Al Solito Posto James Trees Tivoli Village Al Solito Posto

Al Solito Posto

Tivoli Village
420 S. Rampart Blvd. #180 (Alta Dr.)
Las Vegas, NV 89145
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Cuisine: Italian / Pasta
Read the full review and see a photo gallery of Al Solito Posto, another chef James Trees masterpiece set in Tivoli Village featuring Italian classics, handmade pasta and an extensive beverage program.
Openings: Dinner nightly, Brunch Fri.-Sun.

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Al Solito Posto, Las Vegas, NV


Al Solito Posto Restaurant Review:



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About the restaurant: Chef James Trees (Esther's Kitchen, Ada's Wine Bar) named this restaurant Al Solito Posto, which means "in the usual place." The dining room is decked with a fabric sculpture on one wall, tall dark green columns, large windows and hanging Edison light chandeliers. The bar lounge stands out for its voluminous selection of spirits with hundreds of bottles on display on both sides of the bar.

Food & Drinks: Your meal begins with complimentary house-made focaccia bread served with roasted garlic and olive oil. You could make a meal out of the numerous insalata and antipasti selections, like arugula salad with radishes, goat cheese fritters and lemon vinaigrette. Handmade pasta is well represented by rigatoni alla vodka enhanced with Calabrian chili and basil. Entrée choices include melt-in-your-mouth whole fish (orata, also known as sea bream) with pine nuts, tomatoes and capers. If you’ve saved room for dessert, you can indulge in bombolones filled with lemon, Nutella and raspberry. The beverage program includes about 150 wines mainly from Italy, Napa and Sonoma; more than 100 choices of bourbon, rye and single malt; dozens more of tequila, mescal, rum, amari, gin and vodka; and more than a dozen signature cocktails like the El Solito with Spicy Lunazul Tequila, Cocchi Americano, fennel, cucumber, lime and Chareau Aloe.

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