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Dress Code

We have reservations next week at Bouchon, B&B, and Border Grill. Does anyone know the dress codes for these restaurants? Casual, business casual, coat and tie??? Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.

Bill

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Bouchon
3355 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Border Grill
3950 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89119

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  1. From my brunch experience at Bouchon (the visit was on Easter Sunday), it was casual but neat, if you get my drift.

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    Bouchon
    3355 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

    1. All of those places you can get away with casual, but it is preferred smart casual or business casual. Collared shirt and you will be fine.

      I have seen people in shorts and t shirts at all of the places you mentioned but you would probably feel awkward and would probably get sat near the bathroom or something.

      1. I bet a phone call to each place could give you a very accurate answer.

        1. Casual is the word in Vegas- you can go to e in jeans and a nice shirt!!

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          1. re: sockster

            They almost didn't seat me at Alex when I wore khakis, a polo shirt, and nice tennis shoes... of course alex is now closed so it could be correlated to their bitchiness about the dress code

            1. re: chrisdds98

              Sorry chrisdds98, but tennies in Vegas is a no no. Got to wear your party shoes at the big boy restaurants. That being said, daytime you can probably get away with it and certainly at a place like Border Grill. Nightime is a little tougher....

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              Border Grill
              3950 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89119

              1. re: danieli10

                Only the French places care about dress code. So long as you have a sport coat and some nice upscale looking sneakers you can get away with it. But going in looking like you just ran the LA marathon, you will def get the stink eye.

          2. Depends on what time you plan on going. Earlier in the day, you can get away with much more casual clothing. As dinner and nighfall nears, the Vegas vibe turns trendy. Collared shirt/trendy T-shirt, nice dark jeans, and some dress shoes will probably fit right in.