A swanky dinner & drinks spot with a 1920s vibe, classic cocktails & an American menu
You may have heard: We're in a new Roaring '20s. And while the best speakeasy bars in Las Vegas offer Prohibition-era style in small doses, old-school supper clubs are also having a moment. Just walking into Delilah is an experience all by itself, with the scene unfolding like a Martin Scorsese exposition shot. Guests enter through a bar and lounge that overlooks the main dining room, soaking in art deco extravagance before being led downstairs. It's almost like dining on a movie set with a stage for live entertainment, but executive chef Joshua Smith's food seals in the authenticity. Keep the phone in your pocket and respect the no-camera/no-social-media policy. Much like the venue itself, the menu is an exercise in indulgence with the best in prime steaks, seafood, and caviar. Even the elevated spin on "Fish and Chips" (potato-crusted dover sole) is $74. The Wagyu Beef Wellington, sliced tableside for two, is the showcase piece, but you'll find small doses of joy in the carrot side dish, presented in a souffle so sweet, it could almost be dessert.
One of the hottest restaurants in Vegas is mixing things up for Christmas. Guests can order from the regular menu as well as a trio of holiday specials: Chestnut Veloute with brioche, foie gras, and huckleberry; Roasted Rack of Colorado Lamb with apricot, black olive, and celeriac; and Santa's Hat, a coconut and raspberry tart with marshmallow and raspberry sorbet. Don't be surprised to see the supper club's live entertainers dig into some holiday classics on stage.
Cost: Prices vary.
How to book: Call 702-770-3300 to inquire about reservations.