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by Michael Green
New York, New York
January 8, 2008
From journal Las Vegas: Whether Highs or Lows, Always Something
Brooklyn, New York
April 10, 2005
We had dinner at the bar, where there were only three other diners, and the staff I will rave about the food momentarily. First, though, wine lovers (or even likers) will be amazed by the electronic wine list. The PDA-like device allows you to sort your options by country, grape, price, vintage, and I’m sure anything else you might need to sort by. In addition to providing many entertaining moments, the technology also allows the diner to narrow down choices and present them to the sommelier for the final analysis. We were not disappointed by the mild but flavorful Two Paddocks Pinot Noir from New Zealand. It was fantastic! The wine (which was retrieved from the second story of the wine storage area by a very nice young woman who harnessed herself up and was hoisted to retrieve the bottle) nicely complemented our appetizers (which became dinner) of exquisite ravioli and scrumptious (I am told) foie gras, half served warm and half cool.
The appropriate attentiveness of Stephen, our young bartender from Dallas, who was mildly reminiscent of George W. (don't hold that against him!) only added to our experience. He allowed us to hang out at the bar as long as we were comfortable and to take as much time conversing between courses as we wanted. We concluded with cheesecake and fresh raspberries. Although not for the economically squeamish, the $40-plus per person listed above is the highest allowable on the site, this $100-plus experience is worth splurging on. Enjoy! And dress up a little. Even though Vegas does not require this, you'll feel better!
From journal Long Weekend in Vegas
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Afghanistan
December 15, 2004
From journal Weekend Birthday in Vegas
St Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
June 25, 2001
Service is top notch, but a little stuffy for my tastes (I hate it when an upscale restaurant tries to act the part with a bunch of stuffy servers and...you get the idea). There is a swan pool and waterfall in the backdrop. It'll run you about $75 per person not including a bottle of wine. I recommend the wine sampler and any of the salads. The seafood is the best stuff on the menu, and don't be afraid to try some of the most outrageous sounding stuff on the menu... you won't be disappointed. This made my top 5 (as restaurants go, that is a huge accomplishment). Reservations a must, and a day or two in advance for a Friday or Saturday.
From journal Vegas, baby!
new york, New York
January 16, 2001
From journal Las Vegas Spa Fun
by Go Girl!
Los Angeles, California
October 17, 2000
From journal High-end Las Vegas