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Dough House

5875 S. Rainbow Blvd., Ste. 104 (Oquendo Rd.) Send to Phone
Chef Carla Pellegrino has returned to Las Vegas bringing her culinary talents for Italian cuisine with a French flair.


Open Mon.-Tues. 5:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m; Wed., Thurs., Sun. 12:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m,; Fri.-Sat. 12:00 p.m.-2:00 a.m.
Open late
  • Parking lot
  • Dress code: Casual
  • Entertainment: Live music in bar
  • Full bar

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Dough House, Las Vegas, NV

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Dough House Restaurant Review

About the restaurant: Dough House marks the Las Vegas return of chef Carla Pellegrino, who brings her prodigious culinary talents for Italian cuisine. Her previous posts include serving as the first executive chef of Rao’s at Caesars Palace, in addition to television appearances on “Top Chef,” “Throwdown with Bobby Flay” and others. The 4,243-square-foot space of Dough House in the Eldan Center boasts an exterior with 32-foot Roman columns. The main dining room is decked out in white tones with white marble-like flooring, padded booths, curtains, tablecloths and ceiling offset with brown chairs, cocktail bar and a grand piano.

Food & Drinks: The menu bills itself as being “Italian with a French flair,” which brings together chef Pellegrino’s training (Brazilian-born, Italian-raised) and culinary training. There are classic pasta creations such as penne alla vodka with Italian ham, vodka, San Marzano tomatoes, a touch of cream and penne noodles. Seafood lovers will like here the seafood salad stocked full of calamari, lobster, shrimp, jumbo lump crabmeat, celery, red bell peppers and Taggiasca olives in citronette; and halibut pan-seared in grape tomatoes and caper berries served over sautéed spinach. Carnivores will want to go for the 14 oz double pork chops Neapolitan-style served in white wine with sweet and hot cherry peppers; or steak pizzaiola --- 17oz. NY strip steak in EVOO sautéed cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, Taggiasca olives and fresh oregano --- both served over mashed potatoes. Desserts are unique and creative with the likes of Sicilian cannoli with fresh ricotta, Italian candied fruit, chocolate drops, Amarena cherries and caramel sauce. Complementing the fare is a small collection of wines mainly from Italy, France and California, plus cocktails.

Chef Carla Pellegrino

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