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About Costa di Mare - Wynn Las Vegas
Star chef Mark LoRusso makes waves with the authentic Italian seafood cookery showcased at Costa di Mare at Wynn. His exhuberant cuisine is based on simplicity. taking top quality seafood, and with few ingredients and a minimum of technique, turning it into stellar, rustic presentations as delicious as those you might experience on the coastline of Italy. Fresh fish and shellfish – including live langostinos flown in daily from Mediterranean waters, are the star attraction here, sharing the bill of fare with housemade pastas. The signature Doni di Mare (Gifts of the Sea) tasting menu is a superb way to savor the ultimate coastal dining experience. The two-story space, replete with sweeping staircase and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking a shimmering laguna, is big on drama. Reservations are accepted on-line for indoor dining only. Requests for seasonal outdoor cabana dining are handled by phone only.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Italian, Seafood, Mediterranean
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Daily: 5:30PM - 10:00PM.
Las Vegas Boulevard South @ Sands Avenue
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Enclosed parking inside the Wynn self park garage, located off Las Vegas Boulevard. Valet parking is also available at both the Wynn Main Gate on Las Vegas Boulevard or the Wynn South Gate on Sands Avenue. Please visit wynnlasvegas.com/parking for rates and further information.
24/7 Las Vegas Public Transit (Deuce Bus and Express Bus) stops outside on Las Vegas Boulevard.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Costa di Mare is dedicated to the idea that great Italian food must be based on two unwavering principles: freshness and simplicity. Experience a true Italian coastal dining experience in the private dining rooms, balconies and outdoor cabanas of this unique Wynn restaurant.
Costa di Mare - Wynn Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
We were a group of 4. We ate at 4 restaurants while in Vegas. Costa Di Mare was our least favourite.
We were seated upstairs which was not great. We would have preferred to be downstairs. It would have felt more like we were in the restaurant. We had no view of the outdoors.
The food itself was not great. It was just ok. Not what you would expect for the price. This place is expensive. We had fish for our main. It was $80 per person and was nothing special and a very small portion size.
One of the more beautiful restaurants we've been to. Food and wine were excellent. Service was friendly but for some reason our waiter changed mid-service and there was a delay getting our dessert and bill. When it came it included something we didn't order. Struck me as strange for an operation that otherwise looked buttoned up.
We have eaten here over 30 times over the last few years when it was still Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare. Now that Paul Bartolotta is gone, it's not nearly as good. My Spaghetti with Botarga was so-so. It was supposed to also have saffron & tomato, but that was nearly non-existent, and it was very dry. The ravioli were good as always. The bread basket tomato bread was so over baked it was like a hockey puck. But the saddest part was the Rombo (turbot). We've gotten it in numerous occasions & loved it. This was also overcooked & dry. I've heard the new chef, I believe it's Mark LaRusso (sp?) whom was at two other places in the Wynn, which are no longer there. Maybe it's him....
Very price for what it is, not worthed the money we spend, normal italian food that could be eaten in any italian restaurant but triple the prices and ane third size portions that you normally get at italian restaurants in US and Europe. Stuffy atmosphere of elegant restaurant not maching the quality of the food. Wouldn't recommend it to anyone. There are better restaurants in Vegas...
This was my first time at Costa Di Mare as I was visiting Vegas with a friend for a girls weekend. I chose this restaurant because who doesn't love Italian and also because of it's Vegetarian/Vegan options. All of the Wynn restaurants offer Vegetarian/Vegan options. It did not disappoint. Our waiter Luca was kind, Italian and very helpful with the menu options as well as my wine choices. My friend and I enjoyed the Risotto and paired it with the Querciabella Chianti Classico. These are the little things that make a great dining experience. The Ambiance was so peaceful and inviting. We had a window table where the window opened up to a beautiful pond filled with Koi fish. I will definitely be returning with my husband. The menu selection had so may delicious options and I can not wait to try some of the other dishes. A must for all.
Excellent choice for authentic table side prepared whole fish just like good restaurants around Sorrento, Positano and the Amalfi Coast. Wait staff that has chosen this as a career rather than a stop. My wife had a gluten-free dessert that was made with Almond Paste that ranked with the best she ever had even before she was diagnosed with Celiac disease. All in all, a memorable Anniversary Dinner.
This was a very unique dining experience. Our food was great as was the service. It was difficult to order the seafood as they were very quick to explain different types of fish available and with the waiters accents, it was even a bit more difficult. The fish was sold by the 100 grams so it ended up quite pricey but was great for a "once in a lifetime" meal.
I wish I had better things to say about this restaurant but unfortunately our experience was subpar. We had reservations and arrived on time, however the hostess told us our table wasn't ready so we were welcome to wait in the bar (we noticed this is common in Vegas - probably a great way to sell alcohol but a little frustrating when you make reservations weeks ahead of time and arrive punctually and hungry). We went to the bar and we're ignored for a good 6-7 minutes before the bartender came over to take our order. Drinks were great, no complaint. We were then showed to our table about 20 minutes later (this was irritating). The server apologized for the wait and explained they understood it was our anniversary and had a special table picked out but needed to wait for the guests before us to leave. The table was beautiful so I could appreciate this. The server later came to take our order and I ordered a seafood spaghetti. The server then asked if I wanted to entree or appetizer. Strange one would order spaghetti as an appetizer so I looked at him inquisitively (not to mention this wasn't listed on the menu as an appetizer). He then explained the size difference. An entree portion was by no means exorbitant where the appetizer wouldn't be enough for my six year old to fill up on. I chose the entree portion and he then said the cost would be double what is listed on the menu. Huh?? So you list an "appetizer" as an "entree" on the menu, then put someone on the spot when they order in front of the rest of the party to tell them that in order to actually make a meal of their so-called entree, the price will be twice as much. Uh... okay. Then double the price it is (I guess). Later in the meal a fight ensued inside with another party where a man began yelling expletives at the other respective members of his, causing a scene and later storming out with several other women. We spent over $400 for 2 drinks, 4 entrees and two apps . Way overpriced and totally overrated.
We did the James Beard House Tasting menu with wine pairing. The entire experience was magnificent. The ravioli with truffles paired with a wonderful Barolo was a highlight along with the grilled octopus. The service was perfect: very knowledgeable, timely, polite and friendly but not intrusive. It is an experience that lovers of food and wine will completely enjoy.
I had made reservation for private cabana outdoors for our wedding anniversary and committed for a minimum spend fir that table. When we arrived they told us that the outdoors was closed and they showed us a table just in front of the kitchen service door. They should have informed us in advance that the outdoors was closed for the night.
The service was great and the restaurant was Beautiful. The food was fair compared to other exspensive restaurants. This was the most exspensive bill I have ever recieved, 500 dollars for 2 people, and we would not mind paying if the food was Worth it. The food was very plain, lobster was not the best and not much lobster for what we paid, Went with what the waitress recommended and it was hardly any lobster, had much more at other fine restaurants. We recieved some zuccinni with butter and small tator tots- not very impressed. Would not recommend this Place to anyone, sorry..
I want to say hands down to this restaurant. I think it is one of the best at Wynn resort. Luciano and Jerman were our servers last night and they went above and beyond to serve us and make our meal enjoyable. The food is top notch, fresh, the homemade pasta. I can't say enough good things about this place. A definite must try.
Thank you for everything and these 2 guys will not disappoint!
Went for a late dinner after watching KA in MGM. My 2nd in the restaurant but still was very impressed by the great decoration and style. Both indoor tables and outdoor tables seem nice.
Service was great. We wanted to do family style and servers were accommodative and attentive. Good wine suggestions. My younger son was too tired to stay up. He fell asleep half way through the dinner and the servers brought over a 2nd chair and a cushion to make it more comfortable.
Loved the food. Many unique offerings on the seafood. Fresh seafoods only indigenous to Italian coast are brought in. Had the turbo fish for the entry and asked for the whole fish without filleting or deboning and the server happily obliged. Great pasta dishes too -- we had three among us and all of them were excellent. Also tried the artichoke salad and liked it even though I am not a salad person.
A bit expensive on the value part, especially the main entry fish. Server originally recommend 1500 gram turbo fish for 4 adults which would've been about $60 per person just for the fish. I am glad we insisted on 900gram. It was more than enough with other appetizers, pasta, and the huge portions of sides.
Overall, great experience and highly recommend, especially if you are a seafood person.
We were 3 people with 3 different experiences, which unfortunately dampers the whole. My prawn and tomato soup was good, not great. My wife had the grilled octopus, which was excellent. My mother had the fritto misto which was dissapointing. The wine selection was great and the suggestions were very good. Service was good early on but lacking in the later stages. For the main, I had a seafood pasta, which again was good but not great. My wife had the ricotta ravioli, also good. My mother had the seafood risotto. The risotto's consistancy was too liquidy and poorly done. For fear of seaming difficult, we did not send it back, but very disappointed nonetheless. We then had a variety of gelatos and sorbets and they were all excellent! A hefty price was paid at the end for a meal that left us wanting, despite the fantastic finish.
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