Lisa Vanderpump is in the process of opening her second restaurant in Las Vegas.
Over two years after the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member opened the Vanderpump Cocktail Garden at Caesars Palace, Lisa and her husband, Ken Todd, have teamed up with Nick Alain to create a space where guests are “transported” to the City of Lights.
According to a press release, Lisa’s new space will be called Vanderpump à Paris and will feature “delectable dishes, whimsical and unique cocktails, and a lush, elaborate atmosphere with eclectic, Parisian-inspired design details.”
“We are so excited to be expanding in Las Vegas, and Vanderpump à Paris has been a passion project of ours for a long time. Vanderpump Cocktail Garden has been such a huge success and working with Caesars has been a wonderful experience; we can’t wait to bring another concept to life under their umbrella,” Lisa said in a statement.
“After living in France for many years, it has been such an incredible journey to make our ideas a reality and, working with our extraordinary design partner Nick Alain, we have created a design unlike anything we’ve ever seen, with epic visual statements – it is our hope to bring the stunning visuals of Paris into the heart of Las Vegas,” she continued. “The food will be sexy and delicious, the cocktails exquisite and unique, and the overall experience will be one that is unforgettable! It’s really been a labor of love and we can’t wait to share it with you.”
Jason Gregorec, the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Paris Las Vegas, also spoke out.
“The power and magic of Lisa Vanderpump can be felt through the excitement we continue to see after 2.5 years of Vanderpump Cocktail Garden at Caesars Palace, and we are thrilled to extend our partnership with her to open a second Las Vegas location at the Paris Las Vegas,” he said. “Vanderpump à Paris will bring Lisa’s charm and flair to the resort that will attract fans and guests looking for an unparalleled night out filled with picturesque cocktails and bites.”
The Vanderpump Rules star will include ornate awnings and furniture along with her and Nick’s signature Vanderpump Alain light fixtures in her design for the restaurant, which is expected to feature 200 seats and multiple seating areas.
The doors to Vanderpump à Paris will open sometime this winter.