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About CarneVino Italian Steakhouse - Palazzo Hotel
CarneVino endeavors to deliver the premiere steak experience in Las Vegas. With soaring 16-foot ceilings and Italian marble and wood touches, the handsome and spacious rooms are designed in the style of a classic Italian Castella, where serving the highest quality product with our first-ever international wine list creates an experience unlike any other. The menu focuses on our very own BBL Beef and its minimum five week dry aging process, rounded out with various source-verified meat, fish, and poultry, classic and inventive regional pastas, and unique spins on traditional steakhouse appetizers and sides.
Palazzo Hotel and Casino
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Steakhouse, Italian, Wild Game
Hours of Operation:
Taverna: 12 noon - Midnight
Pre-Theater: 5 pm - 6:30 pm
Dinner Seating: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Spring Mountain Rd/Sands Ave.
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Please call Rachel Ocain at (702)266-9971
Carnevino is sprawling, multi-room restaurant designed for Vegas-sized crows and appetites.
CarneVino Italian Steakhouse - Palazzo Hotel Ratings and Reviews
The food and service was spectacular. Our waiter and his team did a tremendous job making sure everything was explained and that all our options were available.
The only issue is the music was not remotely correct for an Italian restaurant. A bit too 80’s rock.
Our waiter was outstanding! Pricing was a bit high but it is Vegas. Wine list was a bit over whelming. Bottles of wine were at least three times the price that you can buy them in a store, however, the sommelier was very good with their recommendation for our tables taste.
We decided to end the Vegas trip with a nice steak. The service was exceptional and the food was good too. My biggest issue was I was listening to Marilyn Manson screaming kill something or other and guns and roses at a fine dining place? Really strange IMO! The music was enough for me not to return.
My second time to this restaurant. Food was amazing, however, our ribeye was a bit on the cold side. Additional marks down for constantly getting hit by the carts when the servers were taking steaks to the tables for carving. Sorry, but at this price point I don't think that's a totally forgiveable experience.
Great service. Good food, but Holly Moly, super expensive.! The wine bottle price was crazy! I come from the wine country and this was insane. Food was good, but not worth the price! 76.00/ person for ribeye! Min order for 2. 27 bucks for an average glass of wine!! I’m a huge foodie and this just wasn’t worth it.
My Dry aged bone-in ribeye was well cooked, tender, although a little to much butter taste for me.
Filet Mignon, juice and tender.
Tagliatelle Bolognese, please somebody remind me not to order pasta.
Grilled Octopus, was the best.
Some of the greens we order, were hanging out, enough to touch the table cloth.
But, the highlight of our dining experience:
Very disappointing service, while feeling in a can of sardines.
Our table crumbs trying to eat an old bread-like-, which we gave up, were cleaned using one of spoons in our table right before the dessert.
It was on a obstacle course all night with the servers who were delivering food over my head. In addition, a server took a plate still been eaten!
Hence, we dine early, there were 4-5 tables, we were all seated right next to each other. The tables were so closed to one another, that the servers kept bumping into the chairs.
I wondered, if we dine at Carnevino, really, I checked while leaving, just in case. This is not the Carnevino that I dined.
I travel to Las Vegas six times a year at minimum
One of my favorite restaurants in Las Vegas
Had the hanger steak and the lamb it was out of this world!
There are mashed potatoes with the I got that are by far the best of Las Vegas
Thank you to the management and staff
We were disappointed. When we sat down the waiter asked whose birthday is it. We responded that it was mine and we exchanged a few pleasantries. We were only going to have coffee for dessert but the waiter encouraged us to select something and he mentioned the house specialty, so we did select a dessert. There was no candle and as is customary in many high-end restaurants it was not complimentary. We ate in another, less expensive Mario Batali restaurant over the weekend (Ōttō) and received a complimentary sorbet and candle for my birthday.
The food and service were outstanding. Karl, our waiter, was amazing. He was very helpful with wine selection and the types of beef that better suited our friends who are not big “beef” eaters. Ricardo, the Maitre d, was exceptional. Came to our table a couple times to check on us an even gave us a private little glass of the different types of wine glasses :)
Service started out great. Asked for sparkling water and got "in-house purified sparkling" instead of Pellegrino. Was told that this is because they are "a certified Green restaurant" and bottled water "costs the country lots of gasoline". Clearly its better for the profit margin to charge customers the same as bottled but instead provide something you produce for free. I could walk into the gift shop and purchase bottled water; I fail to believe that they truly have zero resources to find a bottle of sparkling water but can procure hundreds of bottles of wine. "Green" when convenient, apparently.
Food arrived, asked the server to have the meat cut off the bone. He said "We don't have knives sharp enough, but we can give you napkins". Carrots undercooked. 3 managers checking their phones and walking table to table except for ours; didn't tell anyone about it because they clearly didn't care. A horrible show of events.
In a Las Vegas restaurant, especially a Palazzo steakhouse, if you can't find bottled water, cook carrots or cut meat, you shouldn't be in business.
I was extremely disappointed with the “signature” beef cheek ravioli and the bread. I wouldn’t write about it as I’m not keen on writing reviews, but it was way to off from anything that resembles good quality that I felt strongly about letting others know. The steak was great, the ravioli, bread, and side dishes were nasty. Nowhere near the level of quality they should be for this level of dining. Not happy.
From the bread, to the fillet, to the cookies...TERRIBLE, especially for the cost. On par with The Outback - complete waste. Brussel sprouts cold and soggy, fillet was totally average, pasta was terrible, and to top it off the 2 free cookies even taste like card board. This place is a joke.
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