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Off strip Eating

Although we have been to Lv before, we never ended up eating off strip. We are going for 2 weeks this time and i am looking into eating some nights off the strip (not miles and miles away)

Just wondering of anyone has any suggestions, doesn't have to be stupidly cheap, just want good food but not at stupid high prices and ala cart portions.

Staying at the Signature.

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1. Re: Off strip Eating

Chinatown has some GREAT choices if you like Chinese and other Asian food!!

Topeka, Kansas
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2. Re: Off strip Eating

The American Casino Guide has some buy-one-get-one free buffets for off-strip casinos such as the Silverton and think South Point (can't remember others at the moment). We used to enjoy using the coupon at the Orleans but notice it wasn't in the book this year :(

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3. Re: Off strip Eating

I generally think this is a question better left to the locals (which I am not) as they have more experience dining regularly off the strip. But in my experience, I've really enjoyed Rosemary's and Marrakech. I have eaten at Rosemary's several times and never had a bad experience, although I've seen mixed reviews recently. Marrakech is a Moroccan place complete with sitting on the floor, belly dancers, etc...but is a fun/unique experience.

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4. Re: Off strip Eating

If you have a car you might want to drive out to the M Resort and eat at their buffet, it's really good.

Also, go downtown, the Flame at El Cortez gets great reviews from people on this forum as does Firefly at the Plaza. My favorite DT for a nice meal out is Hugo's Cellar at the Four Queens, make a reservation for that one. If you want a real value for money meal, go to Ellis Island on Koval and either have their unlisted/unadvertized steak special ($6.99!) or their ribs. Both are very good.

Las Vegas, Nevada
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5. Re: Off strip Eating

Do you mean really off the Strip, say Henderson or Summerlin? Or still strip area, may be on Paradise? Do you want something still in a casino or a stand alone local spot?

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6. Re: Off strip Eating

When I lived in Vegas, my favorite place for Sushi was Sushi Fever on Sahara. It's not too far off the strip and it is always filled with locals. I really enjoy sitting at the sushi bar and whenever I am back in Vegas, I try to stop by.

Try this link

tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g45963-d42…

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7. Re: Off strip Eating

Try Casa Di Amore.

If you make a reservation in advance, they will arrange for their limo to pick you up and take you back to your hotel after dinner. Just tip the driver. Very convenient.

Check Restaurant.com for a gift certificate.

Edited: 13 July 2010, 22:08
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8. Re: Off strip Eating

My daughter and I enjoyed our meal at the Florida Cafe, good Cuban food. It's about halfway between the Strip and Downtown, in the Howard Johnsons. Last time I checked they also had certificates on restaurants.com.

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9. Re: Off strip Eating

I love this question because we are always looking for something unique when we make our yearly visit to Vegas so this year we are going to try "NU Sanctuary Lounge at Town Square. Here is their website:

http://www.nulounge.com/

Another place, and I cannot remember who brought it up on this forum but we plan to try out is Todd's Unique Dining:

http://www.toddsunique.com/

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10. Re: Off strip Eating

this always makes me laugh because people say they want to eat off strip or did eat off strip but then say they only want to be a few blocks off strip. Off strip is not just a few blocks in either direction, that is still the strip area.