We checked out the Todd English restaurant (sorry, I can't recall its name--Tuscany, perhaps?) at lunch yesterday (with $15 blackjack minumums, we didn't stick around to gamble). Perfectly nice, not necessarily worth a huge trip. We started with the margherita flatbread, which was very good, but needed more mozzerella (the flatbread was sliced into four pieces, two of which lacked any cheese). The focaccia basket was tasty and fresh from the oven, and the accompanying tapenade and white bean dips were a nice change from the usual pool of olive oil. My husband's entree--chicken over polenta with chorizo--was tasty and a wonderful take on Italian comfort food. The only disappointment was my entree, a grilled seabass that came to the table lukewarm (I suspect that they were waiting for my husband's entree) and with a noticeable lake of butter on the mashed potatoes.
Service was attentive and helpful.