There we were, strolling outside of Caesars Palace. Loving the vibe on the Strip. And we stumble across a charming little restaurant called Serendipity 3. We knew we were in trouble, because this was the first thing we saw.
Soon after, it began. A journey into deliciousness. Into decadence. Into colors and flavors beyond description.
First, the color part. As we sat at the bar area at Serendipity 3, we noticed some glasses filled with what appeared to be cotton candy. A gregarious guy named Chris soon informed us it appeared to be cotton candy because it WAS cotton candy.
Cotton candy, mere seconds later, in the capable hands of a well-trained beverage professional, became the Cotton Candy Martini.
Chris, if you’re ever in the market to be adopted, give us a call.
The frosty temptations continued to materialize.
And materialize, they did.
Of course, one must remember to drink responsibly. Eating on the other hand…
The menu at Serendipity 3 is a vast and wonderous thing. [Note: The items pictured here aren't the result of professional "food stylists" under ideal food photography conditions. This is actual food, on its way to beaming customers.]
“Comfort food” doesn’t quite do the food justice, actually. It’s comfort food, but tricked out and turned into joy fuel. Or something.
Every time we turned around, there was another culinary delight calling our name. Hypnotizing us. Captivating us. Encouraging us to speak Farsi. (Not sure what that last one was all about.)
Why aren’t more foods served in towers?! The final blow was another take on “Nature’s Best Invention Yet,” pizza.
What a blast. Serendipity 3 is full of surprises, as well as a staff that’s some of the friendliest we’ve encountered on the Strip. Easy-access location. Great prices. This one’s a can’t-miss stop during your next Vegas visit.