Bouchon is located in the Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino, Venezia Tower. Renowned designer Adam D. Tihany has masterfully created a beautiful interior ... More
Bouchon at the Venetian
Bouchon is located in the Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino, Venezia Tower. Renowned designer Adam D. Tihany has masterfully created a beautiful interior that features a magnificent French pewter bar, a vibrant mosaic floor, deep blue velvet banquettes, antique light fixtures and an expansive hand-painted mural by noted French artist Paulin Paris. The exquisite decor is the perfect setting for Bouchon's culinary delights. Chef Cerciello rediscovers the classics, using historical reference points and classic French techniques, combined with a modern approach. The menu offers classic bistro dishes including steak frites, roasted chicken, quiche, brandade, boudin noir, pot de creme and profiteroles. The selection of fruits de mer is celebrated as one of the finest in Las Vegas. The seasonal menu changes throughout the year and is enhanced by a blackboard menu featuring the best products available each day. Flawlessly executed in every aspect, Bouchon delights both the palate and the eye.
You get your moneys worth for the club. Crowded as hell, but if you find a spot to dance its on a cracken. Becareful if your not white the security will look closer at what your wearing and make you ask/beg the head rent a cop to let you in.
anyone that was at the Tao on July 10, 2010, 1:30am to 2:00am and has information regarding security tossing out a patron, a young man celebrating his 21st birthday, please contact me at email@example.com. Thank you
This place was very trendy and clubby, which I didn't like, but some may really appreciate. It is a two story with an asian theme. I tried a few things and loved the food, but would likely not go back because the atmosphere is not my style.
The edamame is fabulous, served some hot with salt and some cold with pickled ginger. The shrimp in peanut sauce was awesome. The salmon had a crisp outer edge, but tender and flavorful.
Food: Very good.
Prices: Kind of High (like at least $30 per plate).
Service: Very good. They kindly helped our guests who were vegetarian and could eat no msg.
Ambiance: For me, lacking. Very very loud and clubby. Crowded. A good place for a party, but not for a conversation nor for a quiet meal.
tried to reserve a table for 12 here. Forget it. they wanted $25 per person! saying that it was such a large party. 12 people? too many good places to eat in Vegas. Yes this is pretty but they don't understand that food is something to share with family & friends.
This club SUX!!!!! If ur on guestlist ur best bet is to go to general admission line and hope u get in. For some reason they only let guys in with a female! So Fellas u got to bring sand to the beach. IF YOU WANT TO HAVE A GOOD TIME HASSLE FREE I SUGGEST XS IN ENCORE!
There aren't many clubs out there which can boast about a crowd circling the entire mall area infront of it at 10:15 PM, 15 minutes after they open. But Tao is one big bad muda of clubs in Vegas. They got 2 floors of clubbing area, and 2 dance floors on the upper floors. This place is designed to handle over 3000 people. So how in the world does it get crowded? Well it did on 4th of July weekend.
We got here early and thanks to gf's guestlist, I was yet again able to get in cover free. We waited a total of 30 minutes in line. The bouncers were fairly organized, and had some great crowd control abilities. Infact they were throwing people out of line that were just wearing polo shirts and ripped jeans. Apparently it did not make the cut for that night. Upscale fashion here only. Ladies here were not as hot as Tryst or XS. I would say only 20% were smoking hot, or close to smoking something. 40% were average, and rest were pretty beat looking. I guess some people just come out to clubs to see what the rave is all about and forgot the make up and hair back at the hotel.
Drinks were by far the most expensive drinks I have bought in Vegas. $13 for a vodka cran (house vodka). Tryst charges for $12.. I guess they are engaged in some type of price war? I bought one round and then took a little breather at the bar next to the food court. Came back loaded and was ready to go again.
The music was definitely more happening on the main dance floor. They had some great mixes of top 40, mixed in with some classic hip hop. I would love to see a world class house DJ do his thing here though. The sound system sure can handle it. The side room upstairs played more gangsta rap with more of a younger crowd. While downstairs played a bit of new age, trancey type of stuff. It was more of a lounge environment downstairs with hardly anyone dancing.
Either ways, I love the club, loved the employees and the bartenders. They do need to drop the drink prices a little, and probably keep some people out when they hit the fire martial limit. Either ways I will be back on a 'non-weekend' night to check this place out again. It's just too happening on a Friday night for me to enjoy the place.
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