I have to go to Las Vegas quite frequently for business (about 4 times a year). I have stayed at several different hotels from the main strip to the old strip. I have never had a bad experience. All of the resturants are pretty well versed in food "allergies" and gluten free. I find reaturants to be a bit easier than buffets. Don't hesitate to ask if they have Gluten free and egg free options. All resturants that I have eaten at that did not have a gluten free menu or options were more than willing to ask the chef to make anything I want to order. Examples: at small cafe in Flamingo made me a naked (sans bun)surloin burger with mushrooms and cheese with tomato, lettuce and onions on side (like a salad) and any sauce or dressing I wanted on the side at no extra charge. Mexican resturant at New York, New York double checked everything and helped me walk through the menu for tacos and enchiladas. Italian resturant at Rio made me a gluten-free eggplant "parmigana" made with rice and potato flour.
Best meal I ever had in Vegas was at Emeril's at MGM. Chef came to our table of 14 and took my order personally, ribeye, garlic potatoes and seasoned steamed veggies and then made me a special dessert of a gluten-free brownie and lavender ice cream (to die for}.
For gluten-free in Vegas it's easy, just speak up. They are very well versed in helping all types of diet issues.
BTW, I'm going to LV May 18-21 for the Hospitality Design Show.
angieInCAMember Since 01 Sep 2008
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