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Las Vegas restaurant for wedding dinner moderate but classy

Las Vegas restaurant for wedding dinner moderate but classy

May 17th, 2005, 05:28 PM
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Las Vegas restaurant for wedding dinner moderate but classy

I am looking for a restaurant for my wedding night dinner. We will be having about 15-20 guests. My soon to be mother in law is footing the bill so we are trying to find a reasonably priced restaurant. We want a nice place, it does not have to be extravagant. No chinese or japanese, and preferably no places that are strictly steak houses. Our goal is to have a nice dinner with good service in a great atmosphere. A large menu selection would be preferable as everyone likes different food. Some are pasta eaters, others are steak people, and some are the low-carb healthy type. Canaletto looked perfect but for the amount of people we have you need to use a preselected menu and it's a little out of our ideal price range. Ideally we are trying for $30-$40 per person. Someone suggested Samba grill but is it nice enough and do they have a large range of food? Oh, we also want a place that will alow us to have our wedding cake from freed's bakery there. Canaletto was willing to do this. Please Help!! Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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May 17th, 2005, 10:41 PM
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Check with Il Fornaio at NYNY. Canaletto is part of the Il Fornaio chain but slightly more pricey.

Market City Caffe has their menu online, it's nice , in Monte Carlo hotel.
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May 18th, 2005, 03:27 AM
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try Rosemary's on west sahara -- about three miles from the strip

gourmet food, non-Strip prices, and I think they have a private room now
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May 18th, 2005, 03:54 AM
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What a shame about Canelleto..that would have been my suggestion. Maybe one of the older hotels that have some pretty good restaurants.
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May 18th, 2005, 04:40 AM
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My nephew had his wedding dinner at Mon Ami Gabi in the Paris Hotel. It was perfect. Lovely setting and the food was delicious. I believe it is in your price range. I can highly recommend.
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