on October 7, 2004
Watching the sunset from the top of the Stratosphere tower made us a little hungry, so when we came back down to earth, we began looking for a place to eat. We found a quiet little Italian place in the Stratosphere, and, since we wanted to remember our Italian trip from the spring, we decided that Fellinis was a good choice.
Boy, did we get to relive our trip! Each room is painted with a different scene from famous Italian cities. For example, we were seated right next to the wall that featured a painting of a gondola floating underneath the Bridge of Sighs in Venice. After dinner, we walked into the next room just to check out the painting of the Spanish Steps in Rome. (Although there was something missing – all the people blocking your view of the steps!)
I ordered chicken alfredo and my friend ordered a sausage pizza. My food was top notch, though way more than I could eat, and my friend gave the pizza the highest compliment – she said that the pizza was on par with the pies we’d eaten at the base of the Accadamia Bridge in Venice. We, unfortunately, had no room for dessert, but they offered quite the selection.
The service was very good – warm bread arrived quickly, our water glasses were always filled, and our waiter even practically stood on a chair to get a picture of the two of us eating there.
If you’re in the Stratosphere area, make sure to treat yourself to some amazingly authentic Italian food and take a stroll through the different rooms to get your Italy fix.
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