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Eataly kind of sucks

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Jerry Snuggit, Jan 8, 2019.

  1. ardee

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    Sounds like it's very much like the NYC Eataly locations I've visited and along the lines of Quincy Market/Faneuil Market Place in Boston.
    Worth at least a look-see to check out what they've done in Vegas.
     
  2. ken2v

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    Food travel. Fun stuff. I realize for many that means diddly.
     
  3. YoungGun

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    They offer Nevada residents 20% off. Does this mean their prices are 20% higher than their other locations?
     
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    People on Twitter saying prices have been lowered.
     
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    As I noted in another thread, by a stroke of fate I ended up with a totally free afternoon and evening in LV earlier this week.

    I decided to do a photo walk on the south Strip, and wanted to check out Eataly and possibly eat there.

    I did not stay to eat, mainly because I wanted a more relaxing meal and the ambiance of Eataly was more like that of a high school cafeteria.

    On one hand, there were some obvious pizza-pasta type offerings. The prices were mainly between high and very high. Most definitely sit-down prices in a food court setting.

    It looked to me to be terribly inconvenient if you wanted, say, a salad from one place, a main dish from another, a side from another, and a dessert from another.

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  6. ardee

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    Thanks for posting pics, @dmr. I'll check this out on the next trip. Very much a market atmosphere. I like that.
     
  7. Eleven99isFine

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    I wonder if I can use up f&b credit at eataly on stuff to take home...pasta, olive oil, whatever.