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Las Vegas Restaurants

Table 34

  • 600 E. Warm Springs Rd. Map It
  • Paradise Road
  • Eclectic

Updated 05/28/2014

Fodor's Review

Run by Laurie Kendrick and Stan Carroll, two highly respected Vegas chefs who trained under Wolfgang Puck, this intimate, modern restaurant with clean lines, blond-wood floors, and high ceilings looks like something you'd find in California wine country. Especially good among the reasonably priced, outstanding bistro creations are the fresh pastas and thin-crust pizzas (try the one topped with prosciutto, figs, and blue cheese). Entrees such as herb-roasted chicken with apple-sage dressing and all-beef meatloaf with mashed potatoes and onion gravy each score high marks. An impressive wine list has nearly 100 selections. Note: the restaurant sits just south of where Paradise Road intersects with Interstate 215 (south of the airport), and the constant planes overhead contribute a bit of unpleasant noise.

Restaurant Information


600 E. Warm Springs Rd., Las Vegas, Nevada, 89119, United States

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Restaurant Details:

  • Closed Sun. No lunch Sat.

Updated 05/28/2014


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By ronurc

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Dec 5, 2009

Table 34 Review

My wife and I are flavor fanatics and we're very fortunate to live very close to table 34. We have been in Vegas for 15 years and have been to many, many fine restaurants here. Each time we go to Table 34 we have never been disappointed. It's a clean restaurant with friendly, curteous service. The food, portions and freshness are all second to none! If you don't try it, you'll be missing a unique experience. We're on our way there tonight to celebrate

our 39 year anniversary. Couldn't pick a better place to celebrate it!

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By BJArias

  • Décor

  • Service

  • Value

Aug 16, 2007

Worth the detour.

Just a few minutes off the heart of the strip, and well worth the sight detour. The food is always interesting and well prepared, and service attentive... prices are reasonable. Lunch is always crowded... weekend evenings as well. You will return.

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