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Jeserf | | Jul 26, 2012 06:32 AM

My husband and I are headed to vegas to meet up with friends who live in California. We're staying at the Wyndham Grand Desert Resort on E. Harmon Ave (our friends have a time share, we're staying with them - hey, the price is right!) AND we'll have two cars between us. Since we're staying at a place with a kitchen, I'd imagine we'll eat most breakfasts in the hotel (more money saved!).
However, we LOVE breakfast. We're looking for must-hit lunches and dinners, cheap is good but a couple of splurges are ok. As of now, we're going to see LOVE one night (not sure which) and Monday morning of our trip (4 nights total, Friday night thru Tuesday AM) we are getting "re-married" at the Bellagio (just photographs, I know, it's odd - just go with it).
The only dietary restriction is that places with some veggie options. If there are any healthy-leaning options, I would appreciate that. Lastly, snack places are also appreciated!

As of now, I have:
Hash House
Wicked Spoon (though, maybe Monday after the re-wedding - is sunday brunch special there?)
Lotus of Siam
Scarpetta (thinking of this being our splurge with just us, minus the friends)
Ronalds to pick up some donuts for our friends to enjoy in the hotel

I've previously been to Mesa Grill, Bouchon (brunch), Spago and some burger place (among others during a trip years ago with my folks).

Off the strip is totally fine - we'll have cars and our friends are foodies, too. Any recommendations would be appreciated - I have looked through the thread here but still don't have a solid list.

ETA: We aren't big fans of Japanese and we do tend to stick with vegetarian options if possible at restaurants. Our friends are not as picky in that regard as we are. We could do veggie noodle bowls if they are insanely good, though, I'm sure.

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