Picasso - Bellagio
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It was a great evening with low music and beautiful view. The 5 course meal was delicious along with wine pairings. We had 5:30 reservations and needed to leave by 7:30 for a show across the street. We should have allowed another 30 minutes so we wouldn't have had to rush. Great, all the way around- just allow plenty of time if you have time constraints.
One of the most fabulous meals I have had
One of the most fabulous dining experiences I’ve ever had!
Great place. Service was amazing and the food was awesome.
This is one of the places that I would definitely recommend to a friend for a romantic dinner.
The wine pairings were a little off... an example; as sweet wine paired with Goose liver that was on the sweet side as well. I would have preferred a wine that highlights the dish, not in the same flavor notes.
Great dining experience!! Watching the water show was an added unforgettable plus. Food was excellent and well worth the price. Julian Serrano rocks!! Everything was perfectly cooked. My waiter Blake was efficient and pleasant, nice and loved his job. He made me comfortable from the moment I sat down. Some waiters are not like that.
Lastly, the Picasso art works were beautiful!!! Will definitely be back.
Outstanding experience on all fronts.
Patio is the best place to sit however I opted for dining room this visit and they oysters w caviar are the best I’ve ever had.
Amazing! The food, views, and service were all truly spectacular. We will definitely be back!
Excelente atención la comida deliciosa y el lugar increíble
My wife and I shared a wonderful Valentine's Day dinner at Picasso. As expected a "special" holiday price fix menu was on offer with no a la carte options. The base price was about $160 per person with ample upgrade opportunities. The wine list is amazing with offerings extending up into the stratosphere at $20,000 per bottle for a few rarefied selections. We were amused to imagine who might buy one. We found a nice half bottle of French chardonnay for $120 and a 2014 Beaucastel Chahteauneuf du pape for $225. We felt sort of frugal! Probably should have gone with wines by the glass in the neighborhood of $30 per serving. Wine markups seemed to be in the range of 350% over retail. We understand.
Picasso is expensive as are nearly all of the nicer restaurants on the strip. If you are willing and able to drop at least $500, and likely more, for a great dinner for two I would highly recommend Picasso. Great room, fantastic food and attentive, experienced and professional staff all contribute to a fantastic dinning experience. The fountains of the Bellagio, in close up view, out the main window add a magical touch.
Great view of the fountain
The food and service were excellent, really great. I was a little disappointed when I got the check, we had taken the 5 course menu which $128.00 plus a glass of wine each. They Our final check was almost $400. I know they are Michelin restaurant but then what sense does it make when you choose your menu and you end up paying more than 100 dollars of what you expected. If you are ready to spend this money on a night, go for it! the service and food are great.