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About Don Vito's Italian - South Point Casino
When Italian cuisine strikes your fancy, Don Vito’s is the place to whet your appetite. Our culinary team starts with the freshest ingredients and transforms them into traditional favorites Don Vito’s regulars rave about. Start with a Caprese style salad of ripe tomatoes, fresh basil and mozzarella Chef Angelo makes by hand. Next, on to homemade gnocchi or ravioli, two other local favorites. Savory soups, freshly baked breads, seafood flown in daily, and a wide variety of Italian desserts are showcased in this stylishly appointed specialty room. Attentive and accommodating service will make your pre-show dinner, special occasion, or night on the town an even more memorable experience.
Las Vegas, NV 89183
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Don Vito's is located inside the South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa. The hotel offers complimentary valet parking, garage parking and surface parking.
Peter Joseph Angelo
Beer, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Don Vito's Italian - South Point Casino Ratings and Reviews
We have eaten at Don Vito’s with some regularity over the years. This is a very good Italian restaurant. The offering is not on the cutting edge of anything, but the menu is varied, the food is full of flavor and satisfying, and the ingredients are fresh and of good quality. The staff have always been attentive and friendly. And the large dining room is attractive and reasonably quiet.
We come to South Point every year for the PBR Finals and Don Vito's Restaurant is ALWAYS on our list to eat, we celebrate my birthday and our anniversary. It's the highlight of our trip. This year we went twice! Next year will be our 50th Anniversary and you can bet we will be making reservations at Don Vito's.
The food was well presented. I ordered a seafood Fra Diavalo dish. It wasn't spiced at all. The seafood was adequate and the linguini was well prepared. The appetizer of Calamari was very poor. They served a good sized portion but it was tough and the coating was greasy. The dessert was very good. The bread was not what you'd expect at an Italian restaurant. The servers were excellent. The atmosphere was pleasant. I wish the food was better. Two others ordered Shrimp Fettachini. It was bland. The shrimp was fresh but the pasta and it sauce was tasteless. I wish that I could give a better review but it is what it is.
We've eaten at Don Vito's a number of times - every time we've stayed at the Southpoint Resort it's been first choice for dining. If it's just 2-4 people, I would recommend asking for a booth - the booths around the back are nice and quiet, the booths along the front are better for "people watching" into the casino area. Food is very good but beware you get a lot of it, maybe good to share unless you can take some home or back to your hotel with you. Servers and staff are courteous and friendly. Nice ambience.
As usual the food was good. the three problems were they brought me the wrong item and the noise was very loud, that we had a hard time talking to each other. The last and important thing was I told them when I made the reservations that it was my husband birthday. he had to prove it to them.
Lovely dining room with very good service. The food just isn't very good. Bread selections tasted stale, and the dipping oil was unpleasant and chunky. We asked for butter instead. The fettucini Alfredo was bland, the veal picatta was grey, slightly tough, and lacking flavor, and the lobster fettucini had a tasty sauce and a fair amount of lobster, but the lobster was overcooked and rubbery, with several bits of shell and cartilage for extra crunchiness. The entire meal seemed like banquet fare instead of upscale dining. The high point of the meal was the salad with bleu cheese dressing. It was very good. The Caesar salads were underwhelming. All edible but a disappointing meal.
Ordered halibut off the menu..when brought to the table the fish was either the wrong type or a not prepared correctly. The waiter did offer me something else but at that point I had lost my appetite. Halibut is a fish I have enjoyed many times in the past at other venues.
This was our third visit and each time the food has been good. My husband loves spaghetti and really likes Don Vito's. The tomato and mozzarella salad is excellent and I had the eggplant Parmesan and it was good as well. Love the Italian Lemon Drop. Give you lots of food. Too full for dessert.
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