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Las Vegas - Buffets, Fine Dining and Healthy Quick Eats

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Las Vegas - Buffets, Fine Dining and Healthy Quick Eats

zph | Dec 29, 2008 03:52 AM

I will be in Vegas with some friends, including the girlfriend, for a few days, and am looking for places to eat under the following three categories. We will be there after New Year's, so we're not concerned with special New Year's Eve menus. I haven't been in Vegas in quite a few years, so I'm not really sure what's good and what's not, so your advice is needed.

Buffets - We like good food, but also lots of it. We're considering the Sterling Brunch at Bally's, which from my understanding includes unlimited Perrier Jouet champagne. While $ is not much of an issue, we're not sure if it's worth it as some members of our party will not be drinking at all. I've also looked at the buffets at both the Bellagio and Wynn, but I haven't eaten at either in 5+ years. So any thoughts and recommendations would be much appreciated.

Fine Dining - This would be for myself and the girlfriend only. While I would love to try the tasting menu at Joel Robuchon or Guy Savoy, the girlfriend does not fancy French cuisine whatsoever. She will also not touch anything raw, and do not care for alcohol at all, including wine. We don't normally do steakhouses, but it is a possibility, and we're considering N9NE. Tasting menus sound great to us, but it is not a requirement. I'm frankly at a loss at where to go, and will appreciate any recommendations.

Healthy Quick Bites - We're looking for one or two convenient places on the Strip with some healthy items on the menu. These absolutely do not need to be health food type places.

Thanks in advance for your advice!

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