Chef Guy Savoy Celebrates 15 Years in Las Vegas
By Grace Bascos
Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment
Las Vegas underwent a culinary transformation in 2006, and renowned French chef Guy Savoy was at the forefront of this revolution. Wanting to shed its reputation for discount buffets and steak dinners, the city doubled down on fine dining, so it only made sense that the French would lead the way. Savoy made his mark by opening an outpost of his famed Paris flagship, Restaurant Guy Savoy, at Caesars Palace.
He was all in.
“I am not a ‘one shot’ kind of man,” Savoy says. “I was hoping for a long and fruitful endeavor.” After 15 years on the Strip, Savoy’s restaurant has grown along with the city yet maintained
the same level of excellence in service and cuisine as the original, as evidenced by the many stars and accolades he’s accumulated along the way. Guy Savoy Paris has been awarded “Best Restaurant in the World” by La Liste since 2016, and Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace has received the highest ranking of any Las Vegas restaurant.
In addition to Restaurant Guy Savoy, he has two locations of his fast-casual eatery, Brioche by Guy Savoy—one at Caesars Palace and another at Paris Las Vegas.
“The recipes may have evolved,” Savoy continues, “but the atmosphere in the dining room and the team spirit in the kitchen remain unchanged.”
Restaurant Guy Savoy
Monday – Tuesday closed
Wednesday – Sunday 5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.