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    Quote Originally Posted by bourge73 View Post
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    Hit up Gordon Ramsay’s Burgr. Also Wolfgang Pucks Spago. Enjoyed both.
    I've been meaning to try Burgr, but every time we went by there was a line up out the door. Fuck that noise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bourge73 View Post
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    Hit up Gordon Ramsay’s Burgr. Also Wolfgang Pucks Spago. Enjoyed both.
    Neither of these really did anything for me. The burgers at Burger were just okay. Fries were pretty damn good though. Steak and Pub & Grill were much better, but overall I think these restaurants are just overhyped cause Gordon Ramsay's name is on them.

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    Yeah I'd avoid his burger joint. It was meh at best, but they let you keep the menu as a souvenir.

    I really enjoyed Nobu when I went, but can get pricey

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    Quote Originally Posted by D'z Nutz View Post
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    Neither of these really did anything for me. The burgers at Burger were just okay. Fries were pretty damn good though. Steak and Pub & Grill were much better, but overall I think these restaurants are just overhyped cause Gordon Ramsay's name is on them.
    Fair enough. I should have mentioned this is when I was last on Vegas 5 years
    ago and it had just opened. Not surprised it went downhill but I know good food. ( it was great ) @ misterman suck it
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    The only place we have booked so far is Joes Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab. I’m hoping it’s as good as it was 10 years ago, haha.

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    Mr.Chow’s is awesome for a large group.

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    Westwood steakhouse. It's a bit off strip, but the cabbies can find it no problem. It's a real treasure, everyone agrees. Good for groups.

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    IMO Lotus of Siam is a must if you are going off-strip for food in Vegas. We really enjoyed Morimoto in MGM last time too. Had the chef tasting menu there.

    With nightclubs, I agree table service is the way to go. If you go with a big enough (or out-going enough) group you can still have fun without table service, but the experience is just THAT much better with. I've personally never tried this, but I know some friends who've contacted an event organizer before the trip to book their day-time pool parties and night clubs, and said they got way better service while paying the same price. It's like instead of taking the Cab to go to Sapphire, you just call them up and say you and your friends want to hit up the gentlemen's club, and they will send you a giant limo to pick you guys up and escort you to your table. You end up paying the same amount (if not cheaper cause you don't need to pay for the taxis) but VIP+ service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dino_martini View Post
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    Margaritaville casino at the Flamingo is no more unfortunately. 5c beers were epic.
    The 5 o'clock somewhere bar still has 5c beers for an hour 5-6 I think

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    Neither Beyond baller status nor 500 USD bottle service type clubber... tried Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres with a few friends about a year and a half ago, we liked it. I didn't do the ordering but we were served a variety of meats and a couple of bottles of wine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bourge73 View Post
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    Fair enough. I should have mentioned this is when I was last on Vegas 5 years
    ago and it had just opened. Not surprised it went downhill but I know good food. ( it was great ) @ misterman suck it
    What's mister internet crybaby's problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX_EVOLV View Post
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    IMO Lotus of Siam is a must if you are going off-strip for food in Vegas. We really enjoyed Morimoto in MGM last time too. Had the chef tasting menu there.

    With nightclubs, I agree table service is the way to go. If you go with a big enough (or out-going enough) group you can still have fun without table service, but the experience is just THAT much better with. I've personally never tried this, but I know some friends who've contacted an event organizer before the trip to book their day-time pool parties and night clubs, and said they got way better service while paying the same price. It's like instead of taking the Cab to go to Sapphire, you just call them up and say you and your friends want to hit up the gentlemen's club, and they will send you a giant limo to pick you guys up and escort you to your table. You end up paying the same amount (if not cheaper cause you don't need to pay for the taxis) but VIP+ service.

    I would 100% recommend Vegas VIP for planning a bachelor party. I also thought value was pretty good. But mainly it's just good to not waste your time all night with BS. A big group of guys trying to walk in to a restaurant unannounced and getting 20 separate bills is a major headache. Then trying to get transportation to a club or wherever you're going next just leads to a bunch of guys standing around not knowing what's going on. If you have an event planner handle it and charge you one price per head up front, it's all seamless and easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misterman View Post
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    I would 100% recommend Vegas VIP for planning a bachelor party. I also thought value was pretty good. But mainly it's just good to not waste your time all night with BS. A big group of guys trying to walk in to a restaurant unannounced and getting 20 separate bills is a major headache. Then trying to get transportation to a club or wherever you're going next just leads to a bunch of guys standing around not knowing what's going on. If you have an event planner handle it and charge you one price per head up front, it's all seamless and easy.
    Makes sense to me. Might be going to a bachelor party next year in LV and I really hope it's organized like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Misterman View Post
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    Yeah why go on vacation at all. It's a rip off. I could just stay home and see pictures of the beach on google.

    It's a luxury purchase to have fun. And honestly when you compare it to buying single drinks, it's actually pretty reasonably priced, plus you get the added benefit of having a spot to chill and not be shoulder to shoulder with a crowd all night.
    You're not getting the point...I'm just saying there are better places to party than Vegas for men. I would pick Montreal over Vegas any day

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabjab View Post
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    You're not getting the point...I'm just saying there are better places to party than Vegas for men. I would pick Montreal over Vegas any day
    You are entitled to your own opinion haha.

    Just like some people swear by Mexico while others wouldn’t step foot there.

    To each his own.

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    Did a fake bachelor party over halloween weekend in vegas and had a blast.
    We went to top golf and Hakkasan night one no bottle but ended up right under the DJ booth on the dance floor so it was not bad at all. .
    Charlie Palmers for the cut of the week then Bottle at Intrigue night two
    Night three we did rolling smoke bbq and then open bar wristbands at an Irish pub with a live band

    Overall it was fantastic we rented a huge house 10 mins off strip with a pool and drank/ ate edibles all weekend. Vegas is a hell of a good time with the right people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by austic View Post
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    the right people.
    This right there is the most important thing IMO. I could have an amazing time in Edmonton or Calgary with the right people or have a shitty time in Vegas, Montreal or wherever with the wrong people. For me, it's all about surrounding yourself with the 'right' crowd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakalaka View Post
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    This right there is the most important thing IMO. I could have an amazing time in Edmonton or Calgary with the right people or have a shitty time in Vegas, Montreal or wherever with the wrong people. For me, it's all about surrounding yourself with the 'right' crowd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jabjab View Post
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    You're not getting the point...I'm just saying there are better places to party than Vegas for men. I would pick Montreal over Vegas any day
    Depends what you mean by better. If cheap hookers are your bag, then Montreal all the way. Otherwise I'll take Vegas every day of the week.

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