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Sage versus Le Cirque?

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kfoster21 Mar 8, 2012 05:13 AM

We will be in Vegas this weekend for the first time, staying at the Bellagio. We have dinner reservations Saturday at Sage but Le Cirque gets so much love on these boards, I'm wondering if we should change that. Or would Le Cirque be an option for pre-theater on Sunday instead? We have tickets for O. Would that give us enough time? Does the pre-theater menu give a good indication of the restaurant?

Also, any recommendations for a nice Sunday brunch?

Thanks!

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    raider RE: kfoster21 Mar 8, 2012 06:08 AM

    have never been to le cirque, but sage is great. you can't lose going there. also, i think it is cheaper, altho hardly cheap. for brunch, try mozen bistro.

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      danieli10 RE: raider Mar 8, 2012 08:41 AM

      We just did MOZen for Sunday brunch....flat out amazing. Fresh sushi cut right there, awesome shellfish and incredible salads, main dishes, and nibbles (like a fresh spring rolls with spicy chicken...so good.)

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      AMC1210 RE: kfoster21 Mar 9, 2012 07:16 PM

      I have been to both, and they are both well worth a visit, I found Le Cirque much more formal than Sage. Aria has a monorail to the Bellagio, although walking distance apart. We saw O after Dining at Picasso, that was the best of the 3 restaurants, we went at 5:30 to make sure we had enough time for the early show.The dinner at Le Cirque was a special Menu on Valentine's Day. In general I have found that Pre theater menus do not do the restaurant justice IMHO. By the way O is the best Cirque du Soleil in town.

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