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post #16 of 94
^Rosemary's is my favorite in Las Vegas and i've lived here a few years.
post #17 of 94
If you want Italian food, head to Gina's Bistro. It's on Durango and Flamingo (20-30 minutes off the strip I'd say).

Also in Summerlin there's http://www.marchebacchus.com which is excellent, has great wine and is next to one of our many man-made "lakes."

Rosemary's is also good as others have said.

There's also Roma Deli; although it's a deli, it has seating and they make some great stuff. Spring Mountain and Jones.

If you want any Chinese, Vietnamese or Korean we have a "Chinatown" on Spring Mountain which almost reaches the strip. I think it ends just after Valley View.

Good burgers can be found at Otto's which is across the street from UNLV (and we have In-n-Out).

Indian food is available at Ghandi's on Paradise and Flamingo (best in town - but it's not amazing).


As for the strip . . . what a horrible place. Enjoy your stay and thanks for the tax dollars.
post #18 of 94
I had a great experience at Aureole, I can't recommend it enough, but I'm sure it's a step or two below Savoy and Robuchon. Also, Bouchon for brunch is excellent. Make sure not to overlook the beignets (sp?) at Bouchon. And order fries with brunch.
post #19 of 94
I really liked David Burke in the Venetian as well...

Sushi Roku (Caesars New Forum) and/or Shebuya (MGM) are very good for Asian.
post #20 of 94
last time i was in vegas i ate at n9ne in palms and had the bone in filet. It was probably the best piece of meat I have ever had. Highly reccomend the place
post #21 of 94
I haven't seen anyone mention Alex, Fleur de Lys, or Bradley Ogden. Best meal I've ever had in vegas was Robuchon. Worst by far was Craftsteak. I prefer Nob Hill to Michael Mina.
post #22 of 94
I've had terrible meals at both Mix & Nob Hill.
post #23 of 94
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I haven't seen anyone mention Alex, Fleur de Lys, or Bradley Ogden.

Best meal I've ever had in vegas was Robuchon.
Worst by far was Craftsteak.

I prefer Nob Hill to Michael Mina.

You should write Collichio and tell him. He'll tear everyone there a new one.
post #24 of 94
For steakhouses, I like Delmonico's in the Venetian. Here are a couple of secrets, though. First off, the Circus Circus property is a nightmare but they have a steakhouse there that is classic, reasonably priced and has good steak. The steakhouse in Circus Circus is truly a hidden gem. Unfortunately, you still have to walk through parts of the property to get there. The second one is the steakhouse in Binion's. There's a great view from there and the food is good.
post #25 of 94
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There is a Bouchon there. I have never been, but I love the one in Yountville.

I've only been to two places in Vegas. The Bouchon at the Venetian and the buffet at the Wynn. They were both very good.
post #26 of 94
Anybody have experience with Prime in Bellagio? I looked at the menu and it just seemed a little "frou frou" to me for a steakhouse. But I hear great things. Another great steak in Vegas is Charlie Palmer's in the Four Seasons.
post #27 of 94
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Anybody have experience with Prime in Bellagio? I looked at the menu and it just seemed a little "frou frou" to me for a steakhouse. But I hear great things.

Another great steak in Vegas is Charlie Palmer's in the Four Seasons.

I ate a Prime in the Bellagio the last I was in vegas. The strip steak there is one of the better steaks that I've had.
post #28 of 94
when you typed "vegas restaurants" into the title box, didn't it show you that there were already 2 threads on the subject, and you could have simply resurrected one of them?

isn't that the point of showing you the old threads?
post #29 of 94
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Anybody have experience with Prime in Bellagio?
The first time was great. The second time was terrible. The second time I went the only memorable things were the side items: truffle mashed potatoes and tempura onion rings.
post #30 of 94
Also for Italian seafood, Bartolatta(sp?) at the Wynn is really wondeful for simply prepared fish and seafood flown in from Italy.
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