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May 30, 2013 02:15 AM

Need recs for fun and delicious dinner for 7 adults and 2 kids (5 and 7) this Sat. night, brunch on Sat. and Sun.

Coming in from L.A. We are eating at a friend's house on Friday night, but all 9 of us will be having brunch/lunch and dinner together on Saturday and Brunch on Sunday. Looking for the best cuisine in the best atmosphere for around 50 dollars a person - not including wine. We are seeing LOVE at the Mirage on Saturday night at 9:30 so we probably need to eat dinner around 6. Staying at the Westin on Flamingo just off the strip. We rented a minivan so can easily drive and valet anywhere.

Views of dancing fountains and/or gondolas and other fun visuals are a plus. The adults are adventurous foodies, our kids are not. But they are very well behaved! French and Italian always work for them - as does mexican and thai. Would love to get a delicious but not too expensive seafood platter for all to share at at least one meal!

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  1. One of my favourite things we did when we visited Las Vegas our one and only time last year was all you can eat small plates brunch at Border Grill in the Mandalay Bay. I think the brunch price plus the bottomless mimosas was just under $50pp. However, we had purchased a coupon from so it turned out to be a great deal. Sadly I just did a quick check and it doesn't look like that deal is still on their site. We were kidless but we sat on the patio overlooking the lazy river and lots of birds visited us too. We tried just about everything on the menu and everything was a winner. Bottomless mimosas may have contributed to that though. But we had a great time - if I were to go back to Vegas (I would love to, the husband not so much) I would go there again even though there were many other restaurants I wanted to try.

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    1. re: 16crab

      We did the brunch in March and LOVED it! It is $35 a head and $8 for bottomless mimosas. I'm still thinking about the Peruvian shrimp and grits!