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As Eiffel Tower  begins the process of slowly and safely reopening, we are taking extra precautions to ensure the safe dining of our guests.  The health and safety of our patrons and staff is our top priority.

Dine in service will remain at 50% capacity with social distancing guidelines in place.  Masks will be worn by all employees at all times.  We are introducing digital and sanitized physical menus and will maintain thorough sanitation procedures and continuous hand washing.

For your health and safety, our policy is that all guests must wear a mask when entering, moving around, and exiting the restaurant. This includes when you leave the table to go to the restroom. Masks are not required once you are seated at your table. Thank you for doing your part to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Thank you for your continued trust and support of Eiffel Tower Restaurant.  We are so happy and excited to welcome you back and serve you once again.

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Champagne In Paris…& Las Vegas!

Nothing says “Paris” quite like Champagne, and there are many ways to enjoy a little bubbly as you take in the view of the spectacular Bellagio Fountains from Eiffel Tower Restaurant. Simply enjoying a glass of Champagne is always a great choice, but if you want to mix it up a little, we would like to recommend three of our favorite classic Champagne cocktails.

One of the original Champagne cocktails is very simply called,  The Champagne Cocktail.

  • Place one sugar cube in a Champagne flute and add 2-3 drops of Angostura bitters.
  • Top with Champagne or sparkling wine.
  • Garnish with a lemon or orange twist.
  • Sip – Simple and delicious.

Another classic is the French 75, introduced during prohibition, and named for the French Army’s 75mm gun used in both World Wars.

  • Combine two ounces of London dry gin, ¾ ounces fresh lemon juice, and ¾ ounces simple syrup in a Champagne flute.
  • Top with 2 ounces of your favorite bubbly.
  • Garnish with a long spiral lemon twist.

Last but not least is the Kir Royale,named for Felix Kir, a decorated member of the French Resistance during World War II, who later became the mayor of Dijon.

  • Combine 1 ounce of chilled crème de cassis (a sweet, dark red liqueur made from blackcurrants) and 4 ounces of Champagne.
  • If you prefer a little sweeter, add a little more crème de cassis,

Join us for one of the best lunch menus in Las Vegas, Monday thru Friday 11:30 AM to 3:00 PM or Brunch on Saturday and Sunday 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM, and enjoy a Champagne cocktail at the bar or in the our dining room.  Sip on little history and drink in the view.