Planet Hollywood Restaurant and Bar in the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas puts you in the movies. The world famous theme restaurant features tasty American food in a fun setting filled with memorabilia from some of the most popular movies of all time.
Delicious appetizers include Texas Tostadas, Buffalo Wings, Kobe Chili, as well as their world-famous sweet and crispy Chicken Crunch. Entrees range from a host of exotic salads and pastas to critically acclaimed burgers and a variety of delicious grilled steak, chicken and seafood. For visitors with a sweet tooth, the restaurant features great hand-dipped milkshakes and delicious desserts like yummy double chocolate brownies and a fantastic white chocolate bread pudding.
The cocktails fit in to the movie-crazy theme, as you can order themed drinks with names like The Terminator (a very strong cocktail topped with draught beer), the Dark Knight (a blend of Jack Daniels, Amaretto and Sweet & Sour topped with Cola) or The Pineapple Express (citrus vodka and rum mixed with fresh pineapple and orange juice served in souvenir glasses), all of which you can enjoy while surrounding yourself in sensory overload designed to please movie-lovers.
You can check out trailers for upcoming movies on the video screens all over the restaurant while you take a look at Sylvester Stallone’s outfit from “Rocky.” Other awesome pieces of memorabilia at the Caesars Palace location include items from “The Terminator” and “Field of Dreams,” while murals line the walls based on famous scenes from your favorite films. Loud music is always pumping, keeping the atmosphere fun, loose and party-like… which is absolutely perfect for Las Vegas. On your way out, make sure not to miss Planet Hollywood Restaurant and Bar’s merchandise shop for some fun memorabelia.
The theme restaurant chain was founded by real life super-stars like Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger, which is how each location is able to get their great memorabilia. But the location in the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, which has to compete with all the glitz and glamour of the rest of Las Vegas, ups the wow factor for a true Hollywood dining experience.