With video installations, outdoor art marquee, wall murals and other new media elements turn The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas into what, depending on your perspective, could be a resort with art or an art gallery with a casino.
You won’t find any stuffy, gloved-waiter haute-cuisine restaurants at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. You won’t find any restaurants by chefs who became household names by dint of their TV cooking shows. What you will find is restaurants designed to appeal to the “curious class,” as Chief Executive Officer John Unwin describes his target market.
It’s the immersive atmosphere The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas strives for as a whole. And the new casino’s major tenant, Marquee nightclub, lays claim to 62,000 square feet of the fun.
It’s easy to get right to the pointe in “Black Swan.”
Banh mi get off to a good start because the bread used to make them — especially as they’re made at Hue Thai, on Spring Mountain Road in Las Vegas — is the perfect launching pad.