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If You Could Only Eat At One Property...

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by thecarve, Sep 8, 2015.

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  1. thecarve

    thecarve Misanthrope

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    Let's suppose that during your next Las Vegas trip, every meal (coffee, snack, afternoon tea, late night munchies, etc) must come from a single Las Vegas property. Everything will be free (with no expectation of play or any effect on your ADT, etc.). But you cannot eat a thing that doesn't come from that property - even on your own dime.

    And so that no one tries to interject real-world logistical issues into my fanciful and ridiculous hypothetical world, let's also assume that the property you choose will also comp you accommodations (no strings attached) if you want.

    So, which place would it be? And why?
     
  2. ardee

    ardee VIP Whale

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    Though I want to quickly choose Wynncore, I will say Venetian/Palazzo.
    So many great offerings at different price points.

    (Wynncore is making many changes. One of them being Society Cafe closing in November. I'd just like to say if they let Sinatra go, I'm not sure I'll ever get over it.)
     
  3. Mrs. K.

    Mrs. K. Low-Roller

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    Hmm...Top 3?



    1. Planet Hollywood: Cheeseburger Las Vegas and Blondies in the miracle mile are both two of my favourites. Rain Forest Cafe and Buffalo Wild Wings both opening by the end of 2015 as well. Inside the casino, Burgrr is amazing an I've heard nothing but good things about Ringers.

    2. 1.Linq: Hash House, Yard House, Tilted Kilt. Three of my Vegas favourites that I seem to visit each trip since they've opened.

    3. MGM: I love the mcdonalds food court located by the monorail. It's open 24/7 and has a huge variety of options. MGM's fancier places and sports bar are also great.

    Honorable Mention: Mirage - Big fan of BLT Burger and California Pizza.

    Caesars would make the list but they got rid of Munch Bar, boooo
     
  5. NurseLisa

    NurseLisa High-Roller

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    1. Mandalay Bay- hey that's what we are doing this trip!!!
    2. Bellagio if it was all free!!!
     
  6. debriley

    debriley Tourist

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    Venetian/palazzo
     
  7. Chrisbeans

    Chrisbeans Low-Roller

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    Venetian/Palazzo. They have everything from the high end steak house to the food court options. Many cuisines and for many budgets. Plus they have the Juice Farm and the Canyon Ranch Spa if you want to watch the calories.
     
  8. NickPapageorgio

    NickPapageorgio OG of the Sal Sagev Hotel

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    Those are Nick's choices exactly based on the sheer number of upscale dining options at each property. Mandalay always amazes me with the volume of solid restaurants in a not so strategic location. Place Mandalay at Ballys center strip location and you have a goldmine. What a beautiful property. The dining choices at Bellagio speak for themselves.

    Nick:beer:
     
  9. iamsomedude

    iamsomedude Low-Roller

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    Mandalay Bay is without a doubt my first choice, with the assumption that the Four Seasons' restaurants are included (since I was able to use Mandalay Bay resort credit towards my Charlie Palmer Steakhouse bill). It has many great restaurants and is as all-encompassing of different types of cuisine as a Las Vegas hotel can get. I would not get bored of eating there even if I were to stay more than a week.

    Being a huge Wynncore fan, I have to choose it as my second pick. Their selection of restaurants may not be the best, but in my opinion, the average quality of Wynncore's restaurants is above that of every hotel in Vegas. I would eat at almost all of the restaurants there, but I wouldn't touch many of the restaurants at places like Caesar's Palace.
     
  10. sybgal

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    For me....Paris / MAG, Gordon Ramsey, Burger Brasserie, buffet....I would be happy.... :)
     
  11. Nevyn

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    +1 to Venetian / Palazzo.

    3 different absolute top notch steakhouses to pick from, one of which can double instead as fine italian dining if I'm od'ed on steak. Other nice restaurants, Grand Luxe if I want to be more casual.
     
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    Bellagio
     
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    I'm not a food snob but,....................stretch a little
     
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    Because it entails every bite of food morning, noon, night, for me:
    Venetian/Palazzo has the best range of choices, from the quick bite to truly fine dining choices.

    But Bellagio is my close second because I never tire of Le Cirque.

    Geez, this is toooo hard, cause I like Wynn and Mandalay Bay a lot....somebody stop me!!!
     
  15. Cowrun

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    Palazzo
     
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    Maybe Gold Coast? Love the steakhouse, two Chinese places and an affordable buffet. The only negative is that damn TGIF!
     
  17. rscpa

    rscpa Low-Roller

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    Aria, lemongrass, 550, Julian Serrano, Javier's, cafe Aria,

    Does Todd English count???? Yum, all I need.
     
  18. Ernie Vegas

    Ernie Vegas Low-Roller

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    I'd have to say Cosmo. Henry's and WS for breakfast, Holstien's and Milos for lunch, Jaleo, Scarpetta, Blue Ribbon Sushi, STK to cover variety at dinner, e for fine dine, DOCG for dessert (budino!), Secret Pizza for drunk food, and a floor full of excellent mixologists to get me there.
     
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    High Five Nick!!!
     
  20. nhcris

    nhcris High-Roller

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    I've actually had a few trips where I never left the Venetian/Palazzo property for 3 days. I am quite content with the restaurant choices there.
     
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