Night owls find great tastes at Nobu Lounge.
Late-night munchies never tasted so good. Nobu Lounge at Caesars Palace now offers an exclusive fine-dining menu featuring a number of small plates that are only available for two hours after the restaurant’s main room closes. “This is perfect for anyone who wants something unique and elevated late at night,” says general manager Bryan Shinohara. Most plates range between $12 and $18. This includes lobster ceviche, umami chicken wings, and a Wagyu beef “Takumi” slider topped with foie gras and truffle aioli.
The cocktail menu is just as unique. It’s jammed with sake and handcrafted libations, like the Cracked Basil—a mix of Nobu soju, Grand Marnier, basil and yuzu juice.
So whether it’s a small bite before the club or a nightcap after a show, Shinohara says, “You can still have an amazing, elegant top-level dinner before you hit the town. This menu will turn a Nobu first-timer into a Nobu lifer.”
Hours: Sunday–Thursday, 11 p.m.–1 a.m.
and Friday–Saturday, midnight–2 a.m.