whipped cream) before indulging in your appetizing meal.
Things to Know
• Directly outside of the Italian restaurant you will find charging stations where you can hangout and juice your cell phone back to 100 percent.

• The Las Vegas restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and diner seven days a week. Enjoy your morning meal from 6:30 to 11 a.m. Monday through Friday, or from 7 to 11 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

• Lunch is available seven days a week from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m., while dinner is offered daily from 5 until 10 p.m. Enjoy a daily happy hour at the bar from 5 to 7 p.m.

• This Italian eatery suggests a casual dress code, ensuring your comfort no matter what season you choose to dine.
The Food
• Whenever you dine at this Las Vegas restaurant, you can look forward to menus filled with seasonally fresh dishes.

• Start your meal with antipasti, like Sicilian meatballs or beet carpaccio with roasted sugar beets and ricotta, citrus rainbow carrots, candied hazelnuts and passion fruit vinaigrette, or salads (poached pear or burrata caprese).

• Signature pastas include handmade saffron tagliolini in a parsley-maresauce or from-scratch cavatelli with chiodini mushrooms.

• Other delicious dishes span the menu as well, such as the citrus-glazed salmon with king trumpet mushrooms and roasted chicken with organic creamy polenta.
Getting There
3960 Las Vegas Boulevard, South, Las Vegas, NV 89119
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