Chef Dominique Ansel opens shop at Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Famous pastry Chef Dominique Ansel has opened a bakery at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, bringing customers his “Lucky 7” collection, along with cookie shots, frozen s’mores, the Cronut® flavour of the month, DKA (Dominique's Kouign Amann), baked-to-order mini-Madeleines and more.

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The “Lucky 7” collection symbolising good fortune includes the following items: lucky penny pig, ladybug, goldfish, four-leaf clover, fortune cookie, feather and evil eye éclair.

To celebrate the opening that took place on 21 October, the first 100 customers received a special gift. Ansel and Caesars Entertainment Executives were joined by a traditional Caesars Palace Royal Court procession to unveil the bakery.

Caesars Entertainment Regional President Sean McBurney stated: “Chef Dominique Ansel is one of the most esteemed pastry chefs in the world. The opening of his bakery has been a long time coming. His creations are the perfect addition to our extraordinary culinary offerings at Caesars Palace.”

Ansel added: “I'm so thrilled to finally bring Dominique Ansel Las Vegas to life and have a home here at Caesars Palace. We've been so honoured and humbled to welcome guests from all around the world.

“For each of our shops, we strive to make each menu unique, and we hope our 'Lucky 7' pastry collection will bring some good fortune to everyone here. I can't wait to share what we have planned for our future menu creations.”

The location at Ceasars Palace spanning over 1,100 square feet and featuring café-style seating for 20, is open daily between 7am and 9pm.

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