Caesars Palace is part of Caesars Entertainment Corporation (formerly Harrah’s Entertainment from 1995 to 2010) that owns and operates over 50 casinos, hotels, and seven golf courses under several different brands. If you’ve visited Las Vegas a few times, you probably know Harrah’s, Bally’s, Flamino, Rio, Paris, and Planet Hollywood, just to name a few, are all sister properties of Caesars. Without a doubt, Caesars Palace is the most luxurious property among them all. However, when it comes to dinning, I have yet to be impressed until I met Bradley Ogden, the restaurant, that is. Thank god, there is actually descent food here!
We were staying at Caesars during our recent trip to Vegas. After checking out some reviews online, we decided to take a chance on Bradley Ogden. We walked by it all the time as it is located right on the casino floor. Our reservations was at 6:30pm on a Tuesday night. It was fairly empty and we were seated right away. However it took about 10 minutes before our server finally came to greet us. It felt a bit awkward and too formal. Honestly, I am not all that comfortable at restaurants where the server dresses in suits and acts like personal butler. Luckily as dinner went on, the atmosphere loosened up.
We both ordered iced tea as our drinks. Sometimes I get the feeling that the servers are disappointed when we tell them we don’t ‘drink’. It almost seems like they expect people who dine at a more upscale restaurant to always pair their meals with ‘fine’ wine. Maybe one day, I will learn to enjoy it, but for now,my alcohol consumption is limited to a few sips.
While we were waiting for our food, a bus boy came around to serve some warm bread. The muffin was so-so, as the dinner roll and sour dough bread.
3570 Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109