Some of the architecture in the Aria is just stunning. Cafe Vettro is one such space. Grand columns and massive windows all add to the sense of space. We had a couple of meals in this 24 hour casual eatery located next to the casino floor.
For breakfast I had some excellent buttermilk pancakes ($14) with strawberries and maple syrup whilst Mrs G had some fine eggs Benedict with hash browns ($16).
For an early evening meal before we went to see Cirque du Soleil I had a pretty tasty reuben sandwich($15) crammed with the flavour-packed combination of salt beef, sauerkraut and swiss cheese. Chips were good but the sandwich was let down slightly by a few greasy patches in the toasted dark rye bread. Meanwhile Mrs G had a decent Turkey club sandwich with honey-mustard mayonnaise, swiss cheese, cranberry sauce and applewood smoked bacon.
If you’re looking for a light bite and you’re in proximity to The Aria then you could do far worse than checking out Cafe Vettro. They also do a few more substantial American dishes such as meatloaf and fried chicken.
Cafe Vettro, ARIA Resort and Casino, 3730 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89158