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    Heading to Las Vegas for the first time , on the 30th of the month. Any suggestions for things to do, places to eat etc... Any knife shops to check out. Any info would be great thanks.
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    Where are you staying?

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    Wyndham Grand Desert. I believe. Hotel was arranged through friends. Any Suggestions?

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    Are you renting a car? That is a little off strip so you will need a car or taxis. What type of food do you like? My wife and I got married in Vegas so we go there all the time for our anniversary. The eiffel tower restaurant is a good anniversary spot.

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    Gordon Ramsay Steak.

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    I like all types of food, good charcuterie would be nice, and some whisky bars

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    the food I enjoy in Vegas:
    The Orleans hotel -Big Al's Oyster Bar(best Oyster in vegas)
    Picasso- try their testing meun
    L'Atelier de Jol Robuchon at MGM-try their Tasting Menu (my favor dish- Foie gras stuffed free-range quail with truffled-mashed potatoes)
    Jean Philippe Chocolates and Pastries at Bellagio- best Pastries & gelato
    afternoon Tea at four seasons hotel
    the show I like:
    K Cirque du Soleil
    Mystre Cirque du Soleil
    O Cirque du Soleil
    Blue Man Group
    Le Rve - The Dream
    Charles ***[All statements I made here only my personal opinion and nothing more!]*** & Please bare with me for my crappy English!!

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    Tried for Robuchon, no available reso. Delmonico steakhouse, is a must for me as they have a large top shelf whisky collection. I am a bourbon head.

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    If you like Charcuterie, Bouchon in the Polazzo does a board. I second going to see Ka as well. Have fun!

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    We did Robuchon for my wifes 50th, very good, but did run around $500. We did Delmonico steakhouse back when it opened and Emirl was actully there. Gordon Ramsay Steak has a steak kart that they role by to pick your steak which is kind of fun. They also have a side of bone marrow that was great.

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