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#1 Post by Joe Chanley » November 10th, 2016, 11:50 am

I'm out in LV for a conference next week.....has anyone been to any great spots preferably on the strip recently? I'll be entertaining clients.

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#2 Post by alan weinberg » November 13th, 2016, 10:14 am

bump. Would love to hear.

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#3 Post by David J » November 15th, 2016, 3:17 am

It all depends on what you are looking for. For steak, carnevino or cut are probably your top choices.

Jaleo is very good, especially with a group so you can try more things.

Milos is Greek seafood that's good.

The robuchon restaurants in mgm are great but huge $$
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#4 Post by Joe Chanley » November 15th, 2016, 10:06 am

Thank you

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#5 Post by Barry L i p t o n » November 15th, 2016, 2:39 pm

Has anyone tried Aquaknox in the Venetian?

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#6 Post by Kenny H » March 26th, 2017, 4:18 pm

Raku is closed today. Other sushi Recs?
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#7 Post by Paul Jaouen » March 27th, 2017, 6:03 am

Kenny H wrote:Raku is closed today. Other sushi Recs?
Kabuto and Yonaka Modern Japanese. They are very different but both excellent.
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#8 Post by Joe Dulworth » March 27th, 2017, 8:09 am

My favorites lately have all been at The Cosmo:

Scarpetta
Beauty & Essex
Milos
Jose Andres
STK

In order.
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#9 Post by dkwinter » June 20th, 2017, 1:09 pm

Our favs:

Carbone

Joe's Steak and Seafood

Nobu
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#10 Post by Andrew M c C a b e » June 21st, 2017, 9:31 am

Our favorites are:

Carnevino (good selection of Italian wines)

Momofuku - I love a good bowl of Ramen

Le Cirque
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#11 Post by dkwinter » June 22nd, 2017, 10:27 am

Andrew M c C a b e wrote:Our favorites are:

Carnevino (good selection of Italian wines)

Momofuku - I love a good bowl of Ramen

Le Cirque

A recent Momo visit was great!
The Chickpea Ramen was divine!
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#12 Post by Andrew Kotowski » July 17th, 2017, 11:32 am

Had dinner at Scarpetta last night. Great food, but don't go looking for wine bargains. I ended up with a Black Tears Malbec at $130 that was one of the cheapest bottles on the menu.

Other call-out, given WIML's obsession with Cosmopolitan - The Henry is on the first floor and has a great breakfast menu. Huge fan of Short Rib Benedict with a "Hot Under the Collar" Bloody Mary.
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#13 Post by George Hejna » July 17th, 2017, 1:43 pm

Robuchon for me tomorrow night.... We will see how it goes.

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#14 Post by Andrew Kotowski » July 17th, 2017, 9:29 pm

LoS tonight was good, but not sure it was worth the $35 taxi premium. I'd put Bai Tong in Bellevue up against it (minus the wine list) any time. Nice 2013 Donnhoff with dinner. Have to waste calories at Crush tomorrow.
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#15 Post by Ari W » July 18th, 2017, 1:04 am

Had a great meal at Le Cirque last week. Very good wine pairings with the meal as well.
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#16 Post by Andrew Kotowski » July 18th, 2017, 8:22 am

Fwiw - here's a pic of the Henry's short rib Benedict. Just fantastic and I had it again this AM.
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#17 Post by M. Meer » July 29th, 2017, 3:33 pm

Really liked the steak at Carnevino. The porterhouse is solid, but admittedly, I'm a ribeye fan. Had the tomahawk & 9-month dry aged ribeye, which were both fantastic. The sides provide good foil to the beef, and the pastas are passable, with perhaps the spaghetti nero being my favorite of the three we had. We did BYOB, but the list looked to have a few fair deals sprinkled in.
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#18 Post by M. Meer » July 31st, 2017, 12:57 pm

Raku was also on-point. They are offering Kobe beef filet, skirt, and tendon. The fillet was good, but that tendon is INSANE. Ended up getting 4 orders. It's still a great deal, $65 with alcohol, tax, and tip.
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#19 Post by G. Keeler » August 1st, 2017, 8:15 pm

George Hejna wrote:Robuchon for me tomorrow night.... We will see how it goes.

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#20 Post by c fu » August 1st, 2017, 8:40 pm

Andrew Kotowski wrote:LoS tonight was good, but not sure it was worth the $35 taxi premium. I'd put Bai Tong in Bellevue up against it (minus the wine list) any time. Nice 2013 Donnhoff with dinner. Have to waste calories at Crush tomorrow.
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#21 Post by Andrew Kotowski » August 1st, 2017, 10:42 pm

Was $16 or $17 can from my hotel, iirc... x2 (coming, going).
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#22 Post by Paul Jaouen » August 2nd, 2017, 5:41 am

Kame Omakase is my newest go-to sushi spot. $165. Plan to be there about 2.5 to 3 hours. Off the strip on Lake Mead Blvd.
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#23 Post by Josh_Pitcl » August 4th, 2017, 11:24 am

Paul Jaouen wrote:Kame Omakase is my newest go-to sushi spot. $165. Plan to be there about 2.5 to 3 hours. Off the strip on Lake Mead Blvd.
How does it compare to Kabuto? That was my go-to but it's been a minute since I've been to Vegas.
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#24 Post by Paul Jaouen » August 4th, 2017, 12:13 pm

Kame is a mix of traditional and modern while Kabuto is pretty traditional. I haven't been to Kabuto since 2015 so not sure if anything changed. If your on FB, check out the photos. Only 8 seats at the bar so make a reservation ahead of time.
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#25 Post by Josh_Pitcl » August 4th, 2017, 2:43 pm

Paul Jaouen wrote:Kame is a mix of traditional and modern while Kabuto is pretty traditional. I haven't been to Kabuto since 2015 so not sure if anything changed. If your on FB, check out the photos. Only 8 seats at the bar so make a reservation ahead of time.
Thanks! That is impressive. Will see if I can grab a spot while I'm in Vegas.
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#26 Post by Barry L i p t o n » November 27th, 2017, 8:53 pm

What is the best Thai in town?

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#27 Post by M. Meer » November 27th, 2017, 9:32 pm

I like Chada.
Chada Thai & Wine has a more expanded menu. Chada Street is more casual. Both locations are great (food and wine list).

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#28 Post by dteng » December 27th, 2017, 6:53 am

Just returning...

Chada was good, not great this go around.
Bank apparently spends his time at a new restaurant.

Zuma was outstanding.
Every plate was so delicious.
The pork belly skewers were amazing.
Cool swanky vibe.

Jaleo was also excellent.

As above, short rib Benedict at Henry was great, esp with side of beignets/lemon curd.
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#29 Post by David Walker » January 9th, 2018, 10:58 am

Joe Dulworth wrote:My favorites lately have all been at The Cosmo:

Scarpetta
Beauty & Essex
Milos
Jose Andres
STK

In order.
Here now, actually. All week. Bouchon last night - I really love that place. Was looking for something tonight - Scarpetta is a great call, Joe. Been there a couple times.

Everything is really busy with CES going on.

It's been a few years since I've been out here. I really love Vegas. My wallet, not so much...

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#30 Post by Barry L i p t o n » January 9th, 2018, 2:00 pm

From my trip last month

Joel Robuchon -Amazing 5 course meal (no surprise).
Michael Mina; excellent, second best meal
Milos Estatorio, very good but not sure it’s wothy the tariff (unlike JR)
Jose Andeas e - good, with some superlative dishes and a couple of misses
Rivea- very good
RM Seafood (for lunch) ok, won’t go back

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#31 Post by Chris Freemott » January 9th, 2018, 6:09 pm

had a hell of a meal at Guy Savoy a few weeks back...lovely way to spend 5.5 hours...LOL

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#32 Post by G. Greenbaum » January 10th, 2018, 8:30 am

Any recommendations for lunch away from the strip?
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#33 Post by Stephanie Pocchia » January 29th, 2018, 5:10 pm

Lotus of Siam - their Flamingo location is open and the food is still slammin’. Unfortunately, their wine room isn’t open yet and no liquor license as of 1/10.

On Charleston, Tacos el Gordo - super casual and aMAZing eats.

Go up Spring Mountain to China Town and you’ll find loads of places. If you like Ramen or Korean BBQ you won’t be disappointed.

Although close to the strip, lots of locals hang out on Fremont, east of Las Vegas Blvd. The Kitchen at Atomic is da bom - Chef Justin Kingsley Hall is running this place (formerly at Sparrow & Wolf with Chef Brian Howard). Flock & Fowl is close by on LV Blvd - haven’t been yet (my sister raves about this place).

I realize the post is several weeks later. Hope this still helps!
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#34 Post by Poppy Davis » January 29th, 2018, 5:49 pm

From our trip a couple of weeks ago:

Lotus of Siam on Flamingo - nice, new digs; free corkage while they wait for their liquor license; very good, but the spice scale seemed wimpier than it was in the past. We asked for level 6 on several dishes, and they were not that hot.

Hash House a Go Go in the Linq - We got there around 9am or so and had a two-minute wait. When we left, the line was huge. Very, very big portions (pancake was about 12 inches). We all agreed that the food was good, but not great. I have no need to go back.

OTTO in the Venetian - Pizza was ok, not great, fairly greasy. We also had the Brussels sprouts and beets small plates which were very good. It was a nice location with a 4-year-old, as he could look at the street performers on St. Mark's Square.

Mesa Grill - A must-visit restaurant for us each trip. They have the best brunch. The basket of breads they bring to the table are so good. We had the scrambled egg chilaquiles. They used to serve this with an over-easy egg, which I prefer. They refused to change the egg preparation upon request. It was still very good. It comes with a side of crispy home fries, which are delicious.
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#35 Post by Sc0tt F!tzger@ld » April 25th, 2018, 5:37 pm

In Vegas this weekend. Any updated recommendations? Boys trip and they're wanting steak and sushi, but open to any good digs. Bonus for places that don't break the bank / bars with great cocktails or wine lists.

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#36 Post by alan weinberg » April 25th, 2018, 6:09 pm

going this weekend. Gonna do Joe’s Crabs, Scarpetta, hopefully Tacos Gordo, one other dinner friends are picking—the Black Sheep, a Vietnamese place.
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#37 Post by Stephanie Pocchia » April 25th, 2018, 7:42 pm

Scott Fitzgerald wrote:In Vegas this weekend. Any updated recommendations? Boys trip and they're wanting steak and sushi, but open to any good digs. Bonus for places that don't break the bank / bars with great cocktails or wine lists.
Carnevino for steak is amazing, but pricy. The guanciale mashed potatoes are so freakin’ good. If you like Thai, Lotus of Siam is well known & amazing (their Northern Thai dishes are must-haves), but it might be too late to get reservations. They have two locations now, so maybe you have a better shot. Raku is a Japanese small plate place that is also difficult to get into but excellent - prices are good too. If you happen to be in Vegas’ old downtown on Fremont/Las Vegas Blvd, Chef @ Kitchen at Atomic is really good, as is Flock & Fowl, Carson Kitchen, and Esther’s Kitchen. Prices are also better than on the strip. Enjoy!
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#38 Post by Sc0tt F!tzger@ld » April 25th, 2018, 9:20 pm

thanks for the suggestions!

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#39 Post by Brian Gilp » April 26th, 2018, 5:08 am

It's been a year or two since we ate there but we really enjoyed SW and I don't normally do steak houses. I have eaten at Carnevino in the past and it was good as well but I now boycott due to ownership. I haven't been but have been told by many that the best bang for the buck steak on the strip is in Circus Circus.

Also in the Wynn is a wine bar that is a nice place to relax. I forget the name but its in the back toward the country club.

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#40 Post by James Cross » April 26th, 2018, 10:25 am

Circus is certainly a somewhat undiscovered gem, except for locals. They won the "Best Steakhouse" award in the newspaper poll for many straight years. The main appeal to me is that it is not a la carte. With your steak, you get a choice of soup (black bean is great) or salad plus sides. The steak prices have gone up but were probably too low for years. I have not seen the wine list lately as we bring in wine and a friend gets free corkage. What a deal.

If you go to Circus, the location doesn't exactly inspire confidence. As you walk through the hotel, you can't imagine it housing a good restaurant. Once inside, it is an oasis. I've got out of town friends that insist on The Steakhouse on every trip.

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#41 Post by Andrew Kotowski » July 15th, 2018, 11:59 am

Any real-time insights would be greatly appreciated. Here through Sat and will keep a running update while I'm on the ground.
* Bouchon (Venetian/Palazzo) on Bastille Day, no less - 1/2 dozen oysters at $7 = a hell of a lot of oysters. Food was good, but I was not blown away. Wine list was a Vegas wine list - good bottles, but easily 3x mark-up on most bottles, with 5% of the inventory (on a good day) under $100. They did have a 2009 Rostaing La Ladonne for $345, but I couldn't rationalize spending that much, even though it's one of my favorites.
* Yardbird (Venetian/Palazzo) - I really like this place for an informal meal. Great cocktails, good Southern cooking (fried green tomato BLT is delicious) and casual
* Kitchen at Atomic (Downtown) was great. They can’t cook a flap steak to save their lives, but everything else was on point - elote hush puppies, grilled chicken hearts, chimchurri wings and half chicken. Beer list was impressive, with the bottle selection ranging from Cantillon to Eclipse to Deschutes. Logsdon and pFriem on tap. Fun part was walking downtown after wards and checking out the two story, fire-breathing mantis and the Fremont street experience.
* Holsteins (Cosmopolitan) - great beer list (and bottles), typical burger place. I went for the beer and cheese curds, came back for more on a break
* Beauty & Essex (Cosmopolitan) - meat dishes were great, trailed off a bit after that. Was relatively cheap ($600 for 9 people) and it felt like we definitely ate our fair share, which was delivered family-style, which I think is why we kept it reasonable. Cocktails were good, but the bussers kept rushing us (at 21:15 at night) and started picking up plates before people were done. I raised my voice and told one of the guys to put my plate down that he kept trying to run off with.
* Henry's (Cosmopolitan) - uncertain if I had hyped it up too much in my mind, but breakfast was o.k. Short ribs were pretty dried out and the hashbrowns look like they had been sitting for a while and then oiled up to cook again with the order. Friend's chilaquiles were awesome though. Bloody Mary wasn't as good as I remembered. Bit of a let down.
* Scarpetta (Cosmopolitan) - always great. Had the duck and foie raviolis (delicious) and a black calamarata pasta dish (ok). Wine list was stupidly expensive, although we grabbed a 2015 Rafanelli Zin for $125, which was $15 cheaper than Bouchon and went with the Italian theme. Always love to hit Scarpetta.
Milk Bar (Cosmopolitan) - am not a cake fan but was happy to try her Crack Pie, after seeing it on Mind of a Chef. Good, but man it’s sweet.
Public House (Venetian) - potato twisters = bowl of freshly made potato chips, cheese whiz, duck confit and gravy, washed down with several IPAs. Drink lots of water, but great/fat-filled dish!
Sparrow + Wolf (Chinatown) - probably the highlight of the trip, ahead of Kitchen at Atomic. Bone marrow and beef cheek dumplings were fantastic, as was the hamachi carpaccio. Duck and foie combo was good, as were the several veggie items (barbecued salsify, maitake mushrooms, etc). Wine list could use some help, but for a strip mall store next a Macy’s furniture depot, I’m a fan.
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#42 Post by Joshua Kates » July 15th, 2018, 6:06 pm

George Hejna wrote:Robuchon for me tomorrow night.... We will see how it goes.

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How was Robuchon, George?

I've reservations for L'Atelier next weekend, any feedback from anyone would be appreciated, perhaps especially about the winelist--the food, if properly prepared by folks not named Joel, seems compelling.

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#43 Post by Barry L i p t o n » July 16th, 2018, 7:20 am

I couldn’t wrap my head around spending so much to sit on a bar stool so I changed and splurged more at Joel Robuchon main place and loved it! You don’t need to go the tasting menu route. Had a pricey wine by the glass.

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#44 Post by Brian Gilp » July 16th, 2018, 3:00 pm

We ate at L'Atelier back in 2015. Fight night so the place was crazy. Still the food was great and the service was on it’s A game. Only meal better I have had in Vegas was at Alex. Yeah we sat at the bar and talked to the couple next to us. Would have bothered us if it was supposed to be a special meal but if you just want great food without the pretense this is the place.

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#45 Post by Joshua Kates » July 17th, 2018, 7:19 am

Thanks Barry and Brian,

Very helpful! I haven't been to Vegas in years--only the "old Vegas"--so I am still curious what the wine selection was like.

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#46 Post by Brian Gilp » July 17th, 2018, 7:37 am

I don’t recall the wine list. We drank a red burgundy but heaven help me I don’t remember the details or cost.

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#47 Post by Chris.Martin » July 17th, 2018, 4:14 pm

Heading to Vegas this weekend for my wife's Birthday. We have a large group of 18 coming so hopefully it won't be too crazy. So far our plans are:
Friday Night- Beauty & Essex
Saturday Night- Carson Kitchen (downtown)
Sunday Night- Lotus of Siam

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#48 Post by Joshua Kates » July 18th, 2018, 7:05 am

Brian Gilp wrote:I don’t recall the wine list. We drank a red burgundy but heaven help me I don’t remember the details or cost.
Thanks, Brian,

I'll probably end up with Burgundy (maybe white and red) as well.

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#49 Post by Phil Smith » July 18th, 2018, 8:45 am

It's been a couple of years, but the wine list at Robuchon at the Mansion was deep but also very expensive. I have been to Vegas l'Atelier and don't know if it's the same list. I was at Guy Savoy a few months back and despite being one Robuchon's primary competitors in town found the wine list really well priced with a good number of bottles under or ~retail.

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#50 Post by Barry L i p t o n » August 30th, 2018, 1:32 pm

Hi;

Have a work dinner while at a convention at Caesar's. My boss told me to pick someplace really nice, but I know that didn't mean Guy Savoy.

So any recommendations between Mesa Grill, Rao's, or Il Mulino?

Has anyone been to Spago now that they are in the Bellagio? I loved the place when Eric Klein was the chef.

Any other recommendations that are at or adjacent/cross the street from Caesers?

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