Brasserie B by Bobby Flay to open at Caesars Palace

While the Bacchanal Buffet might be a food lovers’ dream indulgence, Caesars Palace has a plethora of dining options. With celebrity chefs driving many of the offerings, it is more than just a name on the marquee. With the new Brasserie B by Bobby Flay, diners will step into the Parisian experience without having to take out their passport.

Bobby Flay has been collaborating with Caesars Entertainment for almost two decades. From his Burger Bar to the Amalfi restaurant at Caesars Palace, the popular chef and restauranteur shows his culinary range with his menu. From fresh fish and vibrant flavors from Italy to the robust burgers that combine flavors and textures, Flay’s food offerings can satisfy any craving.

With the new Brasserie B by Bobby Flay, this dining destination will offer French cuisines with a slant. While the ambiance will feel Parisian in look and design, the menu will evolve beyond Mother Sauces and traditional fare.

As Bobby Flay commented, “the food will be a mix of brasserie staples and, of course, some flavor surprises I’ve become known for over the years.” Caesars suggested that the menu will feature unique raw bar selections, classic frites and a varied selection of starters, entrees, and desserts.

The new restaurant will open in the former Old Homestead space. Thinking about this particular addition, it seems to show an evolution taking over Caesars Palace dining options. While there is an air of sophistication, there seems to be an expectation of an immersive space. While not necessarily themed dining, it is about blending ambiance and the food menu to whisk diners away into an experience.

Looking at other recently opened Caesars Palace food options, they reflect that experiential approach. Stanton Social Prime with its over the top steaks, creative plating, and whimsical dessert have a clear vibe. As the dining experiences continue to expand, guests have the variety to have unique experiences at every turn.

While the celebrity chef connection draws many people’s interest, it is more than just a name on a marquee. The food needs to reflect authenticity. Guests do not go to a Guy Fieri restaurant expecting a miniscule plate of food. Nor do guests go to Guy Savory wanting to order fried chicken. For this brasserie to have fully booked tables, it needs to deliver what it promises, a nod to tradition with modernity.

The Brasserie B by Bobby Flay is set to open later in 2023. It will replace Old Homestead restaurant, near Montecristo Cigar Bar and Nobu Hotel and Restaurant & Lounge.