French Casual

9 Listings

Bistros and brasseries in Las Vegas.


Bardot Brasserie

Michael Mina seems to have a restaurant in Las Vegas for just about every occasion, and several of them made our lists. His Aria outpost is a deceptively simple concept: a gorgeously appointed Fren...

Bouchon

Thomas Keller is the only American chef to have been awarded simultaneous three-star ratings from Michelin for two different restaurants (Per Se and The French Laundry). So having the Las Vegas inc...

Cafe Breizh

Neon Feast contributor and Esther’s Kitchen chef/owner James Trees admits to a certain weakness when it comes to Cafe Breizh. “Chef Pierre at Cafe Breizh is doing the best laminated pastry in Las ...

French Cellar by Partage

The team behind the French fine dining of Partage have retrofitted their original concept (Eatt) into a charming bistro for wine and casual bites with rewarding results. French Cellar operates five...

La Maison de Maggie

Neon Feast contributor, chef and “Exit Spring Mountain” host Lorraine Blanco Moss likes the “great crepes and galettes” at La Maison de Maggie, and they are indeed the specialty of the house. Gale...

Marché Bacchus

This French bistro was a huge winner, selected by 12 survey responders in five categories. Its fans include Secret Burger and Vegas Test Kitchen founder Jolene Mannina, Chef/Host Lorraine Blanco Mo...

Mon Ami Gabi

This classic French bistro at Paris was recommended by more than a dozen of those surveyed, showing up most in the categories of French Casual and People Watching. Carver Road Hospitality V.P. Brya...

Oh la la French Bistro

Neon Feast contributor and former Review-Journal restaurant critic Heidi Knapp Rinella likes Oh la la because it’s an intimate space that serves updated versions of classic French dishes, and has l...

Rosallie

Food blogger Philip Tzeng is a big fan of the plain and almond croissants at Rosallie. But those aren’t the only amazing fine pastries offered at this French café. They also have chocolate croissan...

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