DB Brasserie

  • Venetian - 3355 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
  • Las Vegas, NV, 89109
  • 702-430-1235

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French Bistro
Average cost
$25 to $35
Payment types accepted
Main Hours
Monday: 3:00PM to 11:00PM
Tuesday: 3:00PM to 11:00PM
Wednesday: 3:00PM to 11:00PM
Thursday: 3:00PM to 11:00PM
Friday: 3:00PM to 11:00PM
Saturday: 11:30AM to 11:00PM
Sunday: 11:30AM to 11:00PM
Not Applicable


Renowned chef Daniel Boulud brings contemporary French restaurant, DB Brasserie, to Las Vegas. The restaurant is "a traditional brasserie with the constant energy of a café."

With a main dining area, two private dining rooms, a casual bar and lounge, the spacious eatery seats 280 people.

DB Brasserie boasts a wine program of approximately 300 international selections with special attention given to exciting new American wine regions. One section of the menu honors the great classics of California, while another showcases the newest generation of winemakers. Keeping with the tradition of Boulud's other restaurants, the list also features the best French producers from the Rhone Valley, Burgundy, Bordeaux, Alsace, the Loire Valley, Provence, the Languedoc and Roussillon.

The wine and beverage selections complement food offerings that are international and local, specifically French and American. 

Appetizers include onion soup, escargots, and pâté de campagne with homemade pickles and country bread.

Seafood dishes include poissons fumés (smoked fish), Thai calamari and a shellfish plateau that includes oysters, a half lobster, shrimp, clams and ceviche.

A wide range of entrees are available including salmon, crispy duck confit, Tunisian lamb, swordfish and steak frites.

Boulud's famous burgers are also on the menu. The Frenchie is a 7-ounce patty with morbier cheese, confit pork belly, onion compote, tomato and arugula on a peppered bun with cornichon mustard and pommes frites.

You'll want to stick around for desserts like raspberry clafoutis, ice cream sundaes, tarts, freshly baked madeleines and petits fours. There's also a traditional French cheese plate for dessert, served with quince preserves, nuts and cranberry bread.

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