New Las Vegas Restaurants
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New Las Vegas Restaurants

Sunlight streams into the dining room at Restaurant Charlie, chef Charlie Trotter’s new endeavor, at the Palazzo Resort-Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
Chef and restaurateur Charlie Trotter, left, at the Kitchen Table Loft, which overlooks the action in the kitchen of Restaurant Charlie at the Palazzo. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
Chefs are on the go beneath the Kitchen Table Loft at Restaurant Charlie. Diners can order a tasting menu for a minimum of $350 per person. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
Mark Signorio inside the walk-through wine cellar at Restaurant Charlie. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
Bartender Jeremy Merrit, left, and patrons at the Drinks Bar in Restaurant Charlie. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
Specialty cocktails the Red Sea, right, with a blood orange wheel, and Japanese Sunshine are served at Drinks Bar in Restaurant Charlie. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
Slow-poached Tasmanian trout with savory cabbage and trout roe-shiso vinaigrette at Restaurant Charlie. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
A waiter serves patrons at Mario Batali’s Carnevino at the Palazzo in Las Vegas. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
The carne cruda al Piemontese (chopped to order steak tartare) with raw mushrooms at Carnevino. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
“La Fiorentina,” a classic Florentine porterhouse, for two for $145 at Carnevino. The dish had been priced at $160. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
Espressamente Illy coffee bar, the first of premier Italian coffee roaster Illy’s shops to open in the United States, at the Palazzo in Las Vegas. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
Manager Maria Martinez makes a latte at Espressamente Illy. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
Employee Samuel Moncayo scoops one of many flavors of gelato at Espressamente Illy. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
Is it the best deal in Las Vegas? Continental breakfast at Payard Patisserie & Bistro at Caesars Palace is just $16 and features pastries galore. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
Breakfast patrons fill the banquettes at Payard Patisserie & Bistro. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
Almond-stuffed croissants are among the pastries served at Payard’s $16 continental breakfast. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
Payard Patisserie & Bistro in Las Vegas has only 16 tables. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times)
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