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1st time for Vegas Vacation help

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Garfield, May 8, 2017.

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  1. Garfield

    Garfield Tourist

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    I have a Vegas Vaycay for 8 nights during the 4th of July. I am looking for any advise for restaurants and casino hopping. My wife's Bday is during our stay and I am at the MGM. I have 2 for one Buffets at MGM and Bellagio. Looking for any of the seasoned Vets to make some suggestions if you have the time. Alos I am a retired Marine that is kind of disappointed in the discounts for vets and that they are few but would love to be proven wrong on that. Thanks for anyone's time on this. :thumbsup:
     
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  2. the nuts

    the nuts VIP Whale

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    Thanks for your service and I hope you enjoy your vacation in Vegas.
    As for the restaurants, that is a very broad question and you will get an array of answers. Give us the type of dining youre looking for or what you like. Casual, fast, upscale, price point, type of food, anything that we can use to give you some specific suggestions.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    my best advice is to scan through posts here from the past month. You will find answers to questions you did not know you had.

    Enjoy Vegas.
     
  4. tagac27

    tagac27 Low-Roller

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    I am going to list some great places to eat that I always enjoy.
    1. I love Mon Ami Gabi for breakfast and lunch. Delicious food, a large menu, attractive French atmosphere, fair prices! Suppers here are very good too, but pricey. You and your wife will love it here.
    2. The Café Bellagio in the Bellagio! It's the Bellagio's 24/7 restaurant. Delicious food, a nice menu, a fancy, but comfortable atmosphere... The Café Bellagio will cost a "little" more than your average 24/7 restaurant, but it's worth it. Eating here is a nice experience!
    3. The Grand Lux in either the Venetian or the Palazzo! Great food at a reasonable price, a huge menu, nice Italian atmospheres...
    4. The food court in New York New York! Great selections of food in an atmosphere that resembles Greenwich Village in New York City! Check this place out even if you don't eat here!
    5. Two nice Irish restaurants! Ri Ra in the Mandalay Bay and Nine Fine Irishmen in New York New York! Shepherd's Pie, beef stew, fish and chips, salmon...
     
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  5. Garfield

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    Thanks to all. Can't wait
     
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    snapcat Low-Roller

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    I absolutely agree with the Cafe Bellagio & the food court at NYNY! The buffet at the Mirage is also great. And you can't beat Mon Ami Gabi, but make reservations early. You'll want a good seat.
     
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    bnlphan Degenerate In Training

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    It might take some time but if you are like me I love reading about all things Vegas. I'd start by going to web pages of all the major strip hotels and reading about their food options especially if they have menu online. Should give you a good idea of what you are in line for. Best of luck on your trip.
     
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