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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Fellini's at the Stratosphere

2000 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Baltimore Ave. & Oakey Blvd.) Send to Phone
Dine on classic Italian fare amidst evocations of that nation's popular tourist sites.

Dinner nightly
Open late Fri.-Sat.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Fellini's at the Stratosphere Restaurant Review

: In keeping with the simulated al fresco ambience of this Italian fantasy, a tiled cobblestone street leads guests to a series of cozy dining rooms decorated to evoke places such as Venice, with its Bridge of Sighs; Rome, with its Spanish Steps; and Sicily, with its colorful waterfront. Among appetizers are garlic cheese bread, chilled tiger prawns on a bed of baby field greens, filet mignon carpaccio and a variety of imaginative salads. Creative pizzas are also favorites. Among pastas, we like the penne tossed in a three-cheese sauce with lobster meat, asparagus and lemon zest. Entrée winners include chicken paisano --- boneless breast of chicken stuffed with sausage and ricotta, then topped with marinara sauce and mozzarella; scaloppine of veal Marsala; and herb-marinated Australian lamb chops with a rosemary-and-mint glaze. Pleasing as well are steakhouse selections that include cuts of Australian Wagyu, bone-in rib-eye, filet mignon, bone-in Kurobuta pork chop and New York strip. Save room for the homemade tiramisu. (Formerly Fellini’s Tower of Pasta.)
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