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Best $100 per person dinner on the strip

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by joesmom, Jun 16, 2015.

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  1. joesmom

    joesmom Low-Roller

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    Hey all,
    Looking for recommendations for a great meal that will be about $100 per person plus or minus $25 (not including drinks). This will be to celebrate two birthdays, our anniversary and me kicking cancers butt. We are staying on the strip at Bally's. Ideas?
    Thanks
     
  2. kboltwkreations

    kboltwkreations Low-Roller

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    SW at the Wynn on the Patio.
     
  3. Packer

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    ^ Agree!
     
  4. joesmom

    joesmom Low-Roller

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    Thanks you two - I just looked at their menu and it looks like the right kind of place for us!. Think I may book a reservation.
     
  5. Atlsooner

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    Congratulation Joesmom on beating Cancer !!! Happy for you. Mom wife and I are leaving for Vegas Thursday, She has been battling Leukemia for 12 years now, and we decided it is time to start enjoying life, and we are going to Vegas. Hope you have a great time.

    - - - Updated - - -

    My wife has been battling cancer. Sorry about that. :beer:
     
  6. joesmom

    joesmom Low-Roller

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    Oh have a great time!! It is a never ending battle - as you know - they never really cure it - just put you into a hopefully long remission. We aren't going until August - hope you win lots and make lifetime memories!!
    btw - mine was a very aggressive breast cancer - actually two - one in each breast - two different types. Prior to this, I didn't even know there was more than one type ughh
     
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    Top of The World at Stratosphere . Get a romantic sunset reservation. The food, service and ambiance can't be beat.

    Bill
     
  8. joesmom

    joesmom Low-Roller

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    will check that out too! thanks
     
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    We feel your pain. She was diagnosed with breast cancer 2 yrs ago as well. That is being managed very good, the leukemia is a constant battle. But cancer is cancer, and it is nasty and I pray that you live your life long and prosperous.


    Bill, that is where we are headed too.
     
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    LeCirque @ Bellagio is worth a look - nice view of the fountains, small and intimate, outstanding service, and really, really good food.
    Nice wine pairings if you don't want to choose your own.

    If you decide to reserve, be sure to mention your special occasion(s) - they present a nice little personal extra touch item.
    Also, request a table with a fountain view when you make the reservation, if that is important to you.

    So wonderful to hear you beat 'C's butt - been through that with DH, and we celebrated at LeCirque earlier this year - his favorite place to eat in Vegas..

    Enjoy this special occasion trip!!!
     
  11. joesmom

    joesmom Low-Roller

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    Thanks - will look into that also!
     
  12. Bommen

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    Le Cirque is very nice even though i haven't been in a few years, back then it was more like a 300pp if i remember correct and i doubt its cheaper now. I go with SW as some other posters mentioned, try to get a patio seating and order the chili rubbed ribeye for awesome night.
     
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    Big fan of bistro/brasserie, so db Brasserie or Bouchon.
     
  14. UKFanatic

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    At that price, Julian Serrano is the pick for me. Its one of my two favorite restaurants in Vegas and at that level, each person can get at least four plates. Great food, good ambiance, and great staff
     
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    congrats missus....and another +1 for SW
     
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    This restaurant is fantastic and the view is sunset is phenomenal.
    Great experience!!
     
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    Agreed. We had a $200 food comp last trip and ate very handsomely at JS. There is a wide variety, and the staff was spot-on with recommendations. Tapas can be intimidating at first, but dive in and ask for help. Definitely one of the top five meals I've had in Vegas and perfect for your price point.
     
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    Definite + for Serrano here also in Aria Bardot Brassiere is another place worth a look.
     
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    Since you mentioned you were okay with plus or minus about $25, I'd consider Picasso, as well. I believe their two menus are $115 and $125 (four and five courses, respectively). One of the nicest spaces on the Strip, in my opinion, and the fountain view can't be beat.
     
  20. Bommen

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    The problem with these high end restaurants is that you usually end up paying around 300pp after drinks, tax and tips is included. So when a person asking for a 100pp dinner I'm assuming they are not willing to spend that much but maybe I'm wrong.
     
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