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What Restaurants in Las Vegas Have the Most Interesting Atmosphere?

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I've been to LV before, and have read a great many of the old posts here about restaurants.
We're going to LV in a couple weeks for my DH's birthday, and I'm wondering what restaurants stand out most for atmosphere (still with good food, of course. We don't want Medieval Times or cheesiness). We got a great rate at Venetian of $119!

To be more specific, I don't necessarily mean sophisticated atmosphere, just interesting and memorable...something unique.
I've read a lot of comments about places like Aureole and Red Square. They sound interesting to me.

Anyone have any favorite recommendations?

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