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Old 01-12-2013, 04:12 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
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We have annual passes to Seaworld and our Grandkids love Shark Reef Aquarium..I also happen to agree that it is a great place... And no matter what Aquarium you go to in the USA you will not find all the types of Shark and the amount they have at Shark Reef....
Ditto my girls. My grandaughter loves both and they have annual passes to both. If you come from Monterrey or San Diego maybe it's no big deal, but if you come from the midwest it certainly would be.
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Old 01-12-2013, 04:30 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
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I haven't heard many good reviews about Ramsay's new steakhouse. (I'm in the industry. And the only reviews I trust are from cooks, chefs and sommeliers. Except for the Michelin guide, restaurant reviews are paid advertising in this town.) Considering the alternatives, I'd give Mr. Ramsay a year to work out the kinks. Either it will improve, or it will close.

I would go to instead:

1) Bouchon (Good "bang for the buck" -- least-expensive way to try TK's food (without going to Yountville when Addendum is open).)
2) Any of Michael Mina's restaurants
3) Carnevino
4) Bartolotta (I am completely against the idea of flying live seafood in from Italy -- I think this is an utter waste of the world's resources. But the seafood here is amazing.)

But -- what does this guy and his wife like? There might be a better fit for them.
Scoop, have you tried Poppy Den at Tivoli Village?
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