If you’re in the mood for a genuine stage show to complement your elegant meal, The Mayfair Supper Club inside Bellagio Las Vegas is the place to go. Since its opening on December 31, 2019, the dazzling venue has turned heads and quickly became one of the most difficult reservations to book in Las Vegas. Though it was only open a few months before the COVID-19 lockdown, once it reopened, the alluring supper club became one of the city’s hottest spots once again.
Walking into The Mayfair Supper Club
I was invited in for a press visit on a weekday, but the vibe felt like a glittering Friday night. We walked in between the rose-lined columns straight through to the lavish dining room with the band in full swing and the energy high. Looking out straight past the stage, you’ll find an optimal view of the patio and the world-famous Fountains of Bellagio. The fountain display continued every fifteen minutes, providing the perfect Las Vegas backdrop for our evening.
A Stunning Menu Selection
The small tables for two situated at the front of the stage are perfectly spaced and comfortable for a complete evening of entertainment and spectacle. We were greeted with champagne and a menu designed to please every palate—even the virtual menus still manage to look classy. Chilled shellfish, sushi and raw options are perfect for seafood lovers, while meat lovers can feast on a variety of steak options and prime rib. The “Squash Schnitzel” and “Cauliflower Steak” are perfect options for meatless guests. Are you looking for a showstopping dessert? Order the Cherries Jubilee for a perfectly Instagrammable moment.
A Stunning Production
The Mayfair Supper Club seamlessly blends a full stage cabaret with your decadent meal. The entertainment is a truly stunning spectacle, with the two lead vocalists performing well-known tunes from various eras throughout the evening. With renditions of popular tunes by everyone from Etta James to Gnarls Barkley, the vocalists continue to surprise throughout the evening while the dancers turn numerous musical numbers into a full-on display. The performers do not stay on the stage all night either—various dance numbers take place off stage and sometimes all around the dining room. Performances rotate throughout the week, too, so you’ll never truly find two identical evenings.