By Stacey Leasca
Updated February 20, 2020
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The Bellagio wants you to forget everything you ever knew about dining out and come try its new Mayfair Supper Club instead.

In January, the famed Las Vegas resort unveiled its latest offering, The Mayfair Supper Club, a fountain-side experience that harkens back to the 1920s heyday of Vegas style. It comes complete with live entertainment, surprise performances, and a view of the iconic Bellagio Fountains that can’t be beat.

“Supper clubs of the mid-1900s were the foundation for our country’s best artists and cuisine, which The Mayfair celebrates and modernizes for the 20s of today,” Sean Christie, MGM Resorts International President of Events and Nightlife, shared in a statement. “Combined with spectacular entertainment overlooking unrivaled views of the Bellagio Fountains, The Mayfair delivers an experience that can’t be found anywhere else in the world.”

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While dining at the Mayfair guests can expect to be delighted by both the entertainment surrounding them and the absolutely divine cuisine, which includes appetizers like the Wagyu hand roll with caviar layered and horseradish cream, tonkatsu sauce, and topped with glittering gold leaf. The menu also includes main dishes like Mishima Farms Wagyu Prime Rib, slow-roasted for seven hours before serving. Diners can finish it all off with one of Mayfair’s delicious deserts including The CIGAR, an edible chocolate and hazelnut cigar that arrives at the table under a  hickory-smoked glass cloche.

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Though, it may be hard to only concentrate on the food considering there’s a multi-media and multi-stage Vegas show happening all around you.

The multi-act production, created by No Ceilings Entertainment, is meant to make guests feel fully immersed in a fantasy world of glamour as though they’ve been transported back in time to Las Vegas’ golden era. As the team explained, guests of the experience are brought into a world “inspired by mythology and tales of Neptune with elements such as a statement bar with a sea-green Murano glass canopy, coral-inspired wall lights, scalloped-edge banquettes, and a ceramic shell wall. Textures and colors are richly layered to create a decadent and sophisticated backdrop for an evening of dining and dancing.”

If this is all too much to take in that’s because it’s meant to be. Every sense, from taste to touch to sight and smell while dining at the Mayfair should — and will — feel overwhelmed with delight.

But, just because you’ve finished your dinner doesn’t mean the fun is over yet.

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Mayfair After Dark also takes place each Friday and Saturday night from 11 p.m. – 3 a.m. It is then that even more live musical acts and performers take to the stage for an all-night dance party. Don’t worry, if you get hungry the Mayfair offers up a late-night dinner menu until 2 a.m. to keep everyone satisfied.

The Mayfair Supper Club is officially open Sunday through Thursday from 5 p.m. until midnight, and Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. until 3 a.m. For more information, and to book a table, check out their website now.