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Posted 29 March 2008 - 05:01 PM

My daughter and I are going to Vegas and staying at Caesar's Palace. Any suggestions about where/or what to eat while there.
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Posted 29 March 2008 - 05:45 PM

I can't help directly, but you may want to send a PM to broncobux, who is a member here. Chris lives and works in Las Vegas, and knows a lot about safe places to eat. He is not here every day, and so may not see this question unless you bring it to his attention. I am sure he will respond if you ask him. He has helped others with similar questions in the past.
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Posted 30 March 2008 - 04:11 AM

I can't help directly, but you may want to send a PM to broncobux, who is a member here. Chris lives and works in Las Vegas, and knows a lot about safe places to eat. He is not here every day, and so may not see this question unless you bring it to his attention. I am sure he will respond if you ask him. He has helped others with similar questions in the past.



Thanks.
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Posted 30 March 2008 - 12:43 PM

When eating out in Vegas, it is important to always CALL AHEAD! Talk to a manger and/or chef. This will make your dinner soooo much better! (And safer) If you know you are going out for dinner each night, then plan accordingly.

Here are some places you will want to try:

In Caesars

1. Mesa Grill (Bobby Flay's restaurant) - excellent tex-mex and great margaritas (gluten-free of course).
2. Bradley Ogden - expensive, but excellent. Very accomodating

In Forums Shops

1. Sushi Roku
2. Boa Steakhouse
3. Joe's Stone Crab (make sure you get the daddy's potatoes - not on the menu but are incredible!)

Outside of Caesars (with gluten-free menu)

1. Capitol Grille in Fashion Show Mall
2. Maggiano's in Fashion show Mall
3. Cafe BaBa Reeba in Fashion show Mall
4. Mon Ami Gabi - French restaurant in Paris Casino.
5. The Border Grille (either in Mandalay Bay or MGM - good MExican food - love the gluten-free menu)

Outside of Casears (withoutGF menu, but that have been accomodating)

1. Stack in Mirage - Hip Steakhouse - best tater tots on the planet - LOL - they stuff them with bacon and brie.
2. Fix At Bellagio - the lobster mashed potatoes are incredible!
3. Carnegie Deli in Mirage. Order a Reuben and bring your own bread (order no bread of course).
4. In N Out Burger :)
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Posted 30 March 2008 - 03:29 PM

Hey, I just noticed your post about going to Las Vegas!! Have you been before?? My husband and I went last year and had the time of our lives. We stayed at the Bellagio, but Caesars Palace was so absolutely fabulous!! I actually got a little bit crazy, and got my first tatoo while we were there. Anyway, we are THINKING about maybe trying to go back this summer. I will be so anxious to find out from you where I can eat safely. roxie
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Posted 30 March 2008 - 05:24 PM

Hey, I just noticed your post about going to Las Vegas!! Have you been before?? My husband and I went last year and had the time of our lives. We stayed at the Bellagio, but Caesars Palace was so absolutely fabulous!! I actually got a little bit crazy, and got my first tatoo while we were there. Anyway, we are THINKING about maybe trying to go back this summer. I will be so anxious to find out from you where I can eat safely. roxie



I took my oldest daughter on a mom/daughter senior trip when she graduated from high school. We went on a mountain biking trip to Moab. My youngest daughter graduates this year, and wants to go to the Tim McGraw and the Elton John concerts in Vegas. I want to make sure we don't spend every day wasting time on where I can eat. I have only been to Vegas one other time, but I had a great time.
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