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Old 05-27-2010, 07:46 AM   #21
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Hi guys, first post,

I've been to vegas a few times, i'm usually overwhelmed with all the HIGH END restaurants, there is usually 1 or more in each hotel, and the prices are usually very expensive for me. We ate at Shibuya sushi restaurant in MGM Grand, it was very good, there was also a few other fine dining restaurants around it. Serving tasting menus mainly at over $100/ seating, i think one was like $400. We had fun trying to find the cheapest places, like Binions has a steak & eggs for like $3.99. Ya it wasn't no beef tenderloin but for the price who cares. There was also this little hole in the wall at Freemont street called Vegas Thai, we got some great soup and pad thai at like 11pm sooo worth it, since we were drunk by like 11am there!!!

So in Vegas, the Sky's the limit, my advice is look for something in your price range and the type of food you want and just go for it. See what your hotel has to offer and go from there. Oh and I expect a full review LOL , Congratulations and have fun!

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Old 05-27-2010, 09:07 AM   #22
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If you like Mexican, there is a place called La Salsa Cantina at 3785 LV Blvd. It is right next to the M&M place. Decent food at good prices. Hard to find a place where you can eat for less than $20 these days in Vegas.
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Old 05-30-2010, 03:30 AM   #23
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If you get a chance to visit Downtown Vegas you should stop by 777 Brewery at the Main Street Station Casino. Their food is not only delicious but the prices are cheap as well with large portions of food. I always order their prime rib dinner. I've also tried their fish 'n chips and pizza. They are always packed for dinner, so I recommend you get there before the dinner rush.
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