I'm heading to Vegas in a couple weeks to celebrate my 23rd birthday and I'm trying to find a place for dinner that fits the following criteria: has a younger crowd/party vibe, isn't outrageously expensive (if possible, under $40/person without alcohol), and has quality food. I wish I could spend more money (or that my friends could spend more), but because of the limit on how much we can spend, I thought that sushi might be a decent option since everyone could eat as little or as much as they wanted. Places I've looked into are Sushisamba and Social House. Do those places have good sushi or is it just "eh"? I looked at the menu for Nobu and it's a little pricier than the other two, but is it worth it in terms of quality? I know that Okada at the Wynn supposedly has the best sushi in town, but I don't think a loud group would fit in as well there. I've been to Tao, and it was decent, but haven't been in a while. I'm open to suggestions of any cuisine, and would prefer to stay on the strip as we won't have a car. TIA!