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From the casino floor at Caesars Palace, guests are drawn to the restaurant’s entrance by a glowing neon sign curved along an exaggerated cornice. Brasserie B is Chef Bobby Flay’s latest venture. In Las Vegas the American celebrity chef and star of many Food Network shows, is known for his nearby fine dining destination, Amalfi.

To create the brasserie’s menu, Bobby drew inspiration from his travels to Paris. The menu offers classic French fare executed with a thoroughly modern touch. Prepare for signature twists on traditional frites, unique raw bar selections, and, of course, a rather generous selection of starters, entrées, and desserts.

Distinct French-inspired dishes

Among Brasserie B’s celebrated dishes are a variety of grilled proteins served with house-made French fries. The Lobster avec Frites features lobster with roasted garlic and lemon butter, while the Ribeye Piquant avec Frites includes steak with a spicy and sweet glaze and chili butter. Chili as a popular ingredient shouldn’t come as a surprise to Flay’s loyal fans, as his famous chili peppers can be found at Brasserie B.

What’s on the menu?

The lunch and brunch menu showcases the chef’s take on popular dishes such as Eggs Royale, a variation of eggs benedict with smoked salmon and lemon chive hollandaise. Among our favourite must-order options are thin and crisp house-made hot potato chips with a luscious Roquefort blue cheese sauce, the Lobster Club Sandwich with bacon, avocado, and yellow chili mayonnaise, and a thin apple tarte for dessert. The seafood tower is perfect for seafood lovers too.

Timeless interior

The interior design incorporates elements reminiscent of Parisian brasseries from the 1930s and 1940s, combined with Art Deco influences. Brasserie B features an L-shaped, 20-seat bar with weathered marble, fluted wood, and zinc accents. The lounge flows into the main dining space, which includes a showstopping raw bar with a lit canopy that spills light over the tables below.

The intimate, 175-seat dining room boasts blown glass chandeliers, cane-backed café chairs, and handmade subway tiles. Burgundy banquettes line each of the spaces, and oversized mirrors adorn the walls, amplifying the bustling energy that fills the room. A set of folding bistro-style doors bisects the space to create a private dining room with an abstract mural ceiling and illuminated wine displays.

Overall, Brasserie B is perfect for escaping the busy casino floor and relaxing with friends or as a safe option for business meetings. It is likely to leave very pleasant memories that will draw you back again and again.

Brasserie B is located in Ceasers Palace in the Old Homestead space near Montecristo Cigar Bar and Nobu Hotel and Restaurant & Lounge. More information can be found here.


Image credits: © Brasserie B by Bobby Flay