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Jun 14th, 2013, 02:39 PM
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Where can I go to eat healthy meals in Las Vegas?

We have been to Vegas many times and usually we have thrown diet care to the wind, but this time I need to try to come back a little lighter, not a lot heavier than when I left. So...does anyone have any recommendations for places where we can get healthy dinners in Vegas? Our room will have a kitchenette so we will have breakfast in our room, and we will have light lunches out, but I want to avoid the buffets, pasta and pizza for dinner. Although we are staying on The Strip we do not have to eat there. I am looking for meals in the $40 to $80 range for the two of us, not including wine. Thanks for any suggestions.
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Jun 14th, 2013, 03:52 PM
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Milo's (in Cosmopolitan) $20 lunch is a must
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Jun 14th, 2013, 04:02 PM
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Mon Ami Gabi has some nice salads, soups, fish, sides. We also enjoyed Olives at The Bellagio.
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Jun 14th, 2013, 04:55 PM
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Buffets don't HAVE to be bad for the waistline. Stick to reasonable portions of things; eat protein without sauces, eat a lot of salad, eat veggies, and a bit of fruit for dessert. And stay away from the bad stuff - carbs like pasta, bread, rice, and don't even look at the dessert area. A little will power will make the buffet work for you.

BTW, I second Milos!
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Jun 14th, 2013, 05:20 PM
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Oooh Milos looks great. Thanks for the tip. DebitNM, I wish I had the restraint to go to a buffet and be good, but it's tough. I'm better off just staying away altogether. Plus, the really good buffets are expensive, and we can probably get a good meal for the same price without having to face the temptation. That's why I'm looking for alternatives.
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