Why Allegro Should Be Your Go-To After a Wild Night in Las Vegas

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We’ve all been there before, you finish a wild night out in Las Vegas and all you want next is an equally epic meal to cap off the night. Why settle for standard diner food or a lonely slice of pizza, when you can opt for a world-class meal. That’s exactly what makes Allegro at Wynn Las Vegas such an appealing option. Celebrated chef Enzo Febbraro has put together a gourmet menu featuring classic Italian dishes that utilize only the freshest ingredients and best of all, you can dine here until 6:00 a.m.

You’ll be drawn in by Allegro’s sophisticated red interior and the open kitchen concept allows you to see first-hand how each dish is expertly prepared. Chef Febbraro is a Neapolitan by birth and his menu certainly reflects his Italian heritage. Of course the pasta options are to die for here with dishes like baked penne, chicken milanese and roasted branzino piccata. If you’re coming late night, you must try the calamarata “mac & cheese” which pairs succulent Maine lobster with pasta rings, black truffles, a thick cheddar alfredo sauce and topped with crispy breadcrumbs. Seafood lovers, you definitely need to try the calamarata dish, which is a flavorful stew of monkfish and fresh lobster, which is certainly something you won’t find available at many places in Sin City. Carnivores will salivate over the 19 oz. grilled ribeye which is a popular choice here and comes served with arugula, fresh tomatoes, red onions and zesty balsamic vinaigrette. If you’re really craving pizza, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better pie at a full service restaurant in Las Vegas. These wood stone pizzas are simple yet so flavorful and the crust is made to perfection. All the standards are here, but for something different, give the bosco a try as it comes with roasted mushroom puree, fresh ricotta cheese and a rich white truffle oil.

All of the restaurants at Wynn Las Vegas have plentiful vegan options and Allegro is no different. There’s the vegan pizza of course, but for something a little more hearty and decadent, we recommend the organic ancient grain penne. This flavorful dish comes with plenty of extra virgin olive oil, ripe cherry tomatoes, zucchini, asparagus and topped with fresh basil that will appeal to both vegans and carnivores alike. No matter what gourmet dish you ultimately decide on at Allegro, you will be treated to an authentic Italian meal that you won’t soon forget.

After your next big night out in Sin City, when you’re craving something to eat after hours, skip the usual late night diner options and head to the Allegro at the Wynn for a post-party meal you won’t regret in the morning.

Allegro at Wynn Las Vegas
3131 South Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 770-2040

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