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April 8, 2006
From journal Las Vegas Nights Out
April 5, 2006
From journal Life in Luxury at the Bellagio
West Palm Beach, Florida
March 23, 2005
From journal Bellagio Las Vegas
by The Soup Lady
October 12, 2004
We were going to see 'O' and didn't have time before the theatre to enjoy dessert - so the waiter suggested that we simply come back. Sounded good to us - but even more special - he reserved us a table at the outside porch that overlooks the dancing fountains.
So after the theatre (stunning in its own right - but not nearly as special as Mystere) - we came back to Prime, and were escorted to a lovely table overlooking the dancing waters. Was it the music, was it the fountains, was it the delectable coffee or rich dessert? Who cares - it was an evening I'll cherish forever!
From journal Count down - 1000 things to do before you die
Cary, North Carolina
May 8, 2002
I've got to say, I didn't plan on the restaurant being as fancy as it was, but it wasn't overwhealming. Decor was masculine, brown and blue, but elegant. The waiters even threw in some snooty for good measure. I had requested a window seat, so that we could watch the famous fountains dance while we ate. We couldn't hear the music from inside, but the show was still spectacular.
And boy, did they know how to make a steak! They spoiled me for steak for the rest of my life. I ordered the filet, and -- though it took about a half hour for them to cook it -- it was juicy and tasty and I could've cut it with a fork. We were offered a choice of three sauces that we could try with our steak -- my favorite was one they called a rice sauce. A little sweet, but not too sweet. I'd never had anything like it before, nor since.
They also brought me a beautiful dessert, a cake with chocolate sauce inside -- I believe they called it a volcano (cut into it, and the chocolate erupts) with Happy Birthday written in chocolate on the plate.
Aside from the couple next to us who obviously needed to get a room, we enjoyed ourselves immensely. We also had our picture taken by the resident photographer, which cost about $15, but was a great picture to remember the experience.
On a scale of 1-10, the food was a 10, the service an 8 (snootiness a factor), and the atmosphere a 9. It's a little pricy, I think the meal ran each of us around $50 each, but it was a birthday splurge. Maybe if you win big at the tables, you can celebrate with a nice dinner here.
From journal Turning 30 in VEGAS!