Picasso

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Location: Bellagio , Lakeside
Price: Over $75
Cuisine: French
Style: Fine Dining
Ages: No Restrictions
Reservations: Available
More Info:Reservations Recommended
Monday 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Thursday 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Friday 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Saturday 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Sunday 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM
notes: Closed Tuesdays

Picasso is named for the famed Pablo Picasso and the food is flawlessly prepared to be reminiscent of the areas where he spent most of his time, Spain and France. Chef Julian Serano, presents entrees that can only be described as art.

Picasso is named for the famed Pablo Picasso and the food is flawlessly prepared to be reminiscent of the areas where he spent most of his time, Spain and France. Chef Julian Serano, presents entrees that can only be described as art. These artistic creations are served while you dine among the Picasso paintings in a room decorated finely enough to deserve such famous artwork. Seafood, steaks, and chops are among the elegantly offered creations. A prix fixe menu is available to provide an ideal dining experience. The wine list boasts 1,500 European selections to complement your dining experience. This is a AAA Five Diamond Award winning restaurant.

Choose from the pre-theater ($75), prix fixe ($115), dégustation ($125) or vegetarian ($125) menus.

  1. Always excellent! Great Setting!!!!
    - June 16, 2013

    This restaurant is one of the best in Vegas. I’ve been here at least 4 times now and look forward to going every time I’m in Vegas. Not only is the food delicious but the presentation is exquisite. If you are lucky enough to dine on the patio at night you will have an unobstructed view of the fountains and even feel the mist. If dining inside you have many paintings by the master himself to enjoy. Paintings worth Millions $$$$ just a few feet from you or closer if you are seated in the right place. A true one of a kind restaurant! It is higher priced than many but I personally think it is well worth it. It’s like a fine dinner, show, and museum rolled in to one.

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