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About Mesa Grill - Caesars Palace Las Vegas
Celebrity Chef Bobby Flay delivers inspired flavors and bold Southwestern fare with his iconic Las Vegas restaurant — Mesa Grill at Caesars Palace.
Combining Flay's signature American cooking style with the tastes of the Southwest and his love of grilling, Mesa Grill offers dishes the will delight the senses and earned the Las Vegas restaurant a place on Condé Nast Traveler’s Hot 100 list. Just as striking as the food at Mesa Grill is the atmosphere.
Designed by renowned restaurant designer David Rockwell, the open space at this Las Vegas restaurant features rich and vibrant colors and textures that are reminiscent of the American Southwest.
This Las Vegas restaurant’s proximity to Mexico gives Mesa Grill access to some of that country's highest-quality tequila and mezcal offerings, and the expansive wine list has a global reach yet maintains an emphasis on top American wines.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 10:30am - 3:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 2:30pm
Dinner: Daily: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Mesa Grill Las Vegas has a private dining room which seats a maximum of 40 guests.
Mesa Grill - Caesars Palace Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
Mesa Grill is just flat out the best restaurant on the Strip - period. We’ve tried all the top spots, and this is the one that never disappoints. The food is exceptional, the ambience is relaxed, the service is first-rate (Kent is the MAN!). There’s only one restaurant we hit EVERY TIME we visit Las Vegas - this is it.
I was really looking forward to dining at this restaurant since I'm a Bobby Flay fan and a foodie who loves to cook.
I brought my friend to Mesa Grill with me and neither of us really liked our food very much .
I had the Spicy Chicken hash and she had the spicy scrambled eggs.
Our waiter seemed rushed .
The presentation of our meals was excellent but the flavors were not memorable.
What a great meal!!! We had wanted to try Mesa Grill for a while but there isn’t one near where live. It more than lived up to our expectations! The tamale with Tiger Shrimp and garlic sauce was one of the best things I’ve ever eaten! My husband got the swordfish which was insanely delicious! I’m still dreaming of the bacon quesadilla which we shared as an appetizer!
Unfortunately disappointing. Ordered a few appetizers, the queso was very good but the shrimp tamale was not. Both myself and my wife ordered the same main course, which was there poblano pepper stuffed with cheese and mushroom. We too cheesy and very bland. We were excited to go to this place because of its name recognition before a show we were sitting at the Coliseum. Now the service was fairly good, other people look like they were truly enjoying their choices (different than ours), and ultimately the waiter credited back the two main courses which was a very kind gesture.
Went for lunch, had the house cheese burger, which was very good, and cook
medium, which we requested. The burger came with fries, which where also very
good. It was a nice break from the casino to come into a very pleasant atmosphere.
Our server was great. So a big thumbs up for service.
I know it’s southwest cooking but it would be nice to know how spicy the dish is. The pumpkin soup was spicy... I would never thought this soup would be spicy and after 1 bite I could not eat it. Our waiter was great and took it off my bill.
I wanted to try Bobby Flays restaurant and I’m so glad I did. Love to watch him and his cooking
Two years ago I was in Las Vegas for a business conference and was treated to a dinner here. We had the filet mignon and it was the best I've ever had. I promised myself that next time I came to Vegas for another conference I would eat at Mesa Grill again. I brought some colleagues with me and we all had, and loved, the filet mignon again!
My wife and i decided to eat at MESA GRILL on Thanksgiving. I ordered the Double Cut Pork Chop. I could only eat 3/4 's of it not because I was full but because it was under cooked and still raw. We showed ood server and he said..." it mostly going to be more red near the bone" dude it was RAW! Also do you not scrape off crumbs off the table anymore? My wife orders the salmon and she got no sides to her dish? really??
None we offered to us.
Our server was not engaging or hardly came by our table.
Last but not least, you used to have these nice heavy MESA GRILL paper linen towels in the restroom for YEARS and now it s these regular restroom paper towels. When people spend good amount of money I would hope the restrooms would have better paper products.
The best thing was the Patricia Green wine had, the Fleurie wine 2012, dessert wine and dessert all of these were good.
Dinner with gratuity was not worth half of what we spent. So disappointed considering we make this place a must stop when in Vegas.
My wife made a comment..."I wonder what Bobby would have said about the pork chop and me not having any sides with my salmon"?
This was my 3rd trip and each time I think it's better. I consistently try new items from the menu and each is to die for. I would say the only thing I have gotten that was not perfect was the twice baked horseradish potato, it was a little tough to eat due to the skin texture. Everything else is out of this world.
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