- TXTXdeBrazilOrlando / Central Florida East •2 reviews5.0Dined 1 day agoThis was my first experience dining at a Gordon Ramsay restaurant. Service, food, and atmosphere were all outstanding. Our main server, Miguel, was inviting, engaging, and was very detailed-oriented down to remembering what entre each person ordered at our table and getting us set up with the right utensils. The Prix Fixe menu was definitely the way to go. Portion sizes were generous and we were very satisfied with our meal. Service from the other servers was also outstanding as they too paid very close attention to maximizing our dining experience. The bill was expensive but truly worth the 5-star dining experience of a lifetime!More infoHell's Kitchen - Caesars Palace Las Vegas$$$$Price: Very Expensive• American• Caesars Palace•4.6
- MKMK54San Diego •10 reviews5.0Dined 1 day agoWe are frequent diners at Joe’s and are never disappointed. We had the fried oysters, amazing; the tuna tartare, fabulous; and the fish tacos, you won’t find any better in Vegas! Highly recommend Joe’s for lunch or dinner.More infoJoe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab - Las Vegas$$$$Price: Very Expensive• Seafood• Forum Shops at Caesars•4.8
- JFJohnFvipAustin •22 reviews5.0Dined 1 day agoGreat experience and phenomenal food. Thanks Trish for outstanding service and recommendations. Well done.More infoMon Ami Gabi - Las Vegas$$$$Price: Expensive• French• Paris Hotel and Casino•4.7
- OTOpenTable DinerAtlantic City / South Jersey Shore •1 review5.0Dined 4 days agoDefinitely tip before hand. I usually don't tip until after the meal was planning on tipping 60$ after the meal in cash but they assumed I wasn't gonna so only got 1 refill and asked multiple people and they said they'd be right back but never were.... Only tipped 20 to the one server that did give me a refill lol.More infoBacchanal Buffet - Caesars Palace Las Vegas$$$$Price: Very Expensive• American• Caesars Palace•4.1
- OTOpenTable DinervipPortland / Oregon •132 reviews5.0Dined 4 days agoCapo's was a real treat. From the nondescript plain looking building in a strip mall to the speakeasy feel getting in, to the amazing Maitre'D Bobby, to the fantastic live singing from David, to the best and sweetest bartender Gyrie (?), to the amazing old school Italian food. This place was the highlight of our trip and will now and forever be a regular stop when we're back in Vegas. Bobby the Maitre'D is one of the coolest, most interesting guys I've met in the restaurant industry. He's busy running around checking people in, seating them, talking with everyone and ensuring all their meals are to their liking and having a nice time. David the entertainment for the evening was fantastic. He sang songs from Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin (Rat Pack era) and transformed the atmosphere back to the 1940's. Some of the songs sounded spot on with "Ol Blue Eyes"... I could spend every weekend listening to him. And last but not least is Gyrie the bartender. She was the nicest, most friendly bartender I've ever run into in Vegas and despite that, she would rate up there with one of the best bartenders anywhere I've been. She also makes a fantastic Negroni! Now, I haven't even mentioned the food yet, but this is old school Italian like you might find in Little Italy in Manhatten or Chicago or what an Italian grandmother might make for a Sunday supper. The spicy meatball is one "spicy meatball" and is so filling. The marinara sauce it comes with is thick and plentiful and make sure to use that warm garlic bread to mop up the rest of it. The lasagna is massive! Full of meat, thick baked cheese and again, a heavy portion of marinara sauce. And the chicken marsala was a tender pounded chicken breast with deep and flavorful marsala and perfectly sauteed mushrooms. Capo's was just an unbelievable experience that far exceeded any of our expectations. And it is now one of our favorite restaurants anywhere and will be telling our friends about it.More infoThe Original Capo's Restaurant & Speakeasy$$$$Price: Moderate• Italian• Sahara Avenue•4.7
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