Late night dinning with exeptional food.. I didn't want to go there because of the reviews and prices I saw on the internet. That was the last night in Vegas and was too late and most of the restaurant were closing - so we walked in the check the place. We were seated right away, the table was private and nice. The service was exceptional - sometime there was a feeling that we were served by the army of friendly waiters. The food was very good, filet mignon was probably the best I've ever try. The portions are big though, so do not order too much. Groovy music made the dinner casual. The most pleasant surprise was the check that did not exceed my expectations as it always happens in most of the places. I have a but here - there was a bathroom attendant in the restroom which was odd. The bathroom itself is very small with two toilets and only one sink, the girl was staying totally on the way hanging out paper towels from the dispenser. There were 3 bottles of perfume on the sink and the line of girls trying to use the sink. I felt ackward and next time went to the casino bathroom.
Seafood Plus. This was great dining experience. If you're going to see Danny Gans or just staying at the Mirage, don't miss this one. The appetizer of oysters, lobster, crab (small size) made a perfect entre for my wife. Seabass on lobster risotto was the best. Caesar salad was superb. Great bottle of wine. Leave room for dessert.
yummmm!. my friends and i had an excellent time there this past weekend. the crowd is pretty mixed (people in their 30s and 40s), but the place is high-energy. the yellowtail sashimi was really tasty as was the black cod. the waitstaff was so friendly and we even got free passes to jet nightclub! as long as you make reservations, you should have a great experience.
A high energy culinary experience. We visited this restaurant in its third week open. The total package is still coming together but this restaurant is definitely going to be a hit. Seating and service was a little slow but the dining room is very large and during a Saturday night there wasn't an empty seat in the house. The food was absolutely on the mark - Lobster, adult tater tots, and Kobe burger (yes, worth $21) were satisfying choices. The dining space is very striking, with a "grand canyon" like appearance created by curved wood panels. The rock/club music and high energy crowd make for a fitting Vegas experience.
An innovative design and approachable comfort food attract the pre-theater crowd as well as late-night diners..
The creators of Bellagio's Fix Restaurant return with a sister eatery worthy of a sequel. The dining area feels expansive, with high ceilings and undulating walls crafted out of layered mahogany to look like a red-rock canyon. The menu includes sophisticated dishes such as Maine lobster and miso black cod lettuce cups. However, Chef Brian Massie also adds fun with simpler items ranging from adult tater tots to pigs in a blanket.
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