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kmbeer May 23, 2012 10:51 AM

Ok, leaving Sunday (cannot wait!) and have all reservations made. Now I just need to know what everyone recommends at the following places:

Sunday:

Snack / Lunch: Public House in the Venetian. Never been but the crazy selection of beers and the poutine fries look too good to pass up.

Dinner: RM Seafood in Mandalay Bay. Suggestions?

Monday:

Breakfast: Bouchon. Bummed that they don't have the Chicken and Waffles for weekday breakfasts. Other suggestions?

Dinner: Michael Mina. Most likely going to do the tasting menu if they don't require whole-table participation. Lobster pot pie is a must.

Tuesday:

Breakfast: Verandah at the Four Seasons. I'm thinking I need to go with the huevos rancheros.

Dinner: Sage at Aria. Likely doing the tasting menu with beer pairing here.

Gimme your thoughts! Thanks in advance.

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  1. ttoommyy RE: kmbeer May 23, 2012 12:21 PM

    You must, must, must try the charcuterie at the Public House! We had the duck rillettes, country pate and a porchetta stuffed with rabbit loin. As a bonus, the chef sent out a "foie gras parfait." This was a crock of foie gras with a layer of rhubarb gelatin on top. It was all delicious. We were amazed at how good the food was given that we had never heard of the place before. Enjoy!

    1. Larry RE: kmbeer May 23, 2012 01:02 PM

      Bouchon breakfast: Oeuf & Boudin Blanc. Includes an excellent croissant. I love this dish, but some folks hate boudin blanc; it's soft and somewhat sour.

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        albatruffles RE: kmbeer May 23, 2012 01:38 PM

        RM Seafood
        Rick's Tasting Game

        Bouchon
        Profiteroles
        Steak “Bouchon”

        Michael Mina
        Tasting Menu
        Chef's Dessert Tasting

        Sage
        foie gras custard 'brulee'
        roasted sweetbreads
        beef belly or hanger steak
        braised veal cheaks
        canelles de Bordeaux
        absinthe

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          nomnomyum RE: kmbeer May 24, 2012 09:03 AM

          At bouchon: ouef and boudin blanc with a side of the world's best French fries. The bread pudding style french toast is also great.

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