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Found at the top of the Palms hotel the Alize restaurant has the one of the most spectacular views in Las Vegas. Alize has the perfect romantic dining setting to impress your date or loved one.


This restaurant is known for its extensive wine selection and large wine cellar with vintages dating back to the early 1800’s. They have recently done a 2 million dollar renovation to this restaurant. It is located at the Monte Carlo hotel.

Bonjour French Restaurant

The Bonjour is a charming Las Vegas neighborhood restaurant featuring traditional French cuisine. It’s a popular choice among many locals in the area.


This restaurant blends art and atmosphere perfectly to create a sophisticated and beautiful dining experience. It’s located at the Venetian Resort on the Las Vegas Strip.

Marche Bacchus

This cozy French restaurant has a romantic interior and delivers tasty food at a great value. There is a full wine store on site and the restaurant offers a $10 corkage fee.

Mon Ami Gabi

Located at the Paris hotel the Mon Ami Gabi features a charming dining area inside and if you can, try to grab one of the sidewalk tables.


Get ready for a unique dining experience in a restaurant with no menus. That’s right, waiters recite the offerings and specials of the day and carefully explain each dish to their customers.


You can find China Spice at the Green Valley Ranch Resort in nearby Henderson. You’ll find a large and very delicious menu and a great value.

Alize Las Vegas

Alize Las Vegas


Located at the top of the Palms hotel, with floor to ceiling windows, diners have a 320-degree view of the valley. Arguably, Alize has the best view of Las Vegas. The view on the inside is one to behold as well. Each table is elegantly set with china, crystal, and handcrafted flower vases and glass candle holders.

Chefs Andre Rochat and Jacques Van Staden hold nothing back in freshness, quality, and flavor either. Each plate is designed to tantalize all your senses. The stuffed and breaded portabello mushrooms, sautéed muscovy duck breast, and the Grand Marnier soufflé are sure bets. Alize also offers special menus for holidays and groups.

If you’re looking for a sophisticated, classy, and sensual restaurant, Alize is it. Therefore, be sure to take a look at Alize’s dress code. The commonly accepted dress code of Las Vegas (casual and/or skimpily clad) isn’t going to fly here. Parents should note that Alize does not provide accommodations for children under 12, nor do they offer a children’s menu.

Cuisine: French

Prices: $51 and over (there’s a minimum charge of $45 per person)

Reservations: yes, by phone 702-951-7000

Be sure to ask for any special tables when you make your reservation

Attire: Jackets and ties are not required; however jeans, t-shirts, and tennis shoes are not acceptable. Ladies are requested to wear modest apparel.

Best Table: Any next to a window. Requests for specific tables are accommodated on a first come-first served basis, with the final decision going to the Maitre D’.

Wine list: over 1,200 international wines, many rare, high mark-up

Ports and cognacs (some dating back to the 1700’s) are also available.

Sample Menu:


Smoked Scottish Salmon with Sour Cream and Chive Blinis, Green Asparagus Salad, Egg Mousse and Caviar Lemon Vinaigrette

Kobe Beef Carpaccio with Roma Tomato Confiture, Basil Pesto,

Shaved Manchego, Banyuls Reduction, White Truffle Oil and Grilled Baguette

Breaded Portabello Mushroom Stuffed with Sautéed Beef and Caramelized Vidalia Onions, Spinach with Parmesan Cream Sauce and Garlic Chips

Escargots de Bourgogne – Traditional Imported French Escargots in Garlic Herb Butter


Classic French Onion Soup au Gratin


Phyllo Wrapped, Baked Anjou Pear and Roquefort Cheese Salad with Lollo Rosso Lettuce, Spicy Pecans and Vanilla-Pineapple Vinaigrette

Variety of Heirloom Tomato Salad with Apple, Cantaloupe

and Buffalo Mozzarella, Baby Arugula, Basil, Aged Balsamic Vinaigrette and Argan Olive Oil


2lb. Live Maine Lobster – Grilled, Steamed, Roasted or Thermidor

Pan Seared Pacific Salmon with a Fricassée of Fava Beans, Yellow Corn and Enoki Mushrooms with Sautéed Potato, Crab Salad and Dijon-Dill Sauce

Ahi Tuna Seared Medium Rare with Sautéed Foie Gras and

Roasted Porcini Mushrooms, Glazed Haricots Verts, Pearl Onions,

Watercress and Shallot-Verjus Sauce

Sautéed Muscovy Duck Breast with Pan Roasted Baby Artichokes,

Pink Radishes, Spinach and Toasted Almonds, Duck Confit,

Creamed Spring Onion and Cherry Reduction

“Veal Four Ways” – Veal Sausage with Truffle and Pistachios,

Fingerling Potato Salad and Arugula Pesto; Sautéed Veal Loin with Morel Mushroom and Parmesan Coulis; Roasted Leg of Veal with Tomato Aioli and Sweet Garlic Confiture; and Braised Veal Cheeks with Potato Purée and Preserved Lemon Salad

Pepper Crusted Filet Mignon with Wild Mushroom and Potato Croquette, Asparagus, Zucchini and Cognac Cream Sauce

Duo of Herb Crusted Rack of Lamb with Sweet Carrot Purée,

Green Peas, Caramelized Pearl Onions and Roasted Leg of Lamb

Shaved Thin with Dijon Mustard Vinaigrette and Pinot Noir Sauce


Chocolate or Grand Marnier Soufflé

Homemade Graham Cracker and Toasted Marshmallow Topped

with a Warm Mocha Brownie and Served with Chilled Espresso Tiramisu

Chocolate Fondant with Caramelized Bananas and Creamy Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

Hours: daily, 5:30-10pm

Alizé Restaurant

Top of the Palms Casino Resort

4321 W. Flamingo Road

Las Vegas, NV  89103

702-951-7000 restaurant

702-951-7002 fax

Picasso Las Vegas

Picasso Las Vegas

Picasso Restaurant

Combine original Picassos (totaling over $30 million), the famous Bellagio fountains, vibrant flowers, with exquisite food and you get the Picasso. Award-winning executive chef Julian Serrano completes your sensory experience with what can only be described as edible works of art. Diners may choose between a four-course prix fixe menu and a five-course menu degustation. The bonus is Julian Serrano is actually in the kitchen, a unique feature in the upscale Las Vegas restaurants. Picasso is one of the finest restaurants in the world and is an opportunity not to be missed.

Picasso has received the distinquished AAA Five Diamond Award of Excellence for 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006. Restaurant reviewers for the popular Zagat Las Vegas Restaurant Survey voted Picasso “Most Popular Restaurant” in Las Vegas in 2002.

Cuisine: French-Spanish

Prices: Four-course prix fixe menu, (French for “fixed price”) $90; five-course menu degustation, (French for “a tasting or sampling”) $100

Reservations: recommended by calling (702) 693-7223

Attire: Jackets are recommended. No smoking.

Best Table: any in the front that face the Bellagio fountains and the Paris Las Vegas casino’s Eiffel Towel

Wine list: extensive but with high mark-up, corkage, $35

Sample Menu:

Poached Oysters Garnished with Osetra Caviar, Sauce Vermouth

Warm Quail Salad with Sautéed Artichokes, Pine Nuts

Boudin of Fresh Lobster, Shrimp and Scallops with Sofrito and Nantua Sauce

Sautéed Filet of Black Bass with Saffron Sauce and Cauliflower Mousseline

Sautéed Filet of Center Cut Medallions of Australian Swordfish

with Court-Bouillon Sauce and Fresh Herbs

Roasted Pigeon Crust of Honey, Walnuts and Almonds with Wild Rice Risotto

Sauteed Filet of Canadian Halibut with Purple Peruvian Potatoes Carpaccio and Mushroom Duxelle

Aged Lamb Rôti with Crust of Truffles and Au Jus

Hours: Wednesday-Monday, 6:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Closed Tuesday

Reservations Recommended by calling (702) 693-7223

Picasso Restaurant

Located at the Bellagio Hotel

3600 Las Vegas Blvd. South



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