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Nottingham, United...
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Which restaurant?

If you could visit 3 restaurants, 1 higher end for a special meal, 1 middle price meal and 1 cheap meal. Which 3 would you go to.

Going to LV on honeymoon for 2 weeks in June but can't afford expensive restaurants every day so looking for good options. Thank you

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1. Re: Which restaurant?

Went on a convention last week so I ate mostly the food they served only eating outside the hotel a couple times. As you may know each resort hotel has 5-12 restaurants each. By doing a little homework you can get coupons and offers to restaurants at several websites or from the reward cards at different properties.

Eating and drinking in Las Vegas will cost a little more than you are used to. I was surprised at the number of "good" chain restaurants. P.F Chang, Outback Steakhouse etc.

Muskegon, Michigan
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2. Re: Which restaurant?

my 3:

cheap meal: Hash House A Go Go

midrange meal: Gordon Ramsay's burger place. At least there I know what to expect, having been a Hell's Kitchen guest in the past...

Special occasion/high end meal: Alize.

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3. Re: Which restaurant?

Define your budget parameters for each restaurant.

High end places can run a thousand per person with wine.

Nottingham, United...
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4. Re: Which restaurant?

£120 without wine for high end that's both of us not each

£80 for middle

£40 for cheap

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5. Re: Which restaurant?

Cheap: Hash House a Go Go (Imperial Palace) or Burger Bar (Mandalay Bay)

Middle: Border Grill (Mandalay Bay)

High End: Delmonico (Venetian)

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6. Re: Which restaurant?

Guy Savoy or Joel R

Bartolotta

Lotus of Siam or E Milos lunch special for the octopus

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7. Re: Which restaurant?

Planned for my May trip:

Cheap: Lobster ME

Mid Range: Hash House (Still pretty cheap, plus a bogo coupon!)

High: Sterling Brunch

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8. Re: Which restaurant?

Highend: for the view only, I'd pick between CommeCa, Olives (out on the terrace) or Top of the World

Midrange: Palm, Serendipity3, KGB Burger

LowEnd: you've got to go to In-n-out Burger....ok, maybe thats TOO low end. Wicked Spoon Buffet for brunch-lunch works. I am using your $Euro cost parameters. There are many higher end places that are above 120Euro for two.

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9. Re: Which restaurant?

High: L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon

Carnevino

CUT

Middle: Jaleo

Lavo

Gordon Ramsay Pub and Grill

Mon ami Gabi

Low: Grand Lux (good breakfast buffet, good happy hour)

California Pizza Kitchen

Various hotel food court

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10. Re: Which restaurant?

Cheap: Prime Rib Loft at Orleans, Ping Pang Pong or the Cortez Room at Gold Coast.

Moderate: Shibuya at MGM or Red Square at Mandalay Bay, for a little variety.

More expensive for a special experience: Bouchon at Venetian.