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Need dinner recommendations for 3 nights

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by mgugs46, Aug 12, 2017.

  1. mgugs46

    mgugs46 Tourist

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    Cost doesn't matter within reason, ie, under $500 for two per night.

    Love steak, Italian food, pretty much anything other than seafood.

    Doesn't have to be an expensive place - just looking for good food, nice views maybe, etc.

    This would be for my wife and I. We are staying at Venetian if that matters, but will go anywhere that's on the strip or Fremont. Probably wouldn't travel outside these areas.
     
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    Steak: Delmonico (Venetian), CUT (Palazzo/Venetian walkway)
    Italian: Zefferino's (Venetian canal shoppes), Carbone (Aria), Scarpetta (Cosmopolitan)
    French/American: Mon Ami Gabi (Paris), Eiffel Tower Restaurant (Paris), Bouchon (Venetian)
     
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  3. mgugs46

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    Bouchon is the place that has breakfast too correct? I think I ate there 7 years ago and loved the breakfast.
     
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    Oh my, yes. Excellent breakfast.
    I love the Eggs Benedict and their French pastries can't be beat.
     
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    My favorite steakhouses

    Gordon Ramsay Steak
    Andiamo's Steakhouse (the D)
    Hugo's Cellar (Four Queens)
    Tender (Luxor)
    Camelot (Excalibur)
     
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    Prime at Bellagio with patio seating is terrific...food, service and atmosphere is top-notch, one of our favorite meals of all time.

    We've also enjoyed patio seating at SW steakhouse and Lakeside at Wynn with a fun view of the lake shows.
     
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  7. mgugs46

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    I guess I should also ask what the dress codes are for men? I really don't want to go anywhere where I need to wear anything more fancy than a button down shirt and jeans/khakis
     
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    You'll be absolutely fine with those choices.
     
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    Most of my favorites have been mentioned. But I'll add Carnevino (Steak/Italian), Bardot (French Brasserie...or is it Bistro?) and Sage (New American, whatever that means:rolleyes2:) to the list.
     
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    Piggybacking on the wife's choices:

    You are right next door, so fold Wynncore into your options - Sinatra, SW Steak, the Country Club. Then there is Morel's at Palazzo, the various Batalli joints at V/P....
     
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    Thinking of doing Craftsteak, Carbone, and Mon Ami Gabi for the 3 dinners .... thoughts? Also want to hit Bouchon [breakfast], BurGR [lunch], Giordano's[lunch] and Grand Luxe while we are there.
     
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    Love BurGR for lunch- one of our favs. Grand Luxe is good and we have eaten there but believe it's a Cheesecake Factory chain sibling. Mon Ami Gabi good. Haven't been to the others you mention. I think you're missing out by not going to SW Steak at Wynn. Very fancy and wonderful food. You can ask for a table on the water. We also love Mesa Grill at Caesars. I think you'll be happy with what you chose but wanted to give my feedback. Enjoy!!
     
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    I've eaten at SW the last time I was in Vegas. I enjoyed it, but the Wygu steak tasting I had at Craftsteak was quite possibly the best steak experience of my life, so I didn't want to leave it out.

    With only 3 days/nights there's only so much steak I can get my wife to agree to ;)
     
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    All of the above are good, would add Lemongrass at Aria and Palms restaurant at Ceasars mall. Damn that lobster is good there and they shuck the lobster table side.
     
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    If you're looking for a casual night, I highly recommend Gramaldi's in the Venetian. Super laid back coal fired brick oven NY pizza place (but still sit down). The pizza is great and the Caprese Salad is fantastic. It won't be the best meal of your life, but a perfect option for a night you don't want to leave the hotel and want a good, quick meal.
     
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    Fogo de Chao
    Texas de Brazil

    Both are all you can eat brazilian barbeque can never go wrong with that..
    Never a bad meal.