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Alize at the top of the Palms offers an incredible dining experience. With 16-foot ceilings and a 280-degree view of the Las Vegas Strip, there's no restaurant like it in Las Vegas. And that's not even taking into account the spectacular creations of Chef Rochat. If you're curious about some of the details that can make your dining experience an even more pleasurable one, please read on.

    
    Reservations
Reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling (702) 951-7000 or online by clicking here. The restaurant opens its books for reservations one year in advance, but you needn't book yours that early. It really depends on the convention timing in Las Vegas. If there's a convention in town when you're there, plan on booking at least a month in advance. If there isn't, a week should suffice. Either way, you're best to book as far in advance as you can in order to secure a window seat.

Seating
Seating at Alize is very cleverly designed. Every seat enjoys a spectacular view. Giving every diner a view was an enormous design challenge, but Chef Rochat solved it by putting one of his three wine cellars in the center of the dining room. People wouldn't want to sit in the middle of the room without a decent view, and the restaurant needed a wine cellar, so the perfect solution was one that preserved the view at the same time that it maximized wine storage. Tables are well spaced and the chairs are luxurious. Incidentally, Chef Rochat had another great idea: Instead of a foot stool for ladies' purses; he installed a shelf for them in the bottom of each chair. This way, neither servers nor diners knock into the foot stool. What a great concept!

Atmosphere
Alize is home to a beautifully elegant dining experience. With 280-degree views of the Las Vegas Strip, the restaurant provides a show like no other. Service is completely seamless and servers are more than willing to please their guests; you can ask them anything about the menu and they'll have a more-than-fantastic answer for you. Because tables are elegantly spaced, you feel the only person you're dining with is your dining companion. As such, you're not at the mercy of your neighbor's conversation; you needn't hear how much they won or lost at the tables that day. This is a restaurant that was created for its elegant appeal. It's not attempting to squeeze too much into its experience, like many restaurants of its caliber, which often do so at the expense of their service. Instead, this restaurant is about perfectly proportioned sophistication, as it provides its guests with the ultimate Vegas dining experience. The real star here, though, is Chef Andre Rochat, who is well known for introducing fine dining and gastronomic delights to the Las Vegas scene. He's always in the kitchen creating epicurean delicacies for you. You can't ask for more than that. The view, the elegant tables, the exquisite service and the exceptional meal - altogether, Alize is a one-of-a-kind package that can't be replicated. It's a true diamond (if not four!) in the center of Las Vegas. Perfection has a name, and it's Alize.

Restrooms
There are easily accessible restrooms in the restaurant.

   
     
    
Dress Code
Alize believes that the attire one wears in a restaurant shows respect for one's fellow diners. The restaurant therefore requests resort-evening casual. Jackets and ties are not required for gentlemen. Inappropriate casual clothing, however, is not acceptable; this includes jeans, jogging suits, shorts, tennis or sports-type shoes, T-shirts, tank tops, etc. Ladies are expected to wear considerate apparel, as well. The restaurant does not set standards; it just offers guidelines.

Parking
Complimentary valet parking is available at the hotel, as are multiple cabs. If you're ending your meal at the same time that a concert is letting out, however, you might want to allow a little longer to get your car or enlist a taxi.

Awards
Since Alize has opened, the restaurant has continually been honored with countless awards and accolades. Here are a few of the many honors Alize has achieved: Michelin Star 2008; Condé Nast Traveler Magazine, one of the top tables in the world, 2003; AAA, Four Diamond Award, 2007; Las Vegas Review Journal, Best of Las Vegas, 2006; Distinguished Restaurants of North America (DiRoNa), 2005; Las Vegas Review Journal, Top 10 Restaurants, 2004; Las Vegas Life Magazine, Epicurean Awards, 2004; Las Vegas Review Journal, Best of Las Vegas, 2003; Las Vegas Review Journal, Best of Las Vegas, 2002; Las Vegas Life Magazine, Epicurean Awards, 2002; VegasHotSpots.com, Best Dinner with a View, 2002.

*Please note that the restaurants featured at TravelsinTaste.com may have changed their personnel, menu, pricing, decor, hours of operation, etc., since our last visit. The competitive and creative nature of the fine dining scene virtually assures that changes will occur on a frequent basis in order to make diners happier, meals more pleasurable and visits more frequent. Given their frequent fluctuations, most restaurants welcome inquiries about their current hours, menu and more.

   
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