Sadelle’s Takes Its Famed Bagels and Lox to Las Vegas
A taste of NYC is coming to Sin City.
Sadelle’s, the restaurant and bakery that raised the stakes for bagels, sticky buns, and smoked salmon in downtown New York, is heading to one of the most rarefied locations on the Las Vegas Strip.
Major Food Group’s Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick are opening an outpost of the all-day restaurant this December at the Bellagio casino-resort. Expect everything from hand-rolled bagel breakfasts to leisurely lunches with smoked-fish towers and high-roller dinners with caviar service and Roumanian steak.
Sadelle’s, which debuted its New York location in Soho September 2015, is also known for over-the-top brunches with a side of big city swagger. No doubt things will get increasingly over-the-top with Bloody Marys, seafood salads, and much more at weekend brunch in Vegas.
“This is going to be the greatest iteration of an all-day café and brunch experience that Las Vegas has ever seen,” Zalaznick shared with Food & Wine. “We’re replacing the café concept at Bellagio and upgrading breakfast, lunch and dinner with the soul of Sadelle’s. There are a lot of great options for dinner in Vegas, of course, but there aren’t many for breakfast and lunch.”
This is Las Vegas, so you’ll be able to eat late-night or come by in the early morning for caviar.
“It’s whatever you want, whenever you want,” says Zalaznick, who points out that Sadelle’s already has all-day caviar service in New York. Everything we do in New York involves spectacle, and we’ll take it even further in our new Las Vegas home.”
Sadelle’s will be in what’s currently the Café Bellagio space, next to the Bellagio Conservatory.
Original post appeared on Food & Wine.
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