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Jan 13, 2010 11:06 AM

Vegas Wedding Dinner Suggestions?

I am going to be getting married in Vegas in March. I'm really looking for some dining opinions in terms of our wedding night dinner. It will be a total of 7 people (us and parents) and I want something elegant but not overly expensive. I consider myself a "foodie" so of course I'm looking for the best possible food over anything.

Our first choice would be Fleur de Lys, but unfortunately they are closed on Sundays. Right now the top two choices are either Picasso or Rosemary's (I am not opposed to going off strip). Now, something like Alex is a bit out of price range, prefer to keep it to around $100-120 per person, and tasting menus would probably make it easier. Any suggestions out there? Thanks.

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  1. Here is one situation where I would recommend Rosemary's (can you believe that Groovin'?). Food is of approximately equal quality as Picasso and the prices are much more reasonable.

    That said, if you are interested in Alex, check out the Taste of Wynn. This is a 3-course prix fixe for $89pp. This is one of the finest restaurants in town and a fitting venue for a wedding dinner since if all goes well, you only get married once. In my not real humble opinion it is on another level than Rosemary's and Picasso and with the prix fixe is not much more expensive. Seems like a no-brainer.

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    1. re: climberdoc

      Thanks. I saw the tasting menu for Alex on the Taste of the Wynn, but alas, it's not offered on Sunday! I think we are going to go with Rosemary's as it has a mostly positive opinion as well as allowing us a wedding cake at the dinner.

    2. We had our pre-wedding dinner at Mon Ami Gabi two years ago and it was great. There were about 15 of us and they put us in the private room in front which overlooks the Bellagio fountains. It honestly wasn't my first choice because I wanted something a little more upscale but it ended up being the perfect choice. The food and service were both incredible and my dad hasn't stopped raving about it since. Another choice might be the private room at Serio at Aria. My parents had a 50th anniversary party there in January and it was quite nice.