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Getting married in Vegas and bringing my 21 year old son and my fiance's 20 year old daughter. All foodies- 4 nights

ocdgirl Nov 28, 2012 09:28 PM

We would like a variety of fine dining and cool, fun restaurants for brunch and dinner. We will definitely be going to Lotus of Siam and need at least 1 fabulous restaurant for the wedding evening for under $200 per person.

Thanks in advance!

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    vegasvactioner RE: ocdgirl Nov 29, 2012 06:25 PM

    gordon ramsay steak chefs menu, best eatting ive done, la'telier second and more

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      kagemusha49 RE: ocdgirl Nov 29, 2012 11:19 PM

      Seriously, I think you should avoid steakhouses and go for something really nice like Sage at Aria

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        ocdgirl RE: kagemusha49 Nov 30, 2012 12:07 PM

        Thanks, I looked into Sage (we're staying at Aria) & unfortunately, they're going to be closed while we're there. Other restaurants like this that you could recommend would be appreciated!

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          kagemusha49 RE: ocdgirl Nov 30, 2012 12:43 PM

          Well I also like Julian Serrano - IMHO the potatoes with chorizo sausage eaten when the open at 11am make for a nice cozy late breakfast. But no hope that this would work for your "fabulous" meal. How many people for the dinner on the wedding evening? Any particular style guidelines?

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            ocdgirl RE: kagemusha49 Nov 30, 2012 07:59 PM

            Just the 4 of us- 2nd marriage for both. We'd actually prefer something more interesting than a steakhouse, a place that's pretty and has amazing, interesting food.

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              kagemusha49 RE: ocdgirl Dec 1, 2012 02:38 PM

              For just 4 people you have so many choices. And I certainly wouldn't blame you if you went to Lotus of Siam twice. If you can stand the price, you could get 4 seats at e by Jose Andres. You need to email them well in advance to make reservations as they only seat 8 people. The price has gone up (it was $200 including drinks when I went) but unless you've been to El Bulli in Spain, you probably have never had anything like it.
              A lot of people here rave about Raku but I haven't yet made it there myself. And the Joel Robuchon choices are also worth considering.

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                uhockey RE: ocdgirl Dec 1, 2012 08:25 PM

                Interesting, under $200, and pretty (great view, great room) pretty much defines Twist by Pierre Gagnaire. MiX, if you stick to the Ducasse classics, would also make a lovely spot. L'Atelier Joel Robuchon would also fit the bill very nicely.


        2. ellenost RE: ocdgirl Dec 1, 2012 07:59 PM

          Highly recommend Le Cirque at the Bellagio. Beautiful setting, excellent food, and attentive service. Wonderful way to celebrate your special event.

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