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    Different Dining Experience in Vegas

    So next month I will be in Vegas with family and friends to run the Rock N Roll Half Marathon. Already have reservations at a Steakhouse and Italian booked. Now we're looking for something different, preferably somewhere on the strip. Any recommendations are greatly appreciated. Gracias.
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    have the rabbit at Le Cirque. Its not always on menu, but always in the kitchen (pre-covid at least).

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    Just off the Strip ibehind the Rio is that Dining in the Dark place. Never been there and would love a trip report. Marrakech is fun and different. But it’s about a mile east of the Strip. If the weather is nice, brunch or dinner on the patio at Mon Ami Gabi is great for people and fountain watching.
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    The whole dining in the dark concept seems unappealing to me. I saw it depicted on a late 2000s TV show (supposedly taking place in LA), and I thought, "This seems dumb... I wonder if this is real."

    But yeah, it's apparently real.

    I don't even like the idea of eating food I like without knowing what's coming. For example, I've had it before where a vegetable which looks like a potato but is actually squash is on my plate, and when I taste the squash, it's an unpleasant surprise, even though I don't mind squash. Since I'm expecting to bite into a potato, the squash taste is weird at that point. But trying new things without being able to see it? GTFO

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    Everything at WynnCore. I don't know if they still do this post-covid but if you looking for a very good brunch on Sunday, Sterling Brunch best deal on Strip, all you can eat steak and lobster brunch. The Cosmopolitan has a good buffet "wicked spoon" and some other weird dining options that are fun.

    https://www.wynnlasvegas.com/dining

    https://www.opentable.com/sterling-b...llys-las-vegas

    https://www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com/restaurants
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    The whole dining in the dark concept seems unappealing to me. I saw it depicted on a late 2000s TV show (supposedly taking place in LA), and I thought, "This seems dumb... I wonder if this is real."

    But yeah, it's apparently real.

    I don't even like the idea of eating food I like without knowing what's coming. For example, I've had it before where a vegetable which looks like a potato but is actually squash is on my plate, and when I taste the squash, it's an unpleasant surprise, even though I don't mind squash. Since I'm expecting to bite into a potato, the squash taste is weird at that point. But trying new things without being able to see it? GTFO
    I cannot imagine enjoying eating in the dark unless I already know I really like everything that is going to be served, and even then I'll pass. The premise sounds almost masochistic to me, lol. Maybe its a weed thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayjami View Post
    Just off the Strip ibehind the Rio is that Dining in the Dark place. Never been there and would love a trip report. Marrakech is fun and different. But it’s about a mile east of the Strip. If the weather is nice, brunch or dinner on the patio at Mon Ami Gabi is great for people and fountain watching.

    I did the Dining in the Dark thing years ago @ Market 17 in Fort Lauderdale. We were drunk and high and went with a party of 10. It was fun, but it's something you only do once.
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    What is your budget? If you don’t have a limit..

    At The Cosmo, the Chef’s Table private room at Scarpetta, over looking the Bellagio Fountain..pre fixe menu is an amazing experience…but you already are going Italian

    SushiSamba in Palazzo has a fantastic menu if you are into unusual food combos..great atmosphere and drinks

    Tao at Venetian..if you like Asian

    Monzu..off strip, behind an Arby’s..but fantastic Italian..if you like a charcuterie board..the one they have is amazing..again Italian but worth it

    CarverSteak at Resort’sWorld..if you can get a private room..either the Whiskey or Knife Room..amazing food..newest hot restaurant

    I’ve go more..but I’ll stop now..

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