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Best restraunt for around or under 70$ per person??

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Bamfbowhunter, May 2, 2012.

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  1. Bamfbowhunter

    Bamfbowhunter Low-Roller

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    We are going to Garth in June and we are trying to decide where to eat b4 the show. There will be 6 of us tho and so don't want to spend any more than like 60-70$ per person. We are staying at MGM and have to go to Wynn for the show so location doesn't really matter
     
  2. PopMegaphone

    PopMegaphone VIP Whale

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    Does 60-70 include tax and tip? How about drinks?

    What type of food are you interested in?
     
  3. jrinct1

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    Grande Luxe would be worth a consideration. Agree with given better parameters would narrow it down a tad. I am assuming you dont want a buffet.
     
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    tldbucs Low-Roller

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    I second the Grande Luxe.
     
  6. martay

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    I say Circus Circus Steakhouse. It's really nice, and the steak prices include all sides.
     
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    Mon Ami Gabi would be a good choice.
     
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    schwaiguy Low-Roller

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    I'd suggest Sage at Aria, which is classified as modern American I guess.

    Jaleo at Cosmopolitan would be another one to consider, tapas with a modern twist.
     
  10. Thadeus

    Thadeus Low-Roller

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    I'll second this, reasonably priced for that location, make a reservation and maybe you will get sidewalk seating.
     
  11. jerseyguy

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    I'll third that

    We usually come in way less than $70 pp ,2 meals & large carafe of Frangria,maybe $90-$100 w/tax and tip.
     
  12. The Equalizer

    The Equalizer Low-Roller

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    I don't get grande luxe its a chain you can eat at in many cities its good food but there is so many better options in vegas. For me id go to lotus of Siam but I love Thai food. Mesa grill is awesome and falls in that price range. Circus circus steakhouse is great if your looking at a steak place in that price range. But without a cuisine your interested narrowing down 100s of places is hard to do.
     
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  13. TylerH50

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    Disagree on Mon Ami Gabi. Sure the food is good and it is good people watching outside, but it will be 100F minimum in July, and the inside of Mon Ami Gabi is very crowded. If you lean back in your chair too far, you might head butt a waiter.

    If I'd have to pick, I'd go w/ The Range Steakhouse @ Harrahs. I really love that place. You could get away w/ a good dinner & a couple of glasses of wine for under $70 per.
     
  14. bdg626

    bdg626 Low-Roller

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    I'd agree with Jaleo. It's fantastic and really different than most other places. I usually split about 6-8 tapas dishes and a large carafe of sangria and it comes out to just about $50-$70pp with taxes and tip. Sage is a little more than that, I think. (this is for 2 people).

    MESA is also another good suggestion!

    I also will disagree on Mon Ami Gabi. I thought it was all rather generic and would not make any serious effort to go back.

    :beer:
     
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