Caesars Palace, Bobby Flay to open French-style restaurant in Las Vegas

December 20, 2023
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Patrons can make reservations at the new Brasserie B location in January.

Renowned Chef Bobby Flay and Caesars Palace have brought a new restaurant, Brasserie B, to Las Vegas. Flay’s new spot will offer Vegas and Caesars Palace guest a chance to taste his French-inspired dishes.

Brasserie B will begin accepting reservations after the first of the year through OpenTable. The restaurant will serve brunch, lunch and dinner.

Guests at the restaurant can choose from raw bar selections, as well as traditional frites with Flay’s added twist. Brasserie B will also serve France-focused wins by the glass, bottled beer and cider, brasserie cocktails and martinis.

Flay shared his thoughts on opening his latest location by saying, “I’m thrilled to unleash my new restaurant, Brasserie B, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

“Designed with Parisian brasseries in mind, the cuisine will appear to hit many French classics with tons of the impactful, bold flavors I’ve become known for. Get ready for the hustle, the bustle and the high-powered cooking of Brasserie B.”

Caesars Palace SVP and General Manager Terrence O’Donnell briefly discussed the duo’s long history as partners.

He said, “During our nearly 20-year partnership with Bobby Flay, he has taken our guests around the world through his restaurants – from the American Southwest to the Mediterranean.

“Now, with Brasserie B, he introduces guests to a different cuisine inspired by his travels in France. We are excited to offer another incredible dining destination at our resort, especially for brunch and lunch.”

In related news, Caesars Palace recently opened a Peter Luger Steak House restaurant location, For the past 60 years, the restaurant has not expanded in the US until now.


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