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About Blue Ribbon Las Vegas
November 2017 marks the 25th anniversary of the original Blue Ribbon, well known as the late night restaurant "where chefs go to eat." In June 2017, just in advance of that anniversary, the Bromberg Brothers have opened Blue Ribbon Las Vegas at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The new restaurant is built on the vision that originated 25 years ago in one small restaurant space in New York City's SoHo, which grew into a beloved NYC institution. Now, at The Cosmopolitan, Blue Ribbon will build on that original vision, drawing inspiration from the bustling energy of the Las Vegas Strip. Blue Ribbon Las Vegas will be part saloon, part oyster bar, part American eatery, and part international culinary tour.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Contemporary American, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday I 5PM - Midnight
Friday - Saturday I 5PM - 2AM
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Valet and guest parking are both convenient to the restaurant.
LV Transit runs 24 hours daily
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Blue Ribbon Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
It is always scary eating at a restaurant and I Las Vegas strip hotel because quite often the food is very expensive and not very good. However blue ribbon is an exception. It’s basically good comfort food, very well prepared, and reasonably priced. Some of the best fried chicken I’ve ever had made with Challah bread crumbs. My wife had the steamed lobster which for a Las Vegas strip hotel was moderately priced and very good. The fried ousters were outstanding as an appetizer
Sat at the bar, the service was great! Shea, (sorry if names not right - big guy, great beard, very witty). Started with a "GGG" cocktail BTW I could have had 2 if the night hadn't started so early! Ordered wings and ribs to start, "mini hibachi" is cute idea but both were O.K not great. Entrees were the "Bar Burger" add cheese, mushrooms and bacon and the "Sweet and Spicy Catfish", burger wasn't memorable, (ordered med rare received med well). The catfish was outstanding, best part of entire meal. Closed with bread pudding and topped with a shot of Bailey's - again was good but not great.
Would return for the bartender alone but throw the Catfish in and it's a done deal!
We found this restaurant by chance and went to celebrate my son’s twenty-first birthday. I was a little nervous because I wanted to make sure he had a good time. I was overwhelmingly delighted. The service was great. Adam (our waiter) was personable, gave great suggestions, and great service. The food was great as were the drinks. Don’t know if I’ll ever get my wife back to Vegas (she’s not a fan), but if I do, I know where we’re going for a date!
Blue Ribbon was a pleasant surprise. We were going to see Bob Dylan so we wanted to eat somewhere close to the show. We chose Blue Ribbon because it had an interesting menu and had times available before the show. Our waiter, Julian, was wonderful. He was engaging and spent time with us on the menu and making us feel welcomed. I had the lobster, which was sweet and delicious. My friend had the paella - which was as good as any I have had in Spain. I will definitely have paella the next time I eat at Blue Ribbon. We finished the meal w/ their chocolate chip bread pudding! YES!!! Delicious.
Such a great place that offers late night quality dining. The ambiance is good, contemporary lay out. If your looking for flare the Cosmopolitan seafood dish is for you (and several others). Our server Megan suggested the Paella Basquez and she was right. Amazing flavors tons of seafood, sausage and chicken over saffron rice. My wfes salmon was cooked perfectly again great flavors. I'm sort of a bread pudding snob. Some places just ruin it. Not here, wow the chocolate chip bread pudding was pure decadence. Highly recommend Blue Ribbon.
It was the last day of a birthday weekend celebration. The food was amazing from beginning to end. The service was exceptional. I had the fried oysters and sweet& spicy catfish and both were cooked to perfection. My friend had the wings and it came with a hibachi. I would highly recommend.
To be fair, the service was OUTSTANDING.... no complaints there. The noise level of the restaurant was head pounding. We both love music, in fact had been at a concert the night before. The music made the drinks rattle. Food was ok, nothing to brag about. It was "good gourmet burger anywhere" kind of thing..... Wouldn't return.
Overall good experience. Our waiter was a little pushy. We ordered cocktails, an app, and main course. The waiter tried to push us to order another app but the portions are large. This is not a tapas restaurant and individual apps are not needed. The waiter was hovering the whole meal so it was really hard to enjoy and relax. The food was good but hard to enjoy when someone is watching you eat.
This is no longer a sushi restaurant! No where in the advertising I've seen about the restaurant reopening after renovations did I see mention of a totally different concept and menu.
After arriving at the restaurant for dinner the other night, the restaurant had entirely changed from being a Japanese restaurant to looking more like a bistro. We were very disappointed but decided to stay as leaving to find another dining option at that time of night would've been difficult.
The table that arrived next to us did leave after seeing the menu. The food and drinks served were great, as was the service and the music. The room was nicely renovated but we missed what Blue Ribbon used to be and wished we'd been aware at the time of making our reservation.
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