George Lucas, world famous film producer and creator of “Star Wars,” dined at Serendipity 3 at Caesars Palace on Sunday, Dec. 4. The four- time Academy Award nominee sat a table inside with five friends, talking and browsing through the menu before placing their order.
The group watched parts of the Las Vegas Marathon set-up, benefiting from the restaurant’s Strip-side location. Balancing the hot and cold on such a brisk Las Vegas day, Lucas and his group ordered Caffe Serendip and a variety of Serendipity’s signature Frrrozen hot chocolates, including the classic Frrrozen hot chocolate which has been served to more than 100,000 guests since the restaurant’s opening in 2010.
Serendipity is one of New York City’s most beloved eateries with more than 50 years of history. The Las Vegas location offers a one-of-a-kind dining experience, adjacent to the iconic fountains of Caesars Palace and the bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip. The restaurant serves over-the-top desserts and sweets that are perfect for the ultimate indulgence in addition to the variety of savory creations that makes the whimsical restaurant a haven of comfort food.