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Sit Down Restaurants

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Jay85, Mar 13, 2013.

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  1. Jay85

    Jay85 Newbie

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    Coming down to LV around end of March. I need help with an actual Sit-Down restaurants. Something really good. Event - Bachelor Party.

    I was looking for maybe Italian, Mexican, Indian, Thai and Greek. TBH doesn't matter pretty much open to anything. Oh yea we have like 2 or 3 guys are vegetarian so yea they should have a decent size of Veg dishes on there menu.

    I found few restaurants for Italian and Indian -

    Indian Restaurants - India Palace, Orgin India and Gandhi
    Italian - Nora's Cuisine, Casa Di Amore.

    I will be doing more research, but will appreciate if you guys can suggest something.

    Thanks for the help. Appreciate your comments. I am excited for my Vegas trip... :peace:
     
  2. jrinct1

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    I have done Casa and loved it. Could do for a bachelor party. Just curious the age ranges of the party?
     
  3. Jay85

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    Age Range - 26 to 32. Pretty much all married or committed. I am only solo guy :p
     
  4. Kickin

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    Are you avoiding restaurants in casinos for any particular reason? It's kind of odd because that's where most of the better restaurants are located especially for a fun bachelor party vibe.

    Some of those restaurants you listed are practically locals places. It's like going to NYC for a bachelor party but driving out to a restaurant in the suburbs for the big dinner.

    Not trying to judge. Just wondering and not really sure if you were aware in the first place.
     
  5. jrinct1

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    Just think ya might want a place with a little more "vibe". But maybe thats for later in the night.
     
  6. vegasbound

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    Casa Di Amore is a good choice off-strip. Since you mentioned Thai and Vegetarian I'll also suggest Komol on East Sahara. Same area as Lotus of Siam, but I much prefer Komol and it's a great pick for vegetarians and still plenty to please carnivores.

    If you haven't ruled out staying on the strip check out Twin Peaks at Harmon Corner (next to Planet Hollywood) it's known for manly portions, cold beer and plenty of eye candy. I also think Stack at Mirage and N9NE at the Palms are good choices for bachelor/ette parties. Stack will cater to vegetarian needs, they modified the pasta for one in our group.
     
  7. Jay85

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    I am fine with hotel restaurants on the strip too. Sorry i completely forgot about them.
     
  8. heatherlovesvegas

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    Border Grill at Mandalay Bay is my favorite, it's modern mexican. They can make every single dish vegetarian. It's my favorite I go on every trip. Bobby Flay's Mesa Grill at Caesars is also great, but a bit more expensive.

    Also just random recommendations Holsteins Shakes & Buns at Cosmo, seems like a cool place for a bunch of guys to hang out. I'm sure they have a veggie burger at least.

    I'd stay away from steak houses, cause the veggie options are usually pretty weak.

    Can't say I've eaten much in the other categories to be honest!
     
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