Bobby Flay has taken diners to coastal Italy with his Amalfi restaurant in Caesars Palace. Now, the celebrated chef is seating them at a French café with his Brasserie B by Bobby Flay, set to open at the property in late 2023.
The restaurant will offer a French-inspired menu for lunch, dinner and brunch. Think nouveaux versions of classic frites, a raw bar, brasserie staples, lavish desserts and “some flavor surprises I’ve become known for over the years,” Flay said.
A glowing neon sign curving along an exaggerated cornice marks the entrance to the restaurant.
The lounge features a 20-seat bar composed of weathered marble, fluted wood and zinc accents.