La Cave Wynn

Last Updated on February 25, 2023

La Cave is a wine bar and food hideaway at Wynn Las Vegas. Chef Billy Demarco’s menu features small plate items paired with an exceptional wine list, artisanal draught beers, and incredible service. The tempting small plates menu allows guests to try a bit of everything, with four distinct environments available for seating at La Cave Wynn. 

There’s no doubt this is one of the unique brunch and dinner spots on Las Vegas Boulevard, with savory small plates, great music, and an unbelievable ambiance. Chef Bill Demarco crafts dishes that aren’t easily forgettable at this cozy Wynn hideaway.

La Cave Wynn Las Vegas Menu

Weekend Brunch

Weekend brunch at La Cave Wine and Food Hideaway is a popular event. Pricing starts at $49 per adult and $28 per child under 12. Children older than 12 will be charged as an adult. Instead of ordering a meal, brunch is served with a butler-style tray passed around, allowing everyone to try a bit of everything. There is a 90-minute maximum for guests during brunch service.

You’ll find brunch items, including french toast, Angus mini burgers, a NY egg sandwich, a snickers pancake, and more on the tray. Seven of the items are vegetarian-friendly, too, making this a great little food hideaway for a group of diverse appetites at Wynn Las Vegas.

Add bottomless libations for $34 per person. That price includes mimosas, white wine, red or white sangria, sparkling wine, red wine, Las Vegas Lager, bloody mary’s, pomegranate lemonade, and fuzzy navel.

From the Sea

If you’re a seafood lover, La Cave Wine and Food Hideaway at Wynn Las Vegas will not disappoint. Seafood items cost $19 to $23 per serving with a good variety of preparation methods and flavors.

Rich crab ravioli is served with ricotta, arugula, and lemon butter. A salmon sashimi tostada with pickled red onion sesame soy dressing is highly recommended, as well as the diver sea scallop with polenta cake, shrimp sauce, and trumpet mushroom.

From the Farm

The “from the farm” section of the menu at La Cave in Wynn Las Vegas is one of the most popular. Items are priced from $16 to $21 per serving. 

Popular items from the farm include a bacon-wrapped date with blue cheese fondue, short rib tacos with avocado crema, tomato, and cilantro, and the baked meatball with creamy polenta, basil, and house-made marinara. 

From the Oven

There are five types of flatbread served fresh from the oven, priced from $22 to $24. Each flatbread brings something different that’s ideal for the tapas-style dining that La Cave offers. All of the flatbreads are good, so it really comes down to what you want to try the most.

The tomato flatbread keeps things simple with micro mozzarella, caper, and roasted tomatoes. The chicken flatbread is bold with Thai basil, sweet & sour chili, red onion, and garlic aioli. 

From the Garden

Six salads are on the menu with fresh garden ingredients served with simple, refreshing flavors. Salads are affordably priced from $14 to $16. 

The baby kale salad with shaved apple, goat cheese, and almond vinaigrette is the most popular salad on the menu. The La Cave caesar salad with prosciutto and lemon anchovy dressing has a signature flavor that’s unique to La Cave. If you want something a bit more savory, try the french onion soup with puff pastry and gruyere cheese. 

From the Grill

Taste elevated flavors from the grill for $23 to $31. There are an excellent variety of proteins offered in this section, including shrimp, beef, chicken, and seafood.

Charred octopus with crispy potato and fava bean puree is a customer-favorite dish that’s highly recommended in online reviews. Wild salmon with broccolini, lemon, and capers offers bright, refreshing flavors, while the Moroccan chicken skewer with pear chutney, tzatziki, and pita has bold flavors with global inspiration. 

If you want a more traditional American grilled option, the flat iron steak with crushed fingerling potato and au poivre sauce is a wonderful option.

From the Side

Add a savory side to your order for $14 to $17. Gouda creamed spinach, truffle mushroom grits with pecorino, and crispy brussels sprouts with gochujang are among the most popular side dishes.

From the Market

Charcuterie Board

Get a variety of flavors with a gourmet charcuterie board with market-fresh ingredients. Each board is served with honey, whole grain mustard, bacon onion marmalade, pistachio, toasted crostini, and apples for $46.


Aged Gouda Holland

Indulge in some gourmet cheese with five types of Fromage. There is Spanish manchego, aged gouda holland, Belgium fontina, truffle tremor, and Saint Andre. Each type of Fromage is $11.



Fresh butcher items include sweet coppa, salumi wagyu, prosciutto di parma, and soppressata. All butcher items are $11 each.


There are six vegan dishes offered during dinner service. It is important to note that the vegan menu is not suitable for guests with a soy allergy. The vegan menu items are reasonably priced from $18 to $21 per serving.

The roasted tomato risotto with broccolini, Impossible tacos with pico de gallo and avocado almond crema, and fettuccine with roasted garlic, chili, and onion are some of the highest-reviewed vegan items.


The wine list at La Cave wine bar in Wynn Las Vegas is truly exceptional, with something for everyone. There are 250 bottles and 50 wines available by the glass. Wine flights are also available to taste more than one type of wine with your meal. The servers are well-versed in La Cave’s many wines and can make recommendations for the best wine to go with your order.

In addition to the wine bar, there is also a full bar to make your go-to classic cocktail and a selection of artisanal draught beers.

La Cave Chef

Chef William Demarco

Chef William Demarco, better known as Billy Demarco, is the head chef at La Cave in Wynn, Las Vegas. Demarco was introduced to the restaurant industry through a family business in his native city of Long Island, New York. He’s part of the famous Morton Restaurant family, so it’s no surprise he executes the unique La Cave concept so well on the plate.

Chef Demarco also serves as a Corporate Executive Chef for Morton Group and oversees food operations at Greek Sneek, ONE Steak, CRUSH American Grill, and La Comida. He enjoys experiencing food from other cultures and constantly works to discover new culinary trends.


The atmosphere at La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway is loved by anyone who visits. A romantic, sexy, and fun vibe fills the air with elegant decor and incredible service from every member of the staff. It’s a wonderful setting to celebrate a special event at Wynn Las Vegas without feeling too fancy. 

Children are welcome when accompanied by an adult, so the atmosphere remains family-friendly at all times. 

Dining Spaces 

There are four distinct dining spaces at La Cave. The same ambiance is carried throughout each space with slight changes and different scenery from your seat.

There is a refined dining room that feels rustic in a very welcoming, homey way. An outdoor dining terrace overlooks the beautifully manicured Wynn gardens and glimmering resort pool. The most casual space is the front bar area, illuminated by an “In Vino Veritas” sign. Finally, there’s the cellar. The exclusive wine cellar is the most highly requested area at La Cave Wine and Food Hideaway, but seating is very limited.

Group Dining

Elegantly designed private dining rooms are available for private group dining. When you book a private room for group dining, the chefs and event planning team will work to create a custom menu for your dinner party.



La Cave is ranked #182 out of 3,138 Las Vegas restaurants on TripAdvisor. The restaurant has a 4.5-star overall rating across 1,062 reviews. Reviewers note a great atmosphere, perfectly portioned tapas, and fast service.

Open Table

1,704 reviews have given La Cave a 4.6-star overall rating on Open Table. Reviewers love the romantic ambiance and innovative flavors. Many people have said that La Cave is a great spot for a special occasion, no matter how big or small.


There are 867 Yelp reviews of La Cave with a 4-star overall rating. Most of the lower-rated reviews experienced long-wait times, which can be avoided with a reservation. Overall, reviewers still speak highly of the food quality and restaurant ambiance. 

Dress Code

La Cave Dress Code

The dress code at La Cave is resort casual. Tank tops and swimwear are not permitted, but other casual clothes you’d wear around the resort are welcome.

Hours & Reservations

La Cave serves brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM to 2 PM. Dinner service is available from 4 PM to 9 PM Sunday to Thursday and 4 PM to 10 PM Friday and Saturday.

Reservations are not required, but they’re recommended. La Cave is a busy restaurant, and guests without a reservation may experience long wait times to get a table. Bar seating is typically available with no wait if you’re stopping in for a quick, casual bite.

Location & Map

La Cave is located next to Terrace Pointe Cafe by the elevators to the pool, spa, and salon. This location is conveniently accessed from the Cabana Shop.


If you’re visiting La Cave at Wynn, parking is convenient and easy. You can use valet parking at the main entrance of Wynn Las Vegas or park in the Wynn self-park garage. View parking maps, rates, and more with our Wynn parking review.


Which hotel is La Cave in?

La Cave is at Wynn Las Vegas.

Who is the head chef at La Cave Wynn? 

Bill Demarco of Morton Group is the head chef at La Cave Wynn Las Vegas.

What’s the dress code at La Cave? 

Resort casual attire is required at La Cave Wynn. You don’t need to dress up, but avoid wearing tank tops or swimwear.

When is La Cave Wynn open?

Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM to 2 PM. Dinner is served from 4 PM to 9 PM Sunday to Thursday and 4 PM to 10 PM on Saturday and Sunday.

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