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Dine with the Gods at TREVI. At the crossroads of divine shopping and casino magic, you'll find TREVI, a new Italian Restaurant that is Vegas' answer to Romanesque elegance and dining excellence. TREVI will transport you to the piazzas and streets of Rome with café dining surrounding the Fountain of the Gods. TREVI's menu features homemade Italian cuisine…pasta, chicken and veal prepared with true TREVI flair. TREVI tempts you to visit Rome without leaving the action and excitement of Vegas far behind. TREVI is located at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace and is open for lunch and dinner.
3500 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday: 11am - 11pm
Friday & Saturday: 11am - 12am
12/25/16 (Sun) 11am-10pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Just steps away from world class shopping and casinos, TREVI is located next to the Fountain of the Gods at the Forum Shops at Caesars-Las Vegas.
Forum Shops and Caesars both have Valet. Parking available in Casinos.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Private Room, View, Wine
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Visit www.trevi-italian.com for more information. TREVI is perfect for your next large party, celebration or business dinner. We can accommodate groups of 10-150 in either our dining room, mezzanine and patio overlooking the Fountain of the Gods at Caesars. Contact our Sales and Marketing Manager, Michelle Woodruff, at 702.735.4663 or Michelle_Woodruff@ldry.com to book today!
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Trevi Italian Restaurant is located on the vibrant Las Vegas strip and is surrounded by world class shopping and casinos. Trevi is perfect for intimate dining as well as semi-private events, group dining or receptions. Let our expert staff help you plan the perfect dining experience!
Trevi Ratings and Reviews
Amazing Italian food, great portions, and great quality of food. Our go to for a meal every time we are in Vegas. Fantastic value and quality. Great service every time as well. Fun to sit on the "patio" in the Forum shops by the fountain and people watch! Have been many times and have never been disappointed.
Here's the thing... it's not bad but it's just ok, particularly for the price. I realize that you pay more for food on the strip and certainly in Caesar's but there are much better options. We ended up here because we got the show and dinner package with our Absinthe tickets. Great show by the way. I have to give props to the restaurant for their flexibility on what you can order. We could either have the prix fixe menu with the salad pasta and dessert or an off the menu entree with no salad and dessert. My wife got the prix fixe meal with the Trevi salad, carbonara, and gelato. I ordered the Veal San Pietro. The salad and carbonara were quite good. The veal San Pietro had great potential however it lacked seasoning. It tasted pretty good after I poured on some salt and pepper. I did let our server know about the lack of seasoning in hopes that the kitchen would receive the feedback and improve. It's so close to being a decent dish. I must be honest, the gelato was not good. It was a bit like freezer burned ice cream. Certainly not like any gelato I've ever had. All in all just ok. With all of the great restaurants in Vegas it's not possible to give a recommendation for Trevi.
As Italian cuisine it was offensive. From the bread they serve to the pasta there is nothing authentic about it. Olive Garden is better and they are not good either but I would choose them over TrevI any time! Prosecco we ordered was the cheapest brand ever! Very disappointed.
This was my first time to Trevi and I was very impressed. Since it was my birthday and a Thanksgiving celebration with family it was truly a special occasion ...and Trevi did not disappoint. Food was fabulous, server was incredible and dining on the outside patio was great fun.
Our waiter and the assistant servers were excellent. Friendly and attentive. The foor was, at best, average. I had chicken pomadoro and my husband had ravoli. My chicken was kind of chewy and the ravoli was just OK.
For 10-15 a glass the wine poured was very skint. I would not recommend; there are better places in Caesar's.
Been waiting to try this restaurant and ended up very disappointed. Ordered our drinks on arrival, the waiter then took the wine menu away and after twice requesting it was still waiting for it when our starters arrived. Starter was nice, but after only a couple of fork fulls our main meal arrived! I therefore had to ditch my starter not even half way through. Had salmon for main and was undercooked, still very pink and cool in middle. Wine arrived half way through main meal. Terrible experience and would never go again.
This was not worth the price that we paid. Our service was particularly disappointing. Customers who arrived after we did still received their orders long before us, and the restaurant was not very busy. I had to request napkins and silverware, salt and pepper and bread. We never received the bread although I asked for it twice. My appetizer was served cold.
Location is in the Forum Shops at the Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, so that should suffice to describe the scene. It is however, quite nice with outdoor seating actually in the mall. Lighting and decorative effects are quite nice for a "Rome" like setting. All artificial of course. Food is OK for Italian themed. Service was good and price was reasonable, given the location. If you are going to eat in the resort, this is not a bad choice.
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