DB Brasserie - The Venetian
3355 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89109Neighborhood:
The Venetian and Palazzo
French AmericanPrice: $31 to $50
DB Brasserie - The Venetian
- Dining Style: Casual Elegant
- Website: http://www.dbbrasserie.com/
- Phone: 7024301235
- Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily: 11:00am - 3:00pm.
Dinner: Daily: 5:00pm - 11:00pm.
- Payment Options: AMEX,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Steak, French American, French
- Executive Chef: David Middleton
- Dress Code: Smart Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
A word from DB Brasserie - The Venetian
Daniel Boulud returns to the Las Vegas strip with a contemporary French-American restaurant highlighting updated bistro classics, shellfish, charcuterie, and premium steaks. Located on "Restaurant Row" just off the casino floor at The Venetian, DB Brasserie serves both lunch and dinner in a casual yet comfortable ambiance. Bar and lounge seating is always available and walk-ins are welcome. We feature a three-course prix-fixe menu in addition to a large a la carte menu. DB Brasserie has two private rooms that can accommodate up to 20 people each.Continued
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DB Brasserie - The Venetian reviews from OpenTable diners
161 reviews since May 2, 2014
- Ambiance4Noise LevelModerate
fit for foodies (89)special occasion (57)notable wine list (49)romantic (41)good for groups (39)great for lunch (35)hot spot (16)great for brunch (13)vibrant bar scene (11)late-night find (8)neighborhood gem (6)great for outdoor dining (4)scenic view (4)kid-friendly (3)Show More
- tasty and an imaginative restaurantbillVIPDined on 8/28/2014very good food, service, and ambience. The staff was very friendly and helpful.Special Features:
- Good not greatCraigCDined on 8/27/2014Came for dinner to celebrate birthday. Menu has changed quite a bit in the few months since opening So the duo of beef I wanted was no longer available although the Tunisian lamb was great alternative. Appetisers were all good as was the steak frites Cooked perfectly. Desserts were a Let down. Profiteroles overly hard Although nice gelato filling and chocolate sauce. The sundae was tasteless. Overall the food Was good but nothing blew us away (especially for the amount charged) and they need to sort out the music. Soft rock and pop blaring seems out of place for a French brasserie.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great Way to Celebrate an OccasionRichardDined on 8/27/2014We went during restaurant week so the value was excellent. The setting is made to resemble a french bistro/brasserie and the spacing between tables enabled us to have an opportunity to converse easily. The food was the treat! Perfectly prepared and presented. We'll be back.Special Features:
- Loved it!OpenTable Diner Since 2007Dined on 8/27/2014Perfect spot for an upscale yet affordable lunch. 2 beautiful courses for $25. The food will blow you away!Special Features:
- Fastest service in townOpenTable Diner Since 2008Dined on 8/27/2014Everything you expect in a Daniel Boulud restaurant, except that this one gave us service at a 100 mph. We came to this restaurant during Three Squares week for lunch. The noise level is noticeable because the reception area opens up to the casino floor. The food was very good, with the portions being generous. Our service, however, was very rushed. Felt like they were trying to close early because they had to be somewhere else. In fact, when the waiter served the main course, he began describing the dish about 5 feet from the table while attempting to utilized John Moschitta's speed talking technique (Fed Ex fast talker). He literally tossed my plate on the table as he walked by. Otherwise, would recommend.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- not impressedlkw21Dined on 8/26/2014was excited to try a Daniel Boulud rest. but left disappointed; we went to celebrate my mom's bday and despite noting when I made the reservation and the waiter verifying, they did nothing to assist with the celebration (no cake or dessert and put us at a table at the entrance where we were basically looking at slots all meal when the rest of the restaurant was empty). food was mediocre at best. we started with 2 orders of the cold seafood tower and at $75/each, it was nothing more than a dozen oysters with 2 shrimps, 1 king crab leg and 1/2 lobster tail (will never recommend anyone to go there for this on the strip as Joe's or Mastro's does a much better job and you get your monies worth). $90 rib-eye was OK but nothing to go back for.
- Two starsOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 8/25/2014I can only speak for the pre fix menu that my party received as part of a package. The choices were slim, the food was just very average. So Many other places to choose from. SW steak house at the Wynn for example!! I would not return, nor would I recommend.
- Exquisite ExperienceTMTNYCVIPDined on 8/25/2014Booked a lunch reservation during Restaurant Week and what an amazing meal. Certainly one of the the best values of all the Las Vegas restaurants participating in Restaurant Week. Will definitely be returning to DB Brasserie!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Favorite lunch in vegasAnnieDined on 8/25/2014Went for restaurant week and had the fixed price lunch. It was fantastic. Great food and service. Would go back just for the dessert. I was a single diner and felt very comfortable there.Special Features:
- Perfectly cooked French cuisineJJ123Dined on 8/24/2014We had guests in from out of town. Because of the special pre fixe lunch, we were able to eat 3 dishes for a very low price. Everything was cooked perfectly, seasoned exceptionally well, and the pacing of the meal was just right. This is a great place for couples to enjoy a romantic meal.Special Features:
- Restaurant Week 2014GerggDined on 8/23/2014Great deal for lunch. Lots of amazing, high end food. The wife and I were very impressed. Lots of staff and very attentive for lunch.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Prix FixeSteveKDined on 8/22/2014We had a great prix fixe lunch for 4 during restaurant week.Special Features:
- Restaurant WeekOpenTable Diner Since 2010VIPDined on 8/22/2014Went for lunch each dish was delicious. The service was excellent and the restaurant was buzzing.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Wonderful!!SabrinaMataDined on 8/21/2014Wonderful french/ american food!! I love the taste dishes from the Top Chef, Daniel!! Amazing experience!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- inexcusable servicefoodluv7Dined on 8/18/2014I was appalled with this restaurant! We had reservations here for a late dinner and both selected sea bass. Turns out they only had 1 left. No big deal. We looked at the menu again and chose the short ribs, and we could share. The waiter said they were out of short ribs, as well. We settled on filet. Then, the manager came over and said they had to remake the sea bass for another table, and we needed to select yet another item from the menu. At this point, I would have expected an entree on the house. That suggestion was never made. Our food then took over 1 1/2 hrs. Only when the waiter overheard me saying there was no way I was going to give him a good tip, did he offer us a comp glass of wine. But, he asked us not to tell his boss.
- connoiseurOpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 8/16/2014We where greeted nicely, Happy Birthday to my Wife ! Then try to seat us on exhubition Table, even i requested a somewhat off Table. Problem resolved, no Problem. Food was OK, being a Chef and in the Business for over 40 Years (from Alsace) i'd expected a bit more Finesse! especially with the Tarte Flambee.......we think the Place is way over Priced !!!!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- DB has done it again!FoodiefromNYCDined on 8/15/2014Can't lose with Daniel Boloud - you are guaranteed an amazing meal!Special Features:
- High Hopes, But Lacking FinesseGingerbeardBrianDined on 8/10/2014Great Setting, but needs more refinement, carrots undercooked and hard, shortrib was overcooked. Scallops & Rock shrimp was sandy/gritty, cocktails were nice though.Special Features:
- mdhinvegasmdhinvegasDined on 8/10/2014Not the same DB's as he used to have at Wynn for sure. Think I will go back to T. Keller's place for French food instead.
- DisappointedExChefDined on 8/7/2014Right off casino floor... noisy and darkish. Service was ambivilent and provided zero personal touch. Food was OK but nothing spectacular relative to price and reputation of chef. Would not go again. Suggest going upstairs to Bouchon by Thomas Kellar which was truly 5 star in all respects.
- A Boulud dissapoinmentSadNYCDined on 8/7/2014For a Vegas restaurant very good, for a Boulud restaurant, such a disappointment
- What's the point?PMxxVIPDined on 8/6/2014i made a reservation using Open Table which was quick and easy as always. Then the next morning i received a voice mail from the restaurant, DB Brasserie, informing me that I had to call them to confirm my reservation. Not only was this an unnecessary annoyance, but what is the point of booking a table using Open Table if I have to call the restaurant anyway to confirm. For this reason, as well as the poor service, I will not be returning to DB Brasserie
- disappointingDaddyDinesDined on 8/5/2014I expected more from this brasserie, the main issue was the slow service;20 minutes before order being taken, 45 minutes before appetisers were delivered and it wasn't a busy evening. Food was ok but a two course meal took 2 hours, far too long. It wasn't worth the $.
- Not up to the hype...HotelGuruDined on 8/4/2014In our experience, generally over-rated for a weeknight ay 7:00PM. Roasted chicken and Beef Duo were our entrée choices. Both were good with solid presentation. Sauce with the Roasted chicken was a bit overwhelming with a heavy, almost caramel consistency. We were sat close to the front entrance near the casino floor which is a shame--the noise overflow is grating and I wish they had "windows" to the casino floor that would at least allow for some overflow noise reduction. Service was disappointing at this price point. Simple things like refilling water, lack of menu knowledge, back servers that don't clear a table, lack of dessert offerings, and a simple lack of attention were evident throughout the dinner.
- OpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 8/2/2014We had a great lunch and dinner at the restaurant. We originally booked to have dinner we liked it so much we had lunch there as well. The lunch options were great. Service was excellent. Would come backSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Overpriced and tiny portionsFineDinerDined on 8/1/2014We were given two menus with different prices on which should have set alarm bells ringing. Then the waiter brought rare lamb instead of medium which was ordered. Food was massively overpriced, and portions were tiny. We left hungry and feeling ripped off. Avoid!
- Pleasant for classic foodLocalDinesOutDined on 7/31/2014Dinner price fixe reasonably priced. Food interesting, nicely presented. Service a tad slow but we were not in a hurry. Dining room very attractive. I had the classic coq au vin and it was fork tender, in a lovely sauce with carrots and mushrooms. Breads nothing special and cold. Butter from Vermont lovely. Friends first course salad not noteworthy.Special Features:
- Great food.FoodjpDined on 7/30/2014Enjoyed my meal. Food was delicious and service was fabulous. Will go back for sure.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- more of a casino snackbarfoodandwineDined on 7/23/2014food does not compare to other DB restaurants, shocked by the difference in quality. the worst part of the experience is the service and location. since it is open to the casino, all you hear and see is casino activity and unfortunately smell cigar and cigarette smoke. we asked to be moved towards the back of the resturant and they said no, that all tables are reserved but by the end of our dinner the entire section was still vacant. service very non engaging and spotty, had to refill our wine glasses ourselves, had to ask for more bread and they brought 2 small pieces, etc.
- Good FoodVictorvf75Dined on 7/17/2014We enjoyed great hamburguers and the service was greatSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Don't get the soup!McTavishDined on 7/16/2014We ate at DB Brasserie, having just had a fabulous meal at Maison Boulud in Montreal a few weeks ago. We had high hopes. While most of the dishes were okay, I ordered the French Onion Soup. It was inedible! There must have been an entire carton of salt in my bowl. I complained and the response was something like "somebody else said it was too salty, too." Then fix it! They did remove the soup from the bill, but that left me with a slice of "just okay" pate for dinner. I hope the menu can be fixed. The restaurant is beautiful and the service was very good. Location is fun -- you can look out at the casino, but it is not too loud.
- JBPBVIPDined on 7/16/2014Fantastic food and service. It does not get any better in Las Vegas.Special Features:
- Underdelivered tasteWXYZDined on 7/16/2014Both our main dishes Duck confit and Lamb Chop were very salty, disappointing. Appetizer Escargot came out good. Grand Marnier Souffle puffy nice but sugary.
- Everything was spot onRlbennenDined on 7/14/2014Hit this restaurant up for dinner after a big lunch, so I wasn't expecting to eat much. Wow. Big mistake! Everything I had was incredible. I wish I would have had room for more! Great list of appetizers, and the wine list looked incredible. I was just going to have one glass of wine, so I went with the waiters rec. very solid. He recommended a merlot that is probably the best wine I've tasted in years! I went with the duck, and it was perfect. Great restaurant, and I will definitely be back.Special Features:
- Daniel Boulud doesn't disappointThelmeenaVIPDined on 7/13/2014I had just recently made a trip to NYC and went to Bar Boulud, which was a sore disappointment. So when I found out that Daniel Boulud was opening a new restaurant in Vegas, I wasn't too excited to try it out. But one of my friends had just gone to DB Brasserie the week before and said it was a redeeming experience. I couldn't agree more! The service was pretty flawless, all of the food was excellent. We tried the pate, the foie gras, burrata salad, and a seafood pasta topped with bottarga that was so fragrant and decadent I had to take a moment. It was all reseaonably priced, but we are sad that we missed their special prix fix menu that is available from 5-7pm and they also have a happy hour menu that I would want to try next time.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Our 10 years anniversarydontbotherDined on 7/12/2014Food is ok, nothing that really blow you away, we ordered Duck Presse, Saint Jacques a La Provencale, Steak Frites. Just another typical french restaurant that we've try before. We're only like the butter with bread.Special Features:
- good food but very expensive!queenmotherVIPDined on 7/12/2014We had drinks prior to dinner and my husband always asks for blue cheeses olives in his martini. When we got the bill, we noticed that they charged an extra two dollars for the olives. The bartender didn't tell us that there was an extra charge for blue cheese olives. We have NEVER been charged extra for blue cheeses olives before!Special Features:
- Great lunchPaulVIPDined on 7/11/2014It was hard to find in the Venetian as most of the staff were unaware of it's location since it has been open only 2 months. The food was outstanding and the service was great. They had the best coffee I have ever had in a restaurant. I can't wait to return for dinner.Special Features:
- Not quite there yetWineAddictionVIPDined on 7/10/2014After reading the Las Vegas press reviews, you'd think this restaurant was the best thing to happen to Vegas in a long time. Sadly, it's not nearly as good as the reviews say. The Tarte Flambee was decent, but lacked punch. The Roast Chicken was not as good as you can find elsewhere on the Strip, and the Pommes Lyonnaise were a fail - they tasted like sugar had been dumped into them. And does "parsley salad" mean a bunch of parsley leaves dumped on the plate? Sitting in the room the place feels like you are sitting in a garage looking out of four large garage doors. Still, the caesar salad was excellent, and the staff were friendly. The food needs work to match up to Bouchon, Comme Ca, etc.Special Features:
- Great Duck!VetyExyVIPDined on 7/7/2014Loved the crispy duck confit! The onion rings were so delicate and tasty! Incredible dessert-Pistachio/Cherry Sundae! Hostess Stefanie and waiter Thierry were wonderful...Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.