Frank Pellegrino Sr., Frank Pellegrino Jr., Ron Straci, And Nicole Grimes
avg entree price
$25 To $40
hoursDinner 5pm-10:30pm Nightly
For groups of 11 or more, please call 866-733-5827.
Tickets start at $40
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A night at Rao’s Las Vegas is a truly a magical experience. Whether in New York, or at the Las Vegas restaurant inside Caesars Palace Las Vegas, the Rao's family makes sure you feel as if yours is the only table in the room. The greatness of the food stems from the dishes’ fresh, high-quality ingredients, such as house-roasted red peppers, freshly grated Pecorino-Romano and Parmigiano-Reggiano cheeses, Felipo Berio olive oil and certified San Marzano plum tomatoes imported from Italy. For more than 115 years, that's the way the family has cooked in their iconic New York kitchen, and tradition is alive and well at their Las Vegas restaurant.
With these and other ingredients, the home-cooked meals at Rao’s Las Vegas are magnificent culinary experiences worthy of the Review-Journal’s multiple “Best Las Vegas Italian Restaurant” awards. The time-honored dishes include perfectly cooked pastas, risottos and the mouthwatering steak bistecca; cooked perfectly and sliced tableside. Rao’s Las Vegas Italian restaurant also serves the incomparable Uncle Vincent’s Lemon Chicken, broiled to perfection and sauced with lemon juice, red wine vinegar, olive oil and spices. The classic veal chop is pan-seared and topped with a medley of hot and sweet cherry peppers. Last but not least, Rao’s legendary meatballs taste as if Aunt Anna were still rolling them each morning.
Whichever you choose, you are sure to have a Las Vegas restaurant experience worthy of the fine dining legacy Rao’s Las Vegas has established over the last century.
"If you are an Italian food fan, I would highly recommend checking out Rao's for a nice dinner in Las Vegas."
"Rao's is a diamond in a city full of cubic zirconias."
"The staff members work efficiently and are always there to recommend personal favorites and popular dishes at Rao's Caesars Palace Las Vegas."
"Since most mortals are “never going to get into” the NYC original, this easier-to-access Vegas clone in Caesars Palace is a good alternative to its fabled sibling, serving “hearty”, classic Italiana in a setting that “duplicates” East Harlem’s decor..."