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Aug 24, 2010 11:32 AM

Seablue, Sage, or Aureole for restaurant week?

Heading to vegas for Labor Day which conveniently is also Restaurant Week!

We've narrowed down our choices to these mainly because they all have multiple choices since there will be 4 of us dining and the menus were slight more interesting than the salad, beef/salmon, dessert menus at most places. We can go to two places but aren't sure whether to do Taste of Wynn at Alex one night or two of the above listed.

I've read quite a bit about Sage and seems to get very good reviews but not much on the boards about Seablue. Any suggestions would be great, thanks in advance!

Seablue Restaurant
3799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

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  1. I realize you were specifically looking for reports on Seablue, but I can say that I had an excellent meal at Sage in late March. Service was top-notch, the room was lovely and not in the least bit loud and the market-driven food was exceptional. We let our waiter guide us on what to order since they had just switched over to a spring menu. I won't comment on specific dishes because I imagine their fall menu will be completely different than what was available in the spring. But each of our courses were excellent.
    One thing to watch for: We asked our waiter to pair wines with two of our courses, and though we enjoyed his selections, we neglected to ask the prices before the glasses were poured. When we got the bill we noticed that the four pours were $18 each -- $72 worth of wine. We fully realize the onus was on us to ask the price beforehand, so when we return (and we will) we'll probably order a bottle rather than go the by-the-glass route.

    Seablue Restaurant
    3799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

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    1. re: bocomo

      an alternative at sage is to ask for beer parings. i have been there twice, and both times the beer sommelier nailed it.