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Vic & Anthony's OR Oscars

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Fet297, Feb 6, 2016.

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  1. Fet297

    Fet297 Vegas is my happy place!

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    We will be staying downtown in a couple weeks and would like to try one of the steakhouses listed above. Any feedback or recommendations would be appreciated. Thanks in advance! :wave2:
     
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    I haven't been to Oscar's but I ate at V&A's in october and plan to do so again in a couple of weeks. Nice steakhouse... dimly lit, dark woods, great service and tasty food. They also have a 3 course menu for $50 per person available on their website. You have to print it out and bring it in to receive the deal.
     
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    Both are really good. You can't go wrong with either. $50 per person is a good deal cause neither place is cheap.
     
  4. Marky147

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    Vic & Anthony's is very good, and I usually eat there a few times every trip.
     
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    I have been to V&A a couple of times and both times it has been excellent. The $50 deal has worked out well for us. I have not been to Oscars.
     
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    Another vote for the $50 deal at V&A. It's a great deal. No experience at Oscar's, so I can't make a comparison.
     
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    Vic and Anthony's without a doubt. Plus you get the Landrys select club points if your a member. I ate at Oscars for the nostalgia not long after it opened, and the seating in the fishbowl as I call it was cool. However now with
    Slotzilla erected, the best part of Oscars (The view) has been ruined. It's a cool place to have a drink, but as a steakhouse I would rank it down the list a bit. The New York Strip I had there was a little under cooked for medium well
    and the cut wasn't as tender as I like. While I don't favor chains, I thought the service was very good and the steak perfectly cooked at V&A. Presentation of food at both places was meh. Wine paired with steak was good at V&A , Scarpetta Barbera del Monferrato
    was recommended as I like light body reds and I am typically a white wine drinker.
     
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    I have never eaten at Oscars, but I have eaten several times at Vic and Anthony's and enjoyed it every time. The $50 special is great as everyone has said. I thought you would get smaller portions but all items are regular menu sizes. You can show it to them on your smartphone.
     
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    I've eaten at both of them but just once. Both had great service. I do agree that V&A is better but I enjoyed Oscar's and would go again if I was with someone who wanted to try it. V&A is a real classic steakhouse.
     
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    Thanks for everyone's input. I was trying to balance the V&A $50 offer and the ACG 25% off coupon for Oscars. I think we will try V&A's this time and maybe next trip give Oscars a try. I appreciate all your feed back. Good luck to you all. :usa::biker:
     
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    Vic & Anthony's "distinctive dining coupon" great deal and delish
     
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    Vic & Anthony's is fantastic!
     
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    The wife and I ate at Vic and Anthony's last October.We had the $50 three course meal and it was Fantastic and the service was excellent,would highly recommend it.Have not been to Oscar's.:thumbsup:
     
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    We did eat at V&A using the $50 meal deal. It was a relaxing wonderful (too much food) meal! I would recommend this place and appreciate everyone's input. Thanks again.
     
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    Good to hear that you had an enjoyable experience.

    Can't wait to get out there myself!
     
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    I love the Lobster Tail at Vic and Anthony's. I also like the Sinatra vibe. It is the best steakhouse in Vegas I have been to. Make sure to make reservations. I have not been to Oscar's so cannot chime in on that.
     
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    Which one is better Vic & Anthony's or Charlie Palmer's @ Four Seasons ?
     
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