This jewel box of a restaurant from Jean-Georges Vongerichten at the Bellagio is decked out in plush velvet draping and powder blue marble floors, an ode to Tiffany & Co. The scene evokes a 1930s speakeasy chop house. On the walls at Prime Steakouse at the Bellagio, three commissioned paintings by Carlo Maria Mariani, George Deem, and Michael Gregory, as well as a water-themed canvas screen created by Joseph Raffael.
The fine-dining restaurant, situated next to the Fountains of Bellagio, has been a must-visit destination for more than two decades, and you feel the exclusivity the minute you ride down the escalator for Prime and the neighboring Picasso.
The views of the fountains are just the beginning; dark woods, opulent décor and well-appointed tables immediately elevate your attitude,