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  • #46
    If your looking for a good steak house I have had two amazing experiences at Craftsteak at the MGM, unbelievable service and the food was amazing.
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    • #47
      Depends on your budget. Obviously Buffets you'll get more for your money. Bellagio and Wynn has the best ones IMHO. Agreed with others about Grand Lux Cafe. Great food, huge portions and very reasonable prices (considering it's in Vegas). If you have room in your budget, Todd English's Olive is a fantastic restaurant in the Bellagio.

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      • #48
        See, I don't get the love of Grand Luxe. To me, it's a small step above Cheesecake Factory. It seems way too manufactured which bugs me.
        Am I the only one that walks into a Subway and says, "It smells like O'Shea's in here."

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        • #49
          Craftsteak is the best restaurant situated at Las Vegas Strip. They have the best food in Vegas
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          • #50
            Originally posted by MissV View Post
            See, I don't get the love of Grand Luxe. To me, it's a small step above Cheesecake Factory. It seems way too manufactured which bugs me.
            I agree... But you can't find a better meal at 4am... & Their breakfast is top notch..
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            • #51
              Also, I little tip for everyone. Stripsteak and Fleur de Lys both have a happy hour in their lounges and have some tasty Erika on the drink menu and a good lounge menu. They are right by each other. Good way to check out both without spending a boatload. Brng on the duck fat fries...
              Am I the only one that walks into a Subway and says, "It smells like O'Shea's in here."

              Upcoming trips!
              July 9-12 - Mirage

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              • #52
                ugg... duck fat fries = cryptonite. there's just no resisting them.

                As far as Grand Luxe being a step above Cheesecake Factory, if you're owned by Cheesecake factory, you're pretty much a Cheesecake Factory.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by jordan86 View Post
                  hey guys just planning my trip, i will be in vegas for 8 nights, and wanted some ideas of where to go to get some really good food in vegas. Any suggestions? Restaurants i shouldnt miss?
                  Here are some of the places I never miss

                  Casa di Amore
                  Zeffirino
                  Ballys Steakhouse (The Chilean sea bass is great)
                  Noodle Asia
                  SUSHISAMBA
                  Craftsteak
                  Jack in the box (I Moved to Wisconsin & cant get it here)
                  Last edited by John_M; 08-02-2011, 08:02 AM. Reason: More info

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                  • #54
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