- $90 toward fine French cuisine and drinks at Alizé at the Top of the Palms
- A Condé Nast top new restaurant
- Stacks of awards
- Breathtaking views of the Strip
- View menu
- Renowned chef
- Top-notch service
- Two-story wine cellar
- A food purchase minimum of $45 is required per person. The restaurant also adheres to a resort-evening-casual dress code.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal and Vegas.com extol the views at Alizé at the Top of the Palms: > * The downtown restaurant is “country-style, with small rooms, plaster walls and antiques,” [chef and proprietor André] Rochat says. “It’s like being in France. The Monte Carlo restaurant is a small room, but it’s very rich. And this place is like a window on Las Vegas. At the Stratosphere, you only see the Strip from one angle. Here it’s in front of us. And we have the food and wine to go with the scenery.” – Ken White, Las Vegas Review-Journal > * In addition to one of the best views west of the Mississippi – the restaurant is on the 56th floor of the Palms’ tower – it boasts a superb wine list, and the creative French cuisine. – Vegas.com
Yelpers give it an average of four stars, and OpenTable users give it a 4.4: > * This is one of our favorites in Las Vegas. Reserve your table for approx. 30 minutes prior to sunset on any given day, and watch the Vegas lights “come alive” after sunset, and the transition to dark. – OpenTable user who dined on 3/13/10
4321 W Flamingo Rd.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89103Get Directions