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.
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.
I liked Jaleo a lot. Huge variety of Spanish dishes; bright, festive atmosphere; mixed age crowd.
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.
Milos is very modern and bright in its décor. 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.