Vintner Grill

10100 W. Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas NV 89135
$$$ American

Modern and innovative, the Vintner Grill is a neighborhood restaurant worth seeking out. Head to the Summerlin Bistro to experience Chef Matthew Silverman's Mediterranean-influenced American cuisine. Sit in the modern indoor dining room or on the canopied outdoor patio, and delight in fresh ingredients and creative presentations. The menu, which changes daily, offers such delights as pan-seared crab cakes with tarragon cream, porcini mushroom tortellini, and moroccan-spiced lamb spare ribs with apricot glaze. The extensive and worldly wine list includes wine flights; an extensive beer selection will compliment any meal. And save room -- desserts by Vosges Haut Chocolat offer a decadent conclusion.

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Business Info

  • Address: 10100 W. Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas NV 89135
  • Cross Street: Indigo Drive
  • Location: Summerlin
  • Cuisine: American |
  • Cost: | Moderate
  • Category: Casual Dining
  • Star Rating:
  • Reservations: Recommended
  • Dress Code: Casual Elegant
  • Meals Served: Lunch | Dinner |
  • Parking: Public Lot |
  • Payment Options: None |
  • Corkage Fee: N/A
  • Phone: (702) 214-5590
  • Features: Winning Wine List,
  • Occasion: None,

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Customer Reviews & Ratings

3.0 out of 5 stars based on 10 votes

Overall: 10/10
Food: 10/10
Service: 10/10
Ambience: 10/10
Value: 10/10
Dec 08, 2023
Gail J.
paid $102 foe egift card. no gift care sent to me.

Overall: 0/10
Food: 0/10
Service: 0/10
Ambience: 0/10
Value: 10/10
Sep 11, 2023
Susan H.
September 10, 2023 Since opening in 2006, we have been loyal patrons of Vintner Grill as our go-to restaurant for special occasions and treating visitors from out of town, as well as just a fine place to go for a consistently great meal surrounded by lovely décor. To celebrate my husbands’ birthday and our anniversary, which are four days apart, we booked a table for last night. Upon arriving we were greeted, and I use that term very loosely, but an unfriendly hostess, who had a gentlemen seat us at a table near the bar. After we were seated, we realized that friends who we hadn’t seen for a long time were at the bar, so naturally we got up to speak with them. After no more than 30 seconds greeting and hugging our friends, the unhappy hostess rushed over and yelled at us to clear the area immediately, as though we were blocking a fire exit or something. The reprimanding way she spoke to us didn’t sit too well, especially with my husband, who asked to speak to the manager. The waiter pointed out who it was, and we recognized him as the man who had seated us. Our friend that was dining with us had seen the manager guzzling down a large glass of wine in plain sight of the customers after our arrival, which struck him as odd. Once the manager finished up what he was doing he came to our table, and my husband told him what happened and how rude the hostess was, and that he was so upset he felt like getting up and walking out. The manager appeared to be listening, but the look on his face was one of complete uninterest. When the explanation was finished, the managers’ response was “If that would make you feel better that’s what you should do”. The three of us looked at each other in disbelief that this was his solution to the situation, so we got up and left. To try to salvage the rest of the evening, we went to Hawthorn Grill located in the JW Marriott, where we were greeted with a smile and enthusiasm, even though we didn’t have a reservation. We th