Botero Supper Club

Steak and Shake

Small Plates and Loud Noises at Encore

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A refresher on native dining etiquette:

Salad fork goes on the outside. Napkin should be folded lengthwise on your lap.

And if you must get up to start a conga line in the middle of a meal, remember to excuse yourself from the table first.

Welcome to Botero Supper Club, a new dinner party intent on bridging the gap between light dinner and Vegas-style nightclubbery, now open at Encore.

The scene here: still that of an art gallery jamboree packed inside a steakhouse—walls lined with Colombian figurative artist Fernando Botero’s melting tiger tamers, upside-down liquor display cases hanging from the ceiling. The only noticeable change: a pair of new, late-night menus and a makeshift DJ booth posted up by the kitchen.

Be seated with that Cirque du Soleil elephant whisperer you’ve been entertaining under the giant statue of a naked woman at the center of the room. Immediately, you’ll be hit with live DJ beats (see: Steve Aoki spinning by the kitchen), and slapped with menus of nightclubby cocktails and high-protein nibble fare (it’s a well-known fact that halibut-ginger crudo goes better on the dance floor than, say, a porterhouse for two).

The result: loose limbs for XS, the Persian-emperor-inspired sweat circus next door.

Something about ordering raw fish at a steakhouse just puts you in a risk-taking mood.

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Botero Supper Club
at Encore
3131 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109
702-770-7000
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