Patrons are lured in by Bellagio's pizza, baked in a wood-burning oven. This cozy City Place establishment is known for its Linguini with Clam Sauce, ... More
Patrons are lured in by Bellagio's pizza, baked in a wood-burning oven. This cozy City Place establishment is known for its Linguini with Clam Sauce, its Veal Scallopini, and as any respectable Italian restaurant would be, for its tiramisu. The wait for a table can be longer than an hour, so it is advisable to get there early. Its food and atmosphere reflect those of a quaint Italian village, while its casual dress code will keep you comfortable enough to enjoy your meal. Free parking.
Il Bellagio's Ron Delsignore in a beautiful pink tie + lavender shirt suggested the Burrata: fresh mozzarella cheese + cream, drizzled with made in-house balsamic vineger reduction + fresh basil leaves = WOW !
Risotto Tre Funghi: a thick slice of portobello mushroom on top makes for a mushroom lover's paradise!
Insalata Pescatora: silky calamari (squid) legs - even better than in Italy (ti giuro!)
Chef Paulie Johnston turns simple ingredients into wonderful masterpieces
Bellagio dining room: simply elegant
Sit at the bar to watch the game, have a glass of Coppola Pinot Noir (hints of chocolate + cherry) or dessert + Lavazza coffee to wake you up!
Brick pizza oven for authentic crispy pizza crust!
Five stars and five $$$$$ dollar signs.
Had an outstanding New Year's Eve dinner here. Restaurant was rushed and busy but coped well. Three of us split a Mozzarella Caprese salad and a Melanzane Siciliana. The homemade cheese was near perfect and the tomatoes with it were prime. The eggplant turned out perfectly done with just the right amount of sauce.
There were limited dinner choices because of the holiday, so we all ordered Osso Buco on orzo. What we got was an amazing 3-inch thick, very meaty veal shank, completely tender and falling off the bone, on a huge bed of pasta and vegetables. Wonderfully tasty.
Service turned out much better than we expected, and indicative of a very classy restaurant.
Bring your money. The feast for three above with a round of drinks and a modest wine set us back $250.
While working in West Palm Beach, I visited this restaurant twice. Each visit was superb! The service was exceptional. I had a dish with jumbo shrimp and mussels over linguini with an Alfredo sauce. The Shrimp were so huge I had to cut them with a knife like a steak. The ambience is great with it being in the center of CityPlace beside the lighted fountains and the outside tables. Definately an outstanding Italian experience!!
The food, service, and ambience are excellent. The best dish I�ve had is the Lobster, Mussels, & Shrimp Fra Diavlo with linguine. All of the seafood dishes are fantastic as well as the pastas and veal. There is an extensive wine list which includes such a variety that anyone will find a favorite. Make sure not to forget the desserts which are a superb ending to an exquisite meal. The only problem I have is leaving the restaurant because the experience is so wonderful. I recommend everyone visits Bellaggio for an authentic Italian dinner that will only keep you coming back for years to come.
Ask for Brandon, handsome and friendly, the best service by far. The Bellagio was much more than I expected, it is fine dining in a casual yet beautiful atmosphere. The Bellagio Fountain show adds to this experience. (small version of Vegas) Sit outside if weather permits and enjoy!Every thing was wonderful from start to finish. Cannot say enough good things!