Bellagio recently welcomed Sadelle's, SoHo's vintage-style restaurant from Major Food Group and one of the most desired reservations in New York City, to the resort's award-winning culinary portfolio. Overlooking the Bellagio Conservatory, Sadelle's brings an elevated perspective to all-day dining in Las Vegas through culinary craftsmanship forging a new identity for approachable cuisine normally found in cafés and bakeries. 

The restaurant's locale, Ken Fulk design, fun vibe and legendary menu – including bagels and smoked-fish platters, triple-decker sandwiches, burgers, salads and all-day caviar offerings to name a few – will make it a destination experience for tourists and locals. The 10,000 square foot space envelops guests in a combination of colorful pastels and bespoke touches transporting diners back in time to a grand café along an old European boulevard.

"We are taking everything great about Sadelle's in New York and taking it to the next level in Las Vegas," said Jeff Zalaznick, Major Food Group managing partner. "The incredible space, overlooking the Bellagio Conservatory, along with an elevated menu focused on quintessential classics allow us to create a one-of-a-kind culinary experience from early morning through late night. I think if we do our job, we'll set a new standard in the city for what the all-day dining restaurant is all about."

"Sadelle's delivers a bold personality and next-level craftsmanship to the all-day dining experience that simply does not exist in Las Vegas right now," said Ari Kastrati, MGM Resorts International senior vice president of food and beverage strategy. "We are grateful for this partnership and look forward to their beloved NYC restaurant delivering memorable dining experiences to our Las Vegas guests."

To create a theatrical stage for Sadelle's service befitting of Bellagio's grandeur, Major Food Group worked with designer Ken Fulk, the visionary architect who brought the original SoHo location to life. For the Las Vegas iteration, Fulk took the core elements of Sadelle's in New York City and augmented them in a stylized manner inspired by the exuberance of Belle Époque Paris.