Got in at 11 am, dropped off our bags at THE Hotel-what a fabulous place! Very chic. Best room I have ever stayed in. A 42" plasma TV and a bathtub with plenty of room for two. We immediately went and picked up my wife's sister and her fiancee and took them to the courthouse so they could get their marriage licence for the next days' wedding. Downtown is a major league shithole. Dirty like the worst parts of New York. Why anyone would go all the way to Vegas and stay there is beyond me. My wife and I went back to Mandalay and hit the wave pool for a while-you gotta catch a wave running and jump into it, sliding up to the front! What a beautiful place! My wife and I took the bride and groom to be to Emeril's Delmonico Steakhouse that night for their present. A NICE present!! It could not have been better. A beautiful setting, nice soft, low lighting, looked like a low ceiling cathedral. There was what seemed like an army of servers waiting on us, all professional while being very down to earth people. Offered good drink suggestions. We started with a shared bowl of Parmesan Truffle Chips-as thin as potato chips could be, tossed in Parmesan and Truffle Oil. So light and sooooo good! I had the Oysters Bienville appetizer, which was like shrimp pasta with fried oysters on the corners of the plate. I have never had oysters that I liked before, but gioven my experience with Emeril's Fish House and his cookbooks, I figured it would be good. Outstanding! Oysters that taste good? Then, I had the bone-in ribeye, by FAR the best steak I have ever had. Done exactly as I asked, and perfect! I tried some of my wife's Barbeque Shrimp-the flavor was throughout the whole shrimp and unique-perfect shrimp, to say the least. I was stuffed, but knew I had to have dessert, so I had apple bread pudding with cheddar and oatmeak cookie ice cream. A perfect end to a perfect evening. I was still full when I woke up the next day-oh well!