About CarneVino Italian Steakhouse - Palazzo Hotel
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
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Please call Rachel Ocain at (702)266-9971
Carnevino is sprawling, multi-room restaurant designed for Vegas-sized crows and appetites.
CarneVino Italian Steakhouse - Palazzo Hotel Ratings and Reviews
The server we had was very informative, ...
The server we had was very informative, he explained the menu very well. And from his guidance we were able to choose the right starter, entree and steak for our dinner. He and his team were also aware that we had a show to go to so we were able to make it on time. We were very happy that we ate there and would recommend others to go.
Service was fantastic! Main meal and sid ...
Service was fantastic!
Main meal and sides (asparagus, beef cheek ravioli, mash potatoes) were great and steak was amazing (our choice on the dry aged ribeye) but quite expensive. It was worth a try once but we wont spend that much on a steak again. Only criticism was that the desert (chocolate cake) was disappointing. Wine list was fantastic. Only wish there were a few more choices for under $100 bottles. There was only 1 and it was white. Overall experience was very good.
I had a business party of 7. 90% of the ...
I had a business party of 7. 90% of the food was very good. The veal Marsala was not as good as I anticipated and the lamb chops were VERY fatty. We all felt like the waiter was not as attentive as he should have been.
The food was delicious. Lots of large g ...
The food was delicious. Lots of large groups so the service was a bit slower then we would have liked. The staff was attentive and knowledgable but it was a business dinner and the check split was done incorrectly so that was a bit frustrating. Overall we enjoyed the meal. I would go back but probably with a smaller group.
This was simply one of the best meals I' ...
This was simply one of the best meals I've ever eaten. CarneVino is known for its steaks and it deserves that recognition in every way. From the aging, to the preparation and carving, their aged steaks are the best I've ever had. We tried a variety of dishes this time, including the veal saltimbocca and pasta special of aged beef raviolis. Each dish just added to the realization that we were eating a very special meal. Just as we started to come down from our food induced euphoria, we started in on dessert. The chocolate and peanut butter torte proved to be one of the best desserts I've ever had, and the perfect ending to this perfect meal. I know I used the word "perfect" a lot, but clearly that is what CarneVino is striving for, and in my mind, they are there!
The staff had amazing recommendations. W ...
The staff had amazing recommendations. We did Batali's recommendation of starting with a salad, then pasta and finishing with steak. All of the food was so flavorful and the steak was exceptional and tender. The atmosphere was elegant and simple, and not stuffy. We took our time to enjoy the food, and enjoyed every minute. Highly recommend.
While service was prompt, we were treate ...
While service was prompt, we were treated poorly by our waiter. As soon as the waiter knew we wouldn't be ordering a steak (we had a big lunch), he dismissed us entirely and was quite rude. For example, the waiter spilled water on our friend and simply said "It's just water." No apology. While the food was delicious, we'll never return. Being treated like we didn't belong at the restaurant ruined the entire experience.
We visit Vegas at least twice a year and ...
We visit Vegas at least twice a year and have never been to Carnavino. Our service was less than average for the group of 9 that was there for my daughters 25th birthday. The huge Wynn sign was very bright and we had asked if they could maybe close the sheer curtain that they had because the bright neon light was blasting in our eyes, only to be told patrons liked the Vegas light experience. Last I checked, we were patrons who did not like the lights blaring in our eyes, but we didn't matter. We ended up changing seats with others at our table who could deal with it, they would not close the sheers.
Also, we called to see how much the corkage was, which we were told would be $50 each bottle,, kind of steep compared to the other upscale restaurants. We were never told there was a limit of 2 bottles. We showed up with 4 bottles to be told 2 was the maximum. After talking amongst ourselves about how Delmoncos doesn't have a limit, they said they'd make an exception for the 4. We also sat in front of our dirty dishes long enough to finally ask the manager if they could please clear our table.
We will not be returning to this restaurant, we weren't impressed with his B &B Restaurant and not impressed with this restaurant either.
We wanted to try a new steak place in Ve ...
We wanted to try a new steak place in Vegas and this one had good reviews. It was so worth it! ! The steak was perfect...we both had filet. The corn was unbelievable and would suggest to anyone that it is a must. Their wine list was to die for and it covered everything you could want. Staff was friendly and at the end did not be reminded of my husband's birthday which I had requested when I booked it.
From the atmosphere to the incredible st ...
From the atmosphere to the incredible staff. This restaurant delivers on every scale from food to ambience. The wait staff is beautifully choreographed and extremely knowledgeable on the menu. Every bite of food is better than the last. If you want to impress someone special or celebrate special occasion this restaurant truly delivers.
Excellent service! We ordered 2 of your ...
Excellent service! We ordered 2 of your 16oz New York steaks. They both were cooked perfectly. They were, however, definitely NOT 16oz. Steaks. We love to visit many steak houses, and we were very disappointed. Also, It was bone in. While this adds flavor, it made the already small steak, even smaller.
The steaks must have had a dollop of the flavorful lard. If you liked it, it would have been a fantastic addition. I didn't like the twang, and it ruined my steak. I would prefer just butter. My husband liked it, so he had no complaint with taste. He loved it. It was just small.
Your Caprece salad was absolutely divine. The mussels- amazing.
Mixed emotions about this restaurant. Se ...
Mixed emotions about this restaurant. Service was strong, and the food was above average, but not outstanding compared to the dozens of other steakhouses in this city. My biggest complaint comes from a few specific things. The first, there is no carpeting/rugs in this restaurant and the noise literally bounces off the marble floors and the high ceilings quite noticeably. I wouldn't exactly call this a quiet romantic date spot (if that's what you're looking for). Secondly, being Vegas, anything goes and we were across the dining room from a man in a tank top with his date in a tube top (I didn't know women still wore those) and multiple "guy's nights" tables. Made for a very frat-spring break-like experience with high-fives and loud conversations. I understand that Vegas typically allows for anyone and everyone to eat at their establishments, but if I'm paying the high prices they have set, then I do expect a little bit more class and some basic 'standards' (I'm talking about some very basic standards, not asking for much). The music soundtrack of the evening didn't help either with classic rock stemming from the speakers. Food, good. Service, good. Ambience and environment, not so much. Basic etiquette expectations should be set, even for Vegas, especially given the amount of competition amongst steak houses in particular.
Very expensive, very dissapointing. My ...
Very expensive, very dissapointing. My boyfriend and I were having a romantic getaway in LV and wanted one blowout meal at a top steakhouse. We considered Craftsteak, Sage, stk and carnevino. We chose carnevino from food articles and reviews. Were seated at a table in one of the back rooms next to service station. Restaurant was empty, so we should have moved.
Watched our waiter share a glass of our $165 wine with a junior server. To accent the positive, the service was well paced and professional. Salad and appetizer were tasty, but the dry aged strip steak gristly and nothing special. Meal cost us over half of our 3 day hotel bill and we were staying at a high end suite in the Cosmopolitan.
We almost never regret spending money on a fabulous meal, but we are still talking about what a mistake this was.
Went for a anniversary. Was expecting mo ...
Went for a anniversary. Was expecting more, I guess. Wasnt as nice as I thought, just a personal taste. Wanted something with more ambiance. Bread for an Italian restaurant was not fresh, not warm, didn't taste great. Grass fed steak, was the another reason I chose this restaurant, it was not real tasty and was not inexpensive. Everything was al a carte, fine, but steak literally came out without even a garnish, so presentation was lacking as well. Wasn't bad, just wasn't great. Also when you let the restaurant know you are celebrating a anniversary, maybe they should not set a family with a baby stroller, baby, and a small child next to your table, when they have plenty open seating? So perhaps a little more observation would be nice as well.
I ordered what I thought was an extremel ...
I ordered what I thought was an extremely pricey steak. I have eaten at some of the best steakhouses in the country and for what they charged for NY Strip, $70, I was expecting a great steak. Unfortunately that wasn't the case. The steak was small and thin. It looked and tasted like a steak you would buy in the local grocery store. My Mother had the lamb chops and was also very disappointed. If you are hungry and want a good steak, don't come here. What a rip off.
This place continues to be amazing. They ...
This place continues to be amazing. They definitely have the best wine list on the strip. Stuff you're not going to find anywhere else. The service is always exceptional here. The food is always spot on. I've never had anything cooked too much or not enough. The sommelier is extremely knowledgeable and you should trust her judgement. It's not the cheapest place to eat but it's worth every penny.
The food was amazing. The most tender oc ...
The food was amazing. The most tender octopus I've ever had. The short rib entree was out of this world and my husband and I have never seen such large lamb chops and were prepared to perfection. Brian, our server, was fantastic and very helpful. Service was wonderful.
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