The food and cocktails here are great. We had great service and our waitress was super helpful with recommendations and always refilling our waters. My only issue was the seating. The atmosphere is a laidback and chill by the pool kind of place. But it was a little hard to eat in an Adirondack chair because the table was a little far. If you want to just chill with your cocktail, this is a great place.
First time at the Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay. The view is spectacular, the bar is well stocked and the music was good. The only open space for customers not on the reservation list was packed. The only knock would be the lack of space available for us regular patrons who didn't one side of the club. Would I come back? Yes, but only if management keeps an eye on crowd size and available space to enjoy the club.
Everything in the store is absolutely beautiful purses shoes boots and the staff is amazing I recommend it I come from Santa Barbara California best shop here
Located inside the Tropicana Hotel. It was a beautiful place and plenty of comfortable seating.
Food was great! I had a burger. Cost $20. Price what you expect on the strip in Las Vegas. Our server, Chris, is the 1st server in some time that I felt really did the job of what you expect from a server. It's definitely worth a try.
Right after the 4th of July fireworks show, we decided to grab some food, and thankfully, this spot still had some availability. The servers were very sweet and gave us the option to eat inside or on the patio. Since the place is in a popular area, I figured why not enjoy it. Now I could not stop ordering food everything was too dam delicious. The appetizers we had were the giant meatball and fried calamari. The dinner dishes were the lobster ravioli and the salmon penne. I highly recommend this spot for anyone who wants a fun environment and delicious food. I can't wait to come back
This place has some really good Happy Hour items. Also went here during restaurant week and got a great deal. I was quite impressed w truffle fries. We’re more like potato wedges, but delicious. My steak was really good as well and the cherry tart dessert was super delicious. Good service too.
The food in this restaurant is atrocious. There were 6 people in my party and only 1 person liked their food which was pasta. I order chicken wings with old bay rub and they were way over done and super dry. Someone else order the same dish and some of their wings came out raw. If you are hungry DO NOT come here and expect a decent meal. Definitely a restaurant which is solely focused on the experience not quality of food.
We went here on purpose. We like Wing Stop , this one didn’t disappoint either. Good food pretty quick
A hole in the wall, literally. This place should get more recognition. Our server and all the dishes they served us were one of the best and memorable food/dining experience we’ve had in Vegas. Everything was just so good!!! No complaints! I stopped taking photos when our mains were served, definitely a must try in Vegas!
Ask for Mirena. I had the best massage I've ever had in my life! Beautiful spa and friendly service.
Incredibly overpriced and just not what the course used to be. It’s sad because the Dye Design (PB, not Pete) at one time was a blast to play: crazy tight fairways, some excellent green complexes, and a fair value. Those days are long gone as the golf explosion continues to raise the prices, and golf courses that are nowhere near the value they are charging are taking advantage. I will give Desert Pines a little credit for redoing the greens. If they can keep them firm and fast, it will be a lot better when springtime conditions roll around. But, for the time being, there is just way better golf to play in Vegas. I would have loved to see Desert Pines find some way to incorporate lights into the course. With such a small property and so many holes running alongside one another (you will have people playing a different hole on your fairway, that’s a given), it would have been a fun place to play at night during the high summer temps. It sucks the Vegas Valley is losing another course, but if I’m being honest, this one is not going to be missed. I also want to say that Joe, aka HittinGreens, is a HUGE fan of this place, and it’s why I’ve added a star to the ranking. Some enjoyment can be found on the course; that’s a given. But as I compare it to how it was just 5-6 years ago, it’s sad to see it how it’s being managed now.
It took a while for the food to come and the prime rib that one of my family members got had a lot of fat, but the rest of the food was pretty good. The ribeye I got was on the chewy side, but I liked the seasoning and how it was cooked.
Lots of American sushi rolls, one or two kinds of oysters and quite a few good hot seafood dishes from the kitchen. Their main oysters are from Louisiana which I would not touch with a 10ft pole. Raw seafood from the filthy warm gulf? No thanks. You eat oysters from ice cold ocean water. They had some from Baja that I suspect were farm raised that were pretty good. Had a lobster Mac n cheese that was good but very short on lobster. Decent wine and beer list and friendly staff. Dollar oyster happy hour on Thursdays and Fridays but they're the gulf ones so caveat emptor.
Overall decorum and chill vibes makes this bar unique to every other sports bar or casino bar. Worth the visit plus they usually have holiday themed drinks and events.
Delights Cafe in The Signature at MGM Grand was just that, a delight! It was just what we were looking for after a hot afternoon by the pool. The staff couldn't have been nicer or more accommodating. Yes, it's expensive, but what isn't in this town? Lisa behind the counter was so bubly, warm and friendly. You could tell she is a happy person who cares about doing her job well. We will for sure beback!
The 5 stars is for the atmosphere, ambiance, vibe, and drinks. The music is nice. The decor is beautiful. The staff is beautiful. The drinks are great. Only food I ordered was an appetizer. They sent out the wrong one but it was good so I kept it and made sure they didn't charge me for the more expensive one.
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