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Prime @ Bellagio - Too Dark for Visually Impaired?

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I am reserved at Prime with my wife, but after reading reports here that it is dimly lit, I am worried for my wife, who has a visual impairment leading to difficulty in dark, poorly lit places. In restaurants it is not uncommon for her to have to use the built in flashlight in her phone, and to have to adjust a bit before acclimating and capably seeing others at the table. How dark is the restaurant? We have a 5PM reservation in mid June, so I hope there may be some natural light if we are seated by the window, with view of the fountain. Does the fountain view provide more lighting for dining? How is lighting out on the patio?

Many thanks.

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  1. Plenty of light if you are sitting by a window.