James Beard Award-Winning Chef will introduce new menu items and specials

Marché Bacchus is proud to announce that James Beard Award-Winning Chef Bradley Ogden has joined the team as its Culinary Director.


“We are thrilled to be working with such an acclaimed chef,” says co-owner Rhonda Wyatt. “He will bring a new culinary chapter and value to our restaurant as well as delight our guests’ palates. We are excited to feature some of his famed signature dishes to our menu and evolve with his esteemed culinary expertise.”


New Menu Items and Specials by James Beard Award-Winning Chef



Awarded Chef of the Year by the Culinary Institute, Restaurant of the Year and Best California Chef by the James Beard Foundation, Chef Bradley will bring his talents to the northwest part of the Valley.


“As a chef, my career has always been inspired by fresh foods’ true quality and flavors. Growing up with the farm-to-table concept in Michigan, my roots are in American food,” says Chef Bradley. “I have developed relationships with farmers and purveyors across the country using fresh ingredients at the peak of their season. I am driven by a passion for bringing exciting American ingredients farm-to-table with dedication and flair. Marche Bacchus is reminiscent of my restaurant at Lark Creek Inn; and I look forward to innovative product development, building a culinary team, enhancing the culture and a long term relationship with the Wyatts.”


The Manhattan-esque-themed vibe and its shell bar seating 18 is the home to more than 60 single malt Scotch options, as well as premium and hard-to-find varieties of bourbon, rye, tequila, cognac, and Armagnac. Adjacent to the retail wine shop, the ambient bar features an eclectic way to experience the cuisine. Opened for lunch, brunch, and dinner; Happy Hour takes place from 4 to 6.m. every day, except Saturday.


Marché Bacchus is located at 2620 Regatta Dr., 10 miles from the Las Vegas strip in the Desert Shores community near Summerlin. For more info, visit marchebacchus.com, and follow on Facebook @ MarcheBacchus and Instagram @ marche_bacchus.


About Chef Bradley Ogden: 

Las Vegas cheered when Chef Bradley Ogden opened his namesake restaurant in Caesars Palace, and guests were delighted to have the opportunity to sample the famed Bay-area chef’s “New American Cuisine” outside of California. As with the famous Lark Creek Inn and other Bradley Ogden restaurants, the restaurant has celebrated the cuisine since 2003. Chef Bradley has been awarded Chef of the Year by the Culinary Institute, Restaurant of the Year and Best California Chef by the James Beard Foundation. As Culinary Director of Marché Bacchus, Chef Bradley will create new menu items and bring new culinary adventures.

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About Marché Bacchus French Bistro & Wine Shop

Marché Bacchus French Bistro & Wine Shop is known for its traditional and contemporary French dishes, including a variety of meat and seafood dishes, seasonal dishes, vegetarian/vegan, and children’s menus. The ambiance includes breathtaking waterfront views, wine cork art, 75 wine glasses by the glass, and 950 wine labels for guests to choose from in their adjoining wine shop. The restaurant also offers live entertainment, lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch and caters to private parties. Marché Bacchus is located in Desert Shores at 2620 Regatta Drive #106.