Bobby Flay opens restaurant at Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Last weekend, Caesars Palace in Las Vegas opened the Amalfi by Bobby Flay restaurant. 

Designed by Olivia Jane Design & Interiors, Amalfi has a natural palette and touches of greenery blended with elements such as organic fabrics, stone, and wood materials to lend depth and a sense of history to the space. The restaurant has four distinct spaces meant to evoke a Mediterranean getaway. The 30-seat bar and 40-seat lounge area have a colorful limestone mosaic floor and teak wood beams. The grille/main dining room has heavily textured limestone walls and antique brass as it wraps to showcase the kitchen and ceilings with displays of wine from various regions throughout the Amalfi Coast. The market room evokes a seaside café, the marketplace has rustic tiled flooring and the private dining room (or fresco room) creates a private ambience.

At the official opening celebration, chef Bobby Flay was joined by Sean McBurney, regional president of Caesars Entertainment; Caesars' CEO Tom Reeg and President and COO Anthony Carano; and Flay's business partner Laurence Kretchmer. 

"Opening Amalfi at Caesars Palace has allowed me to showcase my passion for the Amalfi Coast and the fresh flavors the region is known for," Flay said. "Our team has created an incredible experience that brings everything I love about the Amalfi Coast to the Las Vegas Strip, from the various seating areas to the coastal cocktails, to the fresh fish market to all the seasonal flavors we are showcasing on the menu."