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    Quote Originally Posted by TripletDaddy View Post
    Ha or earlier. When I was in college, the Rio buffet was basically nirvana because they had prib AND Chinese food. Also, not sure if anyone has done a slutification analysis comparing cocktail waitresses but the Rio cocktail waitress outfit had to rank pretty high on that scale. I bet pelagiu$ had done some sort of study on this issue.
    The best cocktail waitresses are at the M and it isn't even close. They are incredibly beautiful and over the top nice.

    South point isn't horrible, surprisingly.

    Any strip casino is hit or miss. The Pleasure Pits that all the big places have have replaced the hot cocktail servant.

    Good lord this town is wrecking my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fusnik View Post
    The best cocktail waitresses are at the M and it isn't even close. They are incredibly beautiful and over the top nice.

    South point isn't horrible, surprisingly.

    Any strip casino is hit or miss. The Pleasure Pits that all the big places have have replaced the hot cocktail servant.

    Good lord this town is wrecking my life.
    Is Hash House A Go Go still in the M? Delicious fried chicken and waffles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thesaint258 View Post
    Is Hash House A Go Go still in the M? Delicious fried chicken and waffles.
    That locale closed.

    Still at the Linq.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fusnik View Post
    That locale closed.

    Still at the Linq.
    And on West Sahara.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fusnik View Post
    That locale closed.

    Still at the Linq.
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    And on West Sahara.
    And at the top of the Plaza, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thesaint258 View Post
    Is Hash House A Go Go still in the M? Delicious fried chicken and waffles.
    We were going to have that at Rio tonight before Penn and Teller but I guess it is only breakfast and brunch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuskyFreeNorthwest View Post
    We were going to have that at Rio tonight before Penn and Teller but I guess it is only breakfast and brunch.
    also, it's not that good
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    Quote Originally Posted by old_gregg View Post
    also, it's not that good
    Yep. Huge portions of bland food. There are a dozen breakfast places in town I would recommend over HHaGG.
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    I think it's good, but nothing great. I've been twice in 8 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donuthole View Post
    Yep. Huge portions of bland food. There are a dozen breakfast places in town I would recommend over HHaGG.
    I've never felt the need to go. I've seen enough people post pictures of their dinner that I'm just not interested.
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    Joël Rubochon is the best meal I've ever had. The 15 course tasting was amazing, there wasn't one part that didn't blow me away.

    The bread cart was crazy.
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    Hash House has awesome pancakes.

    The mango coconut pancakes, brown sugar banana with whip, unreal stuff.

    I go to Rise and Shine for white people chicken and waffles, it's a solid solid joint.

    Ate at Gordon Ramsey pub today, meh.

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    Del Friscos was really good. Traditional steakhouse ambiance but not stuffy. Cool staff that aren't trying to rush you out the door. Our group mainly had filet mingon and bone in waygu, really great. Creamed spinach was delicious. Same for su gratin potatoes. Lobster Mac and cheese was probably the table favorite. Would go again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by San Juan Sun View Post
    Del Friscos was really good. Traditional steakhouse ambiance but not stuffy. Cool staff that aren't trying to rush you out the door. Our group mainly had filet mingon and bone in waygu, really great. Creamed spinach was delicious. Same for su gratin potatoes. Lobster Mac and cheese was probably the table favorite. Would go again.
    probably my favorite chain steak.
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    I received a request for suggested places for a retirement dinner in mid-September. It will be around eight to twelve people. HFN mentioned Picasso and Robuchon - would either of those be a good place? Any other recommendations?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Public View Post
    I received a request for suggested places for a retirement dinner in mid-September. It will be around eight to twelve people. HFN mentioned Picasso and Robuchon - would either of those be a good place? Any other recommendations?
    You paying?
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    Quote Originally Posted by falafel View Post
    You paying?
    The firm is, so all suggestions are welcome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Public View Post
    The firm is, so all suggestions are welcome.
    robuchon=
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Public View Post
    I received a request for suggested places for a retirement dinner in mid-September. It will be around eight to twelve people. HFN mentioned Picasso and Robuchon - would either of those be a good place? Any other recommendations?
    Robuchon is the best, don't wimp out get the 18 course menu. Plan on a solid 3 hours. Robuchon spent a week there last year redoing the menu, I'm planning on going back this fall when we go.

    Picasso is fantastic, but JR is a different level. The only 3 Michelin Star in Vegas.
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    Go to Lotus. So dope.


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    We just ate at a place called...I'm going to butcher this...Burger King?. Vegas' finest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuskyFreeNorthwest View Post
    Joe Public, where did you end up going? Bro you have to return and report!
    I just saw this. It's actually later this week. The guest of honor put in a special request for . . . Scarpetta. I haven't been, but the few comments here aren't promising.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Public View Post
    I just saw this. It's actually later this week. The guest of honor put in a special request for . . . Scarpetta. I haven't been, but the few comments here aren't promising.
    Lol! (Assuming you don't die--if you die from food poisoning, then :sadface: )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Public View Post
    I just saw this. It's actually later this week. The guest of honor put in a special request for . . . Scarpetta. I haven't been, but the few comments here aren't promising.
    Quote Originally Posted by Donuthole View Post
    Lol! (Assuming you don't die--if you die from food poisoning, then :sadface: )
    Is that the small place in the Cosmo? If so, I had a fantastic meal there a couple years ago. I can't recall what I ordered, but I remember loving the food, and being pleasantly surprised at the cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuskyFreeNorthwest View Post
    Robuchon is the best, don't wimp out get the 18 course menu. Plan on a solid 3 hours. Robuchon spent a week there last year redoing the menu, I'm planning on going back this fall when we go.

    Picasso is fantastic, but JR is a different level. The only 3 Michelin Star in Vegas.
    A few years back, had a reunion with some HS friends at the MGM in Vegas and we reserved a private dining room at Robuchon and had the 18 course meal. We still talk about that fantastic meal to this day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Public View Post
    I just saw this. It's actually later this week. The guest of honor put in a special request for . . . Scarpetta. I haven't been, but the few comments here aren't promising.
    Quote Originally Posted by Donuthole View Post
    Lol! (Assuming you don't die--if you die from food poisoning, then :sadface: )
    I'd avoid the squid ink pasta. It tasted good going in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Public View Post
    I just saw this. It's actually later this week. The guest of honor put in a special request for . . . Scarpetta. I haven't been, but the few comments here aren't promising.
    I went to Scarpetta a couple weeks back and I've been many times and I've never walked away all upset that I ate there. It's good.

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    Picasso in the Bellagio is the best food I've ever had. ldc and I have been there 4 times and it has never disappointed, it makes it hard to strike out and try new places because we like it so much.

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