Las Vegas Magazine
August 5, 2011
By Brock Radke
Table 10 puts a new twist on Emeril’s legacy with creativity and solid cooking
Table 10 was named after a small table at Emeril Lagasse’s very first restaurant in New Orleans. It was at this table where early morning and late-night meetings were held, menus were created, and the foundations of an American culinary dynasty were formed. The name Table 10 encapsulates that excitement, and when this restaurant debuted with The Palazzo’s opening in 2008, it captured that spirit along with the big, bold flavors identified with this celebrity chef extraordinaire.
But there is much more to the man than just his “Bam!” Lagasse demonstrates flexibility with an amazing revamped menu at Table 10, anchored by farm-fresh ingredients and an eclectic mix of light, refreshing salads and hearty, satisfying entrées. Is this a kinder, friendlier Emeril? Well, he’s already pretty friendly. This is an impressive step in a modern direction, showing a bit of restraint at the right times and letting loose with that “Bam!” when it’s needed.
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