Chefs and restaurateurs Bruce and Eric Bromberg opened Blue Ribbon restaurant June 3 at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
The Bromberg brothers are famously known for introducing signature items such as oysters on the half shell, beef marrow and fried chicken to the forefront of the national culinary scene back in 1992. Now, at The Cosmopolitan, Blue Ribbon builds on that original vision and draws inspiration from the bustling energy of the Las Vegas Strip it is part saloon, part oyster bar, part American eatery and part international culinary tour.
Blue Ribbons dinner menu is heavily inspired by the original SoHo location, with longtime favorites including beef marrow and oxtail marmalade, cheese fondue, pu pu platter and pan roasted skate with crispy potatoes, shrimp and bacon. New creations exclusive to the Las Vegas location include pan-roasted Dover sole with artichokes and capers, bourbon-glazed prime rib of pork and an array of offerings from the raw bar including the Plateau Cosmopolitan, a multitiered shellfish and caviar extravaganza, served with either a bottle of Champagne or chilled vodka.
The new Blue Ribbon opened in the space that was the home of Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill since the luxury resort opened on New Years Eve in 2010. The restaurant offers dinner service as well as the late-night dining experience.