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Giada dress code?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by dthmj, Aug 8, 2014.

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  1. dthmj

    dthmj Tourist

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    We have reservations for lunch - and I read somewhere that the dress code was business casual for dinner and "relaxed" for lunch.

    This lunch is the first stop of a bunch of walking and sightseeing around the strip - so we do want to be comfortable. Would long shorts (just above the knee) and a nice shirt be appropriate? I'll be wearing like a fashion top (not a t-shirt) and hubby a collared polo type shirt. Not sure if that is too relaxed.
     
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    You'll get in with that. We didn't eat there but poked our heads in at dinner time and people were dressed nicely. You'll get in at dinner with those clothes but there will lots of folks dressed up nicer at dinner time.
     
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    When i ate dinner there I wore my VMB polo shirt, cotton cheap slacks and running shoes because they were the only shoes I had. Some men were dressed in nice T shirts. You should be fine, especially for lunch.
     
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    I highly doubt its a formal place.
    I have reservations and will be there in a few weeks wearing shorts and t-shirt.
    If they have an issue with me wearing this in the Vegas 110+ heat that is too bad. :thumbsup:
     
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    mganut High-Roller

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    Not much of a dress code in Vegas restaurants...if you can afford it you are welcome!
     
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    No shorts allowed at Eiffel Tower restaurant. But they have pants you can borrow.
     
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    I had lunch there Friday, I was wearing a polo shirt, shorts and flip flops and did not feel out of place at all.
     
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