Lisa Vanderpump Opens Paris-Themed Restaurant In Las Vegas

Lisa Vanderpump might have had trouble with her L.A. restaurants, but things seem to be looking up in other parts of the country. The Vanderpump Rules star and restauranteur has 36 establishments with husband Ken Todd. Including one already established in Las Vegas, named Vanderpump Cocktail Garden. Now they are adding one more to their Vegas portfolio!

As reported by People, Lisa and Todd just opened up a new Paris-themed restaurant. The eatery, appropriately named Vanderpump à Paris, is located at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino. The press release notes that diners can experience a piece of Paris with its “delicious dishes, whimsical cocktails, and a lush atmosphere.”

LVP and her design partner, Nick Alain, were inspired by Lisa’s life in France. Lisa and Todd lived there for almost 10 years. Said Lisa, “We had such an incredible time living in France for close to 10 years, so we are inextricably tied to the country.” Lisa added of the restaurant’s vibe, “You’ll find our love for French wine, delicious French food, and our fascination with French culture peppered throughout Vanderpump à Paris.”

 

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Lisa fashioned the spot after an old Parisian courtyard, complete with flowers and elegant greenery. Each piece is located throughout the restaurant in various seating areas, giving it an ethereal feel. There are about 200 seats and they are embellished with velvet and oversized, fancy pillows.

The light fixtures and custom furniture area all from LVP and Nick’s design line, Vanderpump Alain. Long, white marble and iron bars adorn one wall, with crystal chandeliers on each end. Behind it is a large window that gives a look at the Eiffel Tower and the Seine River. Water flows down the glass as an added touch of whimsy. At the center of the restaurant, there is a gold cocktail chair with a water fountain.

 

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As for the menu, there are several cocktail and wine selections. Those drinks include sweet dessert drinks that pair with “reimagined Parisian classics” such as ratatouille frites, trio of tartares, and French onion mac and cheese. Yum!

The SVP and general manager of the new restaurant, Jason Gregorec, said that opening Vanderpump à Paris is “the beginning of a new chapter” for the hotel and casino. He said in the press release, “Lisa Vanderpump has created a one-of-a-kind destination, featuring decadent cocktails, Parisian- inspired bites and intentional design details for our guests to enjoy.

Lisa previously said of her food and drink businesses, “I’ve always had a passion for entertaining. I love that whole feeling of making guests feel special and creating a beautiful ambiance and that parlays through the whole space.”

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