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Looking for Very Romantic Feel from Restaurant

Kaylap87 Jun 6, 2012 12:17 PM

My husband and I will be in Vegas at the end of August, and I am looking for a very romantic dinner spot for the two of us. I like darker resteraunts that are lit by candle or dimmed lighting, lots of reds, and wood work for an old timey feel. And a view would be nice. As of right now I am kind of stuck between the Binion's Steakhouse which looks nice on the inside from what I can see in the pictures and seems to have a nice view, and then there is Capo's Itallian Steakhouse, which looks even cosier on the inside and not sure if they have a view or not. Does anyone have any recomendations on these two places or any other places that have that same sort of romantic feel but better? Thank you in advance for your help :)

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    Philber RE: Kaylap87 Jun 6, 2012 05:05 PM

    Binions is very old school and the last time we dined there it was very good, but the property is dated and walking through the smokey casino area was a turn off for my wife and daughter. Haven't tried Capo's.

    For what it's worth, my bride really likes the Top of the World at the Statosphere for a romantic evening. She likes to get there around sunset to watch the sun set over Mt Charleston and then watch the lights come up over the city. While in the past (2+ years ago) we had hit or miss meals the last several years the meals have been very good, but not inspiring. Go for the view, visit the bar, enjoy.

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      LVI RE: Kaylap87 Jun 7, 2012 10:22 AM

      Hard to beat Picasso for atmosphere/food.

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        rickym13 RE: LVI Jun 7, 2012 04:06 PM

        picasso is nice

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        kagemusha49 RE: Kaylap87 Jun 7, 2012 11:20 AM

        Andres at the Monte Carlo is pretty solid classical French with the right kind of romantic seating and layout.

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          lv1964 RE: kagemusha49 Jun 12, 2012 11:57 AM

          Alize at the Palm: Same Chef (Andre Rochat), better view.

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            kagemusha49 RE: lv1964 Jun 12, 2012 12:24 PM

            Fair enough - as long as you're not seated watching that hideous flashing Palms sign.

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              lv1964 RE: kagemusha49 Jun 13, 2012 01:38 PM

              That is an ugly sign.

              Ask for a table on the east-side (strip side) of the restaurant.

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          fishyak RE: Kaylap87 Jun 11, 2012 09:45 PM

          The Eiffel Tower. Be sure to get a table with a view of the Bellagio fountains. You can also just go there for dessert - the chocolate sampler is a good choice.

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            ttoommyy RE: fishyak Jun 12, 2012 08:46 AM

            And speaking of the Bellagio, Prime Steakhouse, while not done in warm colors as the OP requests, is plush and has a romantic feel to it. Plus, if you reserve early enough, you can get a table near the window and watch the water show all throughout your meal. There is even seating outside with spectacular views of the water show, though this area is not as plush as the inside dining room. The food is very good and the old-school service adds a nice romantic touch.

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              ttoommyy RE: fishyak Jun 12, 2012 08:48 AM

              Oops, forgot to add a pic of Prime to my last post.

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