3600 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.111850 -115.176991
Cafe Bellagio Worse service in Las Vegas – Stayed at the hotel and wanted to a a quick breakfast before heading out to the airport. Quick bite turned into a long ordeal. Service was worse ever. Took over a half hour to get our meals. Price of orange juice was $7.50, I guess the extra high price was for the extra poor service. Asked for our check, waited for 15 minutes before I had to find the manager to pay. This is five diamond resort? Better get someone out to re-evaluate!!!
A very high end version of Denny's. – We stayed at The Bellagio while in Vegas and ended up eating breakfast here all 3 mornings were were in town, as well as a 3am snack our first night there. The repeat visits alone should tell you something, but it was also a matter of convenience since we were staying at the Bellagio. It is rare for me to get a chance to do this, so I ate eggs benedict all 3 mornings. Well seasoned hollandaise (allthough I always add extra lemon juice whenever I eat eggs benedict at a restaurant), perfectly poached eggs and thick pieces of canadian bacon. Everyone in my group enjoyed their meals every day. Our coffee mugs were never empty and the fresh squeezed OJ truly tasted fresh. However, the last morning we were there, we found mold on the supposedly fresh raspberries and I was served a dirty water glass. It put a serious damper on our breakfast. Otherwise, the menu selection was great. Just like Village Inn or Denny's, this place is open 24 hours a day and serves breakfast, lunch & dinner all day long. The tandori chicken pitas were pretty darn good too! Prices seemed to range from $14 per plate and above. A little pricey for what is served, but it seemed that way with everywhere in Vegas.
Excellent exhibits – We have visited the gallery on numerous occasions to view different shows and have enjoyed each. Originally opened to showcase art owned by Steve Wynn it now has offers exhibits of art from various sources. Those that we have seen include Steve Martin's personnal art collection, Museum of Modern Art in Boston and the curent exhibit of the photos of Ansel Adams. Prices are moderate and include an audio tour in several languages.
The Best French Onion Soup In Vegas! – This little gem is one of my favorite places. I love to look out over The Conservatory while dining. The menu offerings are high end coffee shop with a wonderful presentation. After trying French Onion Soup at many restaurants in Las Vegas, I have to give the number one nod to Cafe Bellagio. A must do each trip.
Small but significant, it's a jewel of fine art inside the jewel of the Strip. – In Short
When Steve Wynn opened the initial Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, featuring masterworks from his own collection, he proved that fine art could be a big draw on the Strip. Since the Bellagio was sold to MGM Mirage, the venue's two intimate rooms have become a home for high-profile, traveling exhibitions. While not as impressive or far reaching as the Guggenheim Las Vegas, the gallery is still a must-see for art-minded Vegas visitors.
Editorial Review by Ryan Slattery – Around-the-clock coffee shop offers casino guests traditional favorites in an upscale atmosphere with great views of the pool and gardens.
decent place for lunch – had lunch here yesterday afternoon. i had the lobster omelette and my husband had the bagels and lox; both were good, but not exceptional. our friends had the pancakes, which were actually the best thing we had all ordered. the service was a bit on the slow side, although the servers were very nice. that line you have to stand in to get in (if you don't have a pass) just doesn't justify the meal you'll be getting.
Really educating – The tour was very educating. It was a little over priced, but worth going to. The staff was very friendly. We did enjoy the fact that we could tour by ourselves and take the time that we wanted on the tour, no one to rush us. But overall it was worth it.
Breathtaking – Seeing the beautiful artwork up close and personal was an amazing experience. The presentation of the pieces was elegant and serene. You have plenty of time to view the art at your leisure. The entry cost is nominal but the experience is priceless.
average – two small and boring. It should have more art work.
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