Four Night in Vegas - Please Critique my List
I don't gamble - I'm here for the food and the spectacle, but mostly the food.
That said, can't afford the excess of $300/head spots. (But a splurge at $100-$150/head is acceptable if the food is awesome).
Here's the current list:
L'Atelier de Joel Roubuchon
Bradley Odgen Lounge (cheap late night after flying in)
Bouchon (breakfast before the flight)
What do you think?
Anything fabulous (but not too dear) I'm missing?
Anything on this list that should be removed?
3355 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
1739 Pearl St, Boulder, CO 80302
3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
We were in Vegas last month, went for a late night burger at Bradley Ogden which was great. Sat at the bar and had great service, even got some complementary champagne and dessert, would go again.
The one other "snack' we really enjoyed was at the Bubble Bar at Guy Savoy, we went our actual dinner to try it out. Some of the most expensive champagne by the glass around BUT you can order a tasting at the bar, something like $40.00 for 4 bites, easily could have been a meal and everything was fantastic. A great value for what you are spending.
First Food & Bar at the Palazzo also kept coming up as a good place to try but we never got there.
3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
I think Wing Lei is completely overrated as well. I found the servers to be rude and the food nothing special.
I would concur with the above reference to Wing Lei - a nice setting, but the food is only good, and not great. If the thought process was to include an Asian evening as part of your stay it would make some sense, but unfortunately most of the Asian fare on the Strip does not make bells ring, like your other suggestions do. If it is only about the food, and not the ambience, then Lotus of Siam and Raku hit the highest Asian notes in Las Vegas these days.
I think that Alex in the Wynn would be a better choice than Wing Lei. The $89 per person Taste of Wynn menu is a wonderful value.