ARIA Resort and Casino's extraordinary collection of dining options, each with its own culinary personality and unique ambience, means that even the most dedicated foodie need never bother venturing off the property for the duration of their stay.
Chef Shawn McClain brings his nuanced balance of innovation and tradition to a contemporary, globally influenced American menu. At Sage, he pairs farm-to-table produce and simple, clean flavors. At his more casual pizza bar, Five50, he features a delightful interpretation of classic East Coast-style pies, as well as inventive shared plates, handmade pastas and an array of craft beers.
Sirio Ristorante melds tried-and-trusted tradition with current flavor adventures to deliver a sensation of satisfaction that only Italian food can claim.
Asian cuisine is well represented at ARIA, with Blossom's 100 Chinese dishes; communal Japanese grilling at Tetsu Teppan Grill; barMASA's uncomplicated, ultra-fresh sushi, sashimi and noodle bowls; and a modern, robust take on Thai tastes at Lemongrass; plus Asian-influenced choices at the sumptuous buffet and on the in-room dining menu.
Jean Georges Steakhouse is where world-renowned Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten is pushing the boundaries steakhouse expectations, with bold sauces and surprising sides served in a chic setting.
Open until midnight daily, SoCal fave Javier's serves up authentic Mexican cooking and hand-shaken margaritas amidst a lively, very Vegas ambience, while Julian Serrano's Sangria is all about Spanish small plates, expanding the concept of tapas into a seemingly endless menu.
For a quick bite, caffeinated pick-up or decadent sweet treat, ARIA also features the 24-hour ARIA Cafe; French-accented crepes, chocolates, sandwiches and salads at Jean Philippe Patisserie; coffees, sandwiches and 25 different pastries at the Roasted Bean; and the needs-no-introduction Starbucks.
-Paul Rogers, Brand Publishing WriterCopyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times