Last Updated on January 18, 2023
Established in the place of Café Bellagio in 2018, Sadelle’s Las Vegas aims to bring an elevated perspective on Sin City’s all-day dining.
The brainchild of award-winning chefs Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi, the restaurant proposes an innovative yet tradition-inspired menu in a prime location.
Sadelle’s Las Vegas Overview
Trio restaurateurs Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick established their first Sadelle’s restaurant in New York in 2016. Part of the Major Food Group, the eatery blends respect for the past with an exciting present and sustainability for the future.
The 10,000-square-foot Sadelle’s Las Vegas maintains the first establishment’s vintage SoHo style. Colorful pastels blend with furniture and accessories chosen to ensure the utmost dining experience in an atmosphere inspired by Europe’s grand cafés.
Sought-after details include herringbone parquet floors, paneled walls, serpentine sofas, and clamshell lounge chairs in the elevated bar and lounge area.
The main dining hall overlooks the Bellagio Conservatory Botanical Gardens and is the spot for the best brunch in Las Vegas.
Customers highly recommend Sadelle’s for its great food and impeccable service. The busy restaurant often has people waiting in line for a table, which is why we recommend reservations beforehand.
Sadelle’s interior might be reminiscent of grand cafés along old European boulevards, but its menu is authentic New York City style.
Breakfast & Brunch
The restaurant’s pièce-de-résistance is undoubtedly the possibility to have breakfast all day long.
Not only are breakfast and brunch served at any time, but patrons can choose from a variety of lavish food and delicious items.
The menu includes breakfast staples such as omelets, poached eggs, eggs Benedict, hash browns, sticky buns, and all kinds of bagels. Salmon eggs Benedict is a welcome variation of the classic recipe if you don’t fancy ham (or, generally, pork meat).
Classic egg sandwiches with muenster, bacon, and fried eggs make up a popular brunch option. One that you can obviously spruce up with a side of French trout roe or baeri royal caviar.
Unique caviar options include soft scrambled eggs with buttered toast and chives or Bellagio Benedict with poached eggs and hollandaise.
Sadelle’s doesn’t cater to vegans, but vegetarians can eat a garden omelet with only egg whites, mushrooms, broccoli, onions, and zucchini. If, instead, you’d rather have some meat with your eggs; the western omelet is made with ham and peppers.
If eggs are not quite up your alley or if you’d like something lighter, Sadelle’s fish selection might delight you.
You can choose between the house or smoked salmon, whitefish salad, or tuna salad.
All selections are served with cucumber, tomato, capers, and your choice of bagel. Bagel options include plain, sesame, and poppy seed, to name just a few. If you don’t know what to pick, the everything bagel is a top-notch choice.
Specialties & Sides
Whether you want a hearty breakfast or a complete brunch, Sadelle’s offers a really nice selection of breakfast specialties and sides that can add deliciousness to your favorite dish.
Popular items include French toast, Belgian waffles, blueberry pancakes with syrup or whipped cream, avocado toast, and yogurt parfait. Bacon, pork sausage, and chicken sausage are available as sides.
Those who want to experience a no-fuss Sadelle’s breakfast experience can opt for one of the two signature dishes.
Sadelle’s Vegas Breakfast is a feast for meat lovers, with ham Benedict eggs, western or garden omelet, cream cheese Danish or sticky bun, and bloody Mary or mimosa.
Sadelle’s Signature Breakfast is almost the same but with salmon Benedict and smoked Scottish or house salmon instead of an omelet. Instead of alcoholic drinks, this breakfast option comes with coffee, but you could order a grapefruit cocktail – or any other hot or cold drink – as an extra.
Lunch & Dinner
Unlike breakfast, lunch and dinner items are not served all day long at Sadelle’s. You can enjoy them after 11 am, though.
A variety of à-la-carte items make it easy to enjoy a fantastic frugal lunch or four-course dinner alike.
The restaurant’s triple-decker and club sandwiches served with French fries are two of the most popular lunch choices.
A half triple-decker option is also available if you want to order it for only one person.
Fancy dinners can start with tuna tartare, shrimp cocktail, or pigs in a blanket. Soups constitute a delicious first course or a great choice for a light meal. You can’t go wrong with any of the options, but the French onion soup is a must-try.
Sadelle’s lunch and dinner menu also include a selection of classic chopped salads that are perfectly made but easy to find pretty much anywhere else. From all, the Greek salad is worth a mention, not for the innovation it brings (which is none), but for the fact that it caters to vegetarians.
If you love pasta, the rigatoni Bolognese is a must-try at Sadelle’s. This dish is a take on a classic Italian but made after an original Carbone family recipe.
Sadelle’s is a popular breakfast and brunch place, and lunch and dinner options are a lot more limited. Nevertheless, the specialties can make up for any lack the lunch and dinner menu might have.
Despite the inconspicuous names, the fried chicken and blackened ribeye are both noteworthy.
The former is slathered in coleslaw and truffle honey. The latter is smothered in onions. Both can be paired with mashed potatoes, French fries, or other available sides.
The specialty menu also includes roasted salmon served with mustard vinaigrette and asparagus.
Sadelle’s is open Sunday to Thursday from 6 am to 3 pm and Friday and Saturday from 6 am to 11 pm.
You can make a reservation online or book a table directly through the Bellagio Hotel reception.
The restaurant can also be reserved for private parties for up to 30 seated guests. For events, contact Bellagio Hotel’s events department.
Location & Map
Sadelle’s Cafe is located at The Bellagio Conservatory, 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109.
Use the following latitude and longitude coordinates for your Sat Nav: 36.112625, -115.176704.
- Sadelles Las Vegas is located at The Bellagio Conservatory.
- Sunday and weekday opening hours are from 6 am to 3 pm. Weekend opening hours (Fri and Sat) are from 6 am to 11 pm.
- Breakfast items are served all day. Lunch and dinner items are served after 11 am.
- The restaurant offers classic American cuisine with some international varieties. The dress code is resort casual. Tank tops and swimwear are not permitted.
- Some guests at tables near powder rooms may hear flushing constantly, and some complaint about the noisy venue.