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hammb | Mar 29, 2011 06:50 AM

I'm going to be in Vegas the second half of this week, and decided that I'd like to take my brother out to a dinner like we've never eaten. He's been through culinary school, both of us are foodies, and both are very open to trying new flavors.

I really think l'Atelier sounds awesome, both the food and the atmosphere really appeal to me. I really like the fact that when you're seated at the counter you can actually watch the chefs prepare the meal.

However, it appears that I waited too late. The only night we'll have available for this meal is this Friday, and the only reservation time I can get is 10:15 or 10:30. I went ahead and made the 10:15 reservations, but I'm curious if anybody has eaten there this late?

I don't want to pay the full price only to find that we are rushed through our meal because they want to go home, and I don't want the quality to suffer either. I'd like to think that you wouldn't have to worry about that at a nice restaurant like this, but you never know.

There are other nice restaurants in town that I can still get reservations for a more normal dining time, but I really had my heart set on l'Atelier. Can anyone chime in on what I should expect by dining so late?

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