Vegas in June - Staying at Paris

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  1. TennisMomma80

    TennisMomma80 Earning My Ears

    May 8, 2010
    Hey all - new here!

    My husband and I are going to Vegas for the first time this coming June and staying at Paris. We know one day (a full day) we will be going to the Grand Canyon, and one other night will be taken up at O (planning on eating at Sensi that night), but other than that, we don't have any set plans. We we want to see either Jubilee or Crazy Girl, but thats about it. We are just going the two of us, and have about $1000 for food - can you recommend some good restaurants on the strip (or at big casino hotels just off the strip that are within walking distance) that we can go to? We probably don't want to spend more than $150 per meal.

    Thanks in advance!!!!!
  2. jlima

    jlima Beep Beep!

    Nov 1, 2000
    GO SEE JUBILEE. It is a fabulous show and there's nothing like it anywhere. Plus you can walk to the Jubilee Theater from Paris without going outside. The Steakhouse and the Italian restaurant (Al Dente) at Ballys is pretty good too.

    Hmmm . . . not more than $150 & near Paris . . .

    Olives at Bellagio
    Les Artists steakhouse at Paris
    The Palm at Forum Shops
    Spago at Forum Shops, depending on what you order
    Joe's Stone Crab at Forum Shops, ditto (stone crab bisque :dance3:)
    Smith & Wolensky on the Strip near MGM Grand
    Wolfgang Puck Cafe at MGM Grand (blue cheese potato chips :thumbsup2)
    Craftsteak at MGM Grand (if you order prix fix menu)
    Alize at the Palms, depending on what you order (awesome view)

    more casual
    Cheesecake Factory at Forum Shops
    Grand Lux Cafe at Venetian
    BLT Burger at Mirage

    There are SO many restaurants in Las Vegas and this is what I can think of off the top of my head. Look at a few websites like las vegas dot com or vegas dot com.

    Have fun planning your trip!
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  4. MarcJ55

    MarcJ55 Earning My Ears

    Jun 17, 2010
    We really enjoyed Carnavino at the Palazzo Hotel. We let our waiter and chef completely decide on the food and wine pairings. Never did that before and I am a bit of a picky eater. My wife and I LOVED everything.
  5. kailuagirl

    kailuagirl DIS Veteran

    Apr 16, 2009
    Try to sea food buffet at Bellagio, yummm. At the Mandalay Bay, I can't remember the name of the restaurant, but it's the one with the wine "angels" if you look at their website. it was delish!! and I mean delish!! Their buffet is also really good. At the MGM, Emerils is really good, the banana cream pie is to die for. My former co worker loves, Nobu's, I never ate there, but he does every time and goes to vegas several times a year.

    Don't eat at the Paris Buffet, wasn't that good, nor at the Excaliber, it was nasty.

    The mexican food in vegas is really good.

    So many good places to eat in Vegas. And oh, don't forget In 'n Out!! and at the one right off the strip has a factory store with all the t-shirt designs in it, as well as other items.

    This is just my 2 cents, take it with a grain of salt if you wish..... we stayed at the Paris 2 times, maybe 3x, the first time was great, the second time was terrible. Worst place we stayed at in vegas, customer service was terrible, horid in fact. Room was beautiful and clean, but customer service was terrible, the worst ever, and we aren't that picky. Just be pleasant is all we ask. Hopefully you will have a much better experience, but my personal suggestion would be to look into somewhere else if you could change your resie's.
  6. hpfan100

    hpfan100 Extendable Ears Anyone?

    Jun 13, 2010
    mandalay Bay has many choices. I always eat at Burger Bar. It's in Mandalay Place which is between Luxor and MB. You can get great food at all og the high end hotels/ casinos. Stay away from food at the low end places i.e. Excalibur, Imperial Palace. There is a Japanese place at TI that has good Sushi and one at MB. If you like buffets do the world one at Bellagio or the one at Venetian. Very expense but they have all kinds of exotic foods. Bring sunscreen and a hat and have a great time!
  7. pixiewings71

    pixiewings71 <marquee><font color=deeppink>Sweet!!! Totally!!!!

    Jun 8, 2007
    Something we really enjoyed was Sea Blue in the MGM, it was across from Emeril's. They had Happy Hour with $1 oysters and $1 cocktail shrimp, the minimum was 6 of each but man they were sooooooooooo good!!!!!!!!!! DBF and I went there one night and just had oysters and shrimp. :)

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