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Sophistication lives on at Bellagio’s Petrossian Bar

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Afternoon tea or vodka flight—pick your poison.
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For nearly three decades, the Petrossian Bar’s luxurious style and sounds have formed one of the most recognizable experiences in the Bellagio, even if the lobby lounge is forever in the shadow of other iconic features like the dancing fountains, the ever-changing conservatory display and Dale Chihuly’s “Fiori di Como” glass sculpture that looks down from the resort’s lobby ceiling.

Gifted pianists such as Peter Radd, Whitney Phoenix, Larry Walker and the legendary David Osborne set the vibe from the Petrossian’s classic Steinway, welcoming guests and beckoning visitors to stop in for some sophistication. Afternoon European tea service begins at 1 p.m., featuring freshly baked scones with preserves, miniature pastries, English sandwiches and imported teas from around the world. Vodka flights with smoked salmon and caviar are a favored pairing, and the lounge offers an extensive menu of original cocktails. Those who truly enjoy the finer things in Las Vegas life consistently make the Petrossian Bar a regular stop. Petrossian Bar at Bellagio, 702-693-7111; 24/7.

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