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Resaurant near Treasure Island/Las Vegas

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We are staying one night at the Treasure Island hotel before taking off on our driving tour of Utah parks. Where would be a good place to eat nearby? We'll be flying in that day from Florida, so we will probably be tired by dinner time in a new time zone. A foreign cuisine would be fun - but no Thai or Japanese :{. Not "fine dining" on a travel night - don't want to dress for it - moderate prices would be nice, but will consider expensive. Oh - not just seafood either - we get that at home, and some family members aren't that fond of it.

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