La Cave at Wynn
Steve Wynn and restaurant impresario Michael Morton open La Cave Wine and Food Hideaway, nestled inside Wynn Las Vegas. Inspired by the Latin phrase “in vino veritas” (in wine there is truth), La Cave offers an escape where guests can enjoy a modern American small plates-menu from Executive Chef William DeMarco. Global wines were selected by Danielle Price, award-winning executive wine director of Wynn Resorts, and Rober Wright, La Cave wine director.
Open for lunch, dinner and late-night indulgences, La Cave’s menu features an array of international influences to complement Wright’s wine pairings. The menu is divided into categories based on the dishes’ origins: From the Sea, Farm, Oven, Garden, Grill, Butcher, and cheeses From The Cow, Sheep or Goat. Flavorful flatbreads such as ham, egg and cheese with quail eggs and Neuskes bacon are ideal for sharing, while vegetable dishes including salt-roasted beets with whipped goat cheese and pistachio entice meat and veggie lovers alike. Creative seafood dishes including hamachi with pickled chilies and candied lemon zest join meat and poultry options such as horseradish and parmesan-crusted rack of lamb to cater to a range of tastes. Dishes from the grill such as Angus mini burgers with mushroom and chipotle mayo further round out the menu and satisfy cravings. In addition, guests can select from a variety of meats and cheeses to create their own charcuterie board.
Designed with 555 International, La Cave is comprised of three distinct spaces—“the cave,” main dining room and garden lounge.
- Cuisine: Italian, Tapas
- Price range: $$$$
- Attire: Dressy
- Credit cards accepted: Yes
- Kids menu: No
- Gaming: No
- Waiter service: Yes
- Serves alcohol: Yes
- Drive thru: No
- Reservations accepted: Yes
- Delivery: No
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