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Breakfast at Bouchon (Venetian)

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by ardee, Oct 30, 2012.

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  1. ardee

    ardee VIP Whale

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    Some great friends of ours have gifted us with a stay at Palazzo in January.
    We're mostly Wynn-ophiles but can be persuaded to mix it up on occasion. :wink2:


    I'm trying to gather a list of strong "maybes" for our meals at Venetian/Palazzo.

    So far the hub is highly interested in Carnevino and Bouchon.

    I've heard that Bouchon offers a wonderful breakfast menu
    and it's served until 10:30am on weekdays, so if we're up early enough
    I'd like to try it.
    Anyone on the board been there lately?
    Let me know what you thought of the food and service, if you'd be so kind.

    Any other breakfast venue recommendations at these hotels would also be appreciated.

    Also, how about their room service? What did you think?
     
  2. JillyFromPhilly

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    We were just there earlier this month - Bouchon and Morel's were both excellent for breakfast as always - I'd give the edge to Bouchon for something different - Morel's is very good too, but in a more generic upscale hotel restaurant breakfast kind of way [we basically consider it a calmer, more upscale alternative for breakfast to Grand Luxe], whereas Bouchon is much more unique.

    Palazzo room service - underwhelmed by selection, but impressed by speed & quality.

    I've been meaning to get more reviews up but unfortunately have been sidelined with family commitments, work & Hurricane Sandy since we got back - but hopefully I'll be able to give a more detailed review soon.
     
  3. ardee

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    Thanks, Jilly. Looking forward to it.
     
  4. kitson

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    bouchon for breakfast is a treat, and while it is somewhat expensive for breakfast, the coffee cup is never empty and the coffee is really, really, really good, so the value you get, if a coffee drinker, makes up for the price on the other really good food. of course, if money is no object, the 13 dollar bellini's are awesome, too.

    i know that the trendy steakhouse's like carnevino now are fairly loud, so if you want more of a classic steakhouse in the v/p complex, you could consider delmonico.

    for an emeril place at a lower price point than delmonico, table 10 up the escalator in the palazzo is pretty good.

    first, also up in the front of the upstairs, is supposed to be trendy...i hated it.
     
  5. HoyaHeel

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    We're heading to Vegas for our trade show in Feb (2013) and will most likely be staying at TI (because we never have) Our show is at Sands this year (usually it's at MBay) and we're looking forward to having a beer and some bites at Public House after a long day standing on our feet:thumbsup: A group of board members had a meal there last week and told me the short ribs were outstanding (and I think the beer selection got a :thumbsup: too) Their menu is online (lunch & dinner as far as I'm aware)
     
  6. ardee

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    Husband half here. Short Ribs at Public House? You now have my undivided attention.
     
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    I think their menu looks great - casual - perfect for us to grab an appetizer and a beer at 5:30 when the show ends, and if we like the beer enough, extend to an early dinner:ssst:

    http://publichouselv.com/downloads/publichouse-food.pdf

    Not cheap, but what at Venetian/Palazzo is?
     
  8. DK528

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    Ardee, I believe Bouchon now offers breakfast until 1pm on weekdays. Highly recommend it!
     
  9. ardee

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    Good to know. This one is high on the list! :thumbsup:


    Thanks to everyone for all of the info.
    Much appreciated.
     
  10. xmarksx

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    Ardee, have you given First Food a look? We did the Sunday brunch witha Restaurant.com cert and enjoyed it. However, it would be (in my opinion) overpriced without the cert.
     
  11. Vegasvics

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    Breakfast @ Bouchon is a must if you're staying at Palazzo
     
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    A superb choice for breakfast, fairly priced, not to be missed.
     
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    I have dined at Bouchon for breakfast several times and it has been a great experience each time. I highly recommend the sourdough waffles topped with fresh strawberries. The country sausages are delicious, one side dish is more than enough for two people. I believe that they don't accept reservations for breakfast; I ususally get there about 9 AM and never had to wait very long for a table. The wait staff is excellent; very professional.
     
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    Just to follow this up:

    We did make it to Bouchon for breakfast. The wife had oatmeal and a baguette with coffee and juice (pineapple). I had the Breakfast Jardiniere - two eggs any style, toasted brioche, tropical fruit salad, sautéed spinach, Lyonnaise potatoes, pastry, juice (tomato), and coffee. It was quite possibly the best breakfast I have ever had in Vegas. Definitely on the list for a repeat visit.
     
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    How would this place be for solo dining? Very curious as I've never made it past the hostess stand due to the wait and an impatient companion.
     
  16. ardee

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    It would be fine for a solo visit. Go during a weekday and avoid the brunch. That's when it gets really crowded. But there are plenty of tables for one or two people about.
     
  17. WHITEJACKET73

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    I've dined their solo a couple of times, never had a problem; in fact I plan on having breakfast there on Friday Feb 1st to start off my Super Bowl weekend.
     
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    Best brunch in vegas in my opinion. The pastries are amazing.
     
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    I've gone there several times by myself and had a great time. It's always more fun to have breakfast with somebody that you can talk to, but have definitely enjoyed a great breakfast when I had to go alone. The waitstaff is great and always make me feel comfortable whenever I've dined there.
     
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    Bouchon breakfast

    Whatever you order, get something with the pommes frites. They are perfectly crispy, thin straws of heaven, and are served in an enormous pile. I recommend the croque madame.
     
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