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terrylab May 17, 2013 04:43 AM

I'm coming out for a Henderson high school graduation and am certain we'll eat out. Typically they select a buffet, but I'd like to offer up a moderate price memorable moment if at all possible. Any thoughts in particular? I'm not trendy, but would love a celebrity spot if food matches anticipation. I may be shooting too high all around, but appreciate your thoughts. I could also go total no-name but Fabulously delicious food. Anywhere is fine- I'll have car. Graduation at Orleans arena. Thanks!

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    Eric May 17, 2013 06:18 AM

    How much are you looking to spend per person? Any types of cuisine to be included or excluded? Also, are you looking for lunch or dinner? How many people?

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      terrylab May 17, 2013 07:00 AM

      Cuisine is wide open, and my price point is one of a jaded older person paying for "what I think I will like but will leave mostly uneaten" because I'm still really a teenager. For an adult meal, no price cap. But for a family meal, I'm looking for a more moderate price. Truly, buffet could be best but I'm from the east coast and so uninitiated to the fine points of a buffet

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        Eric May 17, 2013 07:04 AM

        What do you consuder to be a moderate price? My version and your version of a moderate price might not be the same thing.

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          terrylab May 18, 2013 04:07 AM

          Less than $100 pp..though price is not so much the issue as place for appropriate graduation family dinner

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