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3355 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Sands Ave.) Send to Phone
Poached Maine lobster is a favorite, especially when dining on Pinot Brasserie's delightful patio.

Lunch & Dinner daily

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Pinot Brasserie, Las Vegas, NV

THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Pinot Brasserie Restaurant Review

: A spin-off of L.A. super-chef Joachim Splichal's Patina family of restaurants, this charmer, decorated with artifacts from French flea markets and antique dealers collected by Joachim and his wife, Christine, looks and feels so French that you know you're in the right place for authentic bistro fare. Splichal's innovative takes on classics, his knack for raising the potato to high culinary art, and his fresh shellfish and lusty braised and roasted meats are legendary. The chef's six-course tasting menu offers a feast of specialties, including garden mosaic of seasonal vegetables and jus with licorice essence; foie gras with scallop, cauliflower and truffle; and pork cheeks with mascarpone polenta, caramelized Granny Smith apple and cider pork jus. Fettuccine with shrimp, pine nuts, roasted tomato and pesto is a favorite entrée on the lunch menu and on the dinner menu comes with braised oxtail, pickled onions and beef jus. Black mussels served in a creamy white wine broth are offered for both lunch and dinner and are served with fries. The fine wine list is also a winner. Belgian chocolate soufflé with vanilla sauce is one of Splichal's signature desserts.
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