If you are looking for an art deco 1920s supper club vibe mixed with the ’40s and ’50s in Vegas, then Delilah at the Wynn is for you. My husband and I were recently invited to attend a play date at the new Delilah at the Wynn. I had never heard the term “play date” in regards to dinner at a restaurant. It’s basically a term that involves family, friends, staff, and industry workers trying out a new restaurant before the opening.

When you arrive at Delilah, you are told of the “no photo policy,” If you pull out your phone to film someone famous dancing or even take food photos, you will be escorted out of the club. On the menu, it actually says, “To Honor Guest Discretion, No Photography, No Posting.

You are then escorted through a set of double doors with a marquee overhead. You first arrive at the Little Bubble Bar, a 34-seat intimate lounge with settees upholstered in vintage Hermès fabric. The bar is gorgeous overlooking the main dining room two floors below, and the cocktail menu is even better, including expertly crafted drinks with Avant Gard presentations. As you walk down the two sweeping sets of staircases, you notice two bronze sculptures near the Anchor Bar and a view of the stage, the brass palms trees. Live entertainment and jazz on Sundays bring the intimate dinner with a show. There’s even a secret dining room with its own bar known as the Chef’s Table, accessed via the kitchen. The private room is what they dub “mafia-style,” meaning that it’s reachable by a private entrance far away from any public and prying eyes. No one can see who’s coming in or out.

Main dining room
Menu

The over the top menu at Delilah consists of classics that meet modern American cuisine. Some items were brought over from their West Hollywood location, like their popular chicken fingers and burgers, to their new items like their Wagyu Beef Wellington, Dover Sole Fish and Chips, and Chicken TV Dinner. The desserts are a whole other story with items like Kendalls Slutty Brownie (which I am sure is named after Kendall Jenner) or Grandma’s gooey butter cake. The food is sexy, playful, and delicious. Equally sexy are the flapper girls who walk around while dining and giving you a wink or a nod.

Delilah is a fantastic date spot as well as a late wild Las Vegas night with friends. After hours include bottle service, DJ a late-night menu. The restaurant opened on July 14th, and already high profile clients such as the Jenners, Kardashians, Biebers have attended with even some guest appearances on stage singing. Delilah is opening Wednesdays thru Sunday at 5:30 pm -Late, closed Monday and Tuesday. The dress code is smart casual. Children under 5 are not allowed.