Making his Strip debut, Steve Martorano’s second Las Vegas location is now open at Paris Las Vegas. In typical Martorano fashion, the popular cook, DJ and cookbook author brings to the new location his signature dishes and his one-of-a-kind entertainment offerings with movies and music, making it a truly unique dining experience.

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Credit: Erik Kabik

Martorano’s at Paris Las Vegas features the classics as well as specialty menu items fans have come to know and love. Menu items include, the signature Eggplant Stack, “Macaroni” including Rigatoni Sunday Pork Gravy, Bucatini Carbonara, Veal Cutlet Martorano and his Famous Homemade Meatballs.

The cocktail menu features an array of classic and sweet cocktails, perfectly complimenting the signature dishes. The Yo Cuz!, named after Martorano’s well-known tagline, is a bold vodka martini adorned with black truffle stuffed olives. Also showcased are the Philadelphia staple Water Ice cocktails, available in cherry, watermelon, lemon or coconut flavors.

Martorano’s at Paris Las Vegas is not only a dining destination, but an entertainment destination as well. Several high-definition televisions can be found throughout the restaurant, showcasing famous scenes from Martorano’s favorite films.

Once the clock strikes 9 p.m., the party begins as the restaurant transforms into Martorano’s Supperclub. With the DJ booth and the state-of-the-art sound system pumping out anything from classic R&B, Disco and slow jams, to today’s Top 40s and Hip-Hop, the center of the restaurant quickly turns into a dance floor, perfect for cutting a rug. The nucleus of the restaurant lies just between the bar and the kitchen in the form of an elaborate Disco Ball chandelier, illuminating and reflecting the multicolored lighting system.

Located along the Le Boulevard portion of the property, Martorano’s features expansive seating areas, including patio dining, and a large elaborate central bar. Reminiscent of Martorano’s original location in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the sleek black and white décor is the perfect blend of modern with slight touches of the classics, including black and white tiled floor.

Martorano, known as the “Godfather of Italian American Cooking,” started his career as a D.J. and created the first restaurants with D.J. booths in the kitchen. He now blazes a new trail again; this time expanding his brand with his second Las Vegas location and first on the famed Strip. The Paris Las Vegas location is sure to be a celebrity favorite like its Rio sister, which has welcomed notables from the music and sports worlds and big and small screens.

Martorano’s Paris Las Vegas joins the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino location as well as Steve Martorano’s other restaurant locations in Atlantic City and Fort Lauderdale. Martorano’s Paris Las Vegas is open for dinner Sunday-Thursday 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., Friday and Saturday 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. For information or to make reservations, please call 702-946-4656.