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What's new in Vegas - and what's open Christmas?

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Piranha Dec 2, 2009 01:08 PM

I haven't been to Vegas for about two years and will be there over Christmas.

What are the good new restuarants? I'm open to anything - but sushi/Asian are favorites.

Also, are most of the restaurants open Christmas dinner?

Thanks!

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    Dave Feldman RE: Piranha Dec 3, 2009 07:23 PM

    You don't indicate a price point, but a few ideas:

    Raku is (almost) universally loved here. Considering how popular it is, it is very reasonably priced and open late: http://www.raku-grill.com/

    Namaste is right next door to Lotus of Siam and has received much love here. I'll finally have a chance to go this month -- among people I know, some Indian, it's considered to be the best Indian ever in Las Vegas.

    On the high end, Bar Charlie, within Restaurant Charlie at the Palazzo, is very pricey but might have the most universally positively reviewed food of any of the expensive restaurants in Las Vegas here. The food is Japanese-based, and includes raw fish, but I wouldn't consider it a "sushi restaurant." Here's a link to the menu: http://www.palazzolasvegas.com/assets...

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      freecia RE: Dave Feldman Dec 10, 2009 12:38 PM

      Just a note that Raku will be closed on Dec 25, Christmas day. They're open the 24 and 26. Yup, I recently called for a reservation.

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      kdahl5 RE: Piranha Dec 10, 2009 12:53 PM

      The Aria hotel, located between Bellagio and the Monte Carlo hotels will be opening next week. I think they have 13 restaurants and a bunch of those have big names attached to them. I wish they had their menus (prices $$) up because I'll be staying at Aria next weekend, but am to afraid to make reservations without knowing the costs! http://www.arialasvegas.com/dining/fi...

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        shamu613 RE: kdahl5 Dec 15, 2009 09:14 PM

        Good idea eating at Aria. There's nothing like the opening of a brand new restaurant with a brand new staff inside a brand new casino to guarantee a quality meal.

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