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Marche Bacchus was doing just fine until a car crashed into the front of the restaurant in early 2018. The good news: Nobody got hurt. More good news: It was the perfect excuse to not only completely remodel the entrance, but add a big new bar with a killer Scotch and cocktail program. It…
Top of the line local French restaurant in Las Vegas. Perfect for couples, celebration dinners, and group dinners. Enjoy and try something local.
Marche Bacchus is lakeside and offers beautiful scenery, live music weekly, and wine tastings. Weekends have a delicious brunch. They also have an extensive vegetarian menu.
The food and wine are excellent and the view of the Desert Shores neighborhood is always worth it!
Ask for a table on the patio overlooking the lake. Pick up a bottle of great wine from the wine store. Great pricing! They serve it tableside. I have NEVER had a bad meal or bad experience here. The restaurant is where the locals go. It is located in Summerlin. A bit of a drive but worth it.
“If you are in the mood for all you can eat sushi, this is a good place to check out.”
“Owned by the same family that owns Lees Liquor. Great local place in Korean Town. Also a fun area to explore.”
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“Always within 7 minutes, quick ride to strip, airport or where ever you want to go”
“This space is to recommend all the Las Vegas restaurants that I love, and wish would open in Pahrump, about an hour from Vegas. Outback offers salmon, steak, chicken dinners and an addictive bloomin onion as an appetizer. I also love the Cheesecake Factory, especially for their chicken picatta and cheesecake desserts. My husband Allen loves the fried shrimp. They also, like Outback, offer burgers. For breakfast, I love IHOP for their delicious omelets and the side of pancakes. I cant get enough of Schlotzsky's on Charleston Blvd. in Vegas. If I went again, I would buy four large turkey sandwiches! I also wish they would open an Arby's out here. I love the beef and cheddar, the Curley fries, and their Reubens. ”