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The Venetian Las Vegas to welcome Estiatorio Milos in 2021

16 September 2020

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Seen as one of the finest Mediterranean seafood restaurants in the world, Estiatorio Milos will bring the flavors of Greece to The Venetian Las Vegas in 2021. Famous for its selection of seafood imported fresh daily, Milos uses only the finest ingredients to uphold the extraordinary food philosophy of chef and owner Costas Spiliadis. Complemented by an extensive list of fine wines with a focus on Greece, and a modern aesthetic, dining at Milos is as delicious as it is memorable.

“Estiatorio Milos is known throughout the world to serve guests the freshest seafood straight from the Mediterranean. Our guests will love this stunning addition to our already diverse culinary line-up,” said George Markantonis, president and chief operating officer, The Venetian Resort. “Costas Spiliadis and his team have a true gem on their hands, and we look forward to bringing Milos to life here at The Venetian Resort in 2021.”

One of the most influential chefs in Greek cooking, Spiliadis believes food is best in its purest form, simple and perfect using the most pristine ingredients and cooking with precision so interference with nature is minimal. Like its sister Milos locations, the seafood will be flown in daily from the Mediterranean then put on display in the restaurant’s signature fish market where guests can make their selection. In addition to the vast variety of seafood like whole fish in sea salt, tuna, lobster, salmon, and octopus, Milos is also famous for the Milos Special. Served as a tower and made of fried paper-thin zucchini and eggplant with a tzatziki at the base and within, this Milos signature classic is must try. Dishes also include mouthwatering Greek salad with barrel aged Greek feta plus many more options meant to be shared, family style.

“I’m delighted to bring Milos to a beautiful home in Las Vegas and be a part of The Venetian,” said Spiliadis. “We share a common philosophy centered on quality and hospitality, and I look forward to a great long partnership.”

The design, by Alain Carle Architecte, brings together the essence of Greece, simplicity and elegance using timeless and remarkable architectural materials and decor. This approach echoes the cuisine, where quality, freshness and simplicity have established Estiatorio Milos as a renowned destination with eight locations around the world.

Milos will be open for lunch and dinner when it debuts at The Venetian’s Restaurant Row in 2021.

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