Wynn chefs pull out all the stops for their fabulous feasts and holiday happenings.
One of the restaurant’s most popular offerings at its holiday dim sum brunch is the dessert station. Chef Ming Yu keeps the offerings small but plentiful. “I love hearing people say they have no more room, but seeing them make one of two trips for sweets,” he says.
Chef Zanelli may call for holiday indulgence, but his organic, herb-crusted salmon with vegetable quinoa and confit lemon sauce is as virtuous as dining gets. “Americans have more food to eat than any other people and more diets to keep them from eating it, says —Joseph Zanelli, Executive Chef at Jardin." This time of year is for leaving your diet at home and enjoying holiday fare with friends and family.”
Chef Joseph Elevado turns to a bone-in ribeye and Wynn’s own Cabernet Sauvignon for pure, indulgent winter comfort dining.
On the patio at Lakeside, guests can dine alfresco—in the glow of patio heaters. Chef David Walzog gravitates toward “familiar mainstays that go hand-in-hand with holiday celebration: Big shellfish platters for sharing; oven-roasted lobsters, charred steaks, and the kind of comforting, homespun desserts that we all surrender to.”
Cap off a festive meal at Mizumi with this edible work of art: a white chocolate kabuki mask covering molten chocolate cake in a praline-rice cracker crust.
The Buffet at Wynn
Few dishes express Las Vegas during the holidays better than delectable Oysters Rockefeller, shown here at The Buffet at Wynn.
The serene dining room at SW Steakhouse, with its view of the Lake of Dreams, is the perfect backdrop for one of the best beef menus in the United States, including a rare certification for Kobe beef.