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Las Vegas--where To Eat On The Strip?

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I had good luck with the restaurant in the Eiffel Tower and with Smith and Wollenski. Neither has a gluten-free menu, but both were very accomodating and I didn't get sick. Great food both places. S&W even called the cook at home to see what ingredients he put in the ice cream (it was gluten-free, and this was before I was casein free).

Life sure becomes strange when your criteria for a good restaurant experience is "I didn't get sick!!" <_<

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I stay at the Mirage and have lunch at Carnegie Deli (Mirage). The Pastrami and Corned Beef are gluten free (and also corn free - I called). I take my bread to the deli, if I want to make a sandwich. Ask them to serve your choice on a separate plate. I also have dinner at Stack which is at the Mirage and pretty exspensive, but will worth it. The dinner is fantastic and totally relaxing for me. the Gemeral Manager, head chef and the staff are totally into taking care of my dietary requirements.

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I, of course, have to reply to tell you about the Outback's located in Vegas! :o) There are two on the "Strip" (is that the only place you plan on eating??) One in the 2nd level of the Mirage (I think)...and another on the south end... at 7380 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Check out their online gluten-free menu at www.outback.com ! Let me know if you need any suggestions off of the Strip... I've only been in Vegas a little over a year - and have only Once been "on the strip." But I know of other's around the city!! Good luck and I hope you have a good experience!

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There is atleast one PF Chang's on the strip. Favorite meal on last trip was at Bellagio's Olives restaurant. Pretty nice place--great food and if you can get outside--great terrace view of fountains. Did a great job with my gluten-free meal. Just call ahead and specify you'll need gluten-free meal, they will discuss when you arrive.

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There is a terrific steakhouse downtown on Fremont Street inside Fitzgerald's Casino. Now, don't get discouraged because Fitzgeralds looks sort of run down. Upstairs is "Limerick's Steakhouse". The waitress was awesome and didn't mind checking..and the manager couldn't have been more accomodating. It's a tad pricey but well worth it.

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When I am in Vegas, every day for lunch I eat at Chipotle! You always know you are going to get great food and it is gluten free. It is located next to Harrahs in the middle of the Strip.

(sorry to bring up an old topic... I searched for Vegas)

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