Not to be missed!. Although I have dined at, and enjoyed, some of Ogden's restaurants in the Bay Area, Bradley Ogden at Caesar's outshines them all. The dining room is simple and elegant and the service is excellent; a lengthy Napa-concentrated wine list is presented that is remarkable in its depth and variety. Two of my trips to the restaurant were solo, so I ended up dining at the bar and was served by engaging and friendly bartenders. On both of those occasions, after asking for a wine recommendation, I was offered several tastes, even of the same varietal, before making a decision. The several entrees I have enjoyed there have all been oustanding and each is something to be savored; among the appetizers, the Caesar salad and blue cheese souffle have been fantastic. Any dining experience there is going to be somewhat pricey, but I can wholeheartedly say that it is well worth it ? definitely a great culinary experience. All of my trips to Las Vegas will continue to include an evening at Bradley Ogden.
Food that melts in your mouth like butter.. We checked with the Cheesecake Factory earlier that day and they said no problem for the seating of 12. Of course when we show up they say 3 hours!!! So I told them we were leaving and they wanted to seat us right away. I said "No thanks." My husbands sister, said " We found this place in the hotel that is not busy and it is just a little more than Cheescake Factory. Well, when you walk in and the waitstaff are wearing suits, you begin to realize it is much, much more. Well, we were trying to keep the bill down and we spent about $70 or so. Beware, no free refills on soda. And my husband got an appetizer. However, The food was the best I have ever tasted in my entire life. The chicken I had literally melted like butter in my mouth with a flavor to die for. Everyone, raved about their individual dishes. So I would reccomend this restaurant, if you have a few bucks to drop. But, hey if your in Vegas, that's probably why your there anyway, right? So enjoy your meal there, and forget the Cheescake Factory. (They are rude) Yummy, I am salivating thinking about it right now. Makes me want to fly back just to eat there. The award goes to..........Bradley Ogden!!! Exclamation point....
Good fine food. I was not disspointed with the experience. The food was outstanding, the wine was good, the service was pleasant but not welcoming. We were seated at the table place on the heavy traffic area even though 70% table were empty. Overall I would still give average review because there was nothing especial to make me come back.
Nothing really special. Other than the burger with blue cheese, I was not that impressed with Bradley Ogden. For the prices, there are definitely better places to try in Vegas. The meals here are pretty dependably good but nothing amazing.
I agree: overpriced, but I guess that's Vegas, Baby. Go to this place if you have no objections over $65 lobster risotto. It's rice, people. The foie gras appetizer was a work of art, literally, as they sometimes serve it on a dish shaped like an artist's palette. Their blue cheese souffle had the circumference of a quarter, probably not for the big eaters.
Food that you don't see everywhere.. The food was outstanding. Great place to grab a quick bite to eat before or after the show, and a great place to have a tasting menu. If you sit in the lounge you must try their burger, can't say that I've had a better one in Vegas. Dinner menu consists of items you won't see everyday. I would recommend it to all my friends.
Overpriced. I went here excpecting an amazing meal. It could have been an off night but we all had to send our food back. It was over salty and over cooked. The manager came to apologize, and was friendly about it, however our food quality didn't approve. The watiers spilled our wine on the table. Again apologized, however it wasnt' the fine dining experience we had hoped for.
Diners enjoy sophisticated design and food fresh from the farm at this creative restaurant..
Sleek and modern, the decor features stone-tiled walls, complemented by polished cement floors and dark wood ceiling beams.The exterior features a faux patio, with torch-like light fixtures and a waterfall cascading down steel ledges. Each dish on the rotating American menu is prepared expertly by Ogden using carefully selected ingredients. Offerings include meat and seafood dishes, such as the oak-grilled rib eye with arugula, potatoes and a merlot sauce.
great lounge. . .ok dinner. I have been to Ogden 2x in the last 2 years. The first time my hubby and I sat down for a proper late night meal and the food was good but not outstanding. The service, however, was SUPERIOR!!!! (This to me is huge!) The second time was this weekend. I went with friends and we lounged in the bar area sipping beautiful wine and noshing on some appetizers. The second time was great and I am sure I will be back....the fish and chips bar app was really quite to die for!
User review by rpaskyiii. A very disappointing experience. The service was good, but the food was less than anticipated.
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