Sunday, 28 August 2011

The Las Vegas Epic 2011 - Cafe Vettro, Aria, Las Vegas review

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.

The details: 
Cafe Vettro, ARIA Resort and Casino, 3730 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89158

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