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Dinners finalised, now what about lunches?

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I have just finished reserving dinner at e so that locks up the dinners for my 7 day visit to Las Vegas. I will be going to Joel Robuchon, L'Atelier, e by Jose Andres, Fleur, Sage and the Wynn buffet. I am passing on Guy Savoy as I went to the Paris version last May and CUT because although I really want to go there I am from Australia so the Australian wagyu option doesn't really cut (pun intended) it for me.

I also have P.U.B., Red 8 and BLT Burger for lunches but still have 4 lunches unaccounted for. Does anyone have any strong lunch recommendations for some of the newer restaurants at Aria or Cosmopolitan?

Thanks!

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  1. If you're already doing BLT, Holstein's at Cosmo may be "burger overkill". If not, then definitely do it. But if so, then China Poblano at Cosmo is also a solid lunch option.

    1. Lotus, order off regular menu, Country club especially if its nice outside(great patio)

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      1. re: palmdoc1

        Milos in the Comopolitan has a $20.11 3-course lunch that sounds good:
        http://tinyurl.com/692pg2w
        http://tinyurl.com/4buh52n

        Payard Patisserie also offers a 3 course prix fixe lunch but I am not sure of the current price ($21?):
        http://tinyurl.com/ae7q9q

      2. Comme Ca is good.

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        Comme Ca
        3708 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

        1. I had a nice lunch at Joes Stone Crab last time I was in Vegas.

          1. Milos at the Cosmopolitan would be my suggestion. They have a three course lunch menu for $20. While I have never been to the Vegas location, I am from Montreal, Canada and the original Milos restaurant is here and is one of the top restaurants around. I am definitely going to check this place out when we come in July.