Inspired by translucent coastal waters, cerulean skies and bold, fresh flavors of the Amalfi Coast, Chef Bobby Flay brings the spirit and cuisine of Southern Italian seaside villages to Caesars Palace. Amalfi, his newest dining destination, presents Old World charm that fills the interior spaces with limestone walls, mosaic tile, teak wood beams and organic fabrics that create a rustic, casual elegance.
From the bar, light and breezy cocktails complement an impressive list of wines from the Campania region.
Guests can choose from an abundant menu selection of fresh fish and Southern Italian specialties, including squid ink fettuccine with lobster, shrimp and squid fra diavolo, or the earthy caramelle with porcini mushrooms, sweet potato, brown butter and sage.
Fish selections include Mediterranean favorites like branzino, a delicate, sweet white fish, which is delightful roasted whole, served with Meyer lemon and capers. Or try the meaty carabinero shrimp, a spectacularly large deep-sea prawn. Fish is prepared whole or filleted, grilled over charcoal or roasted, and served with a choice of lemon and capers, red pepper and Calabrian chile pesto, or salsa verde.
Complete your visit to Amalfi with the olive oil and toasted semolina cake or fig crostata with honey-mascarpone gelato.
Caesars Palace, 5 p.m.-10 p.m. Mon.-Thu., 5 p.m.-10:30 p.m. Fri.-Sat.; 702-650-5965, caesars.com