The espresso martini was very good. Definitely very light on the alsohol though! However, they do not have running water so you can not get water with your drink.
We stayed at Tuscany on our 6th trip to Vegas, our first time staying off of the strip. Its a great place to stay with a family, they have suites that can comfortably accommodate a family of 4. The place is away from the influence of the strip, yet close to it. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Special mention to the housekeeping for their excellent services everyday. We enjoyed staying here so much that we extended our stay! We will be back again.
We had breakfast over there almost by chance.. and we loved it ! Located in the Delano, it has a cozy warm atmosphere, and the staff is very nice. They serve delicious and refined "farmish" comfort food. The goodness of biscuits and gravy, and pancakes with warm maple syrup is unique.. the chicken and waffles are absolutely delicious. It has become our breakfast spot before Sunday football games :)
Everyone is so friendly here but sometimes it can get backed up and the lines moves slowly. The frozen drinks are delicious. I recommend the Miami Vice.
Food is good, except the pork ribs we ordered was super pink and we didn’t eat it. This place is very crowded and long lines in the casino during holidays. Parking is free which is nice. Service is just ok, they will get what you requested, but we did not feel very welcome.
It was a wonderful tour! The driver was amazing and personable. I wish I had written down his name. He was going to have to put his dog down after the tour he had found out. Very interesting points of interest and great information. Loved it.
China Poblano, a culinary gem that masterfully fuses Chinese and Mexican flavors, left an indelible mark on my taste buds. The restaurant's commitment to innovation shines through in every dish, creating a dining experience that transcends traditional boundaries. The menu is a vibrant tapestry of flavors, blending the bold spices of Chinese cuisine with the rich and diverse tastes of Mexico. From the moment I sampled the dim sum with a Mexican twist to the unforgettable tacos, each dish was a testament to the chef's culinary prowess. A standout was the Peking duck tacos, where the succulent duck perfectly harmonized with the handmade tortillas and vibrant toppings. The marriage of these two distinct culinary traditions was nothing short of brilliant, offering a delightful journey for the palate. The ambiance at China Poblano is equally captivating. The restaurant's design seamlessly blends elements from both cultures, creating a visually stunning and inviting space. The attentive staff further enhanced the dining experience, providing insights into the menu and ensuring every detail was attended to. In summary, China Poblano is a culinary adventure that surpasses expectations. Whether you're a connoisseur of Chinese or Mexican cuisine, or simply seeking a gastronomic exploration, this establishment is a must-visit. The fusion of flavors, coupled with impeccable service and a captivating atmosphere, makes China Poblano a true standout in the world of culinary fusion.
You could shoot a cannon through this place and not hit 10 people this morning. Evidently ownership and management have decided that buffets were for locals are unnecessary. You guys might want to take a ride over to Southpoint Casino. The crowds there been Non-Stop for months and months. Take a look at the pictures from there 30 minutes after leaving your place. Keeping them closed is going to make you a Target for either bankruptcy or a buyout. Weekend traffic alone isn't going to keep you afloat.
This was my first Cirque du Soleil show, and I've got to say I wasn't sure what to expect. It was absolutely amazing, with so much happening at certain points that I will definitely have to watch it again. The coordination and athleticism of these performances are impressive on their own, and the music and set design envelopes you into a world of color.
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