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Nov 27, 2006 12:00 AM

Las Vegas Bridal Shower

Hi there,

I've been to Vegas many times, but this presents a challenge for me. Any recommendations for afternoon tea or places that would be nice for a bridal shower luncheon in vegas?? I know there is tea at the Four Seasons, but that's a little above our budget. We are expecting a maximum of 15 ladies.

Any help would be really appreciated.

Thank you,

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  1. Alice, what hotel are you staying in? I wonder if they would be able to accommodate you in some special fashion? For instance, perhaps a hotel such as the Venetian, Ceasars or Bellagio would be able to hold a tea in one of their outdoor spaces? Seems with a group of 15, it would fall under the category of being a small party. Obviously, you'd have to pay for it, but I wonder if in the end the cost would be similar to going into a restaurant, and it would wind up being more special. Just a thought.

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    1. re: sivyaleah

      Thanks for the suggestion. We actually haven't booked a hotel yet. This will be in February of next year.

    2. On a weekday, I would suggest Commander's Palace and order the $18.80 3-course luncheon special with 25 martinis. The restaurant is generally not that busy so I think they could accomodate your request while still allowing you to order the luncheon special.

      1. The best lunch I've had in Vegas was at Mesa Grill in Caesars. Very reasonably priced, very cool setting, food was outstanding. They give you breadbaskets with fantastic bread and the best little corn muffins! Plus, with a group of ladies, some of your group is likely to be familiar with Bobby Flay and his shows, so you have the fun/novelty factor. Here's their lunch menu: