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Good non-buffet places?

Discussion in 'MyVegas' started by bubbahead, Apr 18, 2014.

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  1. bubbahead

    bubbahead Tourist

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    Just wondering where to use my LP's for places to eat that are NOT a buffet.

    Any good experiences?

    Thanks
     
  2. birdman925

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    I've heard good things about Wolfgang Puck.
     
  3. MisplacedTexan

    MisplacedTexan Low-Roller

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    My wife and I were just talking about Wolfgang Puck. We tend to stop there and have drinks and split an appetizer or two and dessert. I figure if we can't decide on anything else for this trip, we'll definitely one of the offers from there.

    I've done a little research on the steakhouse credit at Excal, but from what I've read it's average at best and the Excal kinda scares me. The dining credit at Monte Carlo would provide a wide variety of choices. None of their restaurants have ever been "must go back" places for us, though.
     
  4. Icedgenes

    Icedgenes Low-Roller

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    I purchased a Monte Carlo $50 food credit for our May trip since we hope to catch the Blue Man parade. Diablo, Brand, The Pub or maybe Double Barrel look promising.

    We enjoyed dinner at Wolfgang Puck Bar and grill last fall. Since we are east coasters I reserved a table at 5pm (also the only time available on Open Table yet there were plenty of tables available). Loved the service and the food.
     
  5. illdonk

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    Had a great experience at American Fish. A terrific meal, and even though the reward was specifically for a wine pairing, they ended up taking something like $39 off the bill. Your results may vary, of course.
     
  6. vegasvette

    vegasvette Low-Roller

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    I recommend Nine Fine Irishmen in NYNY. It's a $25 certificate with no minimum. However, $25 will not quite cover a cold beer and Shepard's Pie. But it was soooooooooo tasty. They also offer outdoor dining if that works for you.
     
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