Dominique Ansel Marchè set to debut at Paris Las Vegas

May 21, 2024
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The award-winning chef will bring his latest venture to the hotel & casino this fall.

Pastry chef Dominique Ansel is set to bring his second culinary endeavor to Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino this fall following the success of Dominique Ansel Las Vegas.  

After the successful launch of his initial Las Vegas venture in Dominique Ansel Las Vegas at Caesars in October 2022, the James Beard Award-winning chef has announced another location.  

Conceptually, the new Dominique Ansel Marchè will be completely different to its sister restaurant, featuring freshly baked croissants and viennoiserie each morning, crêpes made-to-order and a range of savory items including rotisserie chicken and potatoes. 

By incorporating this new culinary venture, Paris Las Vegas will hope to further diversify its experiences for guests, as well as improving its French authenticity. Paris Las Vegas is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment, which released its Q4 2023 financials in February, displaying a revenue of $2.83bn. 

Chef Dominique Ansel commented on this development, stating, “I've always loved the open-air markets that often pop up throughout Paris, where you can find the best and freshest foods. These outdoor markets inspired us to create a brand-new concept at Paris Las Vegas.”  

“We’ll be baking fresh croissants daily, fruit tarts and cakes with beautiful in-season ingredients, making crêpes to order like my early memories from back home and serving rotisserie chicken and many of our signature pastries. There will be plenty of café seating that’s perfect for people-watching with a cup of coffee, just like on the sidewalks of France.” 

In November of last year, Gordon Ramsay also announced the opening of a new classic burger restaurant at Flamingo Las Vegas.  


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