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Need some Restaurant & Buffet suggestions :]

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by turbonawd, Aug 22, 2012.

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  1. turbonawd

    turbonawd Tourist

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    What Restaurant is reasonably priced and will make a girl's jaw drop? lol

    What Buffet is the best? I usually go to World Carnival at the Rio

    I also wanna know where I can get a good t-bone steak that's glazed but not so pricey
     
  2. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    You need to include your definition of reasonably priced if you want intelligent answers.

    But even the outrageously priced restaurants that I've been to have never made a girl's law drop. Food is food. But if you go to one of the places with a fabulous view like the patio at prime, Eiffel tower, top of the world, etc that's your best chance of impressing a girl.
     
  3. turbonawd

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    range of like 20-30 per plate, not like 80 lol
     
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    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    I think you may be stuck at buffets at that price point unless you'll be drinking water and skipping the appetizer and dessert.
     
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    Any good ones you recommend?
     
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    mike mc High-Roller

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    plenty of places to eat in that range, unfortunately higher end buffets wont cover that however at dinner time, looks like Hash House a GO GO, Earls, Hidden Pizza are some options that are at least good food for that range IMO But not for an impression impact you might be looking for, could try and sneak up top to Voo-Doo lounge early before crowds then do a cheaper meal afterwards
     
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    buffets

    1- m resort
    2-Planet Hollywood
    3-bellagio
    4-rio
    5- wynns
    go to any of these buffet you wont regret it
    m resort is the thing, go at night to any of these , rio during the day is out of this world, good luck
     
  8. turbonawd

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    thanks :]
     
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    Hash House is always good :]
     
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    You can pull off $30 a plate at Mon Abi Gabi and get a patio seat overlooking the fountains..
     
  11. NickPapageorgio

    NickPapageorgio OG of the Sal Sagev Hotel

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    I think you'll find yourself in the minority, choosing Rio and PH over Wynn.

    1. Wynn
    2. Cosmo
    3. Bellagio
    4. M Resort

    These 4 are hands down the best in vegas and their rankings are interchangable. Rio used to be top notch, but they've dropped considerably, as has PH.

    Nick :beer:
     
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    strip steak

    get a $50 Restaurant.com dining cert for strip-steak in mandaley bay good steaks and impressive surroundings and with the cert would be close to your budget if u skip the dessert.:wink2::beer::beer:
     
  13. turbonawd

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    ayeeeee Papageorgio, hit the craps table lately kid? lol
     
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    vegas_or_bust High-Roller

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    This is your best bet to hit your budget, have a great meal, and even impress your lady.

    Mon Ami Gabi is in the Paris hotel.
     
  15. turbonawd

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    :thumbsup:
     
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    Any of the super sized McDonald's MEALS on the strip as long as you don't order a ice cream sunday afterward...

    Seriously..........try Chin Chin's at NYNY for that price.
     
  17. turbonawd

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    PF Changs at PH is good
     
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    I'll suggest Cortez Room at Gold Coast.
    Could sneak in around $30 for a decent steak here. Certainly for prime rib (which is great, BTW).
    This place includes choice of potato and salad in their prices unlike most steakhouses.
     
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    If you're staying on the South Strip (ie by MGM Grand, Luxor, etc) I think the buffet at Mandalay Bay is great - bright and airy, a "Casablanca" kind of feel with wicker, fans and light wood tones. Tables are set with white linens - doesn't feel like your typical buffet, seems more upscale. Food isn't "fancy" compared to some, but delicious and hot (unlike many buffets in Vegas).
     
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    oops - nix that. I just had a look at their site and they've changed decor - no white tablecloths anymore, just marble tabletops. Doesn't look at nice as it used to.
     
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