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Palazzo/Venetian Eats

Heading there soon and while I know Carnevino and Bouchon, I don't know much else there. Any other good eats in that complex or close by, particularly of the more affordable variety?

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

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  1. My wife and I had a great meal at Canaletto in the Venetian. It's located right in the courtyard area, so there was also great people watching too. I had the seafood stew ( Bouillabaisse) and it was excellent.

    I also second Carnevino and Bouchon. Loved them both last year...

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

    1. Mario Batali's Enoteca Otto is a lower cost option in Venetian. It's fairly easy for two to eat there, with wine, for around $100. We have dined there on numerous occasions and always been pleased with our meal. Here's the link:

      http://www.venetian.com/Las-Vegas-Res...

      1. First Food & Bar is an interesting alternative. Yes, it's a bar, but with a fairly famous chef (Sam DeMarco), and an usual-for-a-bar menu. I can vouch for Philly Cheesesteak Dumplings, as well as Walnut Shrimp. On my gotta-try list is Phee Pha Pho Duck Noodle Soup (Breast, leg, foie, traditional garnish). Go to the Venetian or Palazzo web site to see the full menu.

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        1. re: Larry

          We thought First Food was great too. One of our more reasonably priced meals on our last trip and the food was really good. Had a great bartender too, which never hurts.

              1. re: HoosierFoodie

                Delmonico is worth going to just for the desserts. Yum!

          1. Go across the street to the Mirage. BLT= really good burgers + boozy shakes at only moderately ridiculous LV strip prices. Smoothies from Canyon Ranch and the Asian noodles place near the poker room, I do not remember the name.