Good wine isn’t hard to find in Vegas.
at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Comme Ça is a modern French Brasserie from celebrity chef David Myers, located on the third floor of the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
Comme Ça has an extensive wine list—and the best place to sip on a glass of your favorite Chardonnay would be the outdoor patio. The patio overlooks the Las Vegas Strip and offers a quiet, elegant place to spend some time.
Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro
at Palazzo Las Vegas
The lounge at Morels is a great place to sink into a couch and have a glass or two. Of course, if you want to see the Las Vegas Strip, sit on Morels’ patio, which is slightly elevated from the sidewalk and perfectly aligned to see the Sirens of TI play a grown-up version of Battleship.
at Wynn Las Vegas
La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway offers an intimate, cellar-like bar area and small dining room. The best place to dine is the indoor-outdoor patio room with sliding French glass doors. When the weather is nice, lounge in an oversized chair by a low table and sip your Merlot while listening to the great sound system.
The Wine Cellar
at the Rio Las Vegas
The Wine Cellar & Tasting Room contains 50,000 bottles of wine –give or take a bottle. The extensive collection is worth more than $10 million. You’ll have no problem finding something you like, from a simple Chardonnay to a special 1800 Madeira from Thomas Jefferson’s private collection.
2620 Regatta Drive #106
Marche Bacchus is uniquely situated overlooking the lake in Desert Shores. This gem of a restaurant is the perfect place to share a bottle of wine and delicious French fare on the patio or in the dining room.
at Mandalay Bay
Aureole still wows guests as they gawk at the four-story wine tower. When you order a bottle, floating wine goddesses bring the bottle down to earth — and to your table. Aureole is a large restaurant with multiple ways to enjoy a glass, including the little wine lounge in front, a bar and lounge area, a main dining room and several private dining rooms to choose from.