La Cave - Wynn Las Vegas
It was good but a bit overpriced for brunch, drinks seemed a bit weak.
We loved La Cave. Our server Dean, was outstanding, both in his pleasant and friendly demeanor and description of the menu. The one thing I did not like was the person who filed our water kept leaning over my fellow diner to the point where it interrupted her eating and almost leaned right into her shoulder. It was very disruptive to the table. The food was outstanding, I would definitely recommend this restaurant to others.
The brunch is great food and great fun, one of my all time faves.
Disappointing! We go to LaCave every time we’re in Vegas but it’s gone downhill - NO California wines! Sea Bass horrible and Flat Bread soggy... Hope they change because it used to be so good!
A favorite place of ours
Great tapas , excellent wines and service
Beautiful out on patio!
What a great find! Dining room is mostly open air & beautiful ♡ The food & service were great
Have been wanting to come here for a couple of years because upon first walk by it seemed like a wine cellar type restaurant. Arrived early to avoid crowds and noise. We had a corner table overlooking the pool area. Very nice. Shared small plates. Crab ravioli to die for and the satay chicken melted in our mouths. Grilled shrimp was fine and the kale salad excellent and more portion than we bargained for. Service was attentive until the crowd filled in and they tried to remove our plates before we were finished but overall very good. The bar area is darker and more the atmosphere I imagined, so maybe next time for a drink.
It’s not a terrible place but the food is average at best. Small plates so a couple needs to order 6-8 plates for a dinner level meal. There are so many great restaurants in LV and we are local so we probably wouldn’t go back.
best beets and goat cheese ever
Food is very interesting. They take some risks and chances on the food so don't go there if you're looking for something normal. Love the atmosphere and approach they take.
When they open the window to outside there is a windy vortex but worth it because the food is amazing
Open air seating. Tapas style plates. Great atmosphere but a little loud.
The staff was very friendly and professional. Food was fantastic! Atmosphere was cool and sexy, great dinner before our concert. Perfect location and ambience!
Love the small plate menu and the open air feeling. Great place. Cant wait o return sometime soon.
The lump crab lettuce cups and the bacon wrapped dates were delicious. Definitely worth going just for that.
As always, La Cave never disappoints. Amber the manager takes amazing care of us from the perfect table to fabulous service. Matt did a great job of taking care of our needs. We love dining at this place. You’d be crazy to skip.
Slightly off the beat and path at Wynn, which is a good thing. When you walk in the smells from the oven send the right signals, you know its going to taste real good. Small restaurant, tables a bit close together. We had a pizza and two salads which was perfect amount of food. Others nearby order tapas style small plates, and i must say, they were a couple of bites at best. Service was spot on, wines were priced at typical Wynn levels. I would put this a notch below the many high end restaurants at the Wynn, which is my sweet spot, so we will be back.
Can’t go wrong, it’s a unknown surprise hidden away at Wynn. The Cesar salad and carpaccio are favorites. Beignets are my dessert of choice.
We tried a number of dishes and shared. The Ravioli are amazing along with the Halibut and Scallops. The Caesar salad is very good as well. The wine was delicious as well.
I would absolutely recommend this restaurant as a must for your visit to Vegas!
Would have been
Excellent food and knowledgeable staff
We went before the John Fogerty Concert. The food was excellent. Nice to have small plates and try a few different things. Would definitely go again!
It was great!
Had an amazing dinner for birthday boys and friends. Thanks for accommodating us all.
La Cave was a great spot to get a drink with friends and enjoy some amazing food with normal tapas portions so you don’t over eat before a night out in Vegas. Everything we had was incredible.
My husband and I were so disappointed with our date night experience while on vacation this week. The servIce was mediocre at best. Our Caesar Salad was the highlight of the meal...creative, amazing dressing, and presentation. However, the flat iron steak medallions were horrible. Some bites were so tough to chew that I spit out two bites into my napkin and gave up eating the dish. My husband would not give up and finished his portion. We decided not to order anything else from the menu. They cannot give you bread and butter to go with your meal because they only have flat bread dough with garlic and it would be served to us in the form of pizza crust. No one from management ever came to our table. Our server “was clocking out” so we had to pay our bill before finishing our 2nd glass of wine. The server reported our issue to his manager before he left, and they did take the cost of the medallions off our check. The restaurant calls you inside with intrigue and ambiance, but let’s you down hard with the overall experience.
One of the few restaurants during our stay in Las Vegas that had an extensive wine list. Food and service were superb.
This was an amazing dining experience: the food, drinks, service, and ambience were spectacular The small plates were perfect to sample a variety of foods. We sat along a beautiful green wall (great backdrop for photos that the busboy happily took) overlooking the outdoor courtyard. We will definitely be back.
This was a great choice in Vegas. Loved the food and great service.
The service was outstanding and the ambiance wonderful! The food was fair, my husband and I both ordered the prime flat iron steak and it turned out to be a disappointment. The steak was mostly gristle but the few bites that were actual chewable meat were delicious. The mushroom and brussels sprout yuzu was the side dish and was good but not outstanding. The best part of the meal was the beet salad and my glass of wine! Really disappointing.
Wide variety of excellent tapas food. Also a great wine selection.
The restaurant was busier than usual because of a private event in the courtyard, but we appreciated the attentive service. And the food and wine were just delightful!
This felt like a little hidden gem!! Absolutely enjoyed their brunch! The snickers pancakes were to die for!!!!!
They were out of many wines leaving you to choose expensive options $30-$50 per glass. Portions were very small. The flatbread was good
Small tapas style plates of food which were all stunningly delicious. I don’t usually expect much from small plates, but wow these were a delight. Even just the beet and burrata salad was top notch, same with the awesome pastry onion soup. Would happily return!
La Cave is one of our favorite dining spots in Las Vegas. Always a great experience with food, service
and ambience. We had a early meal before going to the Earth Wind and Fire concert.
Food was delicious. Not a place to come with a huge appetite. The portions are very small - as advertised, but again, very tasty.
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Third time here. And the last. They’ve changed things. Maybe I ordered the wrong thing. My steak was tough, stringy and cold. If the server would have checked, I would have sent it back. But she was never seen again. Too bad...we liked this place.
The food was underwhelming. My Thai flatbread might have been a frozen flatbread because it was bland and uninspired. I had the worst martini I’ve ever had. Definitely would recommend you skip this place.