About D.O.C.G. Enoteca by Scott Conant
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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.
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
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.
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.
I was in Vegas for business staying at the Cosmopolitan. Although I was dining alone last night, the staff made me feel very welcome and were constantly checking in with me to make sure everything was going well. The hostess in particular had outstanding customer service skills.
I had a glass of the Pinot noir which was delicious, and ordered the Linguine with Lobster and Shrimp Fra Diavolo. Diavolo is right.... it was quite spicy! I like spicy food but it was quite hot, although very tasty. I'd order this again.
For dessert I ordered the spumoni ice cream which was not served in scoops but rather as a terraine. Really great flavors, especially with the cherry sauce (I think?) and the chopped bittersweet chocolate and pistachios. However, it was decorated with a shard-like thin candy. I broke off a piece to nibble, and it was so sticky it yanked my crown right out! Ugh!!! I'm here all week so now I need to track down a dentist in Vegas.
I do want to try Scott Conant's other restaurants now. Maybe Scarpetta tonight?
We had high expectations of the restaurant based upon past reviews. Unfortunately, we happened to come to the restaurant just about the time a very large party arrived - and timing on our food resulted in everything coming out cold. But I have to say, the server and manager went out of their way to making it right. (including adjusting the bill, etc). Impressed by the positive reaction to fix everything, and we left very pleased with the evening. Nice job.
We had to catch a show and the kitchen and staff was so accommodating. The food was wonderful, we could have stopped with just appetizers-the meatballs are beyond amazing. The lobster and shrimp dish was devine and the sausage and mushroom cavavtelle was so hearty. I wish we had left room for desert.
And we made it to our show with plenty of time. Pleasant staff. Will eat there again if the opportunity arises.
I only come here for the D.O.C.G. pizza, which is amazing, worth the high price. Ordered a Moscow Mule that tasted like straight lime juice. Waiter took it off the tab. Overall a great place that could use a more energetic staff and perhaps a better bartender.
Enjoyed the evening with my husband on our anniversary. However, my sangria glass was cracked as I picked it up. I felt it almost completely break. I told waiter. He gave me another drink but honestly, I thought the sangria should have been in the house. Particularly because it could have just cracked in my hand. Who knows, maybe glass was in Erin because it was on the table. Just an FYI. Other than that; fine.
I do not mind spending a lot of money in Vegas for a great meal. A glass of Brut Rose for 17$ that was at best 4oz was hilarious. Wine by the Bottle started out at 100$ no matter the varietal. If they do not want to let the public enjoy a decent bottle at say 80$, well done. The house special pasta and mini meatballs, which were 5 total and a small amount of pasta cost 28$. Went in at 6.30 and the place stayed dead the entire time, not too surprising. Save your time and money, go to Joe`s Stone Crab.
Delicious, unfussy, authentic italian food. One of the best pizza's i have had in the us - the wood fire oven gave it such a light crispy crust. The restaurant had a nice vibe, great decor, our server was attentive and the drinks arrived quickly and were very tasty. A great pic for when you want a delicious meal that isnt going to take up all evening and be too formal and stuffy. Will absolutely return.
The waiter was terrible. Didn't take a drink order. Food was served cold. Had to ask multiple times for items usually provided at Italian restaurants, like pepper and parmesan. Food was greasy once it returned from getting heated up. Overhead waiters making fun of "cheap customers." Overall, terrible experience for $70. The only time I've regretted going out in Vegas.
A very nice place located in the cosmopolitan. The homemade pasta was the highlight of the meal. My wife a vegetarian , does not eat eggs, but gluten free pasta was available. It was OK, but not anywhere near the quality of the homemade pasta. This place is pricey and I guess that is too be expected of a Las Vegas location. Most notable was the pricey wine by the glass While the wine was good, it was not worth $16.00. Overall a decent meal. We picked it primarily for the location. I won back my bill and a few extra dollars at the dice tables.
Since I've been posted in Las Vegas for the last two months I eat every meal out and this one is clearly the worst so far. The pasta was bland and chewy. The pizza was a unique blend of uncooked dough with charred edges floating in a pool of grease. And the service.... there are people dressed like waiters but after the initial visit they never reappear at your table. Save your money and your time -- go elsewhere.
Food and service were excellent! We celebrated my Mom's birthday and they helped make it very special for her.
It was very cold in the front of the restaurant with vents blowing on our table - we kept our coats on the entire meal, there was not place to move us.
The noise level was a bit loud.
We loved the food and service so much that we ate a light dinner there the next night too.
My wife and I were looking for something a little different at the Cosmopolitan Hotel to try while my daughter and boyfriend were visiting Las Vegas from NYC. We were so sorely disappointed by the service at this restaurant. I was simply embarrassed by how poorly the staff treated us. We sat down and it took almost fifteen minutes to have the waiter even take a drink order. After placing our order, the busboy literally dropped a basket of bread on our table. No big deal, we thought it must have slipped. While waiting for our meal, we asked for some more bread and the busboy gave us an attitude like this just wasn't a reasonable thing to ask for. Dinner took over an hour to come to the table. Although the food was good, the waiter only came to our table three times. Once for the drink order, once for the food order and finally to drop the bill on the table. When my daughter asked for a box for her leftovers, the server grabbed her plate and returned shortly and threw the leftover box on the table. He was obviously having a very bad day. I have never complained before, but made a point to stop by the hostess stand to let them know how disappointed we were. The hostess looked stunned and only stood there blinking at me. I was just perplexed by her reaction. When asked if there was someone else I should speak to, she told me she didn't know. I entertain clients in Las Vegas on average 4 nights a week and have never been so poorly treated. I would recommend dining next door at Beauty & Essex. The service there is exemplary and the food will not disappoint. I simply cannot say the same for D.O.C.G.
Some of the best Italian food I've ever had. I had the pici with duck and truffles and I am still thinking about it three days later! My friend had cavatelli with sausage and was just as pleased. In addition to an outstanding menu, DOCG has a very well-curated wine list with excellent white and red selections by the glass. I will definitely be back.
The food was decent expect for the service was horrible. We were seated and then waited 10 minutes at the table with just water and bread for the server to come and take our drink order. We also were not asked if we wanted to see a wine list or anything. The server was rushing us to take our order. After receiving our food, our waiter only came to our table only once to see if everything was to our liking. This is our second time at this restaurant and I would not be going back to this establishment again.
This was my second time frequenting D.O.C.G. and as was the case the first time the food and service were very good. Menu seems more limited now; however; the presentation and most importantly the taste was very good. It is seemingly authentic Italian food with an excellent wine list.
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