Food Highlights Hash House A Go Go – “Twisted Farm Food” indeed. We went three times. Commander’s Palace $18.80 lunch – We had it twice this trip. The Palm $18 Businessman’s Lunch – Even w/o quarter ‘tinis it’s on a par, value-wise, with Commander’s. The Palm– Delmonico benefits from the Emeril Affect, but this place might be as good as Charlie Palmer Steak. Roberta’s – Such a deal with the LVA coupie. Don’t go in expecting a Michael Mina-grade experience and you’ll not be disappointed. China Spice – Terri’d never been. She liked it so much we went back. Japengo – It’s not La Jolla, but it works in the Mojave. 8-0-8 – Try the curry lobster stir fry. Cascata Golf Club – Breakfast served with Four Diamond style and not a bad setting. Food Lowlights Rio weekend breakfast buffet/Sunset Station lunch buffet – One visit to each was two too many buffets. 777 Brew Pub – Most of the sushi is pre-formed/-prepared and the “pub” fare seems to be a shadow of what it once was. Lackadasical breakfast, too. Boiler Room (Laughlin) – Ditto on the not-what-it-once-was angle. Kady’s – Nothing wrong with the breakfast fare but what the hell is up with those prices? 8-0-8 – Do not try the unknown bug that came with the coffee service. Golf Black Mountain (27) Desert Willow Bali Hai Eagle Crest Durango Hills Craig Ranch North Las Vegas Los Prados Red Rock - Arroyo Silverstone (27) Cascata El Rio (Mojave Valley) Bunk Space Green Valley Ranch Hyatt Regency Lake Las Vegas Rio Stardust MSS Golden Nugget Laughlin Show LOVE – Still processing the experience.