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Where to Buy and Eat in Las Vegas

 

Buy

  • Forum Shops at Caesar's Palace. Don't miss free animatronics shows at Fountain of the Gods and Atlantis located at either end of the mall

  • Grand Canal Shoppes in The Venetian, including the tacky objets d'art shop featured in Martin Bashir's interview with Michael Jackson

  • More affordable (and arguably more tasteful) gift shops in the Aladdin.

  • Fashion Show Mall which is on the strip

  • Mandalay Place between Luxor and Mandalay Bay

  • Las Vegas Outlet Mall a few miles south of Mandalay Bay

  • Premium Outlet Mall Downtown.

Eat

Food in Las Vegas is good, but sometimes a little pricey.

  • Roman Court at Caesars has good food as well as good icy drinks

  • Cafe' Lago at Caesars is elegant and has very good food

  • Cypress Street Marketplace is interesting and good for the family, it has every cuisine and is mostly cheap

  • Shang-hi Lily in Mandalay Bay is gourmet Chinese and an incredible fine dining experience

  • Buffets.

The most famous buffets in Las Vegas are at the Bellagio, Paris and Aladdin, though the newly opened Wynn buffet is becoming more and more of a favorite with tourists and locals alike. If you plan to go to only one, those are the most spectacular. The best buffets typically run about $30 a person for a weekend dinner. Lunch is your best value at most buffets when they are around half price, breakfasts are cheapest and often have a great spread too. Do not forget that tipping your buffet waiter 10-15% is customary. You can leave cash on the table at the end of your meal or tip the cashier at the counter on a credit card.

When going to a buffet, try to avoid bringing a purse, backpack or other hand-held items. Asking another party to watch your property while you go up for a second helping of crab legs is inconvenient and leaving it unattended is a security risk. The risk is not only due to theft, but unattended packages and bags catch the eye of casino security quickly. Try to fit all of your belongings in your pocket when you visit a Las Vegas buffet.

 



 

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