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Best High End Restaurants for Business Dinner

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I am taking 8 clients to dinner in Vegas and haven't been there in years. What are some of the best spots these days?

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  1. Il Mulino in Caesar's Forum shops for Italian. Had dinner there on Tuesday night. Elegant, outstanding...expensive...LOL (be prepared) and come HUNGRY.

    1. Haven't been in two years but Carnevino seems like the kind of place you might be looking for. Great Italian steakhouse. Nice setting and wonderful food. They even have a private room that you might be able to book.

      1. Depends on what you are looking for. But "expense" account dinners...Le Cirque is right up at the top. I would include Joel Robuchon (NOT l'Atelier) but it may be a bit too starchy and rigid for a business dinner (I am thinking like I was conducting a business dinner in LV and while Robuchon is one of, if not THE best restaurants on the strip you will not have much "fun" in there.). Sage may fit the bill too, although it may be just the opposite of Robuchon in that it is a tad too loud. Not overly but it can be quite a bit louder than Le Cirque. I also love Picasso as there is not a more beautiful restaurant. While some lament that the food is "stale" after all these years, for those that have not been, it is outstanding.

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        1. re: LVI

          I'm a big fan of Le Cirque, Sage and Joel Robuchon (on my last visit to Joel Robuchon, there was a business dinner seated next to me). Haven't been to Picasso in ten years, but wasn't crazy about it; maybe it's gotten better.

        2. My husband entertains in Vegas often and his clients always enjoy Delmonico, The Palm and B&B. As you can tell, they lean heavily toward the carnivore but all have fresh fish selections available.