The sole Vegas outpost from chef Thomas Keller, this bright, airy bistro well removed from the casino hubbub serves polished French cooking that covers all the bases, from steak frites and onion soup to the Grand Plateau, a seafood tower loaded with oysters, shrimp, clams, mussels and crab. Don’t sleep through breakfast. Bouchon is the rare Strip restaurant that serves one during the week, as well as a crowd-pleasing weekend brunch that fills up quickly. It’s worth the wait for that basket of fresh pastries and the roasted chicken with bacon-chive waffle.
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