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post #16 of 44

I am not an expert for Las Vegas restaurants, but maybe these restaurants could be a possible choice for you:

 

Le Cirque at Bellagio

Picasso at Bellagio

Bouchon at Venetian (owned by Thomas Keller)

 

 

post #17 of 44
Bouchon is my favorite place in Vegas. I always go there. Take a pen. They have paper on the tables for you to draw.
post #18 of 44
Bouchon is quite good and reasonably priced. An excellent option.
post #19 of 44
Also, Bouchon's has $25 corkage. Something to think about if price sensitive. And again have the sweetbreads if on the menu that night.
post #20 of 44
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Also, Bouchon's has $25 corkage. Something to think about if price sensitive. And again have the sweetbreads if on the menu that night.

Thank you. Might bring a bottle of good wine with me. It will still come out cheaper. I've made a reservation at Bouchon. Thank you, everybody.
post #21 of 44
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Try the vegas experience and do a BUFFET!

Or go old school at Casa Di Amore
post #22 of 44
L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon
post #23 of 44

^ That's a great restaurant as well.

post #24 of 44
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^ That's a great restaurant as well.

And expensive.
post #25 of 44
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^ That's a great restaurant as well.

And expensive.

I looked at that one, except that it's almost $300 per person. It's not a special occasion for us and I have a firm belief that restaurants of that caliber must not be diluted by everyday dining. They should be saved for those special days and remembered because of that.
post #26 of 44
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L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon
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^ That's a great restaurant as well.

I thought it was pretty bad.
post #27 of 44
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Do people go to Vegas just to eat and gamble?

this is my question too, except I have friends from high school or such that I know aren't going to Vegas to really eat high-end food, or gamble much money - so what are those people doing? They seem to go at least annually if not more often. I've never been to Vegas and I don't really know if I ever will.
post #28 of 44
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this is my question too, except I have friends from high school or such that I know aren't going to Vegas to really eat high-end food, or gamble much money - so what are those people doing? They seem to go at least annually if not more often. I've never been to Vegas and I don't really know if I ever will.

It's mainly about the clubs, I think. And the tits.
post #29 of 44
oh ok, then I completely understand them.
post #30 of 44
That was barring the Filipino guys I know who seem to go to Vegas every 3 weeks to see Manny fight and then post it on facebook.
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