About CarneVino Italian Steakhouse - Palazzo Hotel
Palazzo Hotel and Casino
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich, James Beard's Most Outstanding Restaurateurs of 2008, bring you their first ever Italian Steakhouse! CarneVino endeavors to deliver the premier steak experience in Las Vegas. With soaring 16 foot ceilings and Italian marble and wood touches, the handsome and spacious rooms are designed in the style of a classic Italian Castella, where serving the highest quality product with our first-ever international wine list creates an experience unlike any other. The menu focuses on our very own BBL Beef and its minimum five week dry aging process, rounded out with various source-verified meat, fish, and poultry, classic and inventive regional pastas, and unique spins on traditional steakhouse appetizers and sides. Join us for high-energy but luxurious dinner in any one of our dining rooms, or drop by the Taverna on a whim to kick back and watch the game with our more casual menu, featuring our very own CarneVino Burger!
Steakhouse, Italian, Wild Game
Hours of Operation:
Taverna: 12 noon - Midnight Pre-Theater: 5 pm - 6:30 pm Dinner Seating: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Spring Mountain Rd/Sands Ave.
$50 and over
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Carnevino is sprawling, multi-room restaurant designed for Vegas-sized crows and appetites.
CarneVino Italian Steakhouse - Palazzo Hotel Ratings and Reviews
This restaurant was recommended by multi ...
This restaurant was recommended by multiple colleagues and friends.
The first round of drinks were slow to arrive to the table. The grilled octopus and calamari were very well done. The waiter stated the bone-in ribeye was awarded Las Vegas's best ribeye for the last 5 years and best in the US the last three. It was very disappointing as it severely lacked in flavor. The side dishes were mediocre. Would not recommend as there are much better steaks and restaurants to choose from.
I had to take a very important customer ...
I had to take a very important customer out to dinner and this restaurant was perfect! There were 12 of us and I took the liberty to order everyone appetizers and dinner and everything was amazing!! The ambiance was nice and quiet enough to have good business discussion.
The service was IMPECABLE! Probably the ...
The service was IMPECABLE! Probably the best service I have experienced in MANY years on the LV Strip. Chiefy was our server...ask for him and you will thoroughly enjoy your time with him. His back waiter was fantastic as well...I just cannot remember his name!
I've been wanting to try Carnevino for some time...but unfortunately the food was only good. Definitely not great or memorable as I would like to expect from such a dining experience. The $152 ribeye was not even close to as good as the similarly sized ribeye at Del Frisco...which is also less than 1/2 the price at about $70.
If Chiefy worked at Del Frisco, I would ask for him every time and I'm there frequently. However, considering I spent over $700 for dinner for four, the food should have been MUCH better. Probably wont be back unless someone else is buying!
The food was delicious, the restaurant e ...
The food was delicious, the restaurant environment was nice, however the service left a lot to be desired. It took an exceptionally long time to get cocktails or any beverage for that matter. We only saw our waiter to take our order, bring our food, and bring us the bill. I was extremely excited to try this restaurant while visiting Las Vegas, and I was thoroughly disappointed.
I had a large group for a business funct ...
I had a large group for a business function (30 people). The wine list presented to me had not one bottle for less than $100 and those that were priced at $150 I could buy for under $40 in a store. I asked for a better price given that we would have 20 bottles or so consumed over the evening. Not interested. I had asked for appetizers to be split over our two tables. Not well done - missing several plates on the one table.
Yes the food was good, but ultra price gouging was the word of the day. Disappointing experience. I won't be back with a large group. Ever.
We have ate at Babbo and Lupa in NYC. Th ...
We have ate at Babbo and Lupa in NYC. Those two restaurants are fantastic. This one in Las Vegas does not hold a candle to those two. The food is ok at best. Wine list is good. The high ceilings and large open space does not make this intimate dining.
All in all I will not be adding this one to the Mario Batali restaurants I love and would visit again.
Great reserva cut..!! Aged for 8 months, ...
Great reserva cut..!! Aged for 8 months, we had rib eye and Porterhouse so we tried and it was amazing... but remind it the riserva has a funky character but is good funky taste if you are into dey aged meats. Will go back again guaranteed
The food was really good but not worth t ...
The food was really good but not worth the high price in my opinion. I'm okay with paying $70 for a piece of steak, but this wasn't worth it. If you're looking for high end steak, go to Gordon Ramsey's steakhouse At the Paris. Same price, better quality. Also the ambience here was off putting. It's an upscale shirt and tie settings and candlelit tables, yet there was heavy rock music blaring from the speakers because our table. It was odd to say the least. I do have to say the service was exceptional.
This restaurant is extremely nice and ha ...
This restaurant is extremely nice and has great ambiance. Although I was not crazy about the two sides I ordered (spaghetti squash and sautéed mushrooms), the filet mignon was second to none. I highly recommend this place.
Having chosen this restaurant for NYE we ...
Having chosen this restaurant for NYE we were extremely disappointed with the service and overall experience. While our specific server did everything he could to make the situation better, his hands were tied by ineffective management who were more concerned with avoiding any customer contact than remediating the situation.
We were placed in what was essentially a serving area next to a champagne fridge of which the door was almost always open. My wife was pushed several times by servers and their trolleys even after being repeatedly asked not to. We were finally moved to another are of the restaurant - after 90 mins of uncomfortable dining - the steak (which they are allegedly famed for) was fatty and unpleasant.
After several requests we were finally 'allowed' to speak to the manager who assumed removing 2 glasses of Malbec from the bill would in some way rectify the situation ( this was following hastily emptying a $300 dollar bottle of wine as quickly as possible!)
Overall a very unpleasant experience for myself and my wife on NYE, which we had specifically travelled to Vegas to enjoy - will not be returning to this restaurant even though we stay in the Palazzo on an annual basis
We were VERY disappointed with Carnevino ...
We were VERY disappointed with Carnevino this visit. My wife and I live in So. California, and travel to Las Vegas often. We dine at Carnevino quite often, and this trip we really looked forward to our favorite meal, the Carnevino pork chop and our favorite side, fregula. The ravioli we had two weeks ago was a favorite side as well. We got there on time, were seated late, and told that because they needed to move over a thousand people through the restaurant that night we were only allowed to order from three price fixe menus. None of them contained any of the things we liked, and we thought (and talked) about leaving, but since we probably couldn't get in anywhere else with no notice, we stayed. The food was not even of average quality on this visit, and after the tip it cost almost $400.00 for the two of us. We have two business functions (dinners) set up at Carnevino in late January, and I am instructing my assistant to find another restaurant. I think the restaurant should have warned us ahead of time about the changes, and let us decide if we indeed wanted the "banquet rubber chicken" or not.
We were there on New Years Eve. First s ...
We were there on New Years Eve. First steak was over cooked and my friends was cold. My Second steak was cooked properly but friends still cold. Service was very slow 3+ hours for 4 of us to dine. The manager did not seem very good at dealing with our misfired steaks. Waiter was nice and pleasant. However, for the $$$ we paid it was very disappointing.
This restaurant was amazing----starting ...
This restaurant was amazing----starting with the grilled octopus appetizer and ending with a box of homemade truffles. The wine was outstanding even though I ordered by the glass because my husband does not drink wine---the selection was large and tasted divine.... Best bone in ribeye I have ever eaten...
Absolutely fabulous. Prices are up there ...
Absolutely fabulous. Prices are up there, but really worth it. We had a beautiful antipasto with prosciutto di Parma, burrata mozzarella and beets. Followed by the signature ravioli. Finally, my wife had the duck breast which was fabulous even well done... ;) and I had the New York strip. A special shout out to our waiter Anthony who was so genuinely passionate about the food and philosophy that it almost felt as if Mario Batali was there himself. One small improvement, if you nail everything of Italian cooking, please take the Cappucino off the deserts... I am sure you know we drink that for breakfast in Italy... it is like offering pancakes to an American after dinner.
Our first time at CarneVino. The appetiz ...
Our first time at CarneVino. The appetizers were good, but the rib steak for 2 was seriously lacking in quality. Very tough and full of tendons. I don't return food very often, but for the price and the fact that half of it was inedible, I returned it. The wait staff were absolutely wonderful and very attentive. The Manager on site that evening did remove the steak from my bill as well as a round of drinks. Service-wise, we were very well attended to, so much so, that despite the disappointing food, we still left an 20% tip.
The food was absolutely top notch! I re ...
The food was absolutely top notch! I really enjoyed the ciabatta roll with European butter and bacon butter...OMG delish! While I would have appreciated a bit more flavor to the steak, it was cooked flawlessly. The mashed potatoes, brussel sprouts and spinach were out of this world!
We came in for lunch the day after Chris ...
We came in for lunch the day after Christmas and had a wonderful experience. Our server had a very large party but we never felt neglected and loved the passion she had for the items on the menu. We never would have known that Carnevino dry ages longer than any other place in the country without her. We fell in love with Batali and Bastianich restaurants in New York and are so happy to see that the service and impeccable food are available across the country in Las Vegas as well.
Everything we ordered seemed to come out ...
Everything we ordered seemed to come out under cooked. The Tuscan fries were a "raw" crunchy, Brussel sprouts were horrible and needed more cooking. We ordered a medium well rib eye and it was pink as could be! Did not even eat the calamari we ordered since it looked raw. Service was really good and that's about it. Oh I did enjoy my water haha. If you're looking for a excellent steak house try Echo and Rig in Summerlin.
We are from the NY Metro area so we coul ...
We are from the NY Metro area so we could be somewhat jaded. However, if we ordered a Porterhouse steak for two at any of the famous NY steakhouses like Peter Lugers, The Palm, Wolfgang's or The River Palm in NJ we would have received a huge steak with virtually no gristle and a large Filet side. At Carnevino the Porterhouse for two was way overpriced and the size of the NY Strip side was small and the Filet side was almost non-existent, maybe three mouthfuls. Very disappointing and somewhat annoying because the price was way out of control compared to what we received gristle and size wise.
In addition, we had a Caprese Appetizer and the cheese was basically tasteless. The sides were, however, very good. Mashed Potato with Bacon and a poached egg on them was delish. Saluted Spinach was pretty good, fresh and tasty.
If we ordered the wrong dish take it off the menu or your server should guide diners away from things they know are not their best meals.
No desert or after diner drinks since we were so turned off.
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