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About Picasso - Bellagio
As an eleven time recipient of the AAA Five Diamond Award Executive Chef Julian Serrano’s menu is inspired by the regional cuisine of France and Spain where Pablo Picasso spent much of his life. The restaurant boasts a wine cellar stocked with more than 1,500 selections from the finest European vineyards. Picasso masterpieces, as well as a collection of his charming ceramic pieces, further delight the senses of diners enjoying the Picasso experience.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Wednesday - Monday: 5:30pm - 9:30pm
Please note Picasso will be closed from Sunday, July 4th through Thursday, July 14th. We look forward to welcoming you back on Friday, July 15th.
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Picasso offers wonderful views of the magical Bellagio Fountains.
Valet & Self-Parking Available
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Private Party Facilities:
Picasso’s two balconies overlook the Bellagio Fountains. They are the perfect spot to host small gathering up to 40 guests during the mild months of the year. The dining room accommodates events up to 60 guests comfortably. The restaurant is available for buyouts. Inquire within for availability and pricing.
Private Party Contact:
Kelly Moloney: (702) 693-8105
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Picasso - Bellagio Ratings and Reviews
We had a 5:30 seating reserved through OpenTable and arrived about 5pm. To see the management re locking the doors. We asked if we could have a drink at the really nice Picasso bar while we waited. He said no, nothing opens at Picasso till 5:30. He then suggested the bar at Prime across the hall. So that is where we had our before dinner drink. Promptly 5:30 PM that manager came to Prime and invited us to come to Picasso. He then offered us the finest seat in the house which was on the patio overlooking the Bellagio fountain. That was the beginning of an awesome evening. Everything Perfect. *
This place was fantastic. We saw a show at the Bellagio, and decided to stay close to dine after. We had read the outstanding dining reviews prior to making the reservation..
This place was phenomenal! The ambiance is romantic, and the wait staff was top notch..all extremely knowledgeable of food, drinks and fine dining. The Japanese Filet was unbelievable.melt.in.your.mouth.good.
Overall the prices are a bit up there..but worth every penny!
Beautiful ambience. Good service. Food was a disappointment. I ordered the truffle/wagyu prix fixe menu for $275. Nothing really stood out but I was hoping the main course (wagyu) would save the day and it... didn't. I've had better steak at several less expensive steak restaurants in Houston for a quarter of the price. We booked Picasso bc we couldn't get a reservation at Bouchons.
A truly memorable dining experience. We were seated at a table on a small terrace overlooking the fountains--could not have been better. The food was amazingly consistent--outstanding from the amuse bouche through the dessert. Great sommelier who provided fine wine pairing with the prix fixe dinner. I now understand why some earlier reviewers said they would get the warm quail salad for all 4 courses, including dessert. It was special and I didn't even think I liked quail. It is not inexpensive but in line with the quality of the food and experience.
My wife and I chose the PRE-THEATER dinner menu. It's a two course and desert menu.
This does not normally come with a wine pairing , but the Sommelier put one together for our meal, it was exquisite. Picasso is a winner of the "Grand Award" from Wine Spectator.
The amuse bouche was a delicious a silky leek soup accompanied by a tasty truffled quail fritter and a great way to start the meal.
For first course offered Poached Oysters or a Foie Gras. My wife and I are huge fan of foie gras or poached oysters. The server instead offered the lobster salad, which was nice and light.
For our main course we selected the Halibut on top of asparagus with a Classic Hollandaise Sauce. I've never tasted Halibut sautéed so crisp on one side, moist and flakey on the other like the one I had at Picassos.
For desert we had the Warm Chocolate Fondant with Bailey’s and Butterscotch Ice Cream, Chocolate Sablé
Overall, a fabulous experience. We will be back.
Don't overthink it - if you have a chance to have dinner here, do it. The food was outstanding, Jorge our server was fabulous, you don't have to shout to have a conversation, and the room is gorgeous. If you are a foodie and/or a wine geek, you will love it! Yes, the wine was a little pricey - but the service, presentation, and explanations made up for it.
Excellent fine-dining experience. The atmosphere was intimate and inviting with very tasteful artwork and decor. The service personnel were friendly and attentive without hovering. My husband and I each had the 5 course prix-fix menu with the premium wine pairings. The lobster salad was tender and delicious. The wagyu filet mignon melted in our mouths-it was so tender! The signature dessert was a chocolate fondant which My husband ordered. neither one of us is a "chocolate freak" but this dessert was amazing! We had to finish it even though we were both stuffed by this time in the meal.
What a delightful and wonderfully quiet evening in the midst of noisy Las Vegas! Expensive but worth every dollar with gorgeous and lovely dishes, impeccable service and a beautiful setting. Our waiter Robert was charming and attentive, but not intrusive. The sommelier is also so knowledgeable.
My sister and I needed an oasis after four hard convention days and we found it here.
We will come back next time and would enjoy exactly the same dinner again.
Plan to spend 2 to 3 hours for dinner. The Prix Fixe menu when I was there in Feb 2017 was $118 per person. The wine pairing was an extra ~$68 or ~$128 per person depending on the level.
The dining room is dimly lit and very fancy. The wait staff is extremely knowledgeable and professional in their craft. I'd venture to say some of the best in the industry. They know how to take care of you.
We had a table for two with one stand alone chair and the other seat was part of those long benches used for several tables. We found it hard to talk to each other and felt very close to the tables next to us. We did not like that at all. Spending $500+ I expected more.
The food was delicious but I was not blown away like I had anticipated. I've had better for far less money.
Overall it was a great experience but I probably wouldn't go back in the future.
We ate at Picasso for a memorable Valentine’s day dinner. We left disappointed for several reasons. First, the menu only allows for a choice of 2 prix fixe menu options. Especially considering the cost, this is not the place to take a fussy eater as most of the menu is seafood and Foie Gras. One of us decided not to order a meal because they couldn't eat most of what was offered. For the one of us that did eat, the food was good but hardly remarkable. Picasso didn’t really outshine other French venues that are nearby and should for it’s steep cost ($160 or $200 for the two dining options). There are other French restaurants nearby that are superior in food quality, menu options, price, service and romantic views.
That said, it did score on a few points: The artwork (Picasso paintings) are very interesting viewing and good for dinner conversation. If you can get a table by the lake can also provide nice atmosphere. While the service didn’t knock our shoes off, the staff were courteous, attentive , knew the menu well and the decor is impressive.
Food was spectacular. View was lovely. Service was good but just a tad too fast. I like a little pause between courses and a new plate disappeared just as another appeared. For these prices, I'd like to feel a certain amount of leisure in the presentation. Other than that, a lovely meal.
What a great experience we had at Picasso, foot was outstanding, we opted for the degustation menu, al the courses were perfectly presented and cooked to perfection.
Service like we never experience before, impeccable. The atmosphere and location are superb. We were lucky to have a window table overlooking the fountains at the Bellagio and enjoy them during our dinner.
Thank you Picasso for making my wife birthday celebration a memorable one.
Excellent choice if you are in Las Vegas for French cuisine. Ambiance is excellent with the water front tables being the most prized. It was actually raining (seriously?) the night we went, but still had great views of the Bellagio water show. Service was excellent.
Amazing food, delightful service and incredible view of the fountains. Not the typical Vegas! Well done and lots of extra touches - sitting among twenty plus original masterpieces to name a few.
Sommelier was helpful and the server had a nice sense of humor. The entire evening was memorable and made a day away feel like a vacation! Thank you Bellagio!
This restaurant was outstanding when entering and only got better as the evening went on!! Service was impeccable and not intrusive at all. The food was presented wonderfully, tasty and nice size portions. The wines paired with the meals were terrific and the pour was generous. Picasso is not only a magnificent restaurant for it's food, ambiance, and service, it's an experience which is memorable!!!
I've been to what I thought were some of the best restaurants in the US. Picasso blew them all away. I took my wife for her birthday the day after the super bowl and our dinner was even better than the big game. Service was impressive even for fine dining. The sommelier was an absolute fountain of actually interesting info, and the food I have no words for. I hope I can make it back someday
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