Las Vegas has a habit of reinventing itself time and again to toss out the old and bring in the flashy and new. For the Bellagio, that means a new Italian restaurant from Julian Serrano, the Michelin-starred chef who already serves French fare at the resort’s Picasso and tapas at Aria.
Based on the renderings, the space takes on an Italian Futurism look with an entrance wrapped in a 100-foot mosaic with an aerial map of Milan. Colored backlit glass panels symbolize Milan’s roadways.
The bar area features a glass-and-chrome counter for the bartenders and a white marble-top bar. The back bar mimics Emilio…
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