Botero Supper Club Debuts at Encore at Wynn Las Vegas

Botero, the trendy steakhouse located at Encore at Wynn Las Vegas, in collaboration with Surrender, Tryst and XS Nightclubs, introduces Botero Supper Club, a sophisticated nightlife dining experience. On July 9, Botero Supper Club does supper sexy with the debut of the new Supper Club menu created by Executive Chef Mark LoRusso, specialty cocktails, and an explosive lineup of celebrity DJs, every night after 9 p.m.

“There has always been a natural synergy between Botero and the nightlife venues at Wynn Las Vegas and Encore,” said Jesse Waits, managing partner of XS Nightclub. “By incorporating our unparalleled nightlife programming into the restaurant, we are able to create a new and contemporary pre-club experience for party-goers. Guests will be able to indulge in Chef LoRusso’s new Nightlife Menu and enjoy sounds by the world’s most renowned DJs.”

Botero Bar, Photo by Russell MacMasters

“It is a pleasure to share my new Nightlife Menu with our guests at Botero Supper Club,” said LoRusso. “Developing a fun and playful menu has been an exciting process. The new menu showcases my signature style through a variety of small plates and light bites that our guests will enjoy before heading to one of our premier nightclubs.”

The new Nightlife Menu includes fresh takes on small plates and shared items such as hamachi tartare with crispy rice cake and sweet chili vinaigrette, as well as a crudo tasting featuring tuna with an avocado-soy sauce and halibut with a ginger-lime sauce. Sushi is introduced for the first time at Botero with a variety of rolls on offer as well as turkey-mozzarella meatball sliders with parmesan cheese and basil, crispy rock shrimp po’ boys with a spicy aioli and a pork belly BLT and cheese.


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