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Although it’s the largest city founded in the 20th Century, Las Vegas retains the energy of a frontier town where the unexpected is still a daily occurrence. The dining scene is equally as adventurous. The show stopping menu combines the classic cuisine of Aureole with the theatricality of Las Vegas, while a four-story, temperature controlled glass and steel wine tower—the largest in the world—houses 10,000 of Palmer’s award-winning 50,000 bottle list, made accessible by an elaborate pulley system presided over by “flying wine angels.” After all, this is Vegas.

Wheelchair Accessibility Comments

  • Elegant restaurant at Mandalay Bay and very wheelchair friendly although you’ll need to use the elevator to access the dining level and avoid steps.
  • Bar area is mostly high table tops and non-accessible booths.
  • Elegant wheelchair accessible restroom.

Dining Experience

Wonderful restaurant

Restaurant Entrance Accessibility

Step free or easy ramped entrance

Relatively level grade at entrance

Restaurant Overview Accessibility

Step free or easy ramps on main dining level

1-2 Steps within restaurant

Many available tables

Wide clearance between tables

Bar Area: mostly high-top tables / stools

Restaurant Bathroom Accessibility

Step free accessible restroom

Wide clearances in restroom

Restroom very clean

Additional Details

  • WJAR Rating:4
  • Price:$$$
  • Type of Cuisine:American
  • Neighborhood:Mandalay Bay
  • Opentable Reservation:Make a Reservation >
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  • User Rating:4.3