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About D.O.C.G. Enoteca by Scott Conant
A wine bar by acclaimed chef, Scott Conant, featuring pizza, pasta, an espresso bar, pastries, artisanal cheeses & chocolates, along with an exceptional selection of Italian wines. D.O.C.G. is named after a category of Italian wine called Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita, or the highest level of Italian wine origin. The design here is at once modern and rustic with exposed brick and reclaimed wood.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Italian, Vegetarian / Vegan
Hours of Operation:
Social Hour daily 5PM - 7PM
Dinner: Daily 530PM - 11PM
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private lot and valet available.
Las Vegas Transit 24 hrs daily
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
For special event inquiries and large party requests please contact Kelli Binette at 702-698-7973 or The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Restaurant Sales Department at 877-551-7776 or 702-698-6880.
We do offer Private dining options for parties of 13 or more.
D.O.C.G. Enoteca by Scott Conant Ratings and Reviews
After being gouged on other Vegas dinners, this was a welcome respite. The food was delicious and our server was honest about portion sizes, stating they were large enough to share (we had a salad and pizza + wine).
The staff was very cordial and attentive.
During the meal, I literally texted a friend who was also in town to go here after she relayed how overpriced/underwhelming her meal was elsewhere.
I would definitely come back here the next time I am in town.
This was our second visit to D.O.C.G. and it was even better than the first! We took my mom for her 65th birthday and she was blown away. The service was on point the food was amazing and my mother even commented that it felt like she was in her grandma's kitchen because the food was so authentic. However, the atmosphere is nothing like grandmas old kitchen. It is perfectly appointed and elegantly comfortable.
I would've enjoyed my meal, if our table/open booth would have been separate from the only other table/booth that was occupied with about 8-10" in-between the two, I mean really there were about 10 table/booths that were empty I should've asked for a table instead we were stuffed into a open table/ booth. If I eat here again I'd be better off at the bar. It wasn't like it was packed all the booths were empty except the two booth/ table we were in one and the other was like I said was 8" from mine, with 1 couple who I'm sure wanted to a nice romantic dinner, NOT!!!
Food was extremely ordinary. Octopus with cannellini beans was the only thing that stood out. Knew we were in trouble when the very average bread was served refrigerator cold and salada misto cane with feta. Not exactly authentic. Also, very pricy wine list. Would not return.
Went for dinner with a friend this past Saturday night, food was very good, however, when we arrived we were seated immediately, they were not busy, the gal that took us to the table seemed put out that she needed to stop her conversation with a friend to seat us. Our server took our wine order then our dinner order. People seated next to us who came in after us were given their drinks, and salad before we got our wine. I had to call someone over to get our wine. Dinner came and then finally we got our wine. Would have been nice to have had a glass of wine before dinner. Also the restaurant is very dark so reading the menu can be difficult. If Mr. Conant can do something about his staff and their poor abilities he would have a great place there.
The restaurant was incredibly loud and it was difficult to hold a normal conversation.
The service was painfully slow despite the restaurant not being too busy.
My steak was ordered Medium Rare and it came out charred on the outside and more medium to medium well inside.
First off, they stuffed into this tiny table table along the wall that was so tight that we could hear each conversation next to us and had a hard time hearing each other speak. The music was loud and the crowd was drunk and loud so we decided not to talk to each other as we found ourselves screaming over other conversations. The lady next to me had trouble getting in and out of her seat without knocking over my water or getting her dress in my food. Not once but twice. The next table over was talking so loud and spit was flying out of their mouths and landing on our table. I was so grossed out before our food came. Should I keep going?? Food prices were typical Strip Retail. Service was difficult because they couldn't reach us due to crowded tables. It was ridiculous. I think the food was ok. Unmemorable.
We have gone to DOCG a total of 4 or 5 times in our 2 visits to Las Vegas. We keep going back for a desert that they serve called the Salted Caramel Boudino. It is quite possibly the best thing that I've ever eaten. Every time that we go, they take great care of us. We will continue to go back every time we visit Vegas. The food is great! The staff is amazing! The Salted Caramel Boudino is to die for!!!
Having watched Scott Conant on tv, we expected a great experience. The bread basket was very tasty, but cold. The water was warm. The salad was interesting and tasty but overdressed. The squash pasta Bolognese was delicious but too salty. The pasta Fra Diavolo was overly spicy, masking the taste of the lobster and beautiful shrimp.
Really great food. Salad had a ton of fresh ingredients and nice dressing and the spaghetti and meatballs was excellent, al dente cooked well and flavorful sauce. I didn't care for the wine I ordered and probably should have asked for a swap. Overall loved the ambiance and thought it was a great experience.
I enjoy Scott's restaurants & this 1 should be visited. Can get loud due to all the hard surfaces all around. The modern warm interior was very cozy. Service was great 👍.
We shared our 1st course: Cavatelli w/sausage & porcini mushrooms it was delicious. Rich & flavorful.
I ord. The Filet of Sole Piccata. Under the small piece of Sole was kale & fingerling potatoes. Not so exciting. The tiny tiny slices of lemon placed under the sole didn't give it a brightness that it needed. If he were on the panel on Chopped he would tell the chefs the same thing. Capers were minimal. Would definitely ord. Another entree next time.
The husband ord. The fillet & was the absolutely the best I have ever tasted. Perfectly seared & seasoned on the outside & rare inside.
Sommelier Jeff was terrific. Suggested the perfect white to work w/both of our entrees.
We returned for the second time within three nights. We varied our pasta dishes and were delighted as we were with our prior dining experience. Service was excellent and we are pleased to say on both dining occasions all the staff were very nice to interact with. Unfortunately for other establishments and owners that is a rare commodity - DOCG delighted us (the artichokes were especially satisfying).
Another outstanding Vegas restaurant, superb food and stellar service. If you enjoy a good wine, this is the place for you, they have a wine for everyone's taste. We enjoyed the DOCG meatballs and the pasta dishes are amazing, try the pici or the fra diavolo. The Mascarpone cheesecake is wondrous as well.
Food was good but nothing to blow you away but good. Little pricey.
Service was poor, felt like we were a burden on the server . Server never cleared extra table setting, no table maintenance or check in service.
Liked the atmosphere , loved the brick wall. Great group setting or casual after show option. Probably would not go back but glad to try it.
We were the last table in for the night so we were definitely being rushed out. The service was sub par because of this. The server dropped a whole glass of champagne on my friend and I and only comped that one glass off the menu. I was surprised about that. Luckily the food was outstanding. Authentic Italian. I'd be back for the food, not the service.
The pasta dish that I ordered was so good! I found myself eating it slowly to make it last.
I was a little disappointed in the service, we felt rushed and the restaurant wasn't busy at all so it wasn't like there was anyone waiting. We received our food right on top of the appetizers and way too fast for enjoying the evening of conversation.
We really enjoyed everything we ordered. The frito mixto was delicious and well cooked. The octopus appetizer and the meatball appetizer were also very good. The caesar salad with extra anchovies was sufficient to allow 4 of us to share. The bruschetta changes seasonally, and was very great to share. The people at our dinner ordered the branzino fish, linquine fra diablo, the steak, and the spaghetti with meat sauce. Everything was well prepared and seasoned perfectly. We even had desert. The spumoni is to die for. The tiramisu was also terrific. We had a couple of bottles of the chianti recommended by the sommelier which was a fantastic wine and went well with our appetizers and entries. The atmosphere is great, rustic and not overly formal. We would definitely recommend this to anyone who is looking for a low key, but upscale Italian meal while in Las Vegas.
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