need recs for new places
My hubby and I have been to vegas a few dozen times and have been to a lot of the restaurants in the past 5 years. However, we haven't really been to Vegas in the past 2 years (darn kids), and we are planning a 2 night get away.
We love the food at Aureole, Bartolotta, Rosemary's (sooo sad that they closed since we went there almost every time we went), LOS, Michael Mina Commander's Palace (again, very sad about no more martini lunches). Are there any special dinning menus (kind of like the Taste of Wynn last year) or newer restaurants that you would recommend? or any that have gone downhill and aren't worth a visit.
Thanks for your recs, you haven't steered me wrong.
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If you enjoy Japanese food I would recommend Raku (http://www.raku-grill.com/). The restaurant is off the Strip and closes at 3am (closed on Sundays). If E is not to your liking Jaleo by Jose Andres (where E is located) might be an option for you. An option for lunch is the $20 lunch at Milos at the Cosmopolitan (but I am unsure if it is available on the weekend). Additionally, I would recommend L' Atelier at the MGM; I love the sushi bar seating but with small portions of French food.
3708 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Yes Rosemary's is closed, but Todd's Unique is open and still serving an awesome meal for a very reasonable price. If you want to stay on the strip I would suggest checking out the Cut of the Week at Charlie Palmers (Four Seasons in Mandalay Bay) $48 pp for three courses with bottomless wine included. We dined there recently and the meal was great and you cannot beat the value.
A small place in view of the Stratosphere , and it made the top 50 places to dine in Las Vegas ,is the Bar+Bistro in the Arts Factory. A lot of the online info is actually for the previous operators when it was Italian fare. Chef Beni is doing a Latin themed menu now. There are also various events that happen in the adjacent courtyard that you may find enjoyable.