Buzios Seafood Restaurant at The Rio offers an unprecedented selection of some of the freshest seafoods in Las Vegas presented in a sophisticated setting with unbeatable views.
Named after a small Brazilian fishing village, the atmosphere is comfortable luxurious, with large windows that provide great views of Rio’s tropical paradise, Voodoo Beach, as well as the resort’s pools. You can experience the restaurant in two distinct ways: in the traditional and elegant dining room or at the exciting oyster bar.
If you take a seat at the Oyster Bar, you can watch the amazing chefs at work in the restaurant’s open kitchen as they prepare fresh selections right in front of you. The luxurious yet casual dining room is a better option if you want to sit down for more relaxed meal in a cozy booth.
The restaurant’s offerings of fresh seafood and traditional New England cuisine are topnotch, wherever it is you choose to sit. Popular starters include the Prince Edward Island Mussels, which come with garlic toast for soaking up the herb and white wine sauce, and the Seafood Tagliatette, featuring shellfish, crustaceans, fish, asparagus and cream.
Delicious entrees include Steamed Crab Legs, Roasted Australian Lobster Tail, and Dry Aged Rib Eye and Cap featuring a Pinot Noir reduction sauce. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can order the Chef’s Tasting Menu, which features six courses hand-selected by the restaurant’s executive chef, all of which change seasonally.
Make sure you try one of their sinful dessert selections, which include a great selection of seasonal sorbets or their house specialty Banana Creme Brulee.
If you’re looking for phenomenally fresh seafood selections presented in an stunning atmosphere with amazing views, then Buzios Seafood Restaurant at The Rio might just be exactly what you’re looking for.