Located in Venetian
3355 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas NV 89109 Detailed Map
Hours: Open for Lunch and Dinner
Famed Los Angeles celebrity chef and author, Joachim Splichal, an inductee into the James Beard Foundation
Who's Who of Food & Beverage in America in 1995, and voted "Restaurateur of the Year" by the Southern
California Restaurant Writers Association Inc. in 1999, and his entrepreneurial wife, Christine Splichal, of the
Patina Group, bring the lighter tastes of French cuisine to their Franco-California bistro, Pinot Brasserie. The
menu offers steak, poultry, pastas, seafood and wild game, complete with a large rotisserie and oyster bar.
Chef/Partner Octavio Beccara and Executive Chef Brian Bennington will be heading up the kitchen.
The wine list promises to be as extensive as the menu and will feature the best European and American
wineries. There will also be a wide variety of other liquors from grappa to single malt scotches and dessert wines
and ports to choose from.
Pinot Brasserie will be open for lunch and dinner in a rich, yet casual authentic French bistro setting. Most of the
décor and accoutrements were imported directly from France, including the wooden French door façade from a
hotel in Lyon, the copper pots, kitchen utensils, and Coq d'Or, the large weathered cast-iron rooster that stands
guard at the entry. The concept is to recreate an authentic urban brasserie featuring a rotisserie and oyster bar
and dining al fresco.
For every mood there is a setting and Pinot Brasserie, located in Restaurant Row on the Casino Level, will have
not only a main dining room, but West and East side private rooms, a fully stocked bar, casual outside dining,
and an oyster bar complete with rubber booted, approved waiters reminiscent of a true Parisian brasserie.