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About NOVE Italiano
With superb cuisine and a cutting edge atmosphere, NOVE offers guests signature Italian favorites, as well as a breathtaking view of the famed Las Vegas Strip 51 stories below.
Rome wasn’t built in a day but you can get a taste of it in a night. Feast on NOVE’s essential dishes including 8oz filet mignon, fresh fish and of course, pasta made in-house daily.
Las Vegas, NV 89103
Italian, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Sunday, February 14 Valentine's Day 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Dinner: Friday & Saturday 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Bar opens everyday at 5:00pm
*Take Out orders now available at the bar
Hugh Hefner Dr. and Flamingo
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
NOVE’s new Bar Bites menu feature nine, $9 appetizers available nightly for guests who dine at the bar.
Hotel Parking and Hotel Valet.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Contact our Special Events Team at (702) 942-6862
NOVE Italiano, our contemporary Italian restaurant combines a breathtaking view of the Las Vegas Strip with classic cuisine, modern design, unsurpassed energy, and was recently voted “Best Italian Restaurant” in Las Vegas.
NOVE Italiano Ratings and Reviews
We dined here before and enjoy the view and the food before was good (not great but good). This time the food was a disgrace. The Pappardelle were a mushy ball of something, the steak was OK, the side of mushrooms cold and tasteless.
Would no longer recommend as there are many placed with comparable view, better foor and not quite as overpriced.
There were four of us in the dinner party. At the top of the tower, the view of Las Vegas at night was outstanding, but if you sit in the middle of the restaurant you will see a lot of the Palms tower blocking the view. The food was mostly very good to outstanding; however, surprisingly, the pasta itself was just good, tending to be dry and over cooked. There were some slight disconnects between what was ordered and what arrived from the kitchen, but were quickly taken care of by the staff.
Our brief wait in the bar-lounge area before being seated was quite enjoyable. Our bartender Robert was tip-top.
While we were one of the first tables to be sat as the restaurant opened that night, we ordered quickly and selected one of the specials our server had mentioned. He then came back 20 minutes later, AFTER the main floor of the restaurant had filled up and we had been waiting a good while, to tell us they were sold out of the special and we had to order something else?! I don’t believe that. Sounds like our order wasn’t put in when it should have been. Also, we received our appetizers long before our cocktails, and when we did finally get drinks - our Old-Fashioned had no bourbon in it. Plenty of people complain about cocktails not having enough liquor - we are in the bar business, we would know. This particular cocktail, however - the liquor was simply forgotten about.
The service and mix-ups and incorrectly made cocktails were slightly off-set by the food, however. Food was simply spectacular! The suggestion of the Death by Potato (or something similarly named, I cannot remember) was just to die for. Great steak, (once we got it), great pasta, great desert.
View is great, but would have a hard time coming back here as a local, as I don’t mind paying for a great meal - but the service and bar program are part of that experience as well for me.
Everyone was right about the octopus, it was great. The caprese salad was good. Spaghetti carbonara was no as good as mine, the noodles were strange in texture and the overall taste was bland. The The Bolognese overall was good needed salt, The view was amazing and service is spot on. We had the cannoli for dessert it was fresh and tasted like it should.
One of the most flavorful filets I've had in a long time. Bread basket was just average and the cannoli wasn't the best, but I'd go back for the meal. The steak right in the center was raw and most restaurants would offer either a discount or throw in a dessert for the mistake and the server suggested putting the tiny strip of steak back on the grill. Very odd. Great views! Would go back.
My husband and I are staying at the Palms so we decided to have dinner there. Our dinner salad was good but our entrees are not what we hoped . I had the ziti and noodles were undercooked and overall tasteless. He had the scampi and it was below what he expected . Very bland ! We were disappointed with the food but the service was spot on !
Great food. Disappointed that they were aware it was for my mothers birthday and we were seated in a suboptimal location. There were only 3 tables being used the entire time we were there but we were put in a corner. I asked why we didn't get a better view and was told I should have asked for it and they try not to use that room if it isn't busy. Pretty sure the view is one of the main reasons why people go. But judging on how slow it was perhaps it isn't as popular as it once was. I assumed that requesting reservations for a special occasion would get us a great table with a view. Not the case. Still a great meal and our waiter was wonderful. Just make sure to ask specifically for a good view if that's what you want.
Beautiful setting, maybe a little outdated. Reasonably priced... I ordered the filet medium and it came medium well. Was really looking forward to the gnocchi but it was cooked wrong as well. Drink pours were disappointing, order wine instead. Overall I enjoyed my dining experience.
service was terrible... they were very understaffed for a Saturday night. We were seated so far off to the side of the restaurant that it felt like we were in a private dining room. On top of that there were only 2 of us and they sat us at a table for 6. We had 3 different people try to take our order, a clear indication that there was no communication between the staff. The food was good but not worth the trip to the palms. Bolognese, gnocchi and filet were all very good.
I understand that most people were eating there prior to the Idena Menzel concert, however preparing for it in advance would have helped. We waited for over 1 hour without any of our food coming out. Finally got a manger involved. We had them fire all the food instead of in courses so we could eat. Food finally came out and we had to scarf it down to leave in time. Had a $25 off coupon and the waiter, Javier, only took off $15. Had to have him redo it.
We have lived in Las Vegas for over 50 years and it was the worst restaurant service we have ever had in any restaurant. We waited 0ver 20 minutes for water and a menu and the only way we got that was by asking the hostess. We never did know who our waiter was, and when our order was finally taken, we waited half an hour for our glasses of wine. These were brought by the bus girl whom we had asked about our order. A manager came by an apologized for the slow service. His reason was that they were busy. My husband replied it is a Saturday night on a holiday weekend you are supposed to be busy. We were not the only people complaining about the service. Obviously they have a problem scheduling their help. The restaurant was not full.
What a disappointing experience. I was there before a concert and allowed more than enough time with a 6pm reservation and the concert in the hotel at 8. I actually was seated by 5:45 and didn't receive bread or a first course for over an hour. We had to ask 8 times for bread and water and all service people looked frantic trying to serve the crowd. We were the first 3 people seated and rushed out with multiple wrong bills to make the concert. I still have 3 incorrect pending charges on my AMEX and the final one is still $3 off. I had made the reservation on Open Table weeks ahead to celebrate my Aunt's 80th birthday and then a coupon was sent to my email for $25 off, which we handed to them 3 times and still wasn't taken off until we did the final bill for the third time. The bread was wrong for an Italian restaurant. The food was good when finally presented, but not hot and not served pleasantly. I don't like giving negative reviews, especially in my own town, but this one is deserved.
The food is amazing, the ambiance is romantic, the service emmaculet, and the view of the Las Vegas valley is spectacular.
If you're looking for authentic Italian cuisine in a comfortable and romantic location, where the food isn't too pricey, this is a winner!
Over all food was great until the main course for the person we had the dinner for. 2 of us ordered the surf and turf. The most expensive on the menu, not that this should make a difference but neither guest enjoyed theirs very much. Both Steaks over cooked even though both had different preferences. Very little flavour and same went for the lobster tails. As this was the main course and everything before was awesome it was a bit of a let down as this isn't difficult to do. Medium rated restaurants can easily get this right why not a high end and expensive restaurant? As I say good other than these 2 mains other plates very tasty. Good sized portions. In fact my friend and I could have shared our main. We thankfully didn't order extra sides. Wine very good and so was staff who did go out of their way to surprise our birthday guest with some mini deserts which again, very yummie. View was lovely looking over Vegas.
Service was wonderful. Place is beautiful. View is amazing, if you get window seat. It is probably even better at night. Food was overpriced, not very authentic, no real flavor. The portions were a decent size. Maybe appetizers, desset, drinks by window eould be good .
Was going to concert at the Pearl so looking for dinner before, this is how I picked the restaurant but I was so pleasantly surprised. First the location is awesome, I also like that it is quiet with only people going the restaurant having access to it.
The menu was interesting and they had good offer of the day suggestions. We shared a classic caprese salad, which was enough given the plate of pasta we had. My friend had a seafood pasta and I had the lobster ravioli. That gave us room for desert of bread pudding and strawberry carpaccio.
Service was attentive, everyone including buss boy staff were smiling, manager came to check on tables. We felt welcome and appreciated as a customer.
I live in Las Vegas, The Palms is usually not a destination but with this experience at the restaurant I will definitely go back again for dinner
A bit pricey ($160 for 2) for pasta dishes but food was very good as was the atmosphere on the 51st floor. Dishes are large and easily shared. Views were nice. You can see Rio perfectly as well as the Strip from Palazzo to Stratosphere in the distance to downtown in the far distance. I didn't realize it but this place was bought out by Station Casinos, though they don't really advertise it.
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