Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by samanthaelizabeth, May 5, 2015.
Anyone know where the nearest Sbucks is?
Planet Hollywood across the street has 2.
Vdara and Aria both have one as well. There's another in the City Center mall and another on the street in front of the Mandarin Oriental. I don't think there's one in the Cosmo either. Those 6 should be enough for you though.
Jean Philippe is way better anyway.
At least give Bellagio's coffee a try. It's very good. I head for Cafe Bellagio first thing in the morning to get a cup to go to start my day.
Kudos to the Bellagio
No Starbucks at Cosmo, they have their own shop Va Bene and it's delicious. They've converted me to brewing Illy coffee while at home.
There is no Starbucks there, because it's the Bellagio. They already make the absolute best coffee I have ever tasted. Try it. It's insanely good.
Thank you, I will!
Thank you, I will!
I go play BJ at Bellagio in the morning just so I can have a few coffees there.
That coffee made a little Irish is a darn good drink in the morning too!
Yeah, there's something about B's coffee and chocolate croissant that I must always have in the AM when I stay there.
Starbuck's has improved, not that many seven-word orderers would care. But far as I know, their beans are still not the best and are not roasted fresh on or near the premises, and that means they can't be taken seriously.
If you want excellent coffee at home, buy whole beans from a local place that can tell you what day they were roasted. Get a coffee mill. It's better than a blade grinder. Prepare just enough beans for the pot you're making. If you do that, you'll save a lot of money and drink a lot better. Unless you like paying $5 for a mediocre milkshake.
Roast your own! Beans are half the price and cannot be fresher.
You don't go to a Starschmuck's in Vegas. Bellagio's coffee is sweet nectar of the gods.
Closest option would probably be in vdara
Bellagio also has two places right by the pool entrance - Palio and Café Gelato - where you can get coffee, pastries, gelato etc and the coffee there is much, much better than Starbucks IMO.
Roasting one's own beans is not for the faint of heart. My brother-in-law, an aficionado, tried it for a while and quit. It saves money, but it also requires time, a bit of skill, the ability to secure high quality green beans, and a good place to do the roasting.
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