One of our F&B pros describes Delilah as “a stunning experience from the moment you walk past the velvet rope,” and it would be hard to disagree with that assessment. The restaurant channels the opulence of Hollywood in the roaring '20s with stunning art deco décor and a sultry supper club vibe.
“Everything from the service to the uniforms to the décor -- the live entertainment, the presentation, the way the food is plated – it’s really the highest quality across the board,” explains Donald Contursi, who has worked in (and led tours of) many of Las Vegas’ finest restaurants. “The attention to detail is second to none.”
The menu, courtesy of award-winning chef Josh Smith (formerly of Bardot Brasserie), offers bold reinterpretations of classic throwback dishes. Acclaimed mixologist Mariena Mercer Boarini provides world-class cocktails to accompany them. And the entertainment seamlessly blends classic jazz and modern pop in a way that somehow makes a transition from Billie Holiday to Snoop Dogg feel natural.
The “no photos” policy might seem annoying at first. But it helps preserve those all-important first impressions and allows you to focus on your experience, rather than documenting it.