The Restaurant has a very nice setting and decoration, staff is very friendly too. They have a great selection of wine. The food was good. Just the portions are ridiculously small
We love to travel to Las Vegas for luxury accommodations at the Wynn Tower Suites, excellent shopping and dining. We appreciate La Cave because it is not your typical overly colorful, loud, overpriced "glamorous chef" offering. It is a reasonably priced hidden gem and the ambience is terrific. Love the atmosphere.... a nice respite from the flashing lights of Vegas.... More
This was truly a wonderful Tapas experience. The menu was impeccably explained and included wine parings to suit the variety chosen. The food itself was outstanding, the French onion soup came served like I have never seen before (I wont spoil it, just try it). Superb service great draft beers and quality wines....EAT HERE
The chef is very creative and innovative. Sandwiches are huge and daily specials are excellent. Try the egg, jambon and toast. Sprinkled with chili powder, when cut the egg runs over the toast. The perfectly cooked pancetta tops off a fine breakfast/brunch.
So, it almost looks like you are headed to a banquet/conference area of the hotel, but it is a very nice surprise tucked away in the Wynn off the main casino floor. The ambience is quite nice. My boyfriend and I dined on the outdoor terrace for a Valentine’s Day dinner on a fixed price four-course menu that included dessert.... More
The food was excellent and the atmosphere very romantic. The service was very attentive and friendly.
We travel to Vegas frequently and have been to La Cave in the Wynn twice in the last 6 months. Going back is always a good sign. It's the type of place you go to for sharing small plates with others. And experimenting with wine flights. Both times we were 4 people and ordered basically 1 plate each that then... More
Its dark, lively, and tasty. A fun spot away from the circus outside. Having a drink at the bar or sitting down for a quick dinner is cosy and private. The food is very good and the small portions are ideal for sharing. The deserts are not very impressive. There is also a small outdoor section that may be available... More
This place was average - just another overpriced Strip restaurant. We spent $285 for dinner for two (one bottle of $65 wine plus 3 courses each). The service was a bit snotty and slow. The sommelier showed up with the bottle but did not return (we had to pour our own wine). We had a decent waitress at first -... More
La Cave is a quiet little place put of the bustle of the casino. Really enjoyed the small plates, the flat bread pizza was much bigger than a small plate. The mushroom grits with truffle oil is a signature plate, very yummy.
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