Bouchon Bistro Brings French Flare to the Venetian in Las Vegas
Go for the perfectly brewed coffee, the flakiest croissants outside of Paris, or the French country fare, but don’t leave Sin City without visiting Bouchon for breakfast.
Renowned for French Laundry, chef Thomas Keller opened his Parisian bistro atop the Venetian’s Venezia Tower. The relaxed, airy space features tall mahogany columns running down the center, murals, and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking a flowering garden patio. Ask for a table outside and overlook the Venetian’s private pool for VIP guests.
It’s hard to choose which pastry to try because all are delicious. Whether a plain croissant, pain au chocolate, cheese Danish, pecan sticky bun, apple croissant, blueberry muffin, or spiced doughnut, it’ll be a treat.
Smaller plates include seasonal fruit salad, cinnamon oatmeal with fig compote, and an elegant yogurt, berry, and granola parfait.
Larger dishes include the croque madame, oeuf and bourdin blanc (white sausage with scrambled eggs and croissant), a changing daily omelette, waffles with caramel apples and toasted pecans, smoked salmon with cream cheese and a baguette, and brioche French toast.
There are two jar items that are worth tasting, the fresh and smoked salmon rillettes with toasted croutons and the foie gras terrine served with a toasted baguette.
Each option is a perfect way to start your day. (Or end your night. It’s Vegas; we’re not judging.)