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Parma by Chef Marc?

uhockey Jul 10, 2013 06:36 PM

Heading to Vegas for a job interview next weekend. Most of the agenda is planned out but I have room for one more dinner. Have a car and have been to most of the strip (and many off strip) spots. Was thinking Chada Thai, but came upon Parma and it seems promising for a sort of 'locals only' spot.

Other plans include DW Bistro, Fat Choy, Marche Bacchus, Dom DeMarco's (brunch).

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    Philber Jul 10, 2013 07:36 PM

    As much as it saddens me to say this, I would recommend that your take Marche Bacchus off your list. We thought they had turned a corner and their service and quality was returning to what it once had been. Our last visit, will be our last. Very average food and poor service. I won't be fooled again......

    Parma by Chef Marc - I haven't dined in his new location but was always pleased in his old restaurant on Rancho. We even sponsored a few company dinners there and everyone was surprised at the value (quality for the price) and the wine list was quite nice.

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      uhockey Jul 10, 2013 08:08 PM

      Somewhere else good for charcuterie, cold foie prep, etc?

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        Philber Jul 12, 2013 02:00 PM

        Comme Ca is a good choice. Some on the board have had less than stellar service, the times we have dined there the service has been very good.

    2. chowmcd Jul 27, 2013 09:27 PM

      uhockey, any don't miss restaurants from your travels? I have followed your blog over the years, and we will be in LV next week. Thanks for any tips/advice.

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        uhockey Jul 27, 2013 09:35 PM

        I really enjoyed Parma - very "red sauce" and delicious with a sort of homey small town feel. The gnocchi speck was excellent, as was the baba au rhum.

        Had a great brunch at both Dom DeMarco's and DW Bistro and really enjoyed the scenery and charcuterie at Marche Bacchus.

        Fat Choy was a steal for the quality of the food and although Pub1842 was only okay, the peach dessert was excellent.

        As to my best bite in Vegas - the Salted Caramel Twist Doughnut at Pink Box.

        As I'll be relocating to Sin City in November, expect much more to come.

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        1. re: uhockey
          chowmcd Jul 29, 2013 10:56 AM

          Wow, thanks for such a quick reply. I really value your taste and advice.

          All the best to you as you transition to a new job and relocation!

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