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Pinot Brasserie provides a lovely bistro feel right on the Strip in Las Vegas. Whether it's onion soup you crave, or simply mussels, this is your place! That said, there aren't many authentic French bistros on the Strip; so, if you'd like to maximize your enjoyment of the dining experience at this rare French gem, please read on!

Reservations
Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling the restaurant directly or on OpenTable.com.

Seating
Seating at Pinot Brasserie is generous, as most chairs are approximately 18 inches wide for maximum comfort. In the Left and Right Bank, seats are high-backed and made of dark wood with burgundy leather that's framed in nail heads. In the main dining room, meanwhile, chairs are low-backed with arms, again with burgundy leather. Burgundy leather banquettes align the walls of the alcoves in the main dining room and are also strategically placed throughout the rest of the dining room. The bar area has incredibly comfortable high-backed chairs that are completely upholstered in burgundy leather with the continuing nail head theme, whereas the outdoor cafe has lower-backed red and white woven chairs made of light wood.

Atmosphere
Each of the rooms at Pinot Brasserie has a different yet very pleasing atmosphere. If you want the most private, you'll opt for the Right Bank, which seats about 16. If you'd like privacy, but have a larger party, then the Left Bank is for you. The main dining room has semiprivate alcoves, but if you simply want to sit casually and enjoy talking with your neighbor then the bar area is for you! In all areas, tables are generously spaced, with more than enough room between you and your neighbor. Tables for four are also generous at 41 inches square. Light music plays throughout. All rooms are mood lit, which emphasizes the authentic French decor without detracting from the dining experience.

Restrooms
The restrooms are in the restaurant and on the same level as the dining room.

   
     
    
Dress Code
The dress code is business casual.

Parking
Gratis valet parking is available at the Venetian, or you can simply take a cab and not worry about parking.

Awards
Awards for Pinot Brasserie and Joachim Splichal include: Four A Rating in the Las Vegas Review Journal "Restaurant Review," Wine Spectator Best of Best Award Winning Wine List, The James Beard Foundation's Who's Who of Food & Beverage in America, "Restaurateur of the Year" by the California Restaurant Writers Association in 1997, "Restaurateur of the Year" by the Southern California Restaurant Writers in 1999, "Restaurateur of the Year" by Bon Appetit/Food Network American Food & Entertaining Awards in 2002, Named "Legendary Chef" by Bon Appetit, Nation's Top 50 Culinarians by Nation's Restaurant News,<

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