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In Italian, "scarpetta" refers to the shape bread takes when it is used to soak up every last morsel of a dish. Chef Scott Conant hopes diners will do just that when they eat at his casual and festive modern Italian eatery. Conant makes all his own pasta, which takes front-and-center on the eclectic menu (the simple spaghetti with tomato and basil is, in a word, divine). Also worth trying: Sicilian-spiced duck breast with preserved orange, root vegetables, and caramelized endive; or Mediterranean Branzino with salsa verde. Floor-to-ceiling windows that look out on the Bellagio and the Strip provide memorable views. For a more casual experience, try D.O.C.G., Conant's wine bar and light-bite eatery next door.

Updated: 05-14-2013

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    I've been here twice now and all I can say is WOW!!! The menu changes so ask your waiter for recommendations and listen. The portions are a little on the small side and they have no problem with sharing either which I like but if you need the side of beef, there are other places for you. BUT trust me, nobody probably does it better. There's a great view of the Bellagio fountain show if you can get past the food too.

    by Jack_K, 2/16/13

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