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Comfort Zone
Bradley Ogden is a little piece of California outpost on the Las Vegas Strip. And while you might think that because so many Californians visit Vegas that this restaurant will be less than full, think again. This restaurant is packed pretty much all of the time, although with its largess, it still allows walk-ins. If you want to gain some tips in order to figure out how to best enjoy the dining experience at Bradley Ogden, please read on.

    
    Reservations
Reservations are strongly recommended, though walk-ins are accepted. You need to give a credit card or Harrods reward card in order to secure a reservation.

Seating
There are multiple options for seating at Bradley Ogden, including comfy cozy chairs, booths and circular banquettes. Space between tables is ample, and if you're in for a more lively evening you can even have dinner in the lounge.

Atmosphere
Music plays throughout the Bradley Ogden dining room. The room can get somewhat noisy, but it's more boisterous and fun than irritating. It's not the place for a quiet romantic dinner, due to the constant buzz of dinner conversation, though it is certainly the place for a great fun meal. The noise from outside the casino is kept at bay by the restaurant's soundproof windows. The bar and lounge are attached to the restaurant and provide for a great place to grab a drink before or after dinner. Tables are large and both armless chairs and banquettes are completely comfortable. While the lighting is more romantic and soft lighting, like one would have at home in the living room when entertaining guests, it is completely easy to read the menu; no LCD flashlights need apply. Separate booths are available. Service could not be nicer, as staff is happy to explain any and every aspect of the menu and its fresh ingredients, frequently checking on your every need.

Restrooms
The restrooms are comfortable and on the same level and inside the restaurant. Worth noticing is that on the way to the restroom, Bradley Ogden's famous Caesar salad recipe, along with his recipe for parmesan croutons, is handwritten, signed and framed on the wall. It provides a little bit of knowledge upon leaving the table, an unexpected pleasure.

   
     
    
Dress Code
The dress code is business casual.

Parking
The hotel has complimentary valet parking.

Awards
Bradley Ogden and Michael Dellar, his partner in Lark Creek Restaurant Group have won multiple awards. Among them:

Bradley Ogden Las Vegas: Bradley Ogden at Caesar's Palace is the first Las Vegas restaurant to be given the prestigious "Best New Restaurant 2004" award by the James Beard Foundation; Bradley Ogden also has received a Mobil Four Star award. Ogden and Dellar: Where Magazine, "Lifetime Achievement Award Nominee, 2003," awarded to Michael Dellar; Culinary Institute of America, "Master of the Aesthetics of Hospitality," awarded to Bradley Ogden, 2001; Culinary Institute of America, "Chef of the Year," awarded to Bradley Ogden, 2000; IFMA, "Silver Plate Award" in the Independent Restaurant category, presented to Bradley Ogden, 1998; Unipro Cully Hall of Fame, "Lifetime Achievement Award," presented to Bradley Ogden, 1998; California Heritage Museum International Chef Walk, Bradley Ogden chosen as one of 10 chefs for the "Walk of Fame," 1998; ADL, "Restaurant Industry Achievement Award," presented to Michael Dellar, 1994; James Beard Foundation, Bradley Ogden named "Best California Chef," 1993; American Academy of Achievement, "Golden Plate Award," presented to Bradley Ogden; Cooks Magazine, Bradley Ogden inducted into "Who’s Who of American Cooking"; International Wine and Food Society, Bradley Ogden chosen as one of the "Great American Chefs." Also the Californial Culinary Academy, "Star Chef of the Year," was awarded to Bradley Ogden, 2004.

While we might have missed a few, these chefs' many awards and distinctions should give one a great idea of the quality of the experience to expect at Bradley Ogden.

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