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Anniversary Meal

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by paul.hodnett, Jul 3, 2014.

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  1. paul.hodnett

    paul.hodnett Tourist

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    Dear All

    Its our 25th wedding anniversary on our 1st trip to Vegas, Any ideas of a special restaurant to mark the occasion? Was looking at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant, but as a newbie would welcome any other ideas:nworthy:
     
  2. bu$hman

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    I am down with your choice (it's where I proposed to my wife...and she accepted!) If you can, try and get table 56 (it's the corner table with a great view of Las Vegas Blvd., Bellagio fountains.) Tell them it's your anniversary. That may help. Contact Lyle Tolhurst ([email protected]). I will post other thoughts later, but I don't think you can go wrong with your immediate choice.
     
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    What type of food do you like and do you have a price limit? That may help people with suggestions.
     
  4. bu$hman

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    Certainly a good idea. I was going on the presumption they liked food, all kinds (man after my own heart.) My wife and I spend our anniversary dinners at Vic And Anthony's (Golden Nugget). We both like steak, she with the surf. We always ask to be seated in the private dining area (upstairs, overlooking the rest of the restaurant) and have been fortunate enough to have our wishes accommodated. Only about 4 tables up there, so, it's pretty quiet. We also like other steakhouses (Circus Circus, Golden Steer.) I am sure more will chime in, especially if you give input based on the above post.
     
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    Also a good question is: where are you staying and how are you planning on getting to the restaurant?
     
  6. paul.hodnett

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    Staying at Vdara , so plan to walk through the Bellagio.
     
  7. paul.hodnett

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    We dont mind most foods, probably look to have a nice steak myself , but my wife likes fish. Price limit around $200 ish

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    Thanks Bushman. Will take your advice.
     
  8. bu$hman

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    Haven't been there in a while, but, if you're planning to walk through Bellagio, Le Cirque might be another alternative. Both Eiffel Tower and Le Cirque are French cuisine. I just checked Le Cirque, and I see Dover Sole on the menu. Love the Dover Sole. Their signature salad was very memorable, also.

    Write back what you did, and how it was. I am curious. Going to be in LV early Aug.
     
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    May check that out as the Cirque Dover Sole sounds good. Also there from the 4th - 9th August so will let you know how we get on. Thanks
     
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    Casa Di Amore. Free limo ride to and from the restaurant to your hotel.
     
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  11. paul.hodnett

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    Thanks Zamboni, looks good. May well have to visit.
     
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    I love the Eiffel Tower restaurant also, and if view is important, that is an amazing one. I did have an AMAZING meal at BLT, Bally's new steakhouse last week. The food, drinks, and service were all excellent. I had filet and husband had bone-in ribeye.
     
  13. Nolablackjack

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    First...congratulations on your anniversary. We have been fortunate to eat a few really good meals in Las Vegas. These include Aureole in Mandalay Bay, Picasso at the Bellagio, Sage at Aria, Julian Serranos at Aria, SW steakhouse at Wynn etc... I have to say, for a romantic anniversary dinner I would highly recommend Picasso- it was a nice meal, was not rushed and excellent service. From a food perspective I would choose Sage. The food is absolutely phenomenal however the restaurant can get quite loud.
     
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    Thanks for the link Bushman. It will probably be the Pacific Halibut for my wife and the Broiled Filet Mignon for me.
     
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    Le Cirque is a favorite of ours - small, elegant without being stuffy, quiet, excellent food and artful presentation plus wine pairings. Very experienced and knowledgable staff. If you go, you can call the restaurant directly or have your concierge at your hotel make the reservation.
    Be sure to ask them for a fountain view table and that it is your anniversary - at end of meal they will have a small special dessert in honor of the occasion. We will be there next week for our belated anniversary - we have never been disappointed in anything we have ordered there.
    The Dover sole and Paupiette of sea-bass are favorites and lobster risotto is a great starter! Check out their menu on line - they even have a pre-theatre menu selection with wine pairings for each course if time is a factor.. Also Picasso at Bellagio is truly special, very expensive.
    You won't go wrong with any of the restaurants that have been mentioned here ; I'm sure it will be a special evening and congrats on your anniversary!!
     
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    My wife and I had our 20th Anniversary dinner at the Eiffel Tower. Really enjoyed it, was very memorable. I would highly recommend.
     
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    I've eaten at Eiffel Tower and Le Cirque. They're both nice. However, I'd vote for Gordon Ramsey Steak. It's incredible. I'll be spending my anniversary there this year.
     
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    My wife and I are celebrating our 25th anniversary in Vegas in August (We had planned to go to Europe but we had to replace our roof last year, and it was expensive).

    So I am reading all the suggestions here also.

    -Max
     
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    For those with a little higher price limit....**SPLURGE**, your 25th is only once :)

    I'd HIGHLY recommend either Giada @ THE Cromwell (if you can get a reservation) or Scarpetta at the Cosmo

    Both are have amazing Italian food and both have a GREAT view of the Bellagio fountains!!!
     
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