Bartolotta Restaurant Overview
The chef behind the Wynn's Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare is a true culinary genius. The menu he created is complex and diverse to court all palates. His seafood dishes are made from fish flown in each day from Italy, so they reach an unparalleled level of authenticity.
Whole fish are sold by weight at Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare, but there are non-seafood dinner choices as well. One of the menus highlights is Agnolotti del plin, which comes from the Piedmont province in Italy. Another is a fantastic pasta e fagiolu soup, arguably one of the best soups in Las Vegas.
There are usually several courses in an Italian meal, there enough choices on the menu to follow Italian tradition. You can end your meal with a light dessert, such as strawberry salad or mascarpone sorbetto.
The setting of Bartolotta di Mare is chic and elegant, so you need not worry about the atmosphere interfering with your meal. The dim lighting adds an element of romance to any meal. Further, Bartolotta's entrance is framed by two antique terra cotta urns. If that doesn't set an authentic tone, I don't know what would. Bartolotta also has a second, lower level with that overlooks a picturesque lake surrounded by cabana tables.
For an authentic experience without leaving the United States, hop on over to Las Vegas and book a reservation at Bartolotti di Mare. You won't be disappointed.
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