Gansevoort Las Vegas and Giada De Laurentiis' First Restaurant to Open Early 2014


Giada De Laurentiis
Giada De Laurentiis

Chef, author and television personality Giada De Laurentiis will open her very first restaurant in early 2014 at the Gansevoort Las Vegas. This concept is expected to open in early 2014 in conjunction with the hotel and casino.

“I've held back on past opportunities because I really wanted to be ready for the responsibility and challenges that come with a restaurant,” says De Laurentiis. “Now, I couldn't be more excited about working with Gansevoort Las Vegas and Caesars Entertainment to turn this dream into a delicious reality.”

Guests can enjoy De Laurentiis’ signature dishes made famous through her cookbooks and “Food Network” television shows, along with family recipes. 

Guests will also be able to see how the bread is baked along with a signature antipasto station, a first for Italian eateries on the Strip. There is an opportunity to watch chefs prepare the specialty pasta of the day, create flatbreads and bake desserts.

Private dining room space will be available for larger parties or group functions. 

The new restaurant will be open daily for lunch and dinner and will accommodate nearly 300 guests.

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