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About Overlook Grill - The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Overlook Grill features casual fare with hints of Riviera chic. Adjacent to the Boulevard Pool, this seasonal, indoor-outdoor dining scene is laid back with a hint of vintage glam. The menu offers simple and straightforward American staples, including uniquely curated options such as Chicken and Waffles along with signature dishes like Crispy Fish Tacos, table side Guacamole and Mediterranean Chopped Salad. With its strong house-blend coffee, well-made Mimosas and Bloody Marys, it's the perfect breakfast or lunch destination.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Overlook Grill is closed for the season.
Las Vegas Boulevard South and Harmon Avenue
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet or private lot available.
Las Vegas Transit 24 hrs daily
Private Party Facilities:
We do offer private dining options for parties 13 or more.
Private Party Contact:
Restaurant Group Sales: (877) 551-7776
Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Overlook Grill - The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
Last minute choice for our last brunch in Vegas on our girls weekend before we all headed home. We quickly realized "Overlook" means overlooking the Cosmopolitan pool. Keep that in mind if you want or do not want to see bikinis and speedos while you enjoy your meal. Our waiter, "Peet" was so fun. He was very attentive and entertaining. Food was great. Drinks tasty. Weather was 112* at Noon so we asked to sit near the open sliders. Great choice for us as we got a breeze and light mist from the pool throughout our meal. Pleasantly surprised and would go there again.
We ate breakfast at the Overlook Grill 3 times during our 5 day vacation at the Cosmopolitan Hotel. The service is excellent. Charles & Brittany stood out as our severs. The food is creative & delicious, & the menu offers something to appeal to everyone. We enjoyed the breakfast burito, the bagel & lox selection, & the more traditional eggs your way. The location is great by the Boulevard pool area. When we return to LasVegas we definitely will go there again.
We were able to get seated for our reservation on time, so that was great. Once we sat down however, no one came to the table for about 10 mins. Then when our server came, he said sorry, he had just gotten there... We ordered breakfast drinks, and they came about 15 mins later. When they arrived, the server was passing out glasses, hit one on the tray, and a cup of coffee spilled all over him and the floor. It was a total accident. We were worried about him, and he came back with a new shirt and ok. When he brought water back, he hit my husband's glass and water spilled all over the table and my husband. They were quick to refill and clean it up, but after all the spillage, it would have been nice to get a free cup of coffee or a discount on something, since half our table was wet the entire time. Other than that the time was just ok.
Mediocre describes the entire experience. I went with my friends and we were looking for a delicious brunch spot by the pool, and not only is it not actually overlooking anything, but the food was just OK. It wasn't bad, but if you are looking for a delicious brunch spot, I would recommend looking elsewhere.
Little warm even inside on s summer day. Would have been better if the doors were closed to allow outside to stay outside and those of us looking for a cool place for breakfast to enjoy the setting. We'd have stayed longer (and drank more) if it wasn't so blistering at 11 am. Food was good, service was good. Environment... Not so much
Very slow service and limited menu. We had to ask for our server on two occasions - one after our food was dropped off because we needed something else with it and another time for the check. Not sure that we will return. Convenient to the Cosmo Boulevard pool though.
Keep in mind this restaurant is open to the pool deck. Very nice, but maybe not the place for a suit and tie business lunch. The hotel does not list directions to the restaurant. Our entire party arrived at different times with everyone of us walking through the pool area in suits and ties to get to the restaurant, when there was a much easier direct access to the restaurant without going through the pool area.
This restaurant over looks the pool so during the hot days it's kind of stuffy and the fans don't really help. The food is pretty basic, but that's to be expected of a poolside lounge bar. They have bottomless mimosas which was what drew us in for brunch. Worth the money if you have at least 3!
We went here for brunch. The bottomless mimosas are definitely worth it. Our server, Candace, gave us to-go cups to take with us when were done. Great service overall! The table side guacamole is another definite must. So fresh and delicious. This is a great spot tucked away from the Strip. Only regret is not coming on Sunday for the prix fixe brunch. Next time!
Had brunch at the "grill" and it was amazing! We had the Avocado BLT Eggs Benedict, tableside guacamole and bottomless champs...all wonderful. The atmosphere was okay...people at the pool (mostly families with young children) and folks stopping in for a bite before catching their flight. The service was slow...but the food was worth the wait. I wouldn't stop in if you need to be somewhere or are on a tight schedule, but if you have some time to sit back and enjoy...you may want to consider this place.
Must try the cold smoked salmon if you go! There's nothing fancy about this dish - it's a bagel topped with chive cream cheese, smoked salmon and some marinated cherry tomatoes, but goodness was it good! Salmon tasted fresh and loved that it was pre-assembled as it meant the perfect balance of flavors.
We found the overlook while searching for a good Sunday brunch on the Strip. They do still have bottomless mimosas as of 5/24/2015 the bubbles and brunch that was so highly reviewed doesn't exist anymore. That was the deciding factor for us not to drink since the value was gone and we weren't looking to get drunk quite so early that day.
The food itself wasn't very good with the exception of the Monkey Bread which was amazing. Our server was unusually bad even when taking into account the table of drunk frat guys and the about to be drunk bachelorette party vying for his attention. Eggs over medium came out scrambled, overcooked, and looked and tasted like egg beaters. Home style potatoes tasted like the frozen kind from the supermarket that had been overcooked as well but in all fairness that's typical for the strip. But from a nicer hotel and for $17 one would expect better. Also, our table for two came set for one and we had to ask for a second setting twice and never did get that other placemat.
Bottom line: unless you're going for bottomless mimosas or want to stumble to the pool afterwards, there are plenty of places within walking distance with better food at a better price. Very disappointing given the hotel.
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