ANy good restaurant reccomendations in LV w/ kids?

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  1. MOMTOMOOTOO

    MOMTOMOOTOO <font color=blue>The people in Shop Rite would not

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    We really only need one night as pretty much all else is covered. Looking for a non chain kid friendly restaurant on the Strip
     
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    woody73 <font color=darkorange>Enjoyed the Pumpkinmen<br><

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    Where are you staying? Walking or driving?

    Woody
     
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    MOMTOMOOTOO <font color=blue>The people in Shop Rite would not

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    we will be at TheHotel@Mandalay Bay but will have a car.
     
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    Mickey1Fan <font color=magenta>He had five fingers and was we

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    There is a New York Deli in the Forum Shoppes at Caesar's Palace. Great foot long hot dogs, corned beef, all the deli usuals.
     
  6. jlmarr

    jlmarr See you at Fenton's

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    That's a tough one - I'm not sure what you mean by "kid friendly". Most buffets have items that will appeal to kids. The Luxor buffet, in the basement of the pyramid, is pretty good. I'd also suggest Rainforest Cafe at MGM, but that's a chain so maybe you'd rule it out. I'm not wild about it, but it might appeal to the kids.
     
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    missstcroix Mouseketeer

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    We are staying at Luxor...glad to hear it about the buffet.

    How about shows? I am thinking Lance Burton for 2 boys ages 9, 11 ?
     
  8. MOMTOMOOTOO

    MOMTOMOOTOO <font color=blue>The people in Shop Rite would not

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    We decided to book Casa Di Amore. Anyone ever been? Gets good reviews and when I called, they were so nice about bringing the kids.




    We looked at LOVE but there are 5 of us so the cost was too much for something that may be lost on the kids. I am taking my girls only to see Mama Mia at Mandalay.
     
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    Another Voice Charter Member of The Element

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    For the boys, definetely check out 'Ka' by Cirque at the MGM. It's the same price range as LOVE, but is an action/adventure story - sword fights and fire and arrows and shipwrecks and battles and even a mushy love story with a princess to rescue. Personally I think this is Cirque's best show because it brings together the best aspects of a typical Cirque performance with a modest storyline, it makes it a more complete experience. The stage alone is a marvel to watch.
     
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    I've been to the Stage Deli at the Forum Shoppes. Good food at decent prices. It might be the same place.

    Woody
     
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    woody73 <font color=darkorange>Enjoyed the Pumpkinmen<br><

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    Saw Lance Burton in October. A very enjoyable show that exceded our expectations.

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    KA is awsome. The Beatles "LOVE" is fab, especially if you grew up with their music. Mama Mia is fun, even if you're not an ABBA fan.

    Woody
     

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