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In a single week at the Wynn Las Vegas’s Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare, chef Paul Bartolotta receives more than a ton of superbly fresh Mediterranean seafood—including langoustines, cuttlefish, and prehistoric-looking slipper lobster. The theatrical dining room, with its flying fish chandelier, is maximalist, but the best dishes are the minimalist ones, like fish simply grilled with olive oil, lemon, and parsley. Chef Mario Batali, who has four restaurants in the Venetian and Palazzo, craves the scampi crudi and the entire antipasti menu, and loves that “Paul’s cooking is simple, clean, confident Italian magnificence at the top of the field internationally.” 

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Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare

In a single week at the Wynn Las Vegas’s Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare, chef Paul Bartolotta receives more than a ton of superbly fresh Mediterranean seafood—including langoustines, cuttlefish, and prehistoric-looking slipper lobster. The theatrical dining room, with its flying fish chandelier, is maximalist, but the best dishes are the minimalist ones, like fish simply grilled with olive oil, lemon, and parsley. Chef Mario Batali, who has four restaurants in the Venetian and Palazzo, craves the scampi crudi and the entire antipasti menu, and loves that “Paul’s cooking is simple, clean, confident Italian magnificence at the top of the field internationally.”