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Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by golfer1903, Jul 13, 2016.

  1. golfer1903

    golfer1903 Low-Roller

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    When it's that warm in Las Vegas do they really expect you to wear long pants at the nicer steak houses like Delmonico and cut
     
  2. ardee

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    Air conditioning, dude. Air conditioning. And yes, they do expect you to dress decently, as do the other patrons*. That said, I've never seen them turn away anybody for wearing shorts. Walk in wearing a swimsuit or really ratty clothes and they'll suggest you dine somewhere else. Clothes that don't draw a second glance in the casino won't get a second glance at CUT.

    * - Those patrons who are either snobs or people with proper upbringing, depending on your particular approach to the topic. Your mileage may vary, void where prohibited. :soapbox:

    ps - Full disclosure: We ate lunch at Delmonico last week, and I wore cargo shorts and a not-really-all-that-loud Hawaiian shirt and they welcomed us with open arms. Great place, Delmonico. I really recommend it.
     
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  3. mdm4sfest

    mdm4sfest Low-Roller

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    Im always surprised how many people wear long sleeves in the summer while in Vegas. I dont think it borrows most Euros or old people.
     
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  4. golfer1903

    golfer1903 Low-Roller

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    i was talking like a pair of tennis shoes and a polo golf shirt with docker type shorts. I will be walking from aria to where ever cut is at the other end in this heat. thanks
     
  5. ardee

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    From Aria? Take a cab.

    Getting in dressed like that won't raise an eyebrow from anybody.
     
  6. Clancy3434

    Clancy3434 Tourist

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    Walk across the street to PH and just hoof it through the casinos the whole way up to minimize your time in the heat
     
  7. bobby jones

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    Sun care is becomming more of a thing these days. After a couple moles removed and a warning from my MD that I am no longer 18, have fair skin and blue eyes, I tend to be one of those guys depsite the ribbings from my buds about my flashy legs the times I do wear shorts:)
     
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  8. mdm4sfest

    mdm4sfest Low-Roller

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    My girlfriend and I are going to Vegas in a few weeks. Her and I look like salt and pepper next to each other. Im tan, shes not. A few weeks ago we went to an outdoor event and it was cloudy most of the day and she still got burn...like burnt burnt. I told her it was the first ever cloudtan I have ever seen. She bought SPF 50 for Vegas since its her first we we will be walking alot and be by the pool at least once however Im scared no SPF can cure her fair skin.
     
  9. ardee

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    It won't cure it but it will help to protect it.
     
  10. Saharalv

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    Of course you can get burned while its cloudy. The sun is still in the sky emitting rays. Not only should she always use sunscreen, she should reapply every couple of hours.
     
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