Good fun. The dueling pianos were pretty nothing spectacular, and VERY loud. I think they try to be so loud that the people entering the casino doors hear it. The older crowd - guessing the average age was around 45-50 - seemed to really enjoy themselves.
Jose Andres' Jaleo is a great place to have dinner with friends and family! Located in the beautiful Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino, it has a one-of-a-kind atmosphere, although the chairs could be more comfortable. The food was absolutely delicious, with the highlight being the best Brussels sprouts I've ever had! Service was top notch and server Sunny was very attentive and knowledgeable. All in all, this makes for an incredible evening!
On a Friday afternoon, you can expect to wait a reasonable amount of time, around 30 minutes, to be seated. Then, you'll have a great selection of dishes to choose from that are all skillfully cooked. Everything is presented nicely with sample sizes of many plates so you can pick a smaller portion instead of a large one. Considering the amount you're paying, it's a great deal.
I'm not a huge gambler so Vdara is perfect for my needs. We can unwind without the smoke and loud slot machines, or simply go next door to Aria if the need to gamble does arise. It's also located right in the middle of the Vegas strip so everything is very close by. The beds are comfortable and the rooms are huge.
This museum is a car aficionado's paradise! Take a stroll down memory lane with a free, self-guided tour to discover the wonderful history behind Shelby or dive deeper with a more comprehensive tour - at a cost. Don't forget to stop at the store for all their Shelby-related needs!
We had a delightful evening at this steakhouse with its cozy atmosphere. The menu had outstanding selections and the service was impeccable. We opted for the Chicago Cut steak, Maine Lobster, and crab cake. The steak was cooked to perfection, with each bite melting in our mouths. The lobster was an unusual yet delightful experience and the crab cake made us feel like we were in New England. We'd be remiss if we didn't give a shout out to our servers, Brian and Raul. Both of them did an excellent job and we'll be sure to ask for them by name the next time we go back.
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