New restaurant and nightclub concept at the Palazzo Las Vegas

A new dining and nightlife concept called LAVO came to the Palazzo Las Vegas in September 2008  and now the  restaurant has transformed its culinary offerings to an Italian menu with simple and classic flavors. Here  guests make a  journey from lounge to restaurant to nightclub; twenty foot ceilings of old wood and low chandeliers crown an area featuring a curved bar and leather seating. The restaurant is highlighted by a spectacular glass and wood screened bridge which leads to an intimate second story nightclub.

Signature highlights in the restaurant now  include the likes of Baked Clams Oreganato featuring Littleneck clams with toasted bread crumbs and garlic butter. And LAVO also features a wood burning brick oven, producing some of the best pizzas in Las Vegas. The Lobster Scampi Pizza, for instance, is a delicate balance of roasted lobster, crispy fingerling potatoes, garlic and fresh herbs.

Comments (6)

  1. The Palazzo sounds great! Went to Venice for Carnivale last year before the recession hit. Very fun and crazy.

  2. John Biddle says:

    It is a great place. I highly recommend eating there.

  3. Kendal H says:

    I am confused here? What is the new concept to me. Sounds like their previous restaurant failed, so they are trying something else. I am personally not a big fan of the Palazzo. The staff and service is absolutely horrendous. The suites are nice, however it does not make up for the brutal service. The only time I stay here is when I am forced to do to a conference.

  4. John says:

    Lobster scampi pizza? Whatever next? White truffle vegetarian burgers? It could only be Las Vegas.

  5. Kristen Cameron says:

    Wow!! It sounds cool….spending an evening in a happening restaurant with delicious food….hmmmmmmmmm

  6. Kendal H says:

    John, I dont think Lobster scampi pizza is that out there? I have seen it at several restaurants. All types of seafood pasta’s are becoming increasingly more popular. Definately not my choice tho. IT really takes away from the flavour of the seafood.

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