Payard Bistro and Patisserie

If you think the croissants you buy at your supermarket bakery are the real deal think again. If you want to experience a real French croissant you’ll find none finer than those served at Payard Bistro and Patisserie located in Caesar’s Palace. That goes for all of the pastries created by world-famous Pastry Chef François Payard and sold at his casual, authentic French eatery.

Along with his ethereal pastries, the sandwiches, salads, made-to-order crepes and French coffee are available for grab-and-go in the patisserie side of the restaurant. On the bistro side the breakfast and luncheon menu includes perfect omelets, quiche, French toast and other traditional early day French fare.

For $42 (a bargain for a fine dining restaurant on the Strip) diners can chose from selections on the dinner menu to create a three course meal featuring classics such as French onion soup, beef tartar, filet mignon au poivre, and short ribs braised in red wine or they may order ala carte if desired.

On the way out stop at the chocolate shop to grab a few truffles, gorgeous almond macarons and handmade fine chocolates (the raspberry almond macarons are to die for!).

Reservations: 877-346-4642
Hours: Breakfast: 6:30am to 11:30am Daily
Lunch: 11:30am to 2pm Daily
Dinner: 5pm – 10pm Wednesday – Sunday
Pastry Counter: 6:30am to 11:00

Retail Store Hours
Tue-Fri 6:30am to 11:00pm
Retail Store: Sat-Mon 6:00am to 11:00pm
Website and menus

  1. Still dreaming of the banana Nutella crepe I had there about a year ago…..oh that and the almond croissants! New to your bloggy blog and loving it! Must try the bologna cake! 😉

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