A Week in Vegas
My Fiance and I are going to Vegas to get married at the end of May. We will be staying at the Venetian and its our first time here. (We are there for about a week)
I am a huge foodie, but my fiance not so much. While we don't have unlimited funds we do have some money to spend there. These are they type for foods we love:
Anything local and amazing
We are looking for a good mixture of things and price ranges, from tasting menus to dives.
Sushi- Hyakumi (cesaer's) or the Grand Wok and Sushi Bar (MGM)
Steak- N9ne Steakhouse (Palms), Smith and Wollensky, also a chain but I have been once and I was impressed with this location
Burgers- Burger Bar (Mandalay Bay)
Breakfast/Brunch- Grand Lux (Venetion), it is a chain but for breakfast/brunch its a wonderful, low priced consistent restaurant.
Kokomo's (Mirage) has great lobster bisque with puff pastry, simple and delicious
For lunch try Carnegie Deli (Mirage)- great, huge corned beef and pastrami sandwiches, matzoh ball soup- they also serve breakfast
You should try to make one extensive dinner and go to Guy Savoy at Cesear's Palace... I have not been to the Guy Savoy in Las Vegas but I went to the one in Paris and it is my favorite meal I have ever had so I believe it is worth the visit to that restaurant.
I am very interested in your post and the response. My son, too, will be married at the Venetian in August. Just wondering, did you have a small reception or dinner after the ceremony and if so, where (if you don't mind my asking). I'm trying to narrow down restaurants at the Venetian for two dinner receptions. thank you.
I am a huge foodie and a regular visitor to Vegas, so I could ramble on forever..LOL
Sushi - Okada at Wynn
Steak - N9NE at the Palms or Delmonico's (Emeril's place) at Venetian
Burgers - Burger Bar at Mandalay Place
Breakfast - Tableau at Wynn or Hash House A Go Go (Crazy Farm Food)
BBQ - Lucille's at the District (next to Green Valley Ranch)
High end best meal I ever had - Nob Hill at MGM Grand
Someone told you Toby Keiths, I would pass on it. I tried it last trip and was very disappointed!!
Lots of great new places at Palazzo at Venetian
If you wanted to try something different - Russian at Red Square in Mandalay Bay (they have an actual bar made out of ice and instead of a wine list they have a vodka list)
Stack at Mirage - great place to make a dinner out of drinks and apps (dont miss the hot rocks) it is a steamer tray filled with steaming hot rocks and you place thin slices of filet mignon on it and cook it on the rocks...very tasty!!
Great responses from all and I would add anything at the Wynn..next door
I like Daniel Boulud's and its reasonably priced..Okada for sushi is the best.
Binion's downtown if you want to see the other side of Vegas for the best $4.99 huge ham steak and eggs with hash browns and toast..
Hugos Cellar at the 4 Queens.
I like going to the Palms too..fun place and I hear that Alize is really good.
Congrat's to you ksmitty!
i also got married in vegas, year and a half ago bye elvis. toby kiefs at harrahs for burgers and pulled pork. country music fun casual not expensive
fat burger on the strip
i enjoyed the range also at harrahs for steaks.
ill be in vegas on friday for a week ill up date list for you enjoy
There is an In-N-Out burger there.. that place seems to have a cult following.
I've eaten well in LV, and it has a very diverse selection of high end places by many well-known chefs, but its also pricier for equivalent food - you are paying in some sense for the whole experience. If you are living in an area with a limited selection of good restaurants, I can understand splurging, but don't drop $200 on the same sushi dinner that you can get at home for $150. Its not like Vegas has a lock on all the good ingredients, leaving the rest of us to eat the scraps.