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Best Oysters in Vegas

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by TFK, Apr 2, 2017.

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  1. TFK

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    Check out the Oyster Bar at Harrah's
     
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    Not according to a semi-recent rant from John Curtas:
    http://www.eatinglv.com/2017/02/shucking-rm-seafood-good/

    I've had pretty good ones at Emeril's a few years ago. Pretty sure there was an existing thread on oysters around here if you do a search.

    I just saw a Happy Hour announcement on Yonaka Modern Japanese's Facebook page announcing this concoction: Oyster shooter, sake whiskey bloody mary, shallot mignonette, quailegg. Looks good in the picture.
     
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    Not sure if it's a regular menu item, but dining at Mon Ami Gabi one night our server told us they had oysters that we still in the ocean yesterday. I had drank a lot of wine before that, but he did have what I felt was a legit story as to where they were from etc. I just remember them tasting very fresh and it was a great recommendation from our server.
     
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    oh wow , i had dinner there twice , and i was extremely excited about it !
     
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    Gotta remember that the ELV authors are, indeed, a troika. Sometimes seems that it's more a competition than a partnership when it comes to individual restaurant reviews. More about who is right, as emphasized by Curtis' next to last paragraph, than about coming to a consensus on the Las Vegas restaurant world.
     
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