Bobby Flay's New French Brasserie Will Open In Caesars Palace Later This Year

Bobby Flay is once again expanding his holdings in Las Vegas, this time with a new French brasserie. Set to open at Caesars Palace by the end of 2023, Brasserie B by Bobby Flay will offer a French-inspired take on some of the chef's classic dishes (via a press release). The new venture brings his Vegas presence to a total of five venues including Amalfi and three locations of Bobby's Burgers.

Flay told People his goal is to create a "timeless" ambience, and the decor will be reminiscent of Parisian brasseries dating to the 1930s and 1940s, classic with an Art Deco twist incorporating elements like burgundy leather banquettes and a weathered marble bar top with fluted wood and zinc. "When you walk into this restaurant, you're going to feel like you've stepped out of the sidewalks of Paris and into a really cool restaurant," the chef tells the outlet.

Brasserie B is designed by Manhattan-based Olivia Jane Design & Interiors and will have an L-shaped bar that seats up to 20 and opens to a 140-seat dining space. There, you'll find the area decorated with stunning chandeliers, cane-backed cafe chairs, and subway tile.

What's on the menu?

According to the press release, Brasserie B by Bobby Flay will be open for brunch, lunch, and dinner. While the menu will focus on authentic French dishes, Flay promises to bring his signature flair to everything from dessert, steak frites, to the raw bar.

So what exactly does a Bobby Flay take on French brasserie-style food look like? The chef assures there will be plenty of French fries, or frites, but they definitely won't be run of the mill. In fact, he intends to devote an entire section of the kitchen to prepare different variations of frites according to French tradition — a two-day process that will yield the perfect complement to everything from traditional steak to pork chops and mussels.

Flay also intends to bring his signature chile peppers to the French brasserie, which shouldn't come as a surprise to loyal fans. The chef makes a point of incorporating chile peppers into the offerings at all his restaurants. At Brasserie B, be sure to look for Espelette and Aleppo peppers, which are varieties native to the Mediterranean and North Africa.