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Vegas (mini) Report: Bradley Ogden

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So we decided to solve our problem of "too many restaurants, too little time" by doing some grazing between restaurants. We'd long heard about Bradley Ogden's burger and twice-baked blue cheese souffle, so we went in to try those.

Worth a special trip:
* Yep, that twice-baked blue cheese souffle has entered our Food Hall of Fame. It's a tiny, perfect serving. It comes along with beautifully-prepared pears, some pear puree, some crumbled blue cheese and candied walnuts.

Good, recommend:
*The corn bread
*Cherry Limeaid cocktail - nice enough.
* Burger - the meat on the burger is a very good, nicely seasoned burger. It's kind of the epitome of what a standard burger should be. Definitely solid, perfectly prepared. Comes along with some very nice fries. If you're looking for an imaginative burger, go elsewhere. But if you're looking for solid classic, this fits the bill.

Just ok:
*Amuse bouche was foie gras on brioche with vanilla gastrique and persimmon gelee. Wasn't anything revelatory.
*Caesar Salad. This is billed as their signature caesar salad, so we figured we'd give it a go. It was a remarkably common caesar salad to be billed as a signature dish....

Skip it
*Las Vegas Heat cocktail - chipotle flavor. Meh.

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Bradley Ogden
3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

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  1. Nice review. Out of curiosity, did you eat in the restaurant portion or in the lounge, off the lounge prix fixe menu? Either way, how was the service and the atmosphere?

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    1. re: grimaldi

      Hi - we ate in the restaurant. When we checked in, I explained to the host that we wanted the burger (on the bar menu) and the souffle (on the restaurant menu) and asked him where he'd like us to go. (It was a little slow that evening, so I suppose they didn't mind bending the rules by bringing the burger to the dining room.) The service was excellent, atmosphere was quiet. (But a lot of the strip was quiet last week.)

      1. re: loriannkru

        Just the opposite for me, sat at the bar and had the burger and souffle. They really are very accomodating at Bradley Ogden, one of the many reasons I love it.
        AND that souffle, divine.

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        Bradley Ogden
        3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

    2. The blue cheese souffle is one of the reasons Bradley Ogden is one of my all time fave restaurants here in Vegas. Just reading the description is making me salivate!

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      Bradley Ogden
      3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

      1. It's been too long since I've ben to Bradley Ogden, but we had an incredible dinner in their private room. There were 8-10 of us. Service was outstanding and the meal was one of the best.

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        Bradley Ogden
        3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

        1. Unfortunately tableside cesar is almost non-existant. I do have the real recipe that was passed to me from my mother-inlaw who got it from the brown derby... so im pretty spoiled in that regard. To me, I only eat the caesar at Sinatra's(i think they list it as a creamy lemon vinagarette), or Boa steakhouse since they do tableside and I can tell them to leave out the tabasco and red wine vinegar.

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          BOA Steakhouse
          3500 Las Vegas Blvd, South, Las Vegas, NV 89109

          Sinatra (Encore)
          3121 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

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          1. re: BedazzledLV

            Ever had it at Delmonicos?

          2. Would you share that Ceasar Salad recipe?? Thanks