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Petrossian Afternoon Tea

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Sallymander, Dec 10, 2016.

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  1. Sallymander

    Sallymander Freedom 55

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    Could someone please tell me what the price is for the Afternoon/High Tea at the Petrossian Bar in Bellagio?
    (I did a search and while the posts talked about the Bellagio vs Mandarin there was no mention of the cost.)
    Thanks! :feedme:
     
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    My gf and I have done it several times. I cannot remember the exact price. She always upgrades to the champagne (I do not) and I think the tab for both of us is around a $100. But like I said, I cannot recall for sure
     
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    Husband and I just tried it about a week ago. I've heard the Mandarin tea is superior, but we really enjoyed the Bellagio at a reasonable price.
    Reservations necessary, but I think they accommodate walk-ins if a seating is available.

    It was $75.71 for two including tax and excluding tip. The tea service includes a large pot of tea (lots of great choices or can upgrade at additional cost), 2 scones each (chef's choice) plus clotted cream, lemon curd, butter/jellies, 4 finger sandwiches each (choose from about 8 varieties), 3 mini desserts each (all excellent). The china and white tablecloth service is very nice and quiet and elegant and although immediately off the casino floor - amazing how quiet the area was, with piano music wafting in the background! A nice change of pace and we would go back. Hope to try Mandarin in the future too.

    Alcohol or other drinks have an additional cost.
     
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    It's been a while but I recall the price for basic service being $35 or so with upgrades like champagne available. They don't actually take walk-ins. I tried and had to make a reservation for a little later. They apparently only bake the scones when they have a reservation so they do need some notice. They can do same day or short notice but they do need some.
     
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    That's good to know. I thought when we were there that there was a walk up who got seated, but I may have been mistaken.
     
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    I know one time my host screwed up my reservation and they only had us down for a standard table, not tea service. Took the staff a moment, but they still seated us for and served the tea. Despite that experience, I would definitely make a reservation if you want the tea
     
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    Thanks everyone! It sounds like a wonderful experience.
     
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    I am soooooo getting my husband to go with me on our next trip!!!!
     
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