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Oct 15, 2008 07:09 AM

Help Vegas Hounds!! Romantic Dinner in Vegas

Getting married in las vegas next month. I have started to browse the southwest board to find a romantic dinner setting for our wedding meal. It is just the two of us so we do not need to worry about accommodating anyone else. We are also foodies, so a combination of romance and a wow meal is what we are looking for. Right now I am leaning towards the Swan Court. I have seen good reviews as far as a romantic setting and a memorable meal. I also think the celebration menu with wine pairing is a great deal. Bar Charlie looks amazing for the experience but I really do not want to be rolling in to my suite on my wedding night. We do not want to be stuffed to the gills.

Any insight would be great! Thanks in advance! I am more overwhelmed trying to pick out restaurants to eat at then where we are getting married!

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  1. I would suggest the smaller tasting menus at either Guy Savoy or Joel Robuchon. Both places are beautiful and would be more than willing to work with you to make the evening memorable.

    Another option might be Restaurant Charlie(since you were considering Bar Charlie anyway) and ordering off the ala carte menu. I had one of the best two or three meals of my life there.


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    1. re: foodgimp

      Personally I think the top three most romantic would be Picasso, Alize, or Alex. Picasso you got the fountain show and picasso paintings everywhere. Alize you got a fantastic view on the Top of Palms Casino and Alex well most chowhounds will say it don't get any better.

      1. re: cgervais45

        Good Call!
        I completely forgot about Alize! It would be a great choice! I've never been to Picasso.

        1. re: foodgimp

          One of the most romantic dinners of my life was at Alize. If you both order souffles, they will swirl the Grand Marnier and Chocolate ones together. Ask for a window and enjoy!

    2. Alex and Le Cirque both fit the bill. There was a couple on their honeymoon at Le Cirque the night I was there and the staff was phenomenal to them, just like they were to myself, but even moreso. Alex.....mindblowing.

      1. On our penultimate trip to Las Vegas, while dining at Piero's -- steak house, old school Italian and Seafood -- we noticed two birthday; celebrations and two weddings at nearby tables. Although not overly discussed on these boards, Piero's may well be THE LAS VEGAS experience.

        1. I can't say enough good things about the Swan Court in Aureole. My wife and I had dinner there on our honeymoon and it is still the most memorable dining experience we have ever had. That was two and a half years ago and we still talk about it. Make sure you get a booth, they are nice and big and you will feel like you are the only people in the restaurant.