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About Marche Bacchus
Awarded TOP 10 Vegas Restaurant by "Eating Las Vegas: The 50 Essential Restaurants, Best Vegas Outdoor Restaurant, Best French, Best Wine List and Best Neighborhood restaurant, Marché Bacchus serves contemporary French cuisine featuring a large variety of seafood and meats in a comfortable and casual environment. You can select from romantic lakeside patio seating along a serene lake or a beautiful dining room with windows overlooking the lake. Our cuisine is the creation of Executive Chef, Tom Moloney, and Consulting Chef, Luciano Pellegrini, formerly of Valentino. The wine list is among the best in Las Vegas, with over 950 labels to select from. Perennialy proclaimed as one of the best restaurant wine values in the United States, all wine selected from our retail wine store can be enjoyed at the table with a $10 corkage fee.
Las Vegas, NV 89128
French, Contemporary French, Wine Bar
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Daily: 11:00am - 3:30pm; Dinner Daily: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 10:00am - 3:30pm
Buffalo & Lake Mead
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Entertainment on our Waterfront Terrace four nights a week
and always complimentary to our diners. Every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, 6:30pm to 9:30pm, enjoy a variety of talented singers/guitarists.
Both on-site and off-site catering available for parties and private events of 10-200, including wedding ceremonies and receptions. Beautiful indoor and outdoor venues available. We can prepare one-of-a-kind delights for that special event. For wine connoisseurs, specialty off-site wine tasting and food pairing events are available.
Public parking available adjacent to the restaurant with handicapped parking at the entrance to the restaurant.
We are convenient to the Citizens Area Transport routes. Taxi and limousine services available from the Strip and other parts of Clark County.
Master Chef Alex Stratta
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Marche Bacchus Ratings and Reviews
They had a $98 fixed menu for Valentine’s Day which wasn’t anywhere on their website or communicated by their staff. I had a waiter 2ft behind me my entire meal pouring half empty champagne bottles into each other instead of doing it in some sort of staging area. They only thing they didn’t manage to screw up was the salad. My steak was lackluster and almost as tasteless as this place trying to pass itself off as quality dining.
Went here for valentine's day and was very disappointed. First of all... once seated we were shown only a prix fixe menu which I had NO CLUE would be our only option. Then, when I asked our waiter about it and told him that I did not see that on the site when I booked he rudely told me it is definitely on the site. I looked immediately and it was not on the main page of site or the menu pages or anything. It was on one "special events" tab. Who the heck drills through a whole site to get information that should have been noted clearly ESPECIALLY if you booked through the site???? Anyways, me and the girl were really looking forward to French onion soup and other entrees that we no longer had the option to order.
So after the BS menu as our only option and the rude waiter response, we move on to how extremely small the portions were and how we didn't have utensils for our dessert when served. So after paying $335 for tiny dinner and a nice bottle of wine, I ended up stopping at del taco where the customer service was excellent, full menu offered and food quite filling. Oh, and for $5.95.
Food was good , did not really like the set menu for Valentine’s, would have preferred the normal dinner menu or even an condensed menu that was more like the normal menu. Service was good , some issues with the food runner not know tables since they added a lot of new tables for the holiday. Wine selection is great. Food quality was good just not enough choices.
We have been dining here for years and it continues to be hit and miss. Lunch with a girlfriend on Vday, pretty busy, but the service was soooo slow. All we had was some wine and charcuterie, but the service was just average. The food is usually pretty good, of course they have a decent wine selection and the view is unique. I just feel like they lack consistency in their service.
The food was good and I would have given a better rating, but when the service is terrible than sadly the entire dining experience is soured. Order was taken 20 minutes after we sat down. It appeared 4 tables were sat at the same time in our service area. Management should step in if that happens. We had finished the bread basket and still waiting to order wine when our food order was finally taken. Appetizer arrived after the the entree's. Appetizer should have been comped and the manger should have come over to apologize. Being that it was a friends birthday we let things slide.
Lastly, although the soup/ sandwich combo is listed directly under the line stating your choice of salad or fries, we were told this line does not apply to that entree. Again, a lack of hospitality. It clearly states it does.
Will not return after that experience.
A nice and enjoyable lunch with my young adult children by the lake. Good quality food & excellent service. However, the pairing ingredients with the charred octopus do not compliment each other; and the truffle goat cheese Napoleon is not as good as I expected. I have tasted much better than this at the Bouchon.
Flavors of all the dishes we had were well developed, yet subtle. Seasoned well - nothing was too salty, or too bland. Our server Anthony was one of the best we have had anywhere in a long time. Professional, knowledgeable and just the right amount of friendly. The singer in the background was a nice touch, too.
We enjoyed a serene afternoon, celebrating my birthday. We had the special that included a glass of champagne; the lobster roll was fresh and tasty and my Mom loved her quiche. Our server, Michelle was so attentive and nice! She kindly agreed to take our photo which turned out beautifully. Thank you for a lovely time!
Located in a very nice setting by a lake in a quiet neighborhood, this is not a "classic french food" restaurant but a great place for European cuisine, some of their Italian offerings are very good, I recommend the Bucattini Amatraciana. A very cozy and comfortable environment.
I've been twice for brunch...once we sat in the patio with lake views but last time the patio was full, so we were seated inside, next to a window that unfortunately looked upon the backside of a fireplace...with a plastic folding table thrown in as our "view". That left me a bit disappointed in the ambiance but the food was great, the wine list is too big to digest & we had the bottomless mimosa's anyway. Service was very good, waiter was friendly & funny & it was worth the time & money I spent visiting with my friend on a Sunday afternoon. I ordered waffles & chicken, it was large portion & although it was good for what it was, I doubt I will order that again. When in a French restaurant, order something "french"......
Wish they had a happy hour.
We’ve been looking forward to the occasion and were careful to make reservations for Sunday brunch. The restaurant has tremendous potential with the wine shop in the front and its location. Despite having reservations, the hostess seemed unsure of what to do and offered us a table by a floor to ceiling window with a view of large cleaning buckets and mops. We asked for a different table as the restaurant was not full and were shown to another table. Half an hour after being seated we received a glass of wine and a capuccino. My husband’s omelette was good. My oefs Ranchero were interesting. The seasoning was lovely with just the right ‘kick,’ but having the eggs (on top of a tortilla) literally swimming in what appeared to be tomato broth did not add to either presentation, nor experience.
There seemed to be a lot of confusion among staff. Before we received what we ordered, other diners’ meals were brought to our table. There were plenty of staff, but confusion reigned and that impacts the experience. We might give Marché Bacchus another try but it might be best to let some time go by.
A must-do! Exquisite cuisine, very good wine, and friendly, professional waiters. What else could one ask for? The ambiance and service is definitely in the tradition and style of the best Paris bistros and restaurants! Will definitely make this one of our regular stops when visiting Las Vegas.
I can not say enough about this restaurant! The food and service is always amazing and the wine store element is so fun! You can pick your wine for your dinner yourself or have the waiter select for you! We have always had the waiter select they pick AMAZING wine - great price point and then we typically always buy that wine when we leave for the house! Best experience EVERY-TIME. Please go and enjoy this special place.
The last two times I've been to Marche Bacchus, it's just been off. Last time my order was wrong and it took almost 20 minutes to fix, but they gave my friend and I a free dessert. They genuinely cared about the mistake, but there seemed to be a lot of confusion.
This time our waitress was simply not right for this restaurant and the food was not as good as it used to be. Usually the wait staff is amazing, attentive, and polite. The waitress we had this time was very casual, what you would expect at a diner or a chain restaurant. Not that I mind that service, it was just wrong for this venue. We also had to flag her down a couple of times and never received the bread basket that is supposed to be served.
This used to be one of my favorite places, but it's really slipping. I always recommend it to friends, but now I'll have to recommend with a caveat.
The service is always great here and we tried a new, fabulous red wine bottle courtesy of the only $10n corkage fee. Brought another couple who had never been and they were quite impressed. Loved the risotto. Butternut squash was on the menu but I prefer the mushroom and the chef was able to make me the mushroom risotto with my scallop dish rather than what originally came with it. Was very appreciative.
Always such a pleasurable dining and service experience! The food never disappoints. I love being able to dine in front of a fireplace, overlooking the water, without having a high noise level or other tables too nearby. This is my neighborhood go-to place for every occasion, from a special occasion to midweek lunch or weekend brunch.
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