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Encourage me: L'atelier

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by BlueSkadoo, Jul 23, 2012.

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  1. BlueSkadoo

    BlueSkadoo VMB Sweetheart

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    Ok guys...I need a pep talk. How pathetic will I look if I have a birthday dinner solo at L'atelier? From reading past threads and personal experience, I know you have to make reservations here even for one, but is it worth telling them its my birthday?
    Ps- How much is the wine pairing, maybe that will put me at ease. LOL
     
  2. Kimsa70

    Kimsa70 High-Roller

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    I always dine solo in Vegas. I'll be having the tasting menu at Le Cirque on 8/31 and actually, today I was thinking is it okay to do that? I had the tasting menu solo at miX with no problem. Enjoy yourself and the fine food!
     
  3. robert m.

    robert m. High-Roller

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    There is absolutely nothing pathetic about dining solo!

    Celebrate your birthday & be happy!

    Most of my Vegas journeys are solo, and I truly enjoy a couple of fine dining evenings each trip.

    It seems like I get good service as a solo diner, and it is a nice quiet break from the noise of the casino.
     
  4. PopMegaphone

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    I've seen many people dine solo at L'atelier, including myself. L'atelier is one of the best restaurants in Vegas to dine solo. The restaurants is basically all bar seating and it's entertaining to watch them prepare food.
     
  5. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    sitting at the counter is a great place to dine solo. i always sit at the bar when i'm eating alone. it usually gives you someone to talk to and at L'Atelier, it also gives you a lot to watch as they're making the food.
     
  6. johnvic

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    I ate there solo at the counter. It was amazing to say the least.

    Go enjoy yourself!
     
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    Royal Flusher Savvy Gambler

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    I think a bunch of us should fly out there for dessert with you on your birthday. That would decrease the patheticism significantly!!!
     
  8. airball1996

    airball1996 High-Roller

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    We ate there earlier this month. The tasting menu was $159, and wine pairings are an additional $105.

    I'd feel comfortable dining solo there. We saw a few people dining solo there. Go for it.

    Pics of the food we had on my trip report in the TR section. Go to day 3.
     
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