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Best after show (late) dinner?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Deezeer55, May 30, 2017.

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  1. Deezeer55

    Deezeer55 Tourist

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    Hey guys,

    This is my first post. Coming to Vegas for a weekend with some friends. A few of us are getting there a day early (Thursday).

    We are going to see Absinthe at 10 pm. Our flight lands in Vegas at 6:30 so we don't think we'll make a pre show dinner.

    What do you guys think is the best dinner place to go to that's open after the show? It doesn't matter what kind of food (preferably upscale) because we will be starving (3 hour back time zone.)
     
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    If you land at 6:30pm, you'll have plenty of time to have dinner before the show, you should be at your hotel by 7:30.

    The 10:00pm Absinthe show won't get out until 11:30pm. Nothing upscale is open then.
     
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    Knowing where you are staying and if you have a car might help.

    That said, I agree with the above comment regarding lack of upscale food the later in the evening it gets. Unless you have an unforeseen delay, I think you would have enough time to get a nice meal at Caesars.

    If you do end up needing to eat after the show, a couple of places I'd suggest:

    Grand Lux Cafe at Venetian
    Earl of Sandwich at Planet Hollywood

    Both open 24hrs
     
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    Yeah, I don't mean to imply there's no decent places to eat late. Every hotel's website will have a listing of its restaurants and hours.

    If by "upscale" you mean anything that's not fast food, you'll have options. If you mean the higher end places like steakhouses and celebrity chef joints, they generally stop seating at 10:00 - 10:30pm.
     
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    Allegro at the Wynn is open late and has some fairly upscale fare. It's a little far from Caesar's Palace, though.
     
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    Planet Daley's at Planet Hollywood is 24 hour. Care Americano inside of Caesars is 24 hour both are nice options. As stated earlier you should have plenty of time for dinner before hand.
     
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    Agree with this 1000% get the FRIED CHICKEN. Might be the best in the valley.
     
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    You'll have plenty of time to eat before the show.

    For late "upscale", Lemongrass at Aria is open until 2:00 AM.
    The Henry at Cosmo is open 24 hours. Holsteins is open to 2:00 AM on Friday & Saturday.


    My vote? Keep drinking, get Secret Pizza at Cosmo at 3:00 AM.
     
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