As the city of neon lights prepares to raise the curtain on a new culinary chapter, Wynn Las Vegas will serve as the stage for the grand premiere of Fiola Mare, a lavish Mediterranean seafood experience crafted by the legendary Chef Fabio Trabocchi. The illustrious culinary maestro, whose reputation precedes him with accolades including James Beard and Michelin distinctions, is set to transport the allure of Italy’s coastal fare to the heart of Sin City.

Trabocchi’s gastronomic vision, a tribute to the resplendent seascape of his homeland, has evolved into a sensation at its original outpost in Washington DC, enticing patrons with the siren call of its maritime delicacies. Fiola Mare’s canvas, drenched in the culinary ethos of Le Marche, embraces Trabocchi’s dream, harbored since his 2000 odyssey to the United States, to contribute to the legendary tapestry of Las Vegas dining. This dream finds harmony within the opulent embrace of Wynn Las Vegas, known for its steadfast devotion to exceptional hospitality.

The menu of Fiola Mare is poised to become a grand promenade of oceanic treasures, drawing from both the azure heart of the Mediterranean and the abundant coastal waters of the East and West Coasts of the US. Patrons will be treated to a dynamic selection, as a roaming seafood cart delivers the freshest daily catch, precisely tailored to the desires of the discerning palate.

As Fiola Mare ascends to its new abode, it shall inherit the picturesque backdrop previously graced by Lakeside, a restaurant which blossomed alongside the Wynn in 2005. Serving its final soiree in mid-July, Lakeside will bequeath its enchanting vistas of the Lake of Dreams to its eminent successor.

The culinary stage of Las Vegas witnesses not only entrances but also exits. For instance, the cherished Dynamite Korean Street Food and Sushi in Silverado Ranch, an off-Strip gem that ascended to TikTok stardom, dimmed its lights for the last time on July 7. Owner Steve Park bid an emotional farewell to his patrons, citing personal odysseys that have drawn him away from the helm of the eatoffering that sprung from familial dreams.

Amid the ever-shifting tides, the city’s culinary landscape continues to evolve. Tender Steakhouse at the Luxor is currently in metamorphosis, cocooned within the sanctuary of a private events space as it awaits its rebirth, half-transformed. Simultaneously, Sugarcane at The Venetian retreats behind the veil for a period of rejuvenation, teasing patrons with the promise of an August debut.

A new culinary dawn is also on the horizon at 3900 Paradise Road, where Bramàre stokes the flames of anticipation. Its Italian name resonating with the very essence of “to crave,” this newborn Italian venue, helmed by the gastronomic duo Evan Glusman and Constantin Alexander, is set to make its grand entrance on July 12.

For those seeking to quench their thirst on a more lighthearted note, Sunright Tea Studio is about to sprinkle its boba magic on Summerlin’s 10217 W. Charleston Blvd. With two existing locations casting spells over Las Vegas, Sunright’s potion of tea is brewed for yet another tale in this city of ceaseless discoveries.

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