Fontainebleau Las Vegas accepting reservations for its restaurant collection

November 7, 2023

The news comes ahead of the resort's opening in December.

The luxury resort and casino, Fontainebleau Las Vegas, has announced it will now be accepting dining reservations for its wide-ranging restaurant collection. 

The 67 story resort, which will include 3,644 luxury hotel rooms and suites, 550,000 square feet of customizable meeting and convention space and 150,000 square feet of gaming space, is due to have its grand opening next month on December 13 2023. It was recommended for final approval to the Nevada Gaming Commission according to reports last week, and now potential visitors are being invited to start booking their dining reservations in anticipation of its opening. 

The Fontainebleau Las Vegas restaurant and bar collection will feature a total of 36 different concepts from chefs and restaurateur partners, including Evan Funke, Masa Ito, David Grutman, David “Papi” Einhorn and Alan Yau.  

Some of the restaurants which are taking reservations at this current moment include: Chyna Club, Don’s Prime, Komodo, KYU, La Fontaine, Mother Wolf, Papi Steak, The Tavern, Vida and Washing Potato. 

Fontainebleau Las Vegas SVP of Food and Beverage, Anthony Olheiser, gave his thoughts on the announcement: "After years of anticipation, excitement and thoughtful planning, we are thrilled to offer our guests a first taste of these incredible new restaurants. 

"Our restaurant collection represents our unwavering commitment to unforgettable dining, the innovative spirit of our in-house team and the collaborative efforts between Fontainebleau Las Vegas and our esteemed partners." 

Back in September, the resort held a five-day hiring fair for 6,500 team members at Vū Las Vegas' production campus, including sourcing around 1,500 roles within its food, beverage and nightlife sectors  


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