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JDavis17 Dec 31, 2013 11:32 AM

Hello,
I am getting married in Las Vegas in April 2014. We are looking for a more casual restaurant to throw a reception after the wedding for 20-25 people. I have called several restaurants within hotels and casinos, and all of these places require a total food and beverage purchase of at least 3000$!! My party is only 20-25 people, that averages 150$ spent by each person! We can't afford this and are looking for a nice restaurant that we can just go, sit down, everyone order what they would like and have a pleasant time! Thank you for any feed back!

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  1. Veggo RE: JDavis17 Dec 31, 2013 11:36 AM

    You might check out Piero's. Good osso buco and stone crabs.

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      Eric RE: JDavis17 Dec 31, 2013 12:43 PM

      What kind of food? Lunch or dinner? How much do you want to spend per person? Also, will you have vehicles? Cabs will add about $25 to $40 each way without tip. Cabs are only allowed to transport five people in each cab.

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        VegasGourmet RE: JDavis17 Dec 31, 2013 01:34 PM

        In other postings, I have suggested Ferraro's Italian Restaurant...it's on Paradise, across from the Hard Rock and only minutes from the Strip. They have a number of different rooms for private parties, excellent food. They specifically moved to this address from their original one to attract more group business.

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          fledflew RE: VegasGourmet Jan 7, 2014 01:07 PM

          I second this rec on Ferraro's. Everytime I've been there, the food was very good, the service excellent, and the prices were very reasonable. They should be able to accommodate a group of 20-25 very comfortably.

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          josephnl RE: JDavis17 Jan 2, 2014 11:56 AM

          Check out the Golden Steer on Sahara, right off the strip. I haven't been in years, but it used to be very good. Perhaps some local CH's could comment on whether it's still good.

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            lvnvflyer RE: JDavis17 Jan 2, 2014 01:39 PM

            It would be great to know where you are staying and where you are having the ceremony to focus things a bit. A couple of near strip options might include mundo, which is an upscale Mexican restaurant in the world market center; the triple George, which is downtown ; and ferraros which is mentioned below. If you are willing to venture farther off the strip the options increase. There is a new restaurant in green valley called Sammy's; it's the same owner as Sammy's wood fired pizza but has a broader menu and is a bit nicer with a lot of variety. It's off the strip but is right off the highway. Also in green valley if you wanted to go very casual is a terrific pizza place, settebello, which has great thin crust pizzas and a full bar. It would be a bit different for a wedding but would be very tasty. Again, if you could give a bit more detail people could probably make even more suggestions. And congratulations !

            1. mucho gordo RE: JDavis17 Jan 6, 2014 11:12 AM

              Check this out. I'm sure you'll find it well within your price range and the food /service is great.
              http://www.viabrasilsteakhouse.com/

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