Gourmands hit the jackpot here, where the dining room is adorned with Picasso’s paintings and the wine list is packed with 1,500 selections. The cellar leans Spanish in another nod to its namesake, but makes room for New World standouts and other classics as well.
From the Sommelier: “The days of mysterious and esoteric wine lists on The Strip are a thing of the past. It’s no longer about what the sommelier likes; it is ultimately about what the guest enjoys. As a wine professional, it’s our duty to share our knowledge and expose guests to new wine varietals, regions, trends, etc., while still managing the business side of it. It’s a balancing act.” —Ernest Taketa, Picasso
Dish We Loved: Roasted tournedo loin of Colorado lamb with pistou, mint aioli, and tempura zucchini flower