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Nov 3, 2008 08:30 AM

Bartolotta (Wynn Las Vegas)

Heading to Bartolotta for the first time in mid November. Were will be 2 couples dining. Do we order a la carte or go for the Grand Feast?

Any advice would be great.


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  1. Perhaps a way to decide is also based on what kind of evening you want to have. While some tasting menu's go through a lot of different courses that can sometimes impede conversational flow, Bartlotta's is very relaxed, with all of the dishes served family style. It is usually broken into four servings - appetizers/salads (about 5-7 options); pastas (3-4); main entree (we have always opted for whole fish, but they can add meat dishes if requested), and then dessert (too many). The tasting menu makes for a comfortable evening, but also note that it is not as adventurous as some other Las Vegas options - the Barolotta focus is on the freshness of the seafood, and the simplicity that brings it out best.

    1. I LOVED the tasting menu at Bartolotta and would definitely recommend it. Be sure to request a table outside and plan for 3-4 hours of indulgence.

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      1. re: Obessed

        Have requested already...any tips on who to talk to, to help get an outside table?

        1. re: Hlrazr

          Just request it and you will likely get the ouside table. I fully concur on the family style menu. It was quite memorable. My advice is to pace yourself since the courses just get better as you go and you don't want to be too full to enjoy them. Because it's family style, it's really easy to overdo it on the fantastic early courses. The whole fish, deboned tableside was wonderful. Great place! Have fun!