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Best places to eat on Honeymoon in Vegas

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pmh2244 Aug 11, 2007 10:04 AM

I have been there 10 plus times and have ate at a lot of great places!

We love new american, steakhouses and seafood but are willing to try different places

What are some of your favs?

Thanks

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  1. GroovinGourmet Aug 11, 2007 09:51 PM

    If you've yet to make it to Rosemary's, you need to make up for lost time! I called on a client in the same strip mall for 5 years before discovering Chef/owners Michael and Wendy Jordan's fabulous fare, and have been kicking myself ever since. Far and away the best fine dining value in town, they offer up marvelously executed, aggressively flavored New American cuisine in a lovely room with consistently outstanding service. Sundays are half-price wine nights, and their prix-fixe lunch and dinner offerings are a killer deal. If you do not have wheels your best bet is to get a cheap rent car for a day, explore all that is going on out on the westside, and wrap up your day with a meal you will not soon forget.

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      elrushbo Aug 11, 2007 10:21 PM

      Michael Mina was very romantic, right off the Bellagio Conservatory Gardens, so you're in a good mood before you even get there. Food was amazing!

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