Central Las Vegas
3570 Las Vegas Boulevard S
Las Vegas, NV 89109Neighborhood:
Contemporary French / AmericanPrice: $31 to $50
Central Las Vegas
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://www.centrallv.com/
- Phone: 7026505921
- Hours of Operation:
Open 24 Hours a Day
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Contemporary French / American, Contemporary French, Contemporary American
- Executive Chef: Michel Richard
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Cafe, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, View, Wheelchair Access
- Private Party Facilities: Private dining and event accommodations at Central Michel Richard at Caesars Palace offer flexibility and luxury for groups of any size. Let our menu inspire you, then look at our available spaces to determine the best fit. For all private dining and event accommodations, please reach out to our Event Coordinator Brian Derck and he will be in touch with more information and will help you with every aspect of your event planning. We look forward to helping you create an event to remember!
- Private Party Contact: Brian Derck 7025385321
A word from Central Las Vegas
Central Michel Richard in Las Vegas has a prime location, adjacent to the lobby in Caesars Palace, making it an ideal meeting place for leisure travelers, conference attendees, just about everyone! With its double-sided full bar, specialty cocktail menu and outdoor patio terrace, it’s no wonder why Vegas insiders have dubbed the 9,600 square-foot contemporary restaurant an innovation of the warm and familiar. Savory favorites from Michel Richard’s existing repertoire include charcuterie and cheese selections, including his “faux” gras terrine, sandwiches including the popular tuna and beef burgers, appetizers such as the tartare of filet mignon and the flavorful goat cheese Caesar salad. Main courses include Richard’s famous fried chicken and mashed potatoes, 72-hour short ribs with Syrah sauce, and rotisserie chicken accompanied by roasted potatoes. Central’s dessert menu is highlighted by delectable items such Michel’s cheesecake with raspberry sauce and signature chocolate bar.Continued
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Central Las Vegas reviews from OpenTable diners
6 reviews since April 30, 2014
- Ambiance4.2Noise LevelEnergetic
neighborhood gem (2)great for brunch (1)kid-friendly (1)fit for foodies (1)good for groups (1)great for outdoor dining (1)romantic (1)special occasion (1)great for lunch (1)late-night find (1)scenic view (1)hot spot (1)notable wine list (1)Show More
- Gail62VIPDined on 7/8/2014The food is consistently good. Had a hamburger and fries, it was delicious and my wife had the Chinese Chicken Salad, execellentSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good findOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 6/5/2014Central Las Vegas is cheaper than many places you'll find in Vegas, but the food was excellent. We sat down at 6:45 and the place was fairly empty but was starting to pick up (dim lights, band starting, etc.) as we were almost finished, so I'm guessing we just beat the dinner rush. The steaks were pretty expensive but the seafood plates, we ordered the Tuna and Salmon, were fairly priced and cooked perfectly. The crab cake appetizer was awesome, no breading, all meat.
- The following 7 reviews are from the Central Las Vegas reviews archive.
- Meh!jondersVIPDined on 4/7/2014Clearly, my presence at this restaurant annoyed the hostess and my service from the rest of the team wasn't much better. Being a single diner, the hostess almost insisted I sit at the bar although the restaurant was practically empty and I was eating lunch later than the normal Noon-2pm lunch hours. When I told her I would prefer a table near the natural light of the window, she groused about that section of the restaurant being closed. Then begrudgingly sat me at a four-top close to the closed section. To top that off, I found the food very average. Central by Michel Richard had a great reputation in DC. Clearly, this is just a Michel Richard restaurant in name only.
- I shows that no one goesTheGeneralVIPDined on 4/5/2014"Central" is a mess - they have almost no business some nights and have changed the menu and changed dishes to try and "search and fix what customers want".... What they want Central does not provide because they ahve slipped too far to recover. Ceasars would do well to just use the space for a new concept.
- Great meeting spotout4funDined on 3/30/2014Central location off the hotel main lobby is a great spot to meet friends or business customers. Food and service was very good and prices are reasonable for a good meal.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good food and fun atmosphere,Vegas2visitVIPDined on 3/28/2014Good food and fun atmosphere, just off the Casino Floor. Open to the bar, so TV was available for NCAA Basketball
- Changes at RestaurantEBKAUFMANDined on 3/22/2014Central used to be one of my "go to" strip restaurant's. However, recent changes (no longer outdoor seating - which had an amazing view) and a reduced menu which no longer offers it's combo specials (appetizers, entree, and desert) now makes this just an ordinary restaurant.Special Features:
- A gem of the hidden Las VegasJacksonDined on 3/11/2014We were looking for a nice restaurant away from the Las Vegas strip. This is certainly one to recommend. Particularly unique is the wine shop that is a part of the restaurant. You can pick out your own bottle. This is a particularly value that the wine connoisseur should note since the wine is retail priced and not burdened with the usual restaurant markup.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- DisappointingSolODined on 3/8/2014The food was overpriced but the restaurant is in a Las Vegas hotel so that probably goes without saying. But the chef who is associated with the restaurant is Michel Richard. I remember a fantastic meal at Citrus on Melrose. This one doesn't come close. Our first disappointment came when one of our party asked about the schnitzel listed on the pdf menu online. Apparently, no longer. We both ordered the signature fried chicken. Meh. One could probably share this dish since it was 2 boneless chicken breasts on a garlic mashed potatoes. Chicken was moist but if you're looking for fried chicken, you're better off looking for a Popeye's. Or maybe even a Church's or KFC. Other dishes by our group, loop de mer and short ribs were just OK