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My husband and I went to Las Vegas over Christmas. We stayed at the Mirage. They have a new restaurant in the hotel that had opened a couple of days before we arrived. IT IS FANTASTIC. The name of the restaurent is STACK. I stopped and talked to the General Manager Corey Nyman and the Manager Bryan Scott. I did this around 4:00 pm before they opened at 5:00. I explained that I could not eat gluten and that I was allergic to dairy (casein). We had already had dinner reservations for there on Saturday and Sunday. I said that I had brought margerine with me and that I could bring it down from the room. They said that was not necessary and they then wrote down which margerines were gluten free. When we arrived for dinner on Saturday, we were seated and the head Chef Brian Massie came out and sat with us to go over the things that he could change for me. I found out that they had gone to the store and bought one of the safe margerines as there was none in all of the Mirage restaurents. I had a fantastic tomato soup and surf and turf. They had poached the lobster in my margerine and used it also in the soup. The tomato soup is gluten free but usually not dairy free. So if anyone is going there and wants the soup dairy free, then email me and I will give you Corey's email address. The head Chef Brian Massie is also the head Chef at Fix restaurent which is located in Bellagio. My meal at STACK on Sunday was also suburb. The food there is so wonderful and mouth watering that I recommend it to anyone who is going to Las Vegas. Another thing about ALL the people who work at STACK - I was treated like royalty and not like I was a bother. I would also like to thank broncobux2000 for his recommendation for the Carnegie Deli that is also located at the Mirage. I took my own bread like he said to do (I also took my own mustard in a small container) and we ordered one pastrami sandwich. We asked them to put my husbands bread on one plate and the pastrami on another. We had a wonderful lunch. The pastrami is great. Hope everyone had a great Christmas. :)

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That's great to hear! I'll add to that... I was in Vegas over Thanksgiving at we ate at Olives in the Bellagio and they were great with my gluten-free meal. Props to them too ! :)

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