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July 18, 2008

Palazzo Restaurants Reviewed (Part One)

Posted by Hunter

This link made the rounds last week and I didn't post it but I've been enjoying this blog so much, I now feel like I need to share.

If you love Vegas food, this is a site to visit regularly (or subscribe via RSS).


Read archived comments (7 so far)
July 18, 2008 5:11 PM Posted by mike_ch

I've never understood why have no less than three (and maybe four or five depending on who you ask) steakhouses at the ol Pallazgio but no buffet. Did an LVS executive lose their parents in a buffet line as a child?

"I was ten. The scene was Circus-Circus."
*cut to black an white flashback*
"Mom! Moooooom!"
*voiceover* "She went to the salad bar... and never came back."

July 19, 2008 8:22 AM Posted by wilson

I dont know if this is off topic but here it goes. I ate at yellow tail yesterday and it eas AMAZING! But too bad MGM is making the whole bellagio modern.

July 19, 2008 10:16 AM Posted by mike_ch

It's open? Hm. I was planning to go walk by and scope it out tomorrow.

July 19, 2008 12:58 PM Posted by Mike P.

The sign outside Yellowtail said it's opening the 21st, but they've been serving people the last few days. Maybe a soft opening?

The place looks pretty good if you like the typical Light Group restaurant look - contemporary with lots of dark wood.

July 19, 2008 3:10 PM Posted by Wilson

whats with MGM and their love with the light group any ways? I mean carmel yellowtail and the bank is good but they've gone too far with fix. I hate what MGM is doing with the place there making everything modern. Dont you think?

July 19, 2008 5:03 PM Posted by PeterF is a great site. Thanks for pointing it out Hunter.

July 20, 2008 8:14 PM Posted by Jinx

Definitely some hard reviews on those places and refreshing to see. In reference to LVS and a buffet, from having large company events catered at the Venetian, my take is it's just easier to focus on the convention crowd for buffet style offerings, then to combine that with a standard buffet. At least that is the impression I got. I don't know what the other hotels offer from a catered offering for 22k (the size of my companies conference), but I can't imgagine they are catering those sizes especially since they don't have quite the convention space LVS does. When we had a lunch at MGM, due to one of our events at the Garden arena, getting to the area for lunch was an exercise in futility and literally took 25 minutes in order for them to provide us with a boxed lunch.