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Jan 28, 2013 01:23 PM

Cosmopolitan Restaurants/Bars/Lounges

I would like to know your thoughts on any of the restaurants/bars/lounges you have been to in the Cosmopolitan Hotel.
Quality of food, ambiance, is it worth the price, quality of cocktails, average age of customer etc.

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  1. I've only eaten at the Wicked Spoon, the buffet, and we liked that a lot...maybe even better than the Buffet at Bellagio. I've heard nothing but amazing things about the Greek restaurant-Milos-and their fixed price lunch special so that will definitely be on the list when we stay here in March.

    1. E by Jose Andres is excellent. Scarpetta is very good. Both have mixed age groups.

      1. I liked Jaleo a lot. Huge variety of Spanish dishes; bright, festive atmosphere; mixed age crowd.

        1. I've eat at Wicked Spoon, DOCG, China Poblano, and Holsteins.

          Wicked Spoon was a great buffet and I wish I had gone there again on my most recent trip instead of Bacchanal.

          DOCG was a great meal and the server there recommended Jaleo very highly. I wish I had the chance to check it out. Everything I had (except, perhaps, the assagini, was somehing I was glad I ordered).

          Both China Poblano and DOCG have great desserts (mango "sticky rice" and and caramel budino, respectively). Holsteins had a good burger, but nothing to rave about.

          All of them had a very mixed age of customers, although I would say China Poblano probably had the youngest customers on average when i was there.

          1. Milos is very modern and bright in its d├ęcor. Wait staff is attentive. The $21 lunch special is exceptional value and it is worth paying an extra $10 to upgrade to octopus. The clientele at lunch were of all ages.