Wynn Las Vegas and acclaimed global hospitality partner h.wood Group present a modern-day supper club, Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas. Located in the exclusive Tower Suites enclave, Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas offers a true supper club atmosphere, inspired by the earliest showrooms of Las Vegas in the 1950s. The venue has multiple environments for guests to dine and socialize, with live music and special performances, DJs and Sunday Night Jazz.
For ladies, the attire is elegant & dressy. For gentlemen, the attire is collared shirts or polos. Shorts, sports apparel, tank tops and open-toe shoes are not permitted.
No children under twelve (12) please.
After 7 pm, 21 and over only.
"Moderne décor harkens back to Hollywood’s golden era. Plush banquettes are softly illuminated by dripping chandeliers, globe lanterns and candlelight, creating a romantic, Gatsby-esque vibe."
When did Joshua Smith know he wanted to be the executive chef at Delilah, Wynn's ultra-glamorous supper club? The same moment he was introduced to the space. "With my first look at the room, I thought, I really want this job," he remembers. "And it wasn't only because Todd-Avery Lenahan's design is so incredible; I could just tell this was going to be an incredibly popular restaurant."
Delilah is indeed the hot reservation in Las Vegas, sought after for its seamless blend of elegant surroundings and entertainment with Smith's eclectic menu. Each evening guests indulge in everything from caviar and fois gras to beef wellington sliced tableside, broiled lobster, or glazed short ribs paired with dayboat scallops — as well as the famed chicken tenders also served at Delilah's Los Angeles location.
"Everything about the chicken tenders is made from scratch, from the Jidori organic chicken to the ranch dressing and barbecue sauce," Smith notes. "People might be skeptical, but they make sense here: This is a dramatic space that's also playful, like the best clubs should be. And Delilah is very much like a private club with the best guests in town."
To create Delilah Las Vegas, one of Las Vegas’ most beautiful restaurants, Todd Avery-Lenahan, Wynn’s president of Wynn Design and Development, drew reference from showrooms of the bygone era. He data-mined old photos from the Strip to pick up nuances and details.
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