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Best meal at the Palazzo/Venetion??

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by bigal3967, Apr 15, 2013.

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  1. bigal3967

    bigal3967 Tourist

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    Gunna be at the Palazzo for a week in June with my wife. What is the best sit down, romantic type meal there. Thanks for your suggestions!!

    Big Al
     
  2. PopMegaphone

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    What types of food do you enjoy? What is your budget?
     
  3. bigal3967

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    No real budget, don't want to spend $100 a plate but do want it to be nice. We like Italian, seafood and steaks. Want something with good atmosphere but not too loud. Thanks for any suggestions.

    Big Al
     
  4. Marky147

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    Lavo in the Palazzo is a pretty good Italian, and not too expensive either from memory.

    A group of us ate outside overlooking the strip, it was a really good meal and should fit into the <100 pp too.

    I know that Lavo is a nightclub once the restaurant closes, but we ate quite late and I don't remember it being too loud from memory.
     
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    Between Pal & Ven is B&B. Check Yelp or Open Table for reviews we love it--Italian wirh impeccible service. Or walk into Venetian and go up to Bouchon. Wonderful low key French bistro. Check it out for brunch if you don't do dinner. Either time of day is good.
     
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    I would recommend Lavo as well. I loved that place, and loaded up on appetizers so much that I couldn't finish my main course. Great service too.
     
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    Best meal is Brunch/Breakfast at Bouchon, in the Venezia tower. Delicious.

    I've had great meals at both Morels at Palazzo and Delmonico's at Venetian. Very good steakhouses. Tao is also delicious, but definitely on the pricey side.
     
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    Keep in mind the OP is looking for a romantic meal. Some of the restaurants suggested won't qualify.
     
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    kiwiboy1 Low-Roller

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    Bouchon for Breakfast.
    Tao for Asian
    Delmonico for Steaks
    Grand Lux Palazzo for basic american
     
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    B&B was awful. Worst food and service ever experienced.

    And the friend who I dined with has taken many cooking classes in Italy said the food was terrible as well... and he cooks some of the best Italian food I've eaten.

    Take that with a grain of salt.
     
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    Romance is all in the mind. Take her to Grimaldi's for pizza and listen to her when she talks to you. That will do it. :D
     
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    Ardee.....

    That sounds like excellent advice!
     
  14. bigal3967

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    Thanks, gunna definantly try Delmonico for steaks and a few other ones too.

    thanks for the info!

    Big Al
     
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    +1 for bouchon

    Maybe try pucks postrio in st marks square for dinner? Live entertainment, they lower the lights, overall a really nice fake outdoor atmosphere.
     
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    Another vote for Bouchon and Delmonico.
     
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    It might be a bit out of your budget and a little walk across the street (if there is such a thing as "a little walk across the street" in Vegas) but consider Bartolata in the Wynn

    The service is incredible, the main dining room is beautiful, and if youcan get a table outside around the pool/pond, I could not imagine a more romantic setting. The food is wonderful...it has the most wonderfully prepared fish I have every eaten. I have had the bronzino and the snapper - both excellent. Great seafood risotto and grilled lagostino. But the ravioli in a cheese sauce was the best ravioli I have ever tasted. They do have some non-seafood items as well. I was there last week with 5 well traveled diners and several of us felt it was the single best meal we have ever eaten.

    If you are going to splurge on your wife for one dinner on our trip, this one is it.
     
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    if you like steaks

    Cut if you like waygu steaks
    carenvino for long dry age
    bouchon for French bistro


    The rest are standard "good" hotel choices

    fk
     
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