Bild von Luxor Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas: The Bartenders of Mix Ultra Lounge Mandalay Bay - Schauen Sie sich 69' authentische Fotos und Videos von. Wir waren am frühen Abend in der Mix Lounge da wir da bei unserer Strip Erkundungstour gerade im Mandalay Bay/The Hotel waren. Die Aussicht war toll und. Mix Lounge ist eine beliebte Lounge im Stock des Mandalay Bay Hotels. Lounge Beschreibung, Details und Bewertungen.
The Bartenders of Mix Ultra Lounge Mandalay Bay - Bild von Luxor Hotel & Casino, Las VegasBild von Luxor Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas: The Bartenders of Mix Ultra Lounge Mandalay Bay - Schauen Sie sich 69' authentische Fotos und Videos von. Wir waren am frühen Abend in der Mix Lounge da wir da bei unserer Strip Erkundungstour gerade im Mandalay Bay/The Hotel waren. Die Aussicht war toll und. Die Mix Lounge und Bar befindet sich "on top" auf dem Hotel "THE hotel at Mandalay Bay" am südlichen Ende des Las Vegas Boulevards. Öffnungszeiten.
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Olympus Fe. - Planst du einen Trip nach Las Vegas?Foursquare hilft dir dabei, die perfekten Orte für dich zu finden. Tu46 there a minimum age limit to dine in Mix? Close Dining Reservation Select Dates Select Dates. Mandalay Bay offers a variety of games, ranging from Lincs contributions 19 helpful votes. The Damespiele was not as "upscale" and professional as I would have expected for this type of restaurant.
Write a review. Traveller rating. Selected filters. Ashe G wrote a review Aug Calgary, Alberta, Canada 30 contributions 36 helpful votes. Wonderful spot.
My husband and I hit this lounge each time we visit LV - the view and just overall look of the place is unique Read more. Date of experience: September KristinaBal wrote a review Jun Wedding meal.
Situated on the 64th floor of the Delano hotel Mandalay Bay , Mix offers unparalleled views that extend from the Strip to the mountainous horizon.
A dazzling white monochrome dining room punctuated with vibrant red accents provides a clean backdrop for the 15,piece "Champagne bubble" chandelier to make its mesmerizing impression.
The highly seasonal kitchen constructs dishes that meld international ingredients with an incomparable French flair. Those interested in toasting to their evening with a glass of wine may choose from bottles stored in a two-story unit that forms the dining room's south wall.
To top the evening off right, many guests make their way to the Mix lounge, where more glamorous revelry is to be had.
When renowned French chef Alain Ducasse chose to open his first Las Vegas restaurant, he did it in high style, crowning a deluxe new Mandalay Bay tower called THEhotel.
To execute his vision, he hired compatriot Bruno Davaillon, a chef raised in France's Loire Valley who shares his produce-driven approach.
Since opening in late , Mix has earned a well-deserved reputation for globally informed French cuisine, Patrick Jouin's stunning design, and spectacular views of the Strip.
Unlike most restaurants in town, which are attached to either a casino or shopping mall, Mix features a private entrance.
Take the glass-fronted elevator to THEhotel's 64th floor, enjoying unparalleled degree views of the Green Valley below.
Exit the elevator and enter a sumptuous black lounge that emanates from a central oval bar. The massive molded core of the bar is designed to look like red coral.
On the ceiling above the "coral" is a fiber optic field that shimmers like the night sky. The lounge contains wavy back-to-back black leather benches, separated by a strip of red light, plus white tables, black leather stools and floor-to-ceiling glass walls.
Outside, there's a deck with brown banquettes and white tables. Whether you sit inside or out, expect more stunning Strip views.
Walk past the open kitchen to the pristine dining room, all white, including the tablecloths, walls and futuristic pod-shaped booths. A 15,piece "champagne bubble" chandelier drapes from the ceiling.
Lining the north wall are wood poles designed to resemble a bamboo forest. Strangely, the poles aren't bamboo, but they're still attractive. Up white stairs is a private dining room with tables for large parties, lit by pod-shaped silver lamps that offer unobstructed views of fashionable diners below.
A two-story wine rack forms the south wall. Along the east wall is an outdoor patio, great on a rare cool evening.
Two-story glass walls flank the dining room, to maximize those views. The only flash of color: red glasses.
Each table holds a pad of Mix stationary with a pencil, to write about your meal or to pass notes to tablemates. During the week, the crowd primarily consists of businesspeople and serious local diners.
Weekends are higher volume thanks to an influx of flashy high-rollers from Los Angeles. According to our waiter, "They're not diners, they eat salads.
A complimentary basket of house-baked breads was stocked with two slices of fluffy country bread, a pull-apart spiral shaped roll, a slice of focaccia studded with green onion, a single triangular ciabatta, a round anise roll and an oblong wheat roll.
Hidden below the surface was yet another prize, a walnut-golden raisin bun. There was a dish with two pats of butter, one traditional, the other folded with finely crushed peanuts.
For my appetizer, I ordered a sophisticated Shrimp Cocktail. An oblong white bowl held a horseradish custard base, a cluster of mixed greens, candied lemon zest and a thin-shaved candied lemon slice.
The greens were lined with six shelled jumbo shrimp and ringed with a pour of bright red tomato syrup, which was more concentrated and silkier than standard tomato sauce.
The dish was well constructed, with the sweetness of the firm shrimp balancing the bite of the creamy horseradish custard.
With my appetizer, I drank a glass of Gradisca D'Isonzo, a crisp Pinot Grigio from the Venezia Giulia wine-growing region of Italy.
The dry wine played well against the richness of the custard. My dining companion started with the Dungeness Crab Martini, from the list of Alain Ducasse Classics that Chef Ducasse developed at his establishments in Paris and Monte Carlo.
A martini glass cradled creamy cauliflower puree layered with nuggets of lump crab claw meat. The glass was then crowned with orange foam that was listed as a "warm spicy emulsion.
The exceptional boneless fowl was cooked medium rare. The crispy skin soaked up the drizzle of dolce forte, a burgundy sweet-tart sauce centering on vinegar and sugar.
The duck was plated with a candy-sweet roasted black Mission fig and a tender four-inch slab of braised daikon that was topped with bitter white baby turnips and two micro-thin radish shavings.
My dining companion opted for Roasted Maine Lobster "Au Curry. A sprinkling of golden raisins, shaved almonds and oven-roasted baby coconut discs supplied sweet notes.
For dessert, I ordered yet another Alain Ducasse Classic, the Mix Candy Bar, actually a duo of bars presented on a rectangular white plate.
On my left was a caramel hazelnut bar, with pistachios and halved hazelnuts peeking out of the dark chocolate coating.
Inside were layers of hazelnut mousse, chocolate mousse and nougat. A central oval of tangy coconut lime sorbet was anchored to the plate with crispy almond crumble.
On my right: a milk chocolate-sheathed peanut butter mousse bar was studded with peanuts and topped with a single sliver of coconut.
Both bars were accented with edible gold leaf and deserving of counter space at a top chocolate shop. My dining companion selected the Chocolate Dome.
The dark brown half-moon was decorated with a starfield of gold leaf. The dessert was plated with an oval of intensely flavored passion fruit sorbet, surrounded by sweet diced mango.
Just before our waiter brought our check, he presented us a white goblet of hot Nutella and a tray of just-baked Madeleines.
We each plucked a Madeleine from the tray and drizzled on some Nutella with a spoon. The warm Madeleine with chocolate hazelnut sauce was a simple but terrific conclusion to our meal.
For all of Mix's style, the menu was surprisingly modest. Thankfully, simple-sounding dishes were much more advanced in both presentation and flavor.
The ingredients were clearly of-the-moment, and those views—spectacular. This secluded area features cascading chandeliers and a bird's eye view of fashionable diners below.
Floating amidst the cascading chandeliers, mezzanine diners enjoy an intimate and ethereal ambience. Mix's patio provides a quieter and more intimate atmosphere, with breathtaking views of the Strip.
Dining at Mix exceeded my expectation. The view was great as well as the food, service, and selection.
A great place to take your customers, family, and friends. You won't be disappointed by choosing Mix. This past Martin Luther Day weekend I brought my girlfriend to Las Vegas for her birthday.
Needless to say Mix help me blow her mind. Romantic View of the Strip we ate on the deck. Martinis where mixed to perfection. The chef enticed us for a second visit with several complentary tastes of exotic items.
The most key point of my dinning expeirence was the service. I highly recommend Mix. We got there early so we could enjoy a drink in the bar with an outstanding view of the Las Vegas strip.
When it was time to dine we were delighted to find that we were going to be seated outside to further enjoy the view. The food was outstanding and the servie was prompt and very professional.
The restaurant is classy but not stuffy. I am recommending it to all my friends. If you're thinking of choosing Mix This was the best dining experience I had in Vegas.
The food, people and atmosphere was outstanding. The cocktails were perfect and the appetizers.. The tuna tar tar and foie gras were AMAZING!
I will visit Mix every time I visit Vegas! Great Ambiance, for a great evening with my special "love of my life" to celebrate not only her belated birthday but also a belated Valentine's Day.
Very romantic atmosphere, with a great server, the dinner pairing with wine was pricey but well worth it, if you want to set "that mood" for that nite Wink wink You can't be cheap when wanting to "fine dine" in Las Vegas, not at MIX, make sure you bring extra cash or credit cards, food was well worth it, with the cheesecake dessert.
Great food, service and ambiance. PERFECT for a 1st Date or if you want to impress your special someone.
Great atmoshere, great food, great view. What a wonderful place to enoy a great night with friends. Mix is one of the best that Vegas has to offer.
The outstanding views of the strip are backed up by excellent food and service. Overall a wonderful dining experience.
Prices are reasonable for a restaurant of this caliber. The wine list is extensive. The Mix has a great atmosphere that includes a nice view and really fun glass spheres hanging from the ceiling.
The food and service was outstanding. YOU MUST GO TO MIX! The food is heavenly, the views are jaw dropping and the service is excellent.
Vegas - with a difference. One of the best experiences I've ever had in a restaurant. Phenomenal service and amazing food. Only a few tables overlooking the strip but people were coming and going, so we managed to get a table to sit and watch the sun set over Vegas.
Took a little while to be served initially. Cocktails were good and the food we had was tasty albeit a very small portion - but then only wanted nibbles.
Date of experience: April MRK wrote a review May New York City, New York contributions 77 helpful votes.
Fun spot for a drink. Good service, nice lounge, outstanding view. A great place to get the party started atop the Delano or is the Mandalay Bay?
If nothing else, go have a drink and take in the view. It's worth it. This amuse was definitely not amusing.
The florescent green gelee was flavorless and unnaturally colored, while the diced up scallops were bland and questionably fresh. Grossest amuse bouche ever.
The first course from the TasteofmiX menu was a spicy crab salad with guacamole, cucumber, and green papaya slaw. It was an adequate starter, but we were expecting something a little more elegant and interesting at an establishment like this.
Fortunately, my first course was pretty close to perfect. The flawless little gnocchi were served with a sunchoke puree, Parmigiano Reggiano, veal jus, and beech mushrooms.
The Astronomer was much happier with his second course—a dish of butternut squash ravioli bathed in a brown butter emulsion.
It was topped with a crunchy Parmesan chip. The hunks of lobster meat were tender, well-portioned, and paired extraordinarily well with the rich and creamy curry broth.
I was thoroughly impressed with the dish and made sure to savor every last bite. The club starts with its spectacular entrance which begins with a glass elevator ride to the 64 th floor.
Upon the doors opening you are greeted with the elongated view of the spacious restaurant and lounge. One of the first things you see on your right is the dance floor which is a nice space with narrow podiums around it which across from the DJ booth on your left.
Continue further in and you hit the restaurant.Mix Lounge sits on the 64 th floor of Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino and provides amazing views of the Las Vegas Strip from feet high! The club starts with its spectacular entrance which begins with a glass elevator ride to the 64 th floor. Upon the doors opening you are greeted with the elongated view of the spacious restaurant and lounge. Mix Lounge, Las Vegas: Hours, Address, Mix Lounge Reviews: /5. United States ; Las Vegas Blvd S Hotel at the Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, NV Give us your digits; we'll give you all the insider deals and info. Seems fair. Message and data rates may apply. You are joining this subscription program and authorizing Mandalay Bay to send periodic marketing text messages using an automatic telephone dialing system to the mobile number you provide. Situated on the 64th floor of the Delano hotel (Mandalay Bay), Mix offers unparalleled views that extend from the Strip to the mountainous horizon. A dazzling white monochrome dining room punctuated with vibrant red accents provides a clean backdrop for the 15,piece "Champagne bubble" chandelier to make its mesmerizing impression. Nevada requires all dining to be limited to a maximum of 4 people per table and reservations are required. Masks are also required to be worn in all restaurant venues unless actively eating or drinking with food or beverages present on your dining table.