Food and drink
The menu is extensive, ranging from your standard cooked breakfast to sandwiches, salads and fish and meat main courses. The food's of a high standard, considering it's a chain restaurant (I'm not a fan of the Grand Lux's sister brand, Cheesecake Factory). There's a good cocktail list, too.
There's a better than average selection of salads here, and personally I always like the cobb.
Very classy. The room itself is swish, service is polite and smart, and the clientele tends to be quieter. There are plenty of big groups and families here, but they tend not to impose on everyone else.
Fairly formal but food comes out quickly.
In the Venetian. There's another branch next door in the Palazzo, on the off-chance that there's a wait for this one.
Mains start at US$13.95 for a salad.
There's another branch next door in the Palazzo (3327 Las Vegas Blvd South, 702-733-7411).
- Families with teenagers
- First-time travellers
- Mature travellers