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Nov 6, 2008 04:33 AM

Large Group in Vegas (not large in size but in number)

What are your restaurant recommendations for a group of 10-12 to eat at.

Not pricey please (hopefully under $20/person if possible) with a few vegetarian (not vegan) options? Only one vegetarian biggie.

Thanks in advance!!!

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  1. $20 per person including everything? On the Strip? Good luck, you'll need it. Perhaps Burger Bar (think they have a veggie burger option). A better suggestion is Lotus of Siam, if you are willing to venture a little bit off the Strip.

    1. A few ideas;

      Magura, the only Bulgarian restaurant in Las Vegas
      Kilroys, for great burgers and such (you can have a beer and stay under budget)
      Settebello for pizza
      Amena for palestinian (although I'd call in advance for this big of a party)

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      1. re: Dave Feldman

        Thanks! My hubby and I typically just go for an entree....we aren't big on splurging on app's and desserts....hence the $20 max...everyone else might be up for more $$...Where are Kilroy's and Settebello located please?

        1. re: FOTOgrlNic

          Settebello just moved, but it''s located in Henderson, a bit of a schlep from the Strip.
          140 Green Valley Pkwy
          Henderson, NV 89012
          Phone 702.222.3556

          Kilroy's has two locations, both in the northwest.
          1021 S Buffalo Dr, Las Vegas, NV‎ - (702) 363-4933‎
          4340 S Grand Canyon Dr, Las Vegas, NV‎ - (702) 367-3184‎

          Henderson, NV., Henderson, NV

          1. re: Dave Feldman

            Finally got a chance to get to Settebello for the first time since their move, and they are doing quite well - kudos to Brad for fighting through some tough times in an out of the way location, and now that they are in "The District", and share the same parking lot as Whole Foods, business has been very good. Still a drive from the Strip, but about 8-10 minutes shorter than it used to be.