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Looking for restaurant suggestions at Wynn.

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  1. What meal? What Price Range? What sort of food? Does this include Encore?

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    1. re: uhockey

      Dinner. I'm considering one high end and one not high end. I'm definitely a foodie. Even considering the buffet since I've never been to one in Las Vegas. I'm not sure what the difference is between Wynn and Encore.

    2. I stay at the Wynn a lot, but take many of my meals outside the property. Two places I frequent are:

      Red 8 for Chinese. While it's not authentic and overpriced, it is always satisfying. Everyone I have taken there always wants to go back.

      Tableau for breakfast. One of the main reasons I stay in the Tower Suites is to have breakfast here. The menu is standard hotel breakfast, but they execute very well. The watermelon juice is a hangover miracle.

      1. Consider Bartolotta, though I also had a really good special eveny meal recently at Wing Lei.

        Agree on Tableau.

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        1. re: uhockey

          I dunno . . . we were VERY disappointed in our meal at Bartolotta.

          1. re: zin1953

            What happened? I've only heard good things, other than it being very expensive.

        2. Why at the Wynn, specifically?

          1. We dined recently at the Wynn and enjoyed LA Cave..
            Country Club and Tableau are very good too.

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            1. re: Beach Chick

              Have stayed 3 times at Wynn in last 18 months. Love the the tower suites w upgrade provided by Amex FHR program

              Restaurants:

              La Cave, Spanish theme in Barcelona ambiance in much smaller scale than typical Vegas place. Pre dinner to very late.

              Country Club, at midday overlooking the course. Intimate and delicious.. Schockingly pleasant.

              Wazuzzu, Asian fusion. Wonderful food. Very fun to watch hip, young Asian tourists eyeballing the cowboys and cowgirls in for the NFR rodeo finals in December.

              Tableau: $80 daily breakfast credit from Amex. Wow!

              Bartolotta: disappointing. Hyper expensive as you dine w conventioneers pushing their lanyards aside to consume Italian seafood and pasta. Atmosphere kills the cuisine.

              Have fun