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CarlaB

Any Good Restaurants In Las Vegas

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I'm going to Las Vegas this weekend with my husband. I'm nervous because I've not eaten out much at all since going gluten-free. Does anyone know any good restaurants out there?

Thanks.

Carla

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I stay at the Mirage and generally never leave the hotel. There is a great new restaurant in the Mirage called STACK. I stopped and saw the General Manager and the Manager and explained my diet. Because I also have a dairy allergy, they went out and bought a gluten free margarine that they could cook my dinner in. They also make a fantastic tomato soup, but they need to know before hand that yours is gluten-free as they pre-make it up. The restaurant is expensive. If you want to go there to eat you can contact me at armettaz@msn.com and I will give you the name and email address so that you can email the person you should for Stack. You would still have to make reservations (I think). The Carnegie Deli is also in the Mirage and you can order Corned Beef or Pastrami. But you have to bring your own bread. We ordered one Pastrami sandwich for my husband and requested that the bread be put on a separate plate. I brought my bread that I had put my own mustard on as I was not sure if theirs was gluten free. Where ever you are staying in LV, you can request a small refrig. be put in your room because of dietary issues. It should be free. If you are staying at Bilaggio, they have a restaurant called FIX that is owned by the same company that owns STACK. The Chef there is the one who helped open STACK and he came out to our table to discuss the foods. What a great expierience. I hope we can go back in April or May. Broncobucs (sp) lives in Las Vegas and he knows lots of places. There is also a PF Changs and an Outback there, but I don't know the exact location. Have Fun.

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I'm going to Las Vegas this weekend with my husband. I'm nervous because I've not eaten out much at all since going gluten-free. Does anyone know any good restaurants out there?

Thanks.

Carla

Carla - I was diagnosed 2 1/2 weeks ago, have been gluten-free for only that long.....felt GREAT five days into it until today - obviously I ate something yesterday... :blink: Still researching what it was. But, I have to go to LV in May for my niece's graduation, and I don't know WHAT to do or where to eat, and since I'm so sick today, I am really concerned! Any help from anyone would be greatly appreciated. Don't know prices of Mirage and if I can afford to stay there - it sounds wonderful! we will see....

Susan

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Carla,

ditto what Armela said...

1. Fix in the Bellagio is a good place (steak, lobster mashed potatoes, etc)

2. Samba in the Mirage -- Brazilian BBQ place - the chef knows about Celiac and one of the waitresses' mom has celiac disease.

3. Buffets are very dangerous -- cross contamination is rapant there -- but breakfast is do-able at those places -- just get fresh fruit and made to order omelettes. (I like the Bellagio's buffet the best for brunch)

4. PF changs has a gluten free menu and they have a location at the Aladdin (Vegas Blvd and Harmon)

5. There is also an Outback Steakhouse on the strip (3411 S Las Vegas Blvd) - they have a gluten free menu

6. Carnegie Deli in the mirage has great corned beef and pastrami -- Bring your own bread though.

7. There is a Whole Foods in Summerlin (On charleston Blvd) -- west part of Vegas - about 10-15 minutes from the strip.

8. Near that Whole Foods, there is a Carrabbas (gluten free menu) and a Fleming's Steakhouse (gluten free steaks and gluten-free flemings potatoes and a great caprese salad!!)

9. Maggiano's in the fashion show Mall -- they have several gluten free items and serve gluten free pasta

10. Cafe Ba Ba Reeba -- in the Fashion show mall - spanish cuisine -- excellent lobster and scallop paella

11. There is also an In N Out Burger there -- (Burger Protein Style, no sauce and french fries!)

Have fun!!! Hope this helps!

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I will be in Vegas from Thurs til Sunday as well. I ate in PF Changs in Oct. and it was great! I am definitely going to eat there again. Hopefully I will make it to Maggiano's and/or Samba as well. Thanks for the info! Have a great time in Vegas!

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Olives at the Bellagio did a great job making a gluten-free meal for me...

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