James Beard Award-winning pastry chef Dominique Ansel has found his second home on The Las Vegas Strip and is introducing a new dining destination at Paris Las Vegas. Following the success of Dominique Ansel Las Vegas, which opened at Caesars Palace in October 2022, Dominique Ansel Marché is set to debut in fall 2024.

Inspired by the sidewalk markets in France, Dominique Ansel Marché marks the launch of an entirely new concept from the inventor of the Cronut, showcasing croissants and viennoiserie baked fresh each morning, made-to-order crêpes, seasonal fresh fruit tarts and cakes, ice cream and more. The Paris Las Vegas location will also offer a variety of savory items, including succulent rotisserie chicken and potatoes as a nod to the Parisian street-side staple.

“I've always loved the open-air markets that often pop up throughout Paris, where you can find the best and freshest foods. These outdoor markets inspired us to create a brand-new concept at Paris Las Vegas,” says Chef Dominique Ansel. “We’ll be baking fresh croissants daily, fruit tarts and cakes with beautiful in-season ingredients, making crêpes to order like my early memories from back home and serving rotisserie chicken and many of our signature pastries. There will be plenty of café seating that’s perfect for people-watching with a cup of coffee, just like on the sidewalks of France.”

In addition, a selection of the signature menu items fans love at Caesars Palace will find a new home at Paris Las Vegas, such as the iconic Cronut, the DKA (Dominique’s Kouign Amann), Chocolate Chip Cookie Shots, Frozen S’mores, baked-to-order Mini Madeleines and some of the best croissants in Vegas.

Spanning more than 5,000 square feet, Dominique Ansel Marché will offer café-style and park bench seating for approximately 50 guests. Greenery and trees will enhance the experience of dining along the streets of Paris, while flower stands and hanging awnings will add to the market atmosphere.

“Paris Las Vegas has undergone several changes over the last few years, from the Versailles Tower hotel renovation to the addition of several new food and beverage offerings,” says Jason Gregorec, senior vice president and general manager of Paris Las Vegas. “As we approach the 25th anniversary of our iconic resort, we celebrate the evolution of Paris Las Vegas and welcome Chef Dominique Ansel to our expanding culinary roster. We look forward to Chef Dominique bringing his expertise in French pastries to our Parisian-inspired resort.”

Dominique Ansel Marché will occupy the former JJ's Boulangerie space near The Bedford by Martha Stewart at Paris Las Vegas.