Lifestyle Food Lisa Vanderpump Opens New Paris-Themed Restaurant in Las Vegas — Take a Look Inside Located at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, Vanderpump à Paris' takes diners and their tastebuds on a journey to France, where the Bravo star once lived for nearly a decade By Abigail Adams Abigail Adams Instagram Twitter Digital News Writer, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on March 18, 2022 05:04 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Palm + Ocean Lisa Vanderpump and husband Ken Todd have opened their second Las Vegas restaurant. Located at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, Vanderpump à Paris' takes diners and their tastebuds on a journey to France with its "delicious dishes, whimsical cocktails, and a lush atmosphere," according to a press release. The restaurant, designed by the Vanderpump Rules star, 61, and her design partner Nick Alain, is inspired by the Bravo star's previous life in France, where she and Todd lived for nearly a decade, per the release. "We had such an incredible time living in France for close to 10 years, so we are inextricably tied to the country," said Vanderpump, who has now opened 36 establishments with her husband. Ernesto Garrido "You'll find our love for French wine, delicious French food, and our fascination with French culture peppered throughout Vanderpump à Paris," the reality star continued, adding that Alain was key in bringing "our dreams to life." Ree Drummond Shows Off the New Dishes at Her Oklahoma Restaurant, The Merc: 'Never Been Better' The setting at Vanderpump à Paris is reminiscent of an old Parisian courtyard, with flowers and other elegant greenery placed intentionally throughout the various seating areas. The space features around 200 seats embellished with plush velvet art nouveau banquettes complemented by oversized, ornately-designed pillows. Ernesto Garrido The light fixtures and bespoke furniture featured throughout the space are from Vanderpump and Alain's design line, Vanderpump Alain. Along one wall is a long, white marble bar atop iron bars with crystal chandeliers on either end. Behind it is a large window that offers a cloudy look at the Eiffel Tower and the Seine River, with water flowing down the glass. Want to get the biggest stories from PEOPLE every weekday? Subscribe to our new podcast, PEOPLE Every Day, to get the essential celebrity, entertainment and human interest news stories Monday through Friday. Ernesto Garrido At the center of the space is a gold cocktail chair, with a water fountain sprouting from the top. An even larger maroon cocktail chair can be found in another part of the room. Reese's Rosé! Reese Witherspoon Partners with SIMI Winery on New Wine Inspired by Her Book Club On the menu are several cocktail and wine selections, including some sweet dessert drinks, that can be paired with several "reimagined Parisian classics" such as ratatouille frites, trio of tartares, and French onion mac and cheese. Palm + Ocean Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free weekly newsletter to get the biggest news of the week delivered to your inbox every Friday. Jason Gregorec, SVP and general manager of Paris Las Vegas, called the opening Vanderpump à Paris "the beginning of a new chapter" for the hotel and casino. "Lisa Vanderpump has created a one-of-a-kind destination, featuring decadent cocktails, Parisian- inspired bites and intentional design details for our guests to enjoy," Gregorec said in the press release. Palm + Ocean In 2019, Vanderpump opened her first Las Vegas restaurant Vanderpump Cocktail Garden at Caesars Palace. Her restaurant empire with Todd, which took off 39 years ago, also includes SUR, PUMP, and TomTom in West Hollywood. "I've always had a passion for entertaining," Vanderpump previously told PEOPLE. "I love that whole feeling of making guests feel special and creating a beautiful ambiance and that parlays through the whole space."