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Recommendations for a romantic + impressive date night at a TR property?

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  1. shacktown

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    What would you recommend for a nice (and impressive) romantic night out at a Total Rewards property? Asking for a cool ~40yo client taking a new girlfriend out for his Seven Stars trip.

    My initial though was Giada’s at Cromwell as they have straight on views of the Bellagio Fountains, but he did that last month. I've heard Matt Goss at Caesars is a good one - modern Sinatra, very “hot” sexy show.

    Any other thoughts or recommendations? Thank you!!
     
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    Gordon Ramsay's at either Caesars or Paris would be nice. Burgr is delicious but the atmosphere is less "date" than the other two.
     
  3. UKFanatic

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    I would go with dinner at Eiffel Tower restaurant. Very good food, romantic setting, and beautiful view of the Bellagio fountains
     
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    I thought Eiffel Tower also....he will have a $500 comp as a 7star....could eat & drink well with a beautiful view. Should impress the new girlfriend. :)
     
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    He would have to get a voucher at the TR desk as the restaurant doesn't let you directly pay with RCs.
     
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    Excellent suggestion! Thank you UKFanatic and sybgal!
     
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    yep i only can recommend that too, i was in the privilege to dine at the eiffel tower restaurant last year ( i used a lettuce coupon lol...sorry im no high roller) anyways it was at lunchtime and i had an amazing view...the service was great...the onion soup was great, and although it was no dinnertime i got a filet mignon......if you go a second nite i also can recommend BLT at Bally's (used my 100$ dining diamond credit for that) that was also high class..to bad i cant show you pictures of them(put it on my fb and it looked awesome)
     
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    i guess i managed somehow to post the pics first two is eiffeltower(view and the main course) and the last one is blt steak.....maybe the diner picture according to a dutch friend connaisseur didnt looked that great but i can tell you it tasted heavenly........
     
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    Nice pics. I never thought trying lunch there, but now I'm thinking I will try that. Did you need a reservation for lunch or were you able to walk in?
     
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    Quite a few very nice restaurants at Caesars. If you are also going to Matt Goss show, that would work well. We enjoyed his show, but would not call it sexy

    You might want to check some restaurants reviews in the RESTAURANT forum here.
     
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    From ukfanatic

    Nice pics. I never thought trying lunch there, but now I'm thinking I will try that. Did you need a reservation for lunch or were you able to walk in?


    I just walked in( i think there were only 3 people there it was on atuesdayafternoon around 13:30) i also had a lettuce coupon (20$ off if you come in between 12:30 and 13:30 i belive, got this frm an usa friend) anyways yeah ofcourse its a bit more expensive than a normal restaurant but with the service/view/quality of food its worth it......only the cheeseplatter i found a bit too overpriced but the rest was well worth it....beware that you can not get guaranteed that they make a filet mignon for you but the cook sayd ok so that was cool( and food was excellent, french onion soup was great too)
     
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    Cool. Thanks for the info
     
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    Might as well go all out and take in a show like Jersey Boys at Paris after dinner. Take in the view from atop the Eiffel tower, if it's not too late.
     
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    Eiffel Tower may be best if the view is important. But let me throw a completely different one out there: SEA: The Thai Experience at Bally's. I would consider it because its a zen/serene space and more conducive to conversation. It's not as fancy but so many new restaurants are so noisy and industrial and it makes SEA stand out as more unique. As for shows, if one of the resident headliners don't appeal, Jersey Boys and Matt Goss are probably the two best options for a date.
     
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    We ate at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant for our 25th & 30th anniversaries. View gorgeous, food great. Their Creme Brulee is wonderful.
     
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    Sounds like overwhelmingly positive feedback for Eiffel. If it's good enough to come back for a second milestone anniversary, I think that's what we'll go with :)
     
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    Guy Savoy is good as well. Located in Caesars. It is pricey though.
     
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