2620 Regatta Dr Ste 106, Las Vegas, NV 89128
Phone: (702) 570-8174
Marche Bacchus French Bistro
Marche Bacchus French Bistro & Wine Market
Cuisines: Caterers, American, French, European, Continental
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: No
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
08/29/2011Provided by Citysearch -
The new chef there is fantastic! We have been going there for years. The last chef, Jean Paul was quite good, but he got on a reality show or something and departed. The new chef was one of Alex Stratta's sous chefs and is excellent.
One of my favorite dishes is the tuna and pork belly appetizer. The new duck dish is excellent as well. They even brought back the Gateau Basque dessert!
As always, the wine selection is excellent and the wine price is only marked up about 15% or so, not the 300% mark up on The Strip. Service is generally good and the atmosphere is upscale.
The place has been one of my favorites for the six years I have lived here.
03/04/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Marche Bacchus is our favorite place for a glass of wine...or sometimes a bottle of wine, good eats and a great view. They have the only lakeside terrace in Vegas and it truly feels like an escape to another place. The food has done a 180 in recent years wiht the addition of Chef Jean Paul Labadie who worked for Emeril Lagasse for 14 years before taking the lead at Marche. His dishes are elegant, yet rustic at the same time. He really shows his chops in signature dishes like his lobster pot pie and pretty much anything with seafood. His scallops are the best in town. The wines here are really great, probably 1,000 or so labels to choose from, all at about 50% the price what it would cost to drink them on LV Strip restaurants. Really.
07/17/2009Provided by Citysearch -
My fianc? and I went to March? Bacchus for his twenty-seventh birthday and it was definitely the best place for a romantic and unforgettable food and wine experience. I had an impeccable dining experience with exquisite and artistic presentation in an opulent setting. Their lake side patio seating is complete with umbrellas and comfortable chairs, these tables overlook one corner of the lake, providing beautiful views and the sense that you are no longer in Las Vegas. The food was delicious! March? Bacchus had an extensive wine list and service was impeccable. Their wine market was amazing and fairly priced. For our appetizer, we had the Truffled Crab Cakes and Grilled Shrimp Ete Salad. They were both fantastic! For our entr?es we had the Lobster Pie which was by far the best thing I have ever had! My fianc? ordered the Pan Roasted Duck Breast, and he loved it so much that he ate everything on his plate. With every course we became more impressed with the food, both in taste and presentation. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone who enjoys authentic French cuisine.
02/18/2009Provided by Citysearch -
You can ignore the screaming review that was obviously left by a disgruntled ex-employee. The husband and wife team that owned the restaurant weren't that bad, but they don't own the place any more. New owner, new chef. Excellent in every way.
French country cuisine that is served in a beautiful spot beside a lake far away from the strip. The wine store on premises is the wine list and Jeff, the owner, is almost always there to help with a selection. His knowledge of wine is immense and he tastes everything that he sells, so it's impossible to get a bad bottle of wine there.
The menu is somewhat limited, but everything on it is good. The lunch menu, in particular, is very reasonably priced. The lunch food is a little rustic, dinner is more haute cuisine. The chef succeeds at both.
For what it is, where it is, and for the price, this is my favorite restaurant in Las Vegas. A warm, welcoming, comfortable place to relax and enjoy excellent food and wine for a reasonable price. Highly recommended.
11/12/2008Provided by Citysearch -
BAD FOOD? MAYBE IT?S BECAUSE YOU FOOD?S BEEN ON THE GROUND! FROM A FRENCH PERSON, YES, THE FOOD IS AVERAGE. BUT THAT?S NOT THE MAIN PROBLEM WITH THIS PLACE. THE WORKERS ARE ABUSED!!! AND THE OWNERS BREAK LABOR AND HEALTH LAWS ALL THE TIME! THEY SMILE AND TALK SWEET TO CUSTOMERS AND THEN TURN INTO MONSTERS THE NEXT MINUTE WITH THEIR EMPLOYEES! THEY?VE TRAINED THE YOUNG ASIAN MANAGER TO MANAGE THE SAME WAY THEY DO: BY ABUSING. THEY BREAK THE LAW WHEN IT COMES TO A LOT OF THINGS! AND IF YOU REFUSE TO PICK UP BREAD FROM THE FLOOR AND PUT INTO THE BASKET GOING TO YOUR CUSTOMERS, YOU?RE FINISHED! NOT TO MENTION THAT SAID BASKET IS ONLY BROUGHT OUT IF ASKED FOR BY THE CUSTOMERS! THAT?S RIGHT: ON TOP OF IT, THEY?RE EXTREMELY CHEAP! THE WIFE WILL TAKE A COUPLE OF PLATES FROM YOU AND THEN SAY SHE DID YOUR WORK AND MUST PARTICIPATE IN THE TIP POOL? YOU GET YELLED AT IF YOU MAKE ANY MISTAKE, NO MATTER HOW SMALL, YOU GET YELLED AT IF SOMEONE MADE A MISTAKE AND THEY DECIDED YOU DID IT, AND YOU?RE CALLED A LIAR IF YOU DARE SAYING YOU ARE INNOCENT! EVERYBODY'S DEMEANED DAILY AND TOO SCARED TO CALL ON THEM ABOUT BREAKING LABOR & HEALTH LAWS! THE WHOLE CREW CALLED EACH OTHER AFTER WORK EVERY NIGHT TO CRY ON EACH OTHER?S SHOULDER! HOW SAD! THIS ISN?T MY REAL NAME AND THEY HAVE NO WAY TO GUESS WHO THIS IS BECAUSE THEY?VE TREATED EVERYONE WHO?S EVER WORKED FOR THEM THIS WAY!
08/11/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My husband and I have been going here for over three years. It has undergone a change in ownership and they recently got a new chef to replace Christophe who had been there for about a year. The goat cheese pastry with ratatouille was very nice. I had the sea bass that was marinated in miso soup for three days and it was out of this world. My husband had the Maytag crusted filet that was cooked perfectly. For dessert, we split the tarte tatin that was one of the best we have ever had, even rivaling the desserts at Andre's.
On the critical side, the pastry appetizer could have been spiced a bit more, as could have the filet, but they were still well done. I don't think the other dishes could have been prepared much better.
The service was excellent and attentive.
One of our favorite things about the restaurant is the wine. The new owner is very knowledgeable about the wines at the restaurant and they are at retail prices, not Strip prices. We had an excellent Chateauneuf du Pape for $40. It would have cost $200 on the Strip.
I think the new owners have improved the ambiance and the service. The wine selection is much better as well. It is really the only place in town where we can go out to dinner and have nice meal with wine in a nice atmosphere with staff we know and not get pinched for $400. Ours tabs there have been very reasonable. We have been there probably 15 times and always had an excellent experience. Enjoy.
04/11/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Excellent experience. The new chef's food was excellent as is the service, the view and the ambience. Very romantic. The wine shop in the front is great and only a $10 corkage fee if you have it at dinner. The new owner is great, he is very passionate about making your experience great. He is very knowledgeable and helpful about wine choices. The service people could not have been better or had a better attitude. One of the best places in Vegas, a must go, definitely worth a drive.
03/25/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We went over there on Sunday for Easter Brunch and it was a real disaster. We had gone over there about 6 months ago and the food was awful. But then we heard there was new owners so we decided to give it another try what a bad decision!!!!!! We had called long enough in advance to make sure that all 12 of us would be seated at the same table and were told that it wouldn't be a problem at all. They would accomodate us by taking a couple of square tables and make them a big rectangular one. Sure enough when we were taken to our table( after waiting over 1/2 hour ) we were seated on two separate round table. How nice is it to see somebody's back instead of their face while you are eating especially when it is family you haven't seen in a long time who just came to spend Easter's weekend with you. Now the food was even worst than anything you could imagine. They started us with a small platter of fresh assorted pastries (they didn't make any difference if it was for two or for six people) and by fresh i guess they meant fresh out of the freezer. Then the main course was for sure the worst steak and eggs in my whole life. Meat cold and overcooked, cold eggs and over salted rock hard cold breakfast potatoes. The dessert Napoleon was so bad that i just started laughing when our waitress brought it to us. The custard used for the filling looked like a baby had just throwed up on my plate his lunch and raspberries. We decided to talk to the manager as the whole experience was far from being a good one and we were treated like dirt. Even our waitress was ashamed of the whole ordeal. She tried her best but only remembered to bring the ketchup for the steak and eggs when we were almost done. The only time they are right on the button is when they bring you the bill. We got charged for everything believe me. When leaving i adressed my thoughts to the new owner and here they are: GET A CHEF WHO CAN ACTUALLY COOK , NOT LIKE THE CLOWN YOU HAVE RIGHT NOW UNTIL THEN ..
07/18/2007Provided by Citysearch -
For totality of experience simply the best restaurant in Vegas. The food ranges from the simply first rate to the extraordinary. Their fish, especially, is the best in the city. The setting is lovely; right on the shore of a lake in one of the city's better neighborhoods. You'd never guess you were in Vegas. The wine store is also a real attraction. The owners take their wine quite seriously and taste everything that comes through the door. It is impossible to get a bad bottle of wine here; some sell for under $10. Since they charge only a $10 corkage fee to bring a bottle from the store to your table the wine is also an incredible bargain compared to what other restaurants charge. The owners are very friendly and make everyone feel special. A little hard to find if you don't know the city, but certainly worth the effort. Truly a remarkable place.
10/21/2005Provided by Citysearch -
This place is great, period. It is one of my favorite places in Vegas. The food is wonderful and being able to browse the wine store is enjoyable. The have a wide variety of french wine, as well as a few selections from other countries. The dining is right by a lake, which is very romantic. Service is good and the wine steward is very helpful. They only charge a 10 dollar corkage fee, so the wine cost is less than at a regular restaurant. The cuisine is French, with some american influence. The rack of lamb with mustard glaze/crust was fantastic, as was their filet with cognac sauce. The snapper with ginger relish is out of this world.