The restaurant scene on the Las Vegas Strip is an ever-changing event, none as much of late as Paris Las Vegas.
A series of closures of some long-standing restaurants in the hotel have opened the door for new offerings, including the first-ever restaurant from lifestyle guru Martha Stewart.
Work is ongoing on Stewart’s new eatery, The Bedford by Martha Stewart, which will open on an unspecified date sometime this spring.
“Caesars Entertainment has been an extremely hardworking, professional, and excellent partner to work with on the planning and building of the first-ever Martha Stewart restaurant,” Stewart said in a release. “It will be in the Paris Las Vegas and will very accurately portray the important aesthetic and taste of the Martha Stewart brand.”
Stewart has designed the restaurant herself with the idea of bringing the country farmhouse into the flashing lights and sounds of a casino hotel.
The restaurant will feature 194 seats with, what she labels, thoughtfully appointed decor and a neutral color palette that serves as a backdrop to four seasons of color.
“The architecture and decoration of the spaces cleverly exemplify the beauty and atmosphere you might find at my beautiful farm in Bedford, New York,” Stewart said. “Dining at The Bedford will be immersive, fun, unexpected, and utterly delectable,”
Stewart and others are working on menus for seasonal dinners, weekend brunches, and holiday meals. Many items will be created by sourcing ingredients from local growers in the Las Vegas region.
“Our menu will be delicious, depicting the very same kinds of foods I serve my friends and family,” she said.
Hotel officials are looking forward to the opening with high expectations for the results.
“When we open the doors, The Bedford by Martha Stewart will be a dining experience you simply can’t get elsewhere,” said Jason Gregory, general manager of Paris Las Vegas.
Stewart’s restaurant is just one of numerous changes taking place in the hotel. Also on the menu for opening in the near future are Nobu Restaurant and Lounge, the third restaurant on the Strip from chef Nobu Matsuhisa, and Vanderpump à Paris, the newest offering from the reality show franchise.
But to make room for the new editions, several Paris restaurants have closed in recent months. At the top of the list is Martarano’s at Paris, the most high-profile restaurant in the hotel other than the signature Eiffel Tower Restaurant. Martarano’s abruptly closed in September.
Lucky 88, Sushi Street, and Sekushi have all closed their doors as well.
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