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Las Vegas tips

pekk84 | May 31, 2007 02:08 PM

I like to consider myself a bit of a "Foody" but unfortunately I'm a middle class guy living in Duluth, Minnesota. So rarely is my passion for fine cuisine able to be sated. But my wife and I are going to Vegas in about a month. So I am quite excited to sample some of what they have to offer. So far we are going to Wolfgang Puck's Bar and Grill(her choice) and Bouchon(my choice), but we ran into a problem with our third and last choice. I was thrilled to see Mario Batali had opened up a place out there, but my wife refuses to eat there. Watching him cook with brains and innards on Food Network has made it a no go in her mind. I tried to explain that he cooks classic American/Italian food as well, but to no avail. So I guess my question is what would most of you suggest for our last supper in Las Vegas? I personally would like to keep it Italian but would be open to anything. If you could only have one meal in Las Vegas, where would it be?

Also I'm leaning towards La Scala, but have a question about Italian dining. Both La Scala and B and B have their menus divided by courses. Do you really have to have an anti pasti, pasta, and main course to get a filling meal. Or could you get by with each ordering an anti pasti and a pasta course and be full? I've seen differing accounts on this previously on this board.

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