Ballo Italian Soul

Sahara Las Vegas

Take Your Pleasure Seriously

 

Joining the resort’s award-winning culinary lineup is Ballo, a new Italian concept from James Beard award-winning Chef Shawn McClain and partners Richard and Sarah Camarota of MC Hospitality. With Ballo, the group will use their acumen for redefining established genres to create an experiential, high-energy destination restaurant featuring seasonal Italian cuisine representing a number of Italian regions.

 

Ballo promises to offer everything you know and love about Italian cuisine made bold and fresh in a vibrant setting that celebrates Italian culture and la dolce vita. Signature dishes will include Ballo’s selection of aperitivos, handmade pastas, Roman pizzas, an array of fresh seasonal vegetable dishes and salads, and rustic fire-roasted meats and fish, as well as a Euro-centric, eclectic wine list, unique cocktails and playful desserts featuring espresso liqueurs. The restaurant design will boast bold contemporary Italian art to create stylized spaces for authentic gatherings for both intimate and sizeable social parties. Ballo will also feature a live-action kitchen complete with a pasta-making window and a takeaway deli.

 

Headshot - Chef Shawn McClain

Chef Shawn McClain

 

No stranger to Las Vegas, Chef McClain is an outstanding restaurateur who has opened multiple renowned and critically acclaimed restaurants in Chicago, Las Vegas and Detroit. His portfolio consists of both fine dining and casual restaurants each offering ingredient-driven cuisine served in chic, high-energy atmospheres. Winning both critical acclaim and establishing smart, sustainable businesses have been the hallmarks of his career.

 

Chef Shawn McClain’s Ballo is full of energy. It’s everything you know and love about Italian cuisine made bold, exuberant and somehow new. This is a contagious vibrant space to celebrate Italian culture and all that makes it wonderful.

 

A Signature Experience Only At SAHARA Las Vegas – Coming Winter 2021

FEATURED IN

 

8 Ways Restaurants Have Changed in the Past Decade
New York Times

 

The Glass Ball of Food & Drink in 2020
Thrillist

 

What’s Cooking This Year in 2020 in the Hottest Places
Forbes

 

The Stunning Restaurant Design Trends Most Likely to Take Over 2020
Eater

 

Best New Restaurants in America 2019
Esquire

 


 

Interested in more information? Become a SAHARA Insider for exclusive priority access to news, promotions, and special deals.