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BARDOT Brasserie
A nod to the Parisian café lifestyle, BARDOT Brasserie is reminiscent of the bistros and brasseries that decorate the city.  BARDOT will offer guests a place to start the evening, celebrate with cocktails, revel in a meal with friends and enjoy long lively weekend brunches.
ARIA Resort & Casino         
3730 Las Vegas Blvd.                     
Las Vegas, NV 89158
OPENING DATE                                
January 16, 2015
Dinner – Daily: 5:30p.m. – 10:30p.m.
Brunch – Saturday & Sunday: 9:30a.m. -  2:30p.m.
MANAGING CHEF                              
Michael Mina
EXECUTIVE CHEF                               
Joshua Smith
GENERAL MANAGER                         
Roberto Liendo
Classic French Brasserie
The cuisine at BARDOT will embrace the culture and feeling of dining at a Parisian café with the focus and detail of a modern craft kitchen. Burgundian Escargot wrapped in puff pastry shells, a French Onion Soup with Périgord truffle and braised oxtail, and foie gras and duck sausage are features on a menu designed with a reverent approach to a classical yet energetic dining experience. 
BEVERAGE PROGRAM                       
A tip of its hat to the eclectic bars throughout the Parisian districts, the cocktail program offers twists on classics such as the Sidecar from Harry’s Bar and the Serendipity from Bar Hemingway. The selection of spirits will be concise but well curated.  With a focus on Cognacs and Armagnac’s as well as the largest vintage Chartreuse list in Las Vegas, the spirits connoisseur will be pleasantly surprised. From independent bottling of defunct scotch distilleries to highly allocated bourbons, Bardot’s selection will define refinement and maturity. Just as much care and attention is taken in crafting the beer selections including “Hors D’Age” a proprietary offering for Bardot from Stillwater Artisanal Ales brewed at Brasserie Thiriez near the Belgium border in France.  The wine program will feature a selection of smaller, lesser—known regions in France with verticals of great producers such as Mas de Daumas Gassac.  In addition, an array of French wines from the more familiar regions of Burgundy, Bordeaux, the Rhône, Alsace and the Loire will be available alongside selections from the New World made in styles reminiscent of their old world brethren.
MENU PRICES                                     
Appetizers $13 – $19                                                
À la Carte entrees from $23 - $42
CORKAGE FEE                                    
$35 per 750 ml bottle, there is a 2 bottle per party limit.
CREDIT CARDS                                   
All major credit cards accepted
WHEELCHAIR ACCESS                        
Business casual
Total – 206                           
Bar and Lounge – 89                 
PDR - 36
Designed by Bishop Pass, BARDOT is drenched in allure and anticipation where low lighting and dramatic shadows set the stage for an unforgettable brasserie experience. From the outside, a quaint French storefront reveals a well-appointed, zinc-topped bar, which stars as the centerpiece of the room.  Luxurious booths and banquettes, upholstered in rich burgundy leather, offer front row seats to a culinary show behind the glass-enclosed kitchen of Michael Mina’s lavish interpretation of a Parisian brasserie.
An ode to the 1920’s Jazz Age, The Playlist Generation has created a sonic identity inspired by Hemingway’s Paris and the Café lifestyle he and his “Lost Generation” compatriots immersed themselves in. Classic chanson, gypsy jazz and mussete of the time is paired with the contemporary artists and genres they inspired to perfectly match the energy of this lively brasserie.
PRIVATE EVENTS                                 
The restaurant is available for private events and buyouts. For more information contact Brenda Muneton at 702.590.8638 or
SOCIAL MEDIA                                   
Twitter & Instagram: @BARDOT_LV
ABOUT MINA GROUP                         
Mina Group Inc. is a San Francisco-based restaurant management company specializing in creating and operating upscale, innovative restaurant concepts.  Mina Group is led by Chef/Owner Michael Mina whose accolades include James Beard Foundation “Who’s Who of Food and Beverage” inductee in 2013, Bon Appétit Chef of the Year, Food Arts Silver Spoon Award Winner, San Francisco Magazine Chef of the Year, and International Food and Beverage Forum’s Restaurateur of the Year.  Operating since 2002, Mina Group currently manages 26 restaurant operations including MICHAEL MINA in San Francisco (Esquire Magazine’s Restaurant of the Year 2011); BOURBON STEAK and CLOCK BAR at The Westin St. Francis on Union Square in San Francisco; RN74 at Millennium Tower in San Francisco and RN74 at the Joshua Green Building in Seattle; PABU and THE RAMEN BAR at 101 California in San Francisco; BOURBON STEAK and BOURBON PUB at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara; STRIPSTEAK at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas; MICHAEL MINA Bellagio at Bellagio in Las Vegas; MICHAEL MINA 74 and STRIPSTEAK at Fontainebleau Miami Beach; LOCALE MARKET at Sundial St. Petersburg in Florida; and THE HANDLE BAR in Jackson Hole.  For a complete list of restaurants please visit
Mina is also the founder of The Michael Mina Wine Club. The wines are sourced from many of the same producers featured on wine lists in a number of the Michael Mina restaurants and offers two tiers of membership: Wines of Consequence and Hidden Gems. Both tiers include six bottles per shipment delivered every three months. For more information please visit
Follow Michael Mina on Facebook at Michael Mina, twitter @ChefMichaelMina and Instagram at ChefMichaelMina.

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