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About Spago - Las Vegas
Spago Las Vegas reflects the inventive culinary talents that made Wolfgang Puck's famous Beverly Hills restaurant a favorite amongst Hollywood's elite. Food critic John Curtas calls Spago, "the single most influential restaurant of the 20th century." Executive Chef Mark Andelbradt creates a daily changing menu featuring a variety of fresh, innovative dishes that have kept Spago the longstanding leader in Las Vegas dining. Consistently recognized as one of the top restaurants in the city, Spago proves that a great meal with excellent wine and service, in a dynamic environment, can be relaxing as well as an extraordinary culinary experience.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
American, Californian, Fusion / Eclectic
Hours of Operation:
11:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., Sunday Brunch
11:00 a.m. – 10 p.m., Sunday – Thursday
11:30 a.m. – 11 p.m., Friday & Saturday
The Forum Shops at Caesars
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Outstanding facilities and more-than-dedicated staff make Wolfgang Puck's Private Dining and Catering as the area's premier venues for important business meetings, social affairs and dining pleasures. Let our creative and talented staff bring your special event ideas to reality! Please contact us at 888-369-0558.
Parking is available at Caesar's Forum Parking Garage, The Forum Shops Valet and VIP Valet.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Outstanding facilities and more-than-dedicated staff make Wolfgang Puck's Private Dining and Catering as the area's premier venues for important business meetings, social affairs and dining pleasures. Let our creative and talented staff bring your special event ideas to reality!
Spago - Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
Made reservation on OpenTable several weeks ago and requested front / “outside” table but there was no table available for us. Disappointed. Food and Service were fine. Waiter was very nice. But nevertheless not the experience I wanted to return to after my visit this past August.
Our party of 8 celebrated a birthday with a Sunday 12:30 reservation. The "patio" seating is great for people watching as all traffic coming and going from the Forum Shops passes through the walkway in front of the restaurant. The food was delicious, service was very friendly but slow, and prices are what you would expect for a celebrity chef restaurant for the Strip.
There are select brunch items available on a separate menu on Sunday. The menu is one page with starters, salads, pastas, and entrees of California cuisine. Everyone enjoyed their food with the sea bass being the favorite. The desserts were all delicious and a definite positive. The souffle is a classic and was executed perfectly. They took care of the birthday boy with a special dessert.
Our server was quite nice and helpful, but had to cover too many tables and was spread too thin. Our two course meal took 2 hours and 15 minutes. Pricing was $30/person before tip. If you're a fan of Wolfgang Puck, this restaurant won't let down.
We had dinner here with my husband before seeing a show.
Our server greeted us right away. The Margherita pizza was amazing.
I ordered their house Pinot and was good for the price.
The service was pretty fast, we did not have to wait long.
Will definitely go back again.
I have dined at spago both here in Vegas and in LA and I have to say this Time was not a good one. The meal started with the server telling me and my group that we “couldn’t order off the menus we had bc they were dinner menus” mind you it’s 445 and Dinner starts at 5. The hostess made it a point to give us dinner menus.
After she was rude I said I have been here many times and I’m sure by the time you bring the wine and open it and we all talk it will be 5 and dinner will be fine. She then leaves and comes back with a different attitude but it doesn’t matter bc my whole group is talking about this the whole meal.
I will come back but I will want to speak to someone about what happened.
What an enjoyable and delicious dinner we had at Spago. Beautiful restaurant, excellent food, superior service. We were 4 for dinner before our show at the Coliseum. Wonderful crab cake appetizer, and great shrimp cocktail. Short rib goulash was to die for. My son-in-law had the NY steak and he raved about it. The same for my husband and the duck breast he ordered. Service was spot on. Very friendly, very professional. Will be back!
Service was great. We were seated just inside overlooking the corridor so the people watching was terrific. The food was good but nothing out of the ordinary. My burger and fries were just fine and certainly one wouldn't expect anything less from a Wolfgang Puck place. My husband's pasta was good but the menu stated calabrian peppers and instead the dish had green bell peppers. He doesn't like them so picked them all out. We enjoyed ourselves and the staff was terrific.
Our waiter called 4 women (Girls)
One of the glasses on our table had lipstick 💄 on it. My stake was to charred, my oldest daughter returned her food , my 2nd daughter ate very little of her dinner, our food was just warm, my youngest daughter loved her pasta.
After our drink order was taken and delivered, we didn't see another person for at least 20 minutes. Had to place our appetizer order with a bus boy. Never seemed to have one main person to deal with. After dinner we waited a very long time to get a waiter for desert. The service was so poor that I felt the manager should have comped our deserts but he was no where to be found.
Spent a thousand dollars here and will never come back. If this is what a Wolfgang Puck venue is like, I've visited my last. Very unfortunate.
This dinner was extremely over-hyped and underwhelming. We went to Spago hoping to enjoy a great meal-- instead, we were met with exceedingly salty and unmemorable food, and very poor service. We asked our waiter for recommendations from the menu, and were given little detail about a few of the dishes we specifically asked about. Once we ordered and didn't go for a $200 bottle of wine, the waiter did not give us the time of day. He asked us once if we were enjoying the meal, but then disappeared. At the end, we waited nearly 20 minutes just to get the bill and pay. Another table nearby even stood up to ask for their check as well. Not sure if Spago was just short staffed, but it did make the dining experience enjoyable. We had much better meals at other restaurants on the strip during our trip to Las Vegas. For an expensive meal in Vegas, there are many other better restaurants to try.
Only disappointment was our table setting in the cafe-type seating overlooking the mall area. I would have preferred an interior table or one in the dining room. I did not know to ask about that when making the reservation and I didn't particularly enjoy eating with shoppers browsing by. Service was good and what you would expect from a well-known restaurant. On the bright side - my halibut was great!
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