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Fine Dining with a Culinarily Adventurous 12-yr-old in Vegas

Moe Hong | Nov 7, 2005 01:12 PM

We're in Vegas for one night at the tail end of a hiking trip through Zion, and are looking for something pretty amazing. We've been to the other Nobus, and I don't think any of them compare to Tojo in Vancouver anyway, so that's out; we'd rather not pay more than $50-$70 per person (there are four of us - 3 adults and one almost-teenager) since we're hitting the Le Reve show afterwards, and that tapped us out pretty good.

Basically, I want a very interesting and different meal in an environment that will not be so formal that our 12 yr old goddaughter will feel uncomfortable; a place that's friendly and fun, but not full of drunken frat and sorority members. Ethnic is great, off-strip or on is fine as we've got a rental car. Upscale or midrange - we've not spent any time of consequence in this particular City of Sin, so we're willing to put our trust in the hands of Chowhound, as we've done so many times before. Maybe you can suggest something that we don't have regularly in San Francisco or NYC. We all eat meat, seafood, spicy - everything. Thanks!

Link: http://www.hewnandhammered.com

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