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Restaurant reviews 12/16

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by westie, Dec 16, 2016.

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  1. westie

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    Cafe Breizh

    3555 S Apache Rd

    http://endoedibles.com/?p=53410

    website: https://www.cafebreizh.com/

    Restaurant.com certificates available





    Four Kegs Sports Pub

    276 N Jones Blvd

    http://endoedibles.com/?p=53378

    website: http://www.fourkegs.com/





    Freedom Beat

    Downtown Grand

    http://tinyurl.com/znca38t

    website: http://tinyurl.com/hakap54





    Gelatology

    7910 S Rainbow Blvd

    http://endoedibles.com/?p=53486





    Lo-Lo’s Chicken Waffles

    2040 N Rainbow Blvd

    http://tinyurl.com/zcabumx

    website: http://tinyurl.com/gw4wu74





    Maggiano’s Little Italy

    10940 Rosemary Park Drive

    http://tinyurl.com/hf3o8me

    website: http://www.maggianos.com/




    Naked City Tavern

    6295 S Pecos Rd

    http://endoedibles.com/?p=53533





    The Noodle Man

    6870 S Rainbow Blvd

    http://endoedibles.com/?p=53448





    Second Street Grill

    Fremont Hotel and Casino

    http://tinyurl.com/z7l7qny

    website: http://tinyurl.com/j6sj6ts



    Shang Artisan Noodle

    4983 W. Flamingo Road

    http://tinyurl.com/zrlza9w





    The Steak House

    Circus Circus

    http://tinyurl.com/hs4zgjy

    website: http://tinyurl.com/gvmrmpo



    shared grilled shrimp appetizer

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    house salad w/blue cheese dressing

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    filet mignon

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    chocolate mousse cake

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    doggie bag

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    Standard & Pour

    11261 S Eastern Ave

    http://tinyurl.com/huos9o3

    website: http://standardandpourlv.com/





    Tody Shop by 6Pack Chef

    238 S Rainbow Blvd

    http://endoedibles.com/?p=53508
     
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    Yeah, I've never been able to bring myself to the STEAKhouse, was reportedly a great value but prices have gone way up and it's fairly up there on the strip. Now with Uber/Lyft it's extremely affordable for those who do not want to rely on public transportation to get to many off strip offerings. Overwhelming majority of on strip restaurants whether French/Italian/Thai/etc seeming offer a good quality steak for $35-$50.
     
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    Thanks, Westie!
    Have to strongly disagree with VB's response, in that hardly any restaurants on the strip provide a "good quality" steak for $35-50. The steaks at the steakhouse are also not ala carte as they are most other places. Not saying that you can't get a good steak elsewhere at a reasonable price, but ... Wife and I just had dinner at N9NE and used the $50 LVA coupon. Total for two dinners, two drinks each, one appetizer, two sides, and one dessert after deducting the coupon was still $185 before the tip. My only complaint about the steakhouse is that the grill smoke does permeate the air - a little too much for my wife's taste.
     
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    I totally understand to each their own and if you or anyone else sees value to the Steakhouses offering by all means go for it! If I look at the restaurant you went to, N9NE, it has a dryaged ribeye for $35, a non-dry aged at the steak house is $61. Now with The steakhouse you get black bean soup or a house salad, a vegetable and potato. Like those choices? Then the Steakhouse is for you because N9NE doesn't even offer black bean soup and a la carte baked potato is $12. If given a choice I'd pick the N9NE and would save money, YMMV. :)
     
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    That's 35-day dry aged, not $35 dry aged.

    A 22 oz cowboy ribeye is $64, an 18 oz dry-aged ribeye is not going to be thirty bucks cheaper.
     
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    Why would this page cause any controversy???? Westie is nice to do this for us and is a great reference for everyone.
     
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  8. roycpa

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    hogman, I don't think anyone is arguing with Westie - and we would all really miss his reviews (in fact we have withdrawal when he misses a week!). Only dispute is with restaurant reviews and prices and whether one or another offers aa better value. VB's prices for the dry aged ribeye were off by about 30 bucks and mjames posted pic of part of their menu. I just wish I could have gotten a N9NE steak for $35. On the other hand the $64 dry aged ribeye that I had was fantastic, and though not a value, it is something I'd order again in a flash.
     
  9. shokhead

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    Plenty of "good quality" steak for $35-50 on the strip. Not sure where you have been looking of eating.
     
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