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Old Aug 6, 01, 9:59 pm
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Do you have any recomendations for fine dining at a reasonable price in Las Vegas?
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Old Aug 7, 01, 10:32 am
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I'm not sure what you consider reasonable but there are literally dozens of fine restaurants to choose from in Vegas.

If you want a bargain, the Circus Circus steakhouse is not too expensive and has great steaks. I also like Battista's Hole-In-The-Wall, with authentic Italian Old Vegas atmosphere and great food with wine included. Both restaurants at the Golden Nugget, Stefano's and Lily Langtree's, are decent and not overpriced.

For the best food in town but not utterly ridiculous prices, I would recommend Mikado (Teppan Yaki at Mirage), and Olio (MGM Grand). Olive's at Bellagio is also fabulous but perhaps a little more expensive. If you get get a table outdoors and watch the fountain show it is heaven.

For an unforgettable and quite expensive dining experience, the best restaurants in town are Delmonico's (Venetian), Aqua and Picasso (both Bellagio). All have impeccable service, food, and atmosphere.

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Old Aug 14, 01, 3:04 pm
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Try Rosemary's or Wild Sage Cafe. They're not cheap, but they're not Picasso/Renoir-priced, and they are both very good.
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