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Caesars Props Restaurants - Suggestions

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by SandsFan, Dec 3, 2016.

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  1. SandsFan

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    So we have a lot of dining credits to blow in three days and need some suggestions. I love the bone in rib eye at Giada's which might be one of the stops but would like to try something else. We are staying at Flamingo first time in years and haven't really tried the restaurants at Harrahs, Linc, Flamingo or Ballys.

    Appreciate any suggestions. Oh we arrive Friday AM and leave Monday AM

    TIA
     
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    https://www.totalrewards.com/content/cet-tr/en/earn-and-redeem/on-location.html

    Putting that in there just for reference. As a note & comment, I see Earl at PH is listed as quick-rewards. Not sure if that is still accurate or not as you can no longer apply RCs at check-out when you room charge there (friend had a problem last week with that).

    I like Hash House, Margaritaville. Co-worker loves Guy's Vegas Kitchen. I really enjoyed both Center Cut steakhouse & BLT (Ballys).
     
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    Thanks for that link. I'm surprised at some of the places you can use RCs but not earn them, like the steakhouse at PH.

    I usually stay at CET props during the degen portion of my trips, so it's mostly food courts and room service. But I've eaten at Giada, and Old Homestead, Mesa, and Ramsay's Pub at Caesars and they were all fine.

    Of the food courts, at Caesars, Earl and the wok place are OK, the pizza place is pretty weak compared to Five50 at Aria, or Secret Pizza at Cosmo. Johnny Rockets at Flamingo was OK.

    On that CET web page, none of the places in the LINQ promenade are listed, no idea whether they take RCs or not.
     
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    How much do you have? Are they only dining credits, or total rewards?

    Anyways, Mesa and Ramsey at Caesars were both good. So was Ramsey steakhouse at Paris. So-so on our visit to steakhouse at Harrahs.
     
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    Center Cut at Flamingo is a real good to excellent mid priced steak house, I had a bone in rib eye there that compares to any other place very well. We enjoy Planet Dailies at PH and and Rao's at Caesars. Lots of great choices.........Rick
     
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    When we stay at CP we always do Homestead and it's never has failed.
    We have done Mesa grill and it's very good but we would rather do Homestead.
    We really like Beijing Noodle No. 9. Casual and good.
    Serendipity 3 has has a pretty good breakfast.
     
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    +1 for BLT or Rao's...I've also heard nothing but good things about the Oyster bar at Harrahs. I may end up using my Diamond celebration dinner there in a few months.
     
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    Another vote for BLT at Ballys, Mortoranos at Paris is another good option.
     
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    1)Oyster House at Harrahs - an excellent mid level Oyster Bar
    2)Center Cut Steakhouse at Flamingo - very good medium priced steakhouse
    3)Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris - excellent high end steakhouse
    4)VooDoo Steakhouse at Rio - only if you're into "views". I thought it was overpriced
    5)Nobu at Caesars Palace - Japanese with Peruvian accents good if you like Japanese food
    6)Beijing Noodle No. 9 at Caesars - Surprisingly high end with steamed fish and a lot of classic Chinese dishes
     
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    Giada's
    Mon Ami Gabi
    Oyster Bar - Harrah's
    Strip House - PH
    Ruth's Chris - Harrah's
    ***Gordon Ramsey Steak...hope to add this to my list after my upcoming trip and first time there.
     
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    Other then CP, is Koi at PH the best fish place at CET hotels?
     
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    For steakhouses, I like:
    Ramsay Steak at Paris
    BLT Steak at Bally's
    Strip House at PH

    For Italian, I like:
    Martorano's at Paris
    Rao's at CP

    For all around good food and value, I like:
    Mon Ami Gabi at Paris (check with TR desk first re: your dining credits)

    For casual but tasty, I like:
    Off the Strip at Linq

    For Southwest/something different, I like:
    Mesa Grill at CP

    For French/ultra high end, try:
    Restaurant Guy Savoy at CP (I've never eaten here, but it has two Michelin stars and is undoubtedly exceptional)
     
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    Not sure how many times you get to Las vegas, (Your avatar shows you know your way around) but you might want to burn all your RCs. With everyone charging resort fees, parking fees, there is also Caesars casinos
    that do not run their own eateries anymore. They lease them out and the new business don't take RCs or only take them at a 2 to 1 rate. This is happening more
    and more often. This might be the next charge to our pocket books.
     
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    What, maybe 1% of them? I don't think it's as many as you think but I might be wrong.
     
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    Hmmm, can you use the dining credits for the Sterling Brunch at Ballys BLT? If so I would do that. Otherwise I would NOT recommend BLT based on them always have other discounts offers such as groupon/living social/travelzoo/dinner4tonight so you could still grab a discount meal at BLT and use your credits for something else. Now with that being said, if you buy a discount for BLT and have a steak, do you want another steak or something else?
     
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    https://www.totalrewards.com/content/cet-tr/en/earn-and-redeem/on-location.html
     
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    Other then Beijing Noodle No. 9, what as good in the CET props?
     
  19. DaiLun

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    Those are all at CET properties. Did you mean Caesars specifically?
     
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    If you want Caesars I am a fan of Rao's for Italian and really love Old Homestead for a very high end steak. In the Forum Shops Cheesecake factory The Palm, Spago's, Joe's seafood and prime & the list goes on and on...................Rick
     
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