Vanderpump Cocktail Garden opens at Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino has opened Vanderpump Cocktail Garden from restaurateur Lisa Vanderpump.

With design inspiration from the restaurateur herself, her husband Ken Todd and designer Nick Alain, the space has an indoor patio with an al fresco-style garden with 16-foot olive trees and romantic lighting fixtures. The restaurant also has a lounge that fuses natural elements with industrial décor. The space has plush seating throughout.

Vanderpump joins Caesars Palace's lineup of celebrity restaurants including Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen, Restaurant Guy Savoy, Pronto by Giada, Bobby Flay's Mesa Grill and Mr. Chow.

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The 85-acre Caesars Palace has 3,980 guestrooms and suites, including the new Palace Tower with 10 new villas, the 182-room Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace and Forbes Star Award-winning The Laurel Collection by Caesars Palace.

Aside from the dining venues, the resort also has nearly 130,000 square feet of casino space, including a recently renovated race and sports book with the largest screen on the Strip at 138 feet, a five-acre Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, the Qua Baths & Spa, Color Salon by celebrity hairstylist Michael Boychuck, five wedding chapels and gardens, and the 75,000-square-foot Omnia Nightclub.

Photo credit: Caesars Entertainment

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