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San Diego, California
February 20, 2008
January 12, 2008
September 11, 2006
From journal Vegas, Venetian Style
March 5, 2006
From journal Celebrating Las Vegas
N, New York
November 8, 2005
We visited and stayed at the Venetian in November of 2005. We had a comped meal at the Grand Lux and enjoyed it very much. Our service was okay, but our server was a little distracted. I think she was ready to go home. Our meals were so different, with tons of different styles of cuisine. I had a Thai dish and my husband has pasta. Both were delicious. They are owned by the same people as the Cheesecake Factory. The meals were blessed with huge portions; the dessert would have served a small country!
This restaurant is 24 hours and right inside the casino at the Venetian. We had dinner, but they have an extensive breakfast, lunch, and after-hours menu. Everyone in your family or group would be able to find something wonderful on this menu. Prices are very reasonable. We had an appetizer, dinner, and one dessert for $55. Lines are sometimes out the door at prime times of the day. If you go at off times, you can walk right in. The half-round booths are very comfy, and you can cuddle with your loved one, so make sure to ask for one.
From journal Las Vegas: Details you may not have heard
Merritt Island, Florida
August 13, 2005
From journal Las Vegas - Disney for Adults?
Canyon Lake, California
July 23, 2005
My daughter and I ended up splitting the dim sum platter for $20, which was excellent. It had about seven different items, from tender ribs to spring rolls, shrimp tempura, and a chicken strip with dipping sauce.
A friend had a wonderful salad. The portions are very large. Service was good, but it took about 30 minutes to get our food.
We ate dinner this time, but on a previous trip, I ate lunch here. *A money-saving tip is to look for the "lunch selections" and order one for about a third less than the regular menu price.
From journal Can we Stay Forever?
February 5, 2005
From journal The Venetian Hotel
November 10, 2004
From journal Las Vegas Weekend
March 29, 2004
Surprisingly, it can accommodate a large number of people. It contains a full bar. There are smoking and non-smoking sections, as well as an open patio. Private dining is also available. This place is designed in the same Venetian flair.
From journal Venice in Las Vegas