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Located inside the Palazzo Resort Hotel and Casino, Dal Toro is waiting for you below the hotel lobby; simply take the escalators down one flight from the Palazzo main entrance and there you’ll find the exterior of the restaurant, watched over by a hostess station outside behind which the Lamborghini logo adorns the wall. Although the restaurant is situated atop a flight of stairs, there is alternate wheelchair access for those who cannot climb it. Inside, the restaurant features a chic and contemporary design that combines dining with driving. Featuring both a Lamborghini showroom -- the gallery -- and a restaurant, it was designed by renowned Italian architect Paolo Cortese, whose work is as red hot and happening as the spectacular ruby-colored Murano glass chandeliers you'll see hanging from the ceiling. Several dining options are available to cater to your needs. The first you'll see upon entry, where there's a semicircular wine cellar encased in glass on the right; there is a table inside the wine cellar and one directly outside it for communal dining. There's also a bar/lounge area and a palatial patio, both covered and uncovered, as well as multiple tables and booths throughout the restaurant. All of the space is available for a partial or total buyout for diners and car aficionados that desire a truly unique Vegas experience.

Upon entering Dal Toro, you'll note first thing not only the enclosed wine cellar, but also the fun vibe that's immediately evident in the colorful striped ceilings in the entryway and in the decorated glass that separates the restaurant from the gallery. Past the wine cellar is the communal table, which is made of highly polished wood and seats about 16 on contemporary red and charcoal-colored armless Italian leather chairs. These -- all the furniture, in fact -- were custom designed for the venue. Pendant lighting in the shape of chrome balls provides illumination for the table. The communal table has a view right into the top floor of the gallery. Past it and to the right is the hot and happening bar area, which is decorated with splashy contemporary Italian details. To the left lies the restaurant. As previously mentioned, you'll note a line of ruby red Murano chandeliers here, showcased against a light charcoal ceiling and gorgeous hand-painted walls in sunset and golden hues. When your eyes return from the ceiling to the floor, you'll notice that the dining options are plentiful. There are highly polished wooden tables in both circular and square fashion throughout the dining room with red Italian leather armless chairs, as well as orange and red striped banquettes against the wall, some of which are backed with dark charcoal cushion seating, others with the same fanciful red and orange. Murano sconces also decorate the walls and large floor-to-ceiling arched windows and doors provide not only illumination, but also a view of and access to the palatial patio. Music plays continuously, reminding you to let your hair down, as this is going to be one entertaining experience!

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