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Sage
American Restaurant$$$$
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3730 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109
3730 South Las Vegas BoulevardUSNevadaLas Vegas89109
(877) 230-2742arialasvegas.com
$$$$American Restaurant, BarToday Closed
Monday 5:00 – 10:30 pmTuesday 5:00 – 10:30 pmWednesday 5:00 – 10:30 pmThursday 5:00 – 10:30 pmFriday 5:00 – 10:30 pmSaturday 5:00 – 10:30 pmSunday Closed
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Chef Shawn McClain's farm-to-table menus, plus handcrafted cocktails, served in a modern Aria space.- Google
"Please try the Foie Gras Brulee, is like nothing you've tried before."
"We asked the waiter who took our order if we could split the wine pairing."
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Christopher Wihlidal
in the last week
Had the second-tier tasting menu and it was delicious! The waiter considerately warned that the wine pairing was paltry, and the cocktails were delicious. We shared everything, but the foie gras and 'Queen Bee' cocktail stood out.
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Ernest Edsel
2 months ago
did quick stop during SALT conference; taken to one of the Aria restaurants; LOVED the 4-course vegetarian offering, especially the corn cakes; pretty good though rather pricey; GLAD I did not have to pick up the check; at least this place doesn't have the unjustifiable sky-high vertigo prices for other Vegas eateries.
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Andrea Cornaglia
6 months ago
Amazing food and service. Please try the Foie Gras Brulee, is like nothing you've tried before. And the Veal Cheeks were amazing too! I totally recommend this restaurant!
Sylvia Ashby
9 months ago
My husband and I went there last night, Oct. 8, 2014. We decided on the tasting menu which is priced at $150 per person...outrageous but we were hoping for an outstanding dinner. We asked the waiter who took our order if we could split the wine pairing. He looked confused and then said he'd ask about it. About 10 minutes later the wine steward came over and said if we shared the wine pairing, he could only pour one glass. We objected, saying most restaurants are happy to pour two glasses. He said okay but we would each get just a tiny amount. He was obviously trying to sell us two wine pairings. We agreed to his terms. Then we sat there and waited...and waited for about 15 or 20 minutes while waiters scurried past with food for other customers. We finally got up and left. We called another restaurant, a favorite of ours (we are locals), and they had room for us so we hopped on the tram and went to the other location, This restaurant welcomed us. We had a wonderful fixed price dinner not quite as expensive as Sage in a far better atmosphere with impeccable service. They were most generous with the wine pours too.
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Tim Smallidge
a month ago
My wife and I did the fixed menu they offer for people getting dinner before the 7:30 shows. There were a few options they let you pick within the fixed menu. My wife and I both loved each of our 3 courses and would definitely recommend this place. It's a bit pricy but you get the quality you would expect so we were ok with paying $75 person including tax and tip
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Vincent Champain
4 months ago
Very good restaurant. Nice and quick service - I asked for a bowl of strawberry for my wife and even if it was not on the menu they kindly did it. I think most of the negative review are people expecting a steak and fries joint - which it is not. Also they have good bottles and half bottles of wines.
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Dena Poulos
10 months ago
Had a business dinner here while in Las Vegas and it was amazing! We ordered 5 appetizers off the menu and each one was awesome. The beet salad was delicious. I also had scallops and they were excellent! Service & Food both get 5 Stars!
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remy Kessler
a year ago
Three of us enjoyed dinner at Sage. I started off with a dirty martini that had three olives that were stuffed with a superior quality of blue cheese. What a treat! They also had some great special drinks that one of my companions enjoyed. I went with all of the recommendations of our server Bond. We each did the 4 course tasting menu. I asked if I could swap the sweetbreads from the regular menu in place of one that was listed on the tasting. I was told absolutely. The menu offers a dish of foie gras for an upgrade of $10. I did not think I was going to be hit with the $10 up charge that did come later. Other items on the tasting that were also on the main menu were more expensive then the sweetbreads. Regardless, they did give me a full size portion of the sweet breads. It was amazing and I nearly licked the plate, but it would have served me better to be made a bit smaller, since sweetbreads are very rich and filling. I believe the kitchen did not have an alternative serving plate to present the sweet breads on and did not want to sacrifice the integrity and perfection of the dish. Because of the care and attention to detail and service, I was ok with the up charge. I did not feel as though they added it to just up the bill. For my second course, I had the scallops. Again, I asked Bond which of the two to order. Scallops vs. Octopus. Two of us had the scallops and 1 the octopus. The scallops were a much better suggestion. For the third course I went with the beef belly, which was amazing. So tender and flavorful. Basically melting in my mouth. Bond did give me a heads up that it was as rich as it gets which is what deterred my fellow dinners. The portion was small but I still was not able to finish it since I did not hold back on the sweetbreads! You do have to really love these fatty dishes though. It is truly about 70 percent fat and 30 percent beef. For dessert it was a choice between a "lemon pie" or a chocolate dessert. We all chose the lemon. Our waiter Bond told us that it was not your typical lemon pie. A triangular piece of lemon curd sat over a bed of pistachio crust which sat over a smear of melted marshmallow that was torched on the bottom of the plate. There was a gelatin gremulata component of sweet wine broken into small granules. It was also topped with a pistachio ice cream quenelle and toasted pieces of pistachios. I thought it was fabulous. We all loved our dinner. I can say that our meal was highlighted by a few factors. The design and layout of the space was great. Food fantastic! But I can honestly say that the icing on the cake was the SERVICE!!!! Service was Exceptional! I think Bond was the best of the best! My father was with me as one of the three dinners. I feel he is a little harder to please. Bond did everything right! From the amount of time to stand over him to order to the amount of advice to give. He knew when to walk away and when to stay close. When I see someone like Bond, I know that the restaurant has scored big with him! This is a guy that would clearly be successful in a multiple range of things and has chosen to make Sage his home. I am not stopping here. There was another staff member that is EXCEPTIONAL!! "Derek" . While not sure of Dereks exact job description I can tell you that Derek filled my water glass as soon as it appeared 1/3 the way down. He did not miss a beat. He also provided us with bread and came by as soon as someones got low to see if we wanted more. Derek also helped with keeping the table clean and basically keeping in tune to the needs and wants of his guests at each table. Between Bond and Derek, they were the best of the best!! Such a great night! Having such a fabulous dinner that wasn't the crazy prices of many of the Vegas restaurants and clearly the best service of them all!!!!!
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