3355 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.128561 -115.171131
Best Italian Food in Vegas – Just by luck we found this cute little sidewalk restaurant in the Venetian. The menu looked good and the prices even better. We were completely surprised how good the food was, how big the portions were, and the depth and breath of the menu. My husband and I have been back several times since our first trip- we are locals and can't find any Italian restaurant like its equal in the entire valley. We have even been to almost all the strip's celebrity chefs' restaurants but in most cases disappointed and paid WAY too much. I'll stick with Trattoria Reggiano any day over those expensive trendy restaurants.
Wildly Overrated – My girlfriends and I were simply craving some good Italian pasta and the like. We heard all this stuff about Wolfgang Puck so we thought we would check out Postrio. Boy, did we check into the wrong place. The hostesses were uninviting and unorganized - almost as if they didn't know what to do with us. Once we were seated, the menu was hardly appealing. The server didn't seem like he knew much about the dishes and refused to accomodate our tastes since one of us wanted to substitute the salad for a pasta dish. The dishes were mediocre at best, even though the prices made us expect something better. Perhaps we just caught them on a really bad night...or perhaps every night is 'really bad'.
Excellent for Large Parties – We had our wedding reception in one of their private rooms. Everything was A++++. The food, drinks, service, everything - was top notch. Have you ever been to a wedding where you enjoyed your food? Well, ours had great food. All of our guests raved about their meals - it's been almost a year later and people STILL rave about the food at our wedding. We could not have been happier with this restaurant. We will go back to Postrio every time we visit Las Vegas.
Great food, so-so service – The food was great, but the waiter was new and a little clumsy handling questions about the menu. We went for an early dinner before a show and the restaurant was fairly empty still so there were lots of staff hanging around waiting for customers to show up which is always a little weird.
Wolfgang Puck outpost serves contemporary American cuisine in a romantic setting. – In Short
A festive patio just outside the entrance and a quiet, well-appointed dining room offer both casual and fine dining options. Cushy half-moon shaped booths line the perimeter of the room, while the remaining floor space is filled with white linen-topped square tables. Amber-colored marble floors, brown glass chandeliers and dim lighting create a romantic atmosphere for the couple-dominated crowd. Postrio's seasonal menu is filled with innovative contemporary American dishes.
Memorable Experience – My wife and I had a great dining experience at Postrio. I recommend making a reservation in advance to get seated and greated promptly. Simply put, the stuffed Quail was awesome. Very tasty and very unique. Expect to pay at least 70$ + for a dinner and drinks for two.
Excellent – We dined at Postrio for the time in May and had a wonderful all-around experience. Our waiter was good about providing specific recommendations (both pro and con) rather than saying "everything is wonderful." The sommilier was equally helpful. My wife and I had one of our best ever Vegas dinners and look forward to another when we visit over Labor Day Weekend. Definitely follow the advice and ask for an inside table for a quieter, classier atmosphere.
Positively Wonderful – We arrived late for dinner with no reservations. We were treated nicely and seated immediately in the "outdoor" section on the mall of the Beautiful Venetian Hotel. Dinner was excellent and the service was perfect. Dessert was fabulous.
DISGUSTING – I LOVE watching wolfgang puck cook, I think he's wonderful so when we planned a trip to vegas I made sure to try one of his restaurants. We ordered the salmon and the john dory fish. The waiter reccommened the john dory and said it was his favorite. Maybe because it was $40. IT WAS ABSOLUTLY HORRIBLE. It was the most plain thing I've ever ever ate. Even the free bread was gross. It tasted like parmesan gold fish crackers. The bill was almost $100 and we barely ate any of it. I was so disappointed and sad. After spending $100 there we walked to the buffet at bellegio and spend another $70. I'm so disappointed in wolfgang :(
simple bites – This place was good- however on an average scale. The food was flavorful, but not refined. The pizzas were great. However, they don't come with much sauce or none at all. I like pizza like this, but my boyfriend likes sauce, even extra sauce on his pizza, so we ordered some on the side. Overall, an average place to get a bite to eat. I did enjoy the coffee/espresso martini!
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