The Fontainebleau has been making a name for itself in Las Vegas as a place for those who seek the finer things out of life with excellent entertainment, restaurants, and spa experiences to be had since its recent opening. The Strip’s tallest resort will be where Ito, a sushi restaurant of New York fame, will have its second location. The highly regarded Michelin guide has named Ito as Las Vegas’ most anticipated open of 2024, among many other big cities in the nation like Chicago, Los Angeles, and D.C.
The popular Tribeca “wagyu and caviar-accented omakase” is run by Chef/Owners Masashi Ito and Kevin Kim, where “knife cuts run deep” and sauce abounds at a place where the waiting list is strong and mighty. The new Fontainebleau location offers an intimate 12-seat counter for those lucky enough to snag reservations.
The Japanese whiskey is flowing and among some of the best while the fish is flown in from Japan daily, just like the New York location.
Ito will be in the resort’s members only club, Poodle Room, on the 67th floor, offering immaculate views of the buzzing Las Vegas Strip underneath. A 20-course omakase will run at $400 and there will likely be an additionally-priced beverage pairing.You can read the full list of Michelin’s anticipated openings of 2024 here.