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gallaghers dress code

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by dernsky, May 27, 2014.

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  1. dernsky

    dernsky Low-Roller

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    would jeans be allowed in the steak house ? leaving in 5 days and dont have dress pants, dont want to buy them for one dinner.thank you:beer:
     
  2. Mizzou233

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    I've eaten here before, and I don't remember them requiring any specific dress code. It's Vegas, and it's summer. I've gone to several nice restaurants in khaki shorts and a polo. The only place I can think of that might have a dress code would be Le Cirque in Bellagio. Either way, you should be good with what you have. If you've got the $, they won't turn you away. Have fun.
     
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  3. melbedewy

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    I've never run into a dress code at any casino restaurant in the country and I were nothing but shorts, sneakers and cheap shirts.
    If you have the money you shouldn't have an issue.
    My experience anyways.
     
  4. thecarve

    thecarve Misanthrope

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    They’ll let you in wearing just about anything. As far as looking not looking out of place? Neat, clean jeans (no holes/tears), non-athletic shoes and a collared shirt would be the minimum in my opinion.
     
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  5. Snidely

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    No wife beaters. Shorts and T-shirts are probably a no go.

    I'd wear jeans, sneakers and a polo or long sleeve dress shirt.
     
  6. Flynn1985

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    was there last year and wore a T-shirt, shorts and a cap and wasnt a problem
     
  7. ABQJeff

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    Went last month, jeans, polo & deck shoes, and didn't feel out of place at all.
     
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    Almost a open dresscode with the exception of tank tops.
     
  9. -(J)-

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    Of course it's not a problem but it's not ideal.
    Gallaghers is not exactly a super fancy formal place but it's a nice place where one should have the decency to dress fairly decent.

    I work in an industry where sneakers, graphic tees, hats etc.. are my day to day. However, I would never dress like that to a LV (or any nice) steakhouse. Some people say they don't care and want to be comfortable but to me it's more comfortable to be dressed to the level of your surroundings. In some cases, it's a sign of respect to the restaurant and other guests. Especially if you want to be taken seriously.

    No matter how nice of a place you go there is always some clown who is too "cool" or too clueless to realize where they are and what time it is.

    You can wear whatever you want but if your paying $50+ for a 12oz piece of beef why the hell wouldn't you dress it up a little?!!
     
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    I concur with the above.
    Ate there only once but can tell you the steaks was pretty thick.
    I don't like them that thick as they are usually tough and very difficult to cook properly but let me tell you they did a great job.
    My wife and I split the one steak and it was plenty for the two of us.
     
  11. Flynn1985

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    What on earth does it have to do with you what I wear, Im only trying to help someone out and since you are so concerned with what I wear i`ll tell you way I was wearing very casual clothes to Gallachers. I was in Vegas with 3 other mid 20s guys who were there to drink beer and gamble so I didn't pack my 3 piece suit.

    Please dont call me a clown as you know absolutely nothing about me. Oh yeah and go fuck yourself prick
     
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  12. ken2v

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    While I've never been a fan of Gallagher's, I am curious as to this comment about thick steaks. A thick chop is the cornerstone of the high-end -- or at home -- steak experience. Now I'd not want a 2" thick Select grade anything from Sizzler, which would qualify for "usually." A Prime or even Choice steak done with the requisite expertise is a thing of beauty, however. Thin is the problem when it comes to the high-heat process of cooking (beef) steak.
     
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    ken2v This Space For Rent

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    I'm not feeling the love here!!!!!! lol
     
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    Oh, dressing for Gallagher's. Gallagher's is one of the more boisterous and casual higher-end steakeries in Vegas. Nice shorts, casual close-toed shoes and a polo-style shirt would be fine fine fine; if you have a ball cap, doff it while inside. I've eaten at a host of Vegas' "better" joints so attired. Now at a Charlie Palmer Steak-type place it would be slacks and loafers down below, and I have and have not had a sport coat.
     
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    you just described what I was wearing and I would always take my cap off when eating where ever I am. I do apologise for swearing but that poster really annoyed me. Sorry everyone.
     
  16. -(J)-

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    LOL... Back it up buddy! I never called YOU a clown. Nothing I said was a personal attack towards you. However, you on the other hand take the low road by telling me to F myself? Oh boy... It's a shame that you are annoyed enough to lash out at me when it's nothing personal. I think you missed my points altogether.

    Thanks for your contribution to this thread. I believe the original information we have both provided will help the thread starter with their decision.

    You have a great day Flynn :thumbsup:




    @thread starter.. don't get me wrong.. good dark jeans are perfect! Just to be clear, I never said anything about a "suit" like our friend Flynn had insinuated.
    Have a great time / enjoy your dinner! Been there twice and my wife and I loved it!
     
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    Love Gallagher's. Never had a bad meal there. Very tasty steak.
    Jeans are fine.
     
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    Love Gallagher's. Never had a bad meal there. Very tasty steak.
    Jeans are fine.
     
  19. monoz

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    I have worn flip flops, t-shirt and shorts in there and never had a problem. They don't care and are happy to take your money.
     
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    Just dress like you're gping dinner and not the beach....more importantly order their signature age steak. It is fantastic!
     
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