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You’ll Love the Luxury at the Glamorous Mayfair Restaurant

Get Ready. Prepare to transport yourself back in time. A time when casino fashion… actually existed, for starters. Tuxedos, bow ties, pocket squares, suspenders, corsets, and ornate hats dominated the Las Vegas scene (not all in one outfit, of course). Yes, the 1930’s ’40’s and 50’s … or what some consider the “Golden Era” of Las Vegas. You weren’t around then or at least weren’t old enough to enter a Supper Club during that time? Don’t worry. Now’s your chance to experience the glitz and excitement: Enter, the Mayfair Restaurant in the Bellagio Hotel.

Okay, But What Even is a Supper Club?

A supper club is a type of restaurant. But supper clubs can vary broadly. Overall, a supper club is a place where you should be able to spend your entire evening. You can have drinks, cocktails, appetizers, conversation. Then, have dinner, watch a show or enjoy entertainment of some kind, more socializing and dessert and more drinks. You get the picture!

The very first supper club in the USA was opened in my home state of California – Beverly Hills to be exact. After the prohibition ended, several establishments that were once speakeasy’s and prohibition roadhouses converted to supper clubs. Unfortunately, the original Beverly Hills supper club came to a tragic end in 1977, where the entire place went up in flames.

Costs, The Food and Menu

Let’s get this out of the way right now… the Mayfair Supper Club is anything but inexpensive. Think of it this way: you are paying for dinner and a show. Furthermore, a really fantastic show at that. So, if you kind of think about it like you’re purchasing show tickets and then buying marked up cuisine at said show, the math kind of works out.

The Mayfair Restaurant serves classic ‘American Fare.’ From ritzy shrimp cocktails to prime rib to Filet Mignon, there is a curated assortment of steakhouse and seafood fare to choose from.

I am one of those diners that has to look at the menu of the restaurant I’m dining at beforehand. In case you are too, here is what we had and my recommendations.

Fluffy, buttery Parker rolls at the Mayfair Restaurant
Look at these buttery, luscious Parker rolls
White bowl full of Truffle pasta on a white table cloth table
Their famous truffle pasta

First and foremost, have you ever seen fluffier, more enticing Parker rolls than these? I’ll wait.

Next, here is everything we ordered (all priced in $USD):

Truffle Pasta $16

King Salmon Entrée $47

Branzino Entrée $49

Conservatively, be prepared to shell out at least couple hundred dollars for two people, at least. Obviously, this can be adjusted by skipping appetizers, desserts and alcoholic beverages, especially.

King Salmon Entrée
Branzino Entrée

Tip: Get the truffle pasta – it’s as good as everyone says it is! Finally, you can view the complete Mayfair Restaurant menu: here.

But, Actually, Don’t Skip Dessert!

The Mayfair Supperclub has several desserts to choose from, but two of which are becoming their signature sweet courses:

Cherries Jubilee is flambéed table side and they do a good job of creating fan fare out of the presentation.

Their famous cherries jubilee!
Their infamous chocolate ‘cigar’

One of their most creative desserts is their chocolate cigar! Don’t worry folks, there’s no tobacco in this dish, just lots of chocolate. Both sweets are served in ashtrays, which is, of course, a cheeky nod to the era.

Tip: Here is the full dessert menu, here.

The Entertainment & Show

Honestly, the show is fabulous. Between the gregarious MC, the dancers, the beautiful singing, the costumes, the audience interaction… the entertainment did not disappoint.

We attended on a weeknight in December, and it was still a packed house. December is a busy month in Las Vegas, FYI. So, make sure to make reservations well in advance.

The sharply dressed bartender wished us a good night on our way out. His insider tip? If we were blown away by the weeknight show, he said the weekend show is even better. Honestly, this has sparked my curiosity because I thought what we experienced was great as it was!

Tip: I would not consider this show suitable for kids at all. In fact, be prepared as there is quite a bit of salacious humor and sultry burlesque. It is, however, mostly pretty tasteful. The atmosphere is kind of a hybrid between The Great Gatsby, LA Confidential and Burlesque.

Seating Requests and Suggestions

I honestly felt like we had the best seat in the house and was so excited about it. Here are my seating request suggestions:

If you are a party of two: request a two top booth facing the stage. There is a section that is all two seater tables facing the stage. It’s super comfortable, plush booth seating and the view of the show can’t any better. You’ll also see the Bellagio Fountains dancing all night in the background!

Group seating: there are really nice, plush booths in the back of the main showroom facing the stage, I recommend requesting these

If you are a party of 3-8 and plan on chatting or catching up a lot during the show, I recommend sitting in front of the Bellagio Fountains, the table near the window. It’s not facing the stage, but it’s also better to be in this area if you plan on doing a lot of talking.

Know Before You Go

For the full supper club experience, the Mayfair Restaurant is open 5:00pm – 10:00pm everyday of the week, and on Fridays and Saturdays, the supper club is open until 11:00pm.

I have not personally attended “Mayfair After Dark.” But, in case you’re wondering, it’s the more ‘clubby’ version of the Mayfair Supperclub experience. While the goal is to maintain a classy, seated atmosphere with upscale drinks and bites, there’s also the addition of a DJ and dance floor. This is from 11:00pm -1:00am, Friday and Saturday.

Do you have an American Express Platinum card? If you use your annual $200 Fine Hotel credit at the Bellagio, it includes a $100 food and beverage credit. Great news! This can be redeemed at the Mayfair supper club. Trust me, it’ll be refreshing to have $100 bucks taken off the top of your bill. As a Guest of the Bellagio Hotel, you can also charge your entire visit to your hotel room.

International travelers, don’t forget to factor in a tip for your total bill!

Each reservation is given a two hour time slot for their table. If you book a later reservation, this will likely not be brought up because there will be no reservation for the table after your party. This was the case during our visit and we stayed until the end of the show.

The Mayfair is a unique, fun, and worthwhile experience. It really doesn’t get anymore Las Vegas than this, folks. Have any questions? Drop them in the comments, below!

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