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Aug 15, 2012 06:51 AM

Anniversary dinner rec?

My husband and I will be celebrating our anniversary in LV for a weekend. If you had to choose one restaurant for dinner, where would you go?

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  1. It would be helpful if you narrowed this down a bit. What type of evening/atmosphere do you prefer? Is a view important? Any type of foods preferred? Is there a price point you want to stay under?

    There are so many options in Las Vegas that you will likely end up with a "laundry list' unless you provide more fidelity.

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    1. re: Philber

      Thank you. Prefer any cuisine except French (my favorite but not so much for the DH). Would like an intimate setting where you don't have to yell your order to the waiter. View is not so important. Although I don't like the decor at Sage, I love the menu but unfortunately, they are not open on Sundays. (Anniversary is on a Sunday.) I would have loved to try e by Jose Andres but I don't think they are around anymore?

      1. re: jianni

        When did e by Jose Andreas close?

        1. re: Delphine

          I'm pretty sure e is still going. And going strong.

          1. re: ipsedixit

            Thank goodness - I had a great meal there in June and am looking forward to another one in November.

            1. re: ipsedixit

              é by josé andrés is definitely still going - I have tickets for later this week!

      2. Scarpetta at Cosmopolitan for Italian. View of fountains all night, and just wonderful.

        As a note e is still open. Was confirming details for our upcoming reservation (yay!)

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        1. re: molly32d

          sorry everyone. i could not find it on the cosmopolitan website nor find the number for them on google. my bad. where can i try to book a reservation? i'm an internet dummy.

          1. re: jianni

            Reservation and invitation by e-mail only.


        2. Can think of a better place than Picasso for an anniversary dinner. Ambiance, food, service really make it one of, if not the best place to celebrate. Is the better food? Sure. Is there better service? Possibly. Ambiance? Highly doubt it. Whether you sit inside amongst the beautiful original Picasso's or outside on the patio underneath the Bellagio fountains, you will be in for a fabulous meal/time.