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Tasting Las Vegas: The Podcast, Ep. 16 - 5 Restaurants For Las Vegas Newbies

This week on Tasting Las Vegas: The Podcast, The Wife and I talk about everything from the dust up at the Golden Globes to the dust up at Alex’s final service.  We dish on some Recent Eats and talk about 5 Restaurants For Las Vegas Newbies.  Then, of course, we’ll have The News With The Wife, the TLV Cheap Eats of the Week and so much more!

Click Here To Listen To Tasting Las Vegas: The Podcast, Episode 16!

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Requisite Eats For Any Vegas Noob: First Food and Bar

Requisite Eats For Any Vegas Noob: First Food and Bar

Joints We Talked About:

  • Miko’s Sushi and Izakaya
  • Sierra Gold
  • Table 34
  • First Food and Bar
  • China Poblano
  • Bellagio Buffet
  • Bachi Burger
  • Fukuburger
  • L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
  • Joël Robuchon
  • Alex
  • The Country Club at Wynn Las Vegas

Tha’ Links:

Check out Crossings by Nathan Tanouye and the Las Vegas Jazz Connection on CDBaby.com

Follow The Wife on Twitter at @TLV_TheWife

Join us on the Facebook at http://facebook.com/TastingLasVegas

Ricky Gervais at the Golden Globes is here

The girl’s name is Hailee Steinfeld, and she kicks ass in True Grit

Eater’s article on S. Irene Virbila getting the boot from Red Medicine is here

Norm’s column of Pope Curtas The ELV getting the “boot” is here

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Mike Dobranski is a professional musician, amateur blogger, eater of good food, poker junkie, master of the inappropriate comment and bad husband to a wonderful wife.

Follow Mike and Tasting Las Vegas on Twitter at @TastingLasVegas

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1 comment to Tasting Las Vegas: The Podcast, Ep. 16 – 5 Restaurants For Las Vegas Newbies

  • I’m still shaken. How could Wynn do this? Well, I need not ask, really… I’ve already answered my own question before. Wynn is now all about “exotic, extravagant nightlife”. That’s where the money’s at on The Strip these days, so Steverino is just following the money.

    I know some are merrily declaring fine dining “dead”, but I think that’s a mistake. IMHO there will always be room for smart, sophisticated meals… And yes, there will always be room for amazingly elegant rooms dedicated to serving courses upon courses those smart, sophisticated meals alongside some of the best wines and spirits imaginable.

    I really had an eye-opening experience last month when I did dinner at Picasso. I just couldn’t handle ever losing something as special as that or Robuchon, so hopefully MGM will have the good sense not to close those fine dining gems. (Maybe because MGM is already making millions off day/nightclubs, they realize they can afford to keep up their reputation.)

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