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A NYC Italian Hotspot Makes Its Way to Vegas

The masterminds behind the beloved NYC restaurant Carbone are bringing their talents to the Vegas strip

The New York City power-dining spot Carbone, a haven for marinara-drenched bliss, is serving seconds, bringing its glorious pastas and colossal veal parm to Aria. Like the original Greenwich Village outpost from partners Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick, the Vegas Carbone is simultaneously of-the-moment and classic. “Vegas has always felt like an appropriate and exciting home for Carbone,” says Zalaznick. “The midcentury style of Italian-American food and service that we celebrate in New York has always been welcome in Vegas as well.”

Mario Carbone, Jeff Zalaznick, and Rich Torrisi

Mario Carbone, Jeff Zalaznick, and Rich Torrisi

But the Aria restaurant, spanning almost 10,000 square feet, is bigger than the New York eatery and has a design influenced by the rich history of Vegas’ Rat Pack era. “This is not a replica,” chef Mario Carbone says. “It evokes the soul of Carbone and the food of Carbone, but this is a Carbone that is built for Las Vegas.”

3730 Las Vegas Boulevard South; aria.com

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