September 13, 2008
By Richard Ouzounian
Strip’s newest resort boasts 16 eateries, spa and spectacular shops
TABLE 10 (702-607-6363): Back in 1990 in New Orleans, when Emeril Lagasse opened his first restaurant, the staff would gather every morning and evening at Table 10 to discuss their hopes and dreams.
When The Palazzo asked Emeril to open a new restaurant there, he named it Table 10 so that, as Chef
This place crackles with the energy of a fine Cajun bistro, but there’s also an infusion of ingredients and impulses from around the world that keep things zapping.
Crab Remoulade Salad is done perfectly, a reminder that tradition is still being respected, but Lobster Pot Pie opens the doors to something that is wonderfully non-bayou, but still superb.
Like everything else at The Palazzo, Table 10 says “Bam!”, but it says it in its own understated way.