Chef, author and television personality Giada De Laurentiis is set to open her very first restaurant at The Cromwell, the first standalone boutique resort on the Las Vegas Strip, and is sparing no detail. From the food to the dishware to the view, every item in GIADA's has been carefully curated to bring to life the De Laurentiis spirit, vision and passion.
Located on the second floor of The Cromwell, overlooking one of the busiest intersections in Las Vegas, GIADA is one of the most highly anticipated openings of 2014. With the space's incomparable views, De Laurentiis felt it was imperative to make sure the interior was just as dynamic as the breathtaking scenery. Incorporating elements from her travels around the world and hand-selecting each item; there was no detail too small to be considered. De Laurentiis along with husband Todd Thompson worked closely with Studio Collective agency located in Los Angeles for the overall design of the restaurant.
With more than 20 million visitors crossing the intersection of Flamingo and Las Vegas Blvd., guests at GIADA will have a front-row view of one of the most exciting and dynamic areas in the world. The terrace will showcase priceless views of the Bellagio fountains, Caesars Palace and Bally's Las Vegas through seven custom 12' X 10' remote-controlled hydraulic windows wrapping around the perimeter of the restaurant, allowing for a uniquely al fresco dining experience.
hand-selected by Giada
GIADA is completely inspired by De Laurentiis' personality and style, with its modern, yet sleek design featuring clean lines and pops of color.Â She has been involved in every design selection made for the restaurant, and has even gone as far as to test every chair in the restaurant. I need to know how narrow, how wide, how sturdy they are. If I don't sit in each chair, how am I going to know? Featured art work include favorites from De Laurentiis' personal collection. De Laurentiis has even included design elements such as Italian tile she has encountered throughout her worldly travels.
De Laurentiis is proud to be a part of the Las Vegas culinary community and wants all guests to feel as though they are members of her family, including the locals. So much so, she created a special phone number for locals to call for information on the restaurant and to make reservations. That local line is 702-667-1799. GIADA is set to debut at The Cromwell just in time for summer, and will be open daily for lunch and dinner and a private dining room space will be available for larger parties. For additional information on GIADA and The Cromwell, visit www.TheCromwell.com.