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I've researched but still need some dinner suggestions


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I've researched but still need some dinner suggestions

sspharbor | | Jan 8, 2013 12:03 PM

After doing research on this board etc., I'm trying to fill our food itinerary for a 4 night stay at Mandalay Bay for the end of January and would appreciate any feedback you could give.

Our first dinner that I have booked is Sage. For a tasting menu, but not in the e budget and not Raku due to my SO's ambivalence towards sushi, is Sage a solid choice?

We are doing Firefly on Sunday because we have to do a ridiculously early dinner (around 4PM) due to an event starting at 6PM and there aren't too many options at that hour on a Sunday - unless I'm missing something?

Besides those two dinners, the only other meals I feel sure about are LOS for lunch, Eat for lunch, Hash House a Go Go for breakfast, and Bread and Butter for breakfast.

I wanted to find a quality lunch spot for take-out during our stay (going to Red Rock Canyon a few times and wanted to bring some food along for the day) and was considering Pura Vida.

For one dinner, I am looking for a place that pairs good food with a really good beer selection, therefore I was thinking Public House at the Venetian. The beer selection at Aces and Ales looks good, but I wasn't sure about the food. Is Public House the way to go or is there somewhere else I should be looking at?

Finally, we have one last dinner. I was thinking Forte Tapas or Honey Salt. I know they're wildly different from eachother, but is one a better choice than the other? We are pretty open in terms of cuisine (except for the aforementioned ambivalence of my SO to sushi beyond the typical tuna and salmon rolls) and would like to keep the price point at below $150-ish for 2, in case there is a better option out there.

Thanks in advance for anyone out there that has suggestions or recommendations.

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