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Caesars Palace Suggestions Needed

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by RedRiverRose, Sep 16, 2014.

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  1. RedRiverRose

    RedRiverRose Low-Roller

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    Can anyone offer any tips or suggestions for things to do while staying at Caesers Palace? I will arrive there Monday for four nights and am interested in food; shopping and other things to do when I am not gambling. How is the buffet and what should I expect? A good breakfast suggestion would be great as long as it is not to far for a disabled person confined to an electric wheel chair. Your thoughts are appreciated.
     
  2. NCAAHoops

    NCAAHoops Low-Roller

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    We had a great meal at Joes Seafood Steak & Crab at the forum shoppes. It is also accessable from the outside with the valet closest to the Mirage. The food was very good and the service as well. We enjoyed it very much

    Enjoy your trip
     
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    Buffet is the best in town but expensive. I might encourage you to do it one time. I was there opening month when it was more reasonably priced. Now it's about $45 I think which seems a bit high for a buffet. Tons of food choices in the Forum Shops Mall. Cheap eats at Cheesecake Factory. Lot's of dining options and shopping for you close by. I cannot comment of bfast as I am not normally up in time to get bfast! I'm more of a late brunch kind of guy.
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    If you want casual food, I am a big fan of munchbar. It's also near the sportsbook, which is a good place to relax and kill some time
     
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    Mesa Grill and GR Pub and Grill are great choices for food also!
     
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    +1 for Mesa Grill (steak with the Espresso rub, yummmm), Raos is good too.
     
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    One place that really caught my eye was Payard's. They have a full restaurant, but also a retail shop that has amazing pastry, and a quick service area with a very busy crepe's counter. The plates coming out of there looked amazing, and if my memory is right, they were in the $12-14 range. I have it on my list for a breakfast stop the next time I go, I'm sure if you pass by it you will see enough plates going by that you will know if it interests you!

    Good luck!
     
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    I've been to Payard's Bistro for lunch and dinner as well as the quick serve. It's really good. Beijing Noodle #9 is awesome too.
     
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    Payard is a go-to for my wife and I for breakfast at least once every trip. Best eggs benedict I've ever had every time we've been. Not usually a long wait even though it's small inside.
     
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    oc_guy Low-Roller

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    MunchBar is gone.
     
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    shokhead I'm no big spender!

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    1. Is there a bar that's cheaper to buy drinks at then the others?
    2, What's the most fun bar?
    3. What is a few things that are free that you must see at CP other then the forum shops?
    4. Something that most might not know about that's pretty cool at CP.
     
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    bluerider Low-Roller

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    Mesa Grill.

    It's on my personal Top 5 Vegas restaurants. I try to visit every trip!
     
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    rubbing these
    cleopatra_caesars_palace1.jpg
     
  14. Tank45

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    Oh no, I loved MunchBar! Say it ain't so!
     
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    We were just there in september. The whole food court is closed for renovations. There is nothing there now for quick eats. Only restaurants. MunchBar is indeed gone. It has been munched up (sorry, I had to do it) by the renovations for the new oontz oontz oontz club to replace pure.
     
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    Agreed, We stayed at the Bellagio but it was worth the walk to Payard to have their eggs benedict for breakfast which is served on a croissant.

    The show at Ceasears Palace is Absinthe and it's awesome, one of the best in vegas (assuming you arn't easily offended)
     
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