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My restaurant choices

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Solymar, Aug 17, 2014.

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  1. Solymar

    Solymar Tourist

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    Just looking for some feedback on theses picks. Looking at Fiamma at the MGM, before seeing Carrot Top . Also looking at Julian Seranno at the Aria. Finally for a steakhouse, either SW or Cut. Need one more reco for our 4th night. Thanks all!
     
  2. Aces and Eights

    Aces and Eights VIP Whale

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    SW was terrific both times I was there. I'm going to Julian Serrano on my next trip before watching Zarkana. If you like the somewhat loud club-type music playing while dining, Tao has great food for a reasonable price. The miso-glazed Chilean sea bass is the best dish I ever had.
     
  3. Dr Nostron

    Dr Nostron Low-Roller

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    Agree on sea bass at Tao- fantastic!!

    Can't go wrong with SW or Cut
     
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    maxnew40 Low-Roller

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    Fiamma was closed last week while I was at the MGM. They had curtains over the entire wall and were not open while I was there from Sunday thru Wednesday night. There was no signs or anything to indicate why they were not open.

    -Max
     
  5. newmans

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    I always make an effort to have dinner at Nobu in Caesars..
     
  6. PayTriple

    PayTriple The Cucumber King

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    Hi Solymar,
    I read a previous post by you saying you were looking for a more modern ambiance in a steak house.
    Try STK at the Cosmopolitan, which has a great 1980-1990 hip sound track playing in the background (Michael Jackson, Madonna, Cher, Journey etc) during dinner hours.
    They have tasty steaks, including a very flavorful skirt steak, if you like a piece of meat that has more "chew" to it.
    I've also eaten at 35 Steak and Martini's at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, which has a great steak.
    Finally, Jean Georges at the Aria also has a serious steak.

    For frame of reference, I never order a filet mignon, but usually get a NY strip, medium rare, and sometimes the Ribeye.
    Of course, a bottle of a medium to high-end California cab/blend completes the experience!
     
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