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vegas: good variety for adventurous eaters

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vegas: good variety for adventurous eaters

dianalim | Dec 18, 2008 06:51 AM

Mr and I are going to Vegas for 3 days right after New Years. He has been there lots; I have been there once. Last time our dining schedule was:
Lunch at CraftWich (we stayed at the MGM)
Dinner at LoS (awesome)
Lunch at San Marco (which we will definitely do again!)
Dinner at L'Atelier Joel Robuchon (2 kinds of foie! awesome!)
Brunch at Bouchon (just me--we'll do that again too)
Dinner at Tao (meh)

We'd sortof like to do the same mix again...nice, light lunches at non-buffet places, and three dinners with different feels: one off strip, one haute cuisine, and one trendy. no restrictions really--we're very adventurous and the trip also is somewhat celebratory. would alex be a best choice for the haute cuisine? picasso? i can't eat super heavy food in a tasting menu so a place that would be good but not laden with butter--atelier was perfect--would be awesome. and maybe a cuban, vietnamese, or other funky ethnic food off strip? i'm open to all suggestions, and of course will be doing my own searching on the board. thanks!

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