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About Sage - Aria
Sage is James Beard Foundation Award-wining Chef Shawn McClain’s first venture outside of Chicago. Introducing his distinctive style to ARIA, Chef McClain combines farm-to-table produce, artisanal meats & sustainable seafood with an emphasis on simple, clean flavors & seasonal ingredients. Sage's award-wining cocktail program visits America's classic libations & rewrites them with a contemporary edge through natural ingredients & limited-production boutique liquors.
The 112-seat dining room & 49-seat lounge display a seductive & comfortable elegance. Designer Jacques Garcia, know as much for his opulent French style as his pure-form minimalism, echoes Chef McClain's culinary sensibility with a refined, modern aesthetic brimming with character & whimsy. Hand-painted murals by Paulin Paris offer reinterpretations of famous early modernist paintings.
Ever raising the bar, Sage combines a brilliant culinary team, an ideal location near ARIA's main entrance.
3730 Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89158
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday: 6:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Sage Lounge/Live Music Thursday - Saturday & Monday: 10:30 pm - 12:00 am
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Valet & Self-Parking Available
For detailed information about parking at any MGM Resorts destination, please visit mgmresorts.com/parking
Private Party Facilities:
Sage private dining room seats up to 50 guests.
Private Party Contact:
Cristina Baumann: (702) 590-8638
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wine
Sage - Aria Ratings and Reviews
Food was good but the service was subpar, specifically our wait time. We finally made the decision to eat at the bar after waiting an hour for our table. The hostess did not even approach us until 90 minutes after our original reservation time. The bartender delivered fantastic service and he saved the evening. We did enjoy our meal once we received it but with so many outstanding dining options in Vegas, we won’t return to Sage and risk another hour-plus wait.
It took a really long time for someone to finally come get our drink orders. Then everyone who did stop by was a new person, all of which didn’t want to take our order. Food was tasty but service was just awful and Bread was hard as a rock. Will not be returning
Had an amazing dinner and would definitely book again. My guests were blown away and thanked me profusely for bringing them and introducing them to Sage. We ordered every appetizer and shared our entrees as well to take in all the flavour. Highly recommend!!
This was my first time at Sage and it came highly recommended from a friend who had been there, we were also staying at the Aria and the reviews were good so we had to try it. Sage did not disappoint. The staff were attentive, the food was delicious, the decor and ambience was modern and had a very cool vibe. I had the beef short rib and my husband had the Wagyu strip steak, they were both rich in flavor and very tender. Our visit to Sage made our stay at the Aria and Vegas that much more memorable! Will definitely come here again!
Celebrated my birthday st Sage. The Somalia was very helpful with choosing the right wine. Surprisingly she remembered us our first visit was last January. Had the foo gras brûlée it should be illegal ! Had the scallops my husband had the venison. Both dishes were wonderful. Great food great service this is what Vegas is all about
Ordered wagyu steak cooked medium. Steak came almost well done. My server noticed it and promptly apologized and offered to replace it. The replacement was cooked exactly the same way as the first. My alert server noticed it again and asked if I wanted to have a new one. At that point I've already eaten some and declined it. She then told me that it'll be taken out of my bill without me having to say a thing. Good customer service but I'm baffled with why the kitchen can't seem get it right.
The food was outstanding.
(My spouse had the vegan tasting menu and I had the regular tasting menu)
The drinks, beer and wine were amazing.
Our primary waiter, John, was very attentive, made great recommendations and was super patient while we made up our minds on what we were going to eat and drink for the evening. The support waiters and bussers were also very responsive to water and other needs.
My only critique of the service is this:
The person who brought out the bread didn't know if the any of the selections were Vegan. Which is fine, but she didn't bother to go back to the kitchen and ask. A simple, "I don't know, let me go find out", would have solved that issue. Instead, we got, "I think it's Vegan, but I don't know."
This same person when asked if they had any vegan options instead of the dairy butter responded with, "I don't think so."
1. I shouldn't have to ask a waiter to go back to the kitchen and find out what's in the food. They should know that's what they're supposed to do if they're not sure what's in the food.
2. I shouldn't need to tell a waiter that there are plenty of options for vegans to put on bread...olive oil is always an easy option.
For +200 per person, one would assume five star service. This is what drove the lower score in my review.
Sage had live music that evening, which was a nice touch. Maybe a little too loud for an across the table conversation, but live music is always fun. In general, I feel most restaurants in vegas are way too loud. But at least Sage didn't have house music turned up to 11 playing all evening.
Again, the drinks and food were outstanding. Our primary waiter was great. I will definitely go back.
I was very underwhelmed with the food and overwhelmed by the price. Their menu was very limited, and the portions were extremely small. My husband had the scallops and I had the short ribs. We split the meals together. The flavoring of the scallops just didn’t seem right, and they were on the verge of under cooked. The short ribs were good but not great. The sauce/gravy was very rich but not well seasoned. The restaurant was way too dark. I understand having lighting for effect, but it should tell you that it’s too dark when multiple guests at multiple tables are pulling out their cell phones to use the light just to read the menu. After eating at other “fine dining” restaurants in Las Vegas, I was very disappointed with my experience and didn’t order drinks, appetizers or dessert because I just wanted to eat and get out of there.
Nice looking place, but was bad to terrible. I had scallops and they tasted old as can be very fishy. My wife had the sea bass and it was terrible, she complained and they did nothing. I ordered a glass or red wine, it was about $40.00 and it was ice cold, so it took for ever for it to breath. I tried heating it with the candle at the table hoping they would get the hint but they didn't. Once it warmed it was just OK. My wife ordered a glass of Champagne and it was cheap stuff and again 40 dollars for the tiny glass.
Overall the tasting menu is great except for the main dish, the teriyaki wagu. The steak it self is very tender and juicy but way too sweet! It’s too bad because actually I love other courses. The salad has so complex and harmony flavor that it’s so well balanced. The scallops are cooked to perfection and incredibly delicious. My girlfriend ordered sea bass which was absolutely amazing. Delicately cooked and seasoned. The rice was beautifully done. The sea bass is complete with the rice and Other garnish to become an incredible combination. Definitely recommend the fish. However not recommend the tasting menu.
Was in Las Vegas for 2 nights with my 16 year old son. Wanted to treat him to a nice fine dining experience. Googled different restaurants inside Aria and decided on Sage. Was very pleased!! Excellent food, fantastic service, and low-key and calming amtmospere. Just what I wanted.
Will go back for sure!!
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