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Restaurant Recommendations

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by hokdo, Feb 4, 2019.

  1. hokdo

    hokdo Tourist

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    Just curious, what are new and exciting places in Vegas to eat at. Haven't been in 2 years. Looking for a couple lunch spots and a nice dinner spot. Was thinking Top of The World at Stratosphere so I'm interested in hearing what everyone says about it. I'll get the Aria and Bellagio buffet dinner comped two nights with MyVegas so I'm not too worried about the price of the nice dinner.
     
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  2. michael cadena

    michael cadena Low-Roller

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    Well it all depends what you feel like eating and how much you’re willing to spend on food and. As for lunch spots that’s kinda hard sure in Vegas can eat 24/7 but it’s not really a lunch town. Sure they’re places that serve lunch but why not wait a few more hours for. Happy hour at places
     
  3. rgrif57

    rgrif57 High-Roller

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    We are going to try Hell’s Kitchen for lunch in a couple weeks, just want to see it. New and has a nice lunch menu
     
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  4. VolleyBall

    VolleyBall Low-Roller

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    Definitely go to Hells kitchen for lunch. I went recently and it was $62 for a soup or salad, beef wellington with sides and a sticky toffee pudding.
     
  5. Nittany1

    Nittany1 VIP Whale

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    If price does not matter try Picasso or Le Cirque at Bellagio.
    Carbone at Aria for an unbeatable Itallian restaurant experiences
     
  6. hardcor4

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    Do you need reservations at hells kitchen?
     
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  7. michael cadena

    michael cadena Low-Roller

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    No you don’t need reservations but I’d recommend it especially if you’ll be there on a Friday or on the weekend. It doesn’t hurt and won’t coast you anything
     
  8. Mider999

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    I concur, Hell’s kitchennis the new hot stop at the moment and it’s got great reviews.
     
  9. rooster42000

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    Go to Julian Serrano at Aria you wont be disappointed ,Have some small plates and the best Sangria in Vegas. AAA+