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Old 08-01-2012, 12:14 PM   #1
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Are teenagers allowed in vegas restaurant lounge for happy hour specials

There are amazing happy hour menus offered at various LV restaurants in their bar/lounge areas (good prices and enticing food items). I wonder if teenagers are allowed in during happy hours.

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Old 08-01-2012, 12:25 PM   #2
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Uh oh.... is this going to start another 'should kids be allowed in the bar' thread???? Or was that limited to Pleasure Island?

To answer the OP, casinos do allow children into the restaurants to eat, but you must be 21 to be near any gambling or bar areas. I am not certain, though, how that applies to a bar area *inside* a restaurant. You probably will want to call the restaurant in question to see what the policy is.

Of course, I'm trying to think of a restaurant in a casino where the bar is actually inside the restaurant ... then again, I mostly eat at the buffet or at a restaurant that isn't inside a casino...

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Old 08-01-2012, 01:11 PM   #3
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I am thinking of the Sushi Roku inside Caesars Forum. Not sure whether it is considered inside a casino as I have never been to Vegas, and possibly yes since Caesars is a hotel and a casino. I will try to call ahead to find out, or I will just eat at the dining room if they say no.

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Cool. Let us know what they say
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Old 08-06-2012, 03:47 PM   #5
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I finally called Sushi Roku earlier today. I was told that DD was not allowed in the bar area but there was an island in the middle of the bar lounge where we could be seated. Then I asked whether we would have to dine in the dining area if the island area was full. The lady told me to talk to the hostess to see if anything could be arranged for us.

It seems that they are quite accommodating. We are ok either having the happy hour menu or the dinner menu. Happy hour menu would allow us to try more items though. Pixie dust!
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