A Photo Tour Of Nobu Restaurant At Caesars Palace
A sampling of the newly opened Nobu Restaurant at Caesars Palace and the room service menu of its sister Nobu Hotel has left us craving more. And, while we've explored the world's first Nobu Hotel in-depth (see the links on the right-hand side of your screen), we haven't toured you around the restaurant yet.
At 12,775 square feet, it now becomes the biggest Nobu resto in the world. A layered design by David Rockwell captures your attention almost as much as the food on your plate, from the textured grey stone on the floor and airy, floating pendants of light to the use of colorful prints and woven basket-like pods.
Check the photo gallery for our seven of our favorite vignettes from the snapshots we captured during a media preview.
Nobu Restaurant seats just over 300. The bar accommodates 15, but additional seating can be found in the lounge that borders Nobu Way. Service is offered Sunday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to midnight. The lounge is open until 1 a.m. on weekdays and 2 a.m. on weekends.
Of course, you can Nobu when you want to by booking a room at the adjacent Nobu Hotel which offers a 24/7 Nobu room service menu.