Picasso Las Vegas

Picasso Las Vegas is a unique dining experience that features Pablo Picasso’s renowned paintings on display, and charming ceramic pieces grace the fine dining establishment. The outdoor patio overlooks the magical Bellagio Fountains making this the perfect spot for a pre-theatre meal, date night, or your first fine dining experience.

Picasso Las Vegas

The restaurant boasts a wine cellar, incredible dishes prepared by executive chef Julian Serrano, outdoor seating, and real Picasso masterpieces you can’t see anywhere. The romantic artistry of this restaurant can be seen in every inch of the space.

Picasso Menu

The menu at Picasso Las Vegas has been curated by chef Julian Serrano and inspired by the regional cuisine of France and Spain, where Pablo Picasso spent most of his life. The one-of-a-kind tasting menu is beautifully complimented by the wine cellar stocked with wine from the finest European vineyards. 

Guests can choose between a decadent degustation menu experience, the Prix Fixe, or a vegan menu.

5-Course Degustation

The first course begins with a Maine lobster salad served with a citrus dijon vinaigrette and caviar. This course awakens your taste buds and perfectly prepares you for the rest of the meal.

The second course includes a pan-seared U-10 day boat scallop with potato mousseline and jus de veau. The third course follows this with a sauteed steak of “A” foie gras, served with poached saffron pears and hot mustard jam.

For the fourth and main course, you have three selections. A prime petite filet mignon with roasted root vegetables, Japanese Waygu filet mignon with a symphony of vegetables, or sauteed filet of Chilean sea bass with green asparagus and hollandaise sauce. If you choose the Japanese Waygu, the price goes up by $175.

The final course is dessert, which is not always the same. A wine sommelier can offer a wine pairing or premium wine pairing at request. Caviar can be added to your meal as well. 

4-Course Prix Fixe

The 4-course Prix Fixe menu options offer guests more choices at a slightly lower cost. For the first course, choose between the following:

  • Lobster bisque with confit of shrimp and Spanish chorizo
  • Poached oysters with osetra caviar and sauce vermouth
  • Warm quail salad with sauteed artichokes and pine nuts (this is one of the top-reviewed dishes from the restaurant!)
  • Jamon de Bellota, Iberico with pan de cristal and fresh tomato (additional $35)

The second course has three options which include:

  • Tart of foie gras with mulberry gelee and mission fig
  • Sauteed crispy gnocchi with Alaskan king crab and sauce Nantua
  • Big eye tuna carpaccio with soy gochujang vinaigrette, mango yuzu gel, and black garlic aioli

The third and main course has five options.

  • Butter-poached Maine lobster with Japanese curry (additional $30)
  • Sauteed filet of branzino with court bullion sauce
  • Roasted milk-fed veal chop with rosemary potatoes and au jus
  • Roasted pigeon with wild rice risotto
  • Sauteed medallion of fallow deer with roasted treviso, cauliflower puree, and caramelized blueberry

The fourth course is dessert, which is not specified on the online menu because the dessert offering changes frequently. Wine sommeliers are available to help pair wines with your meal.

Vegan Menu

Executive Chef Julian includes a vegan menu too, which is greatly appreciated and makes the restaurant more inclusive for groups. The vegan menu is five courses.

The first course includes Spanish potato salad with carrots, green beans, and mustard dressing with aged sherry vinegar.

The second course is Les Petits Farcis. Summer squash, eggplant, and piquillo with romesco.

The third course is a roasted mushroom, and truffle tart made with seasonal mushrooms, salsify, and truffle pistou.

The fourth and main course is a risotto with Carolina golden rice, cauliflower, and gremolata. This is followed by the fifth course, dessert. Wine sommeliers can offer wine pairings to go with your vegan meal.

Michelin Star

Picasso Las Vegas has a 2-star Michelin rating. To achieve this rating, the restaurant has to offer excellent cuisine delivered in a unique way and have something special to offer. A two-Michelin-star restaurant is “worth a detour” while traveling.

In addition to the Michelin Star rating from 2009, Picasso Las Vegas has a 5-star AAA and Forbes rating.


Picasso staff work hard to keep the Picasso experience top-notch for every guest. A full bar, wine selections from the finest vineyards in Europe, and a gourmet menu make this the perfect spot for a special dinner in Las Vegas.

Diners can sit inside or dine outdoors with a view of the Fountains of Bellagio. Heat lamps are included in the outdoor seating for improved guest comfort.

This is truly a signature Bellagio experience that’s more than just a good meal.

 Chef Julian Serrano

With Picasso’s artwork on display, you’ll feel like you’re in an art museum at Picasso Restaurant. Diners enjoying the atmosphere at Picasso Las Vegas can celebrate two beloved sons of France, Pablo Picasso and Chef Julian Serrano, with every bite. 

Dress Code

Dress Code

The dress code at Picasso Las Vegas is business casual. Avoid shorts, sports apparel, open-toed shoes, and tank tops.

Women should dress elegantly, while men should wear a collared shirt or polo. 


Bellagio Restaurants Picasso Architecture Entry

Reservations are not required to dine at Picasso Las Vegas, but it’s never a bad idea since seating is limited. 

Make your reservation by calling 702-693-8105.

If you’re interested in private dining or group dining, call 702-693-7317 to make a reservation.


Picasso Las Vegas is open Wednesday to Sunday from 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM. The restaurant is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Location & Map

Picasso Las Vegas is located at Bellagio. From the main hotel desk, take a right on the path that goes past Hermes. Inside Via Bellagio, just past Harry Winston, take the escalator down. Picasso is on the left when you get off the escalator. 

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How much is the Prix Fixe at Picasso Las Vegas?

The Prix Fixe is $122. Additional add-ons and wine pairings cost extra.

What do you wear to Picasso Las Vegas?

The dress code is business casual. Avoid sports apparel, tank tops, shorts, and open-toed shoes.

When is Picasso Las Vegas open?

The restaurant is open Wednesday to Sunday each week for dinner service from 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM.

Where is Picasso Las Vegas?

Picasso is located at Bellagio Las Vegas with a lakeside orientation and view of the Bellagio fountain.

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