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A Social Distanced Vegas Trip? Cosmo/Paris

Discussion in 'Vegas Trip Reports' started by Keyma623, Jun 17, 2020.

  1. Keyma623

    Keyma623 Low-Roller

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    Yes, Terrace Studio. They did have a mini fridge that was separate from the mini bar.
     
  2. B T

    B T Engineer, gambler, drinker. Order varies in Vegas.

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    Pequad's is the one with the carmelized cheese on the crust right? I beg to differ that the staples aren't any good. It is more of the "they sold out so they're not good anymore" mentality which I understand in the food scene lol they are still good.
     
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  3. nancyf

    nancyf High-Roller

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    love this report and your pictures... wondering about San Diego part of your trip... its pretty far from LV .. was it really only 5 hours?
     
  4. Paul K

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    Yep caramelized crust. The one on Clybourn has the benefit of being located next to the Whale Tail bar which they also own. That way you can take a buzzer over there, have a drink, Mallort ideally, while you wait for your table. I miss the Chicago foods so much. Everytime I go back there I make a schedule of where to eat.
     
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  5. smerrian

    smerrian View from Bally's

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    I agree with this. I loved Giordano's in Chicago. I wouldn't bother with it in LV as I don't think it would be the same. But, I still think G's in Chi is fantastic. For instance, it took almost 45 minutes for our pizza in Chicago because they prepare and bake the thick pie rather than having pre-baked doughs ready to go. I somehow think they have pre-baked doughs in LV. I have no proof, it's just a feeling.
     
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