Secrets of the Vegas Strip (Mall)
Courtesy of Marché Bacchus
The Scene: What began as a wine shop called Marché Bacchus has evolved over the years into Bistro Bacchus: Pass through the little wine store and you'll find yourself on a tiered patio on a man-made lake—as unlikely as passing through a wardrobe and ending in Narnia. The waterfront tables are the most romantic in town, lit by torches and tiny twinkling lights.
What to Order: Wander the aisles inside and select your own wine (competitively priced for the Strip, even with the $10 corkage fee), and order the charcuterie plate with pâté, French salami, prosciutto, and red onion confit; or moules frites steamed in wine with Parmesan-crusted frites.
2620 Regatta Dr.; 702/804-8008