Winter Opening Expected for Caviar Bar at Resorts World

The restaurant will center caviar and libations, alongside charcuterie and warm plates
Rendering: Official

Caviar Bar, the much-anticipated restaurant from New York chef Shaun Hergatt, is expected to open at Resorts World Las Vegas this winter, according to recent coverage from Eater Las Vegas.

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Hergatt is an experienced Australian-born chef and restaurateur whose career includes a stint as chef de cuisine at the New York City Ritz-Carlton, along with previous New York ventures like SHO and Juni, which closed in 2013 and 2016, respectively.

Caviar Bar’s menu will center caviar with choices like Russian Osetra, Kaluga Gold, and White Sturgeon, alongside libations including the Silver Bee (honey infused gin, thyme, lavender, lemon) and Le Marquis (London dry gin, mezcal, St. Germaine [sic], pineapple, lemon). The restaurant will also serve a selection of seafoods and shellfish, charcuterie, and warm plates like Black Truffle Risotto and Wagyu Beef Glazed with Miso-Butter.

Located on the site of the former Stardust Resort and Casino, which closed in 2007 and was followed Boyd Gaming’s abortive Echelon Place project, Resorts World Las Vegas is the first brand new resort to have been constructed ground-up in the city in almost ten years. It features restaurants like Brezza, Genting Palace, Kusa Nori, ¡Viva!, and FUHU Bar & Restaurant, with several more fine dining experiences expected to open soon.

In its location at Resorts World, Caviar Bar will be found across from Carversteak, another highly-anticipated restaurant soon to open at the new resort.

Photo: Official
Photo: Official

Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney is a freelance writer. He has received an MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and his work has been published in the Masters Review. He lives in Nashville, TN, where he spends his free time cooking Korean food and studying chess.
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