Set the scene for a memorable evening at one of the most notably romantic, fine dining spots in Las Vegas. Floor-to-ceiling windows showcase Eiffel Tower’s stunning surroundings and neighboring water show. Your Eiffel Tower Restaurant experience is intended to evoke the same amorous feeling of traveling to the Paris, France landmark. The restaurant sits more than 100 feet above the bustling action on the Strip and is located one story under the Eiffel Tower Experience deck.
The critically acclaimed food is as insatiable as the views, so sink into a cozy booth or window-side banquette. The food presentation is a feast for the eyes in more ways than one. Chef J. Joho’s menu is a carefully curated list of French gems, such as crepes with artichokes and roasted tomato coulis, and Foie Gras Torchon with duck prosciutto, fig and brioche.
An excellent choice for Sunday brunching (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.), visit the Eiffel Tower Restaurant to imbibe bottomless Nicholas Feuillette champagne or nosh on Eggs Benedict.
What to Eat at this Fine Dining Restaurant:
- Lamb burger
- Aged Parmesan crusted chicken
- Warm lobster salad
- Paillard of salmon
- Special “Lunch late” menu daily
- Distinguished reputation as one of Vegas’ best date restaurants
- Offers both American and Russian caviar
- Gluten-free dinner menu
- Special couples VIP tables and proposal packages
"Those who score window seats get “dinner and a show” (via the “breathtaking” views of the skyline and the Bellagio fountain) at this très “romantic” destination on the 11th floor of Paris Las Vegas; the French fare is “ooh-la-la,” the atmosphere “authentic” and the waiters “attentive”; P.S. jackets are suggested."
"Autumn is here, and with this changing of the seasons, night falls just as dinner service begins above the glitter and glow of Las Vegas. Make a 5 or 5:15 p.m. reservation and we will reserve a window table for you to enjoy this stunning display, while enjoying an evening of Chef Joho’s modern interpretations of classic French cuisine."
"The must-do restaurant of Paris Las Vegas is a room with a view, all right—it's about a third of the way up the hotel's half-scale Eiffel Tower replica, with views from all four glassed-in sides (request a Strip view when booking for the biggest wow factor—it overlooks the fountains at Bellagio, across the street). "