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$100 pp Vegas.. Where would you go?

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broncophil Jun 23, 2009 03:46 PM

Going to vegas this weekend.. Have reservations for Craftsteak, but I think I'm going to cancel, because we ended up making reservations for Texas de Brazil on Saturday (15 guys bachelor party)

On Friday, 4 of us are breaking off and 2 of us guys and 2 girls from the bachelorette party are having dinner..

3 of us are not picky, but one is..

No Sushi and no steakhouse please, due to Texas de Brazil, and it would also have to be on the strip just due to time constraints..

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    climberdoc RE: broncophil Jun 25, 2009 06:33 PM

    I'm having trouble formulating a response to this post because I'm not sure what you mean by "picky". Does picky mean that they are not interested in adventurous foods or that they don't want to been seen in inexpensive restaurants? I think the Southwest Board will come through for you if you're a bit more specific on what you're looking for. You can do very well for $100pp in Vegas in the current economy.

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      Cinnamon RE: broncophil Jun 27, 2009 09:48 AM

      I really liked Fleur de Lys at Mandalay Bay. It's a quiet place, no big 'happening' interior, but the food was really good. Don't miss the beet salad with goat cheese, poached quail egg and house-cured duck. Average bill per person in the $80s, it says:

      http://www.mandalaybay.com/dining/fle...

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        MaldenBoy RE: Cinnamon Jun 30, 2009 10:32 AM

        Couldn't agree more with Fleur de Lys I have eaten there at least 6 times never had a bad meal nice room also . I would also recommend the original Andre's downtown

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          Friend of Bill RE: MaldenBoy Jun 30, 2009 10:40 AM

          Andre's has closed its downtown location - but the Monte Carlo branch is open (and excellent).

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