#007: Best Eats on the Strip

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In this episode of the Vegas 30 Podcast we talk about the best places to eat on the Strip.

Other topics include:

  • Restaurants worth repeating
  • The best places to eat with a group
  • The return of sushi
  • The best food courts
  • Great places for Italian food
  • The quest for steak
  • The legendary “Hipster Pizza!”
  • And so much more. . .

    Items mentioned in this episode:

  • Caesar’s Palace
  • Mandalay Bay
  • Open Table App
  • LAVO
  • MGM
  • Nobu
  • Shibuya
  • Cirque du Soleil
  • Julian Serrano
  • Sbarro
  • Nathan’s Famous Hotdogs
  • Haagen-Daz
  • Bacchanal Buffet (In Caesar’s Palace)
  • Rao’s (In Caesar’s Palace)
  • Old Homestead (In Caesar’s Palace)
  • Craftsteak (In MGM)
  • Where’s your favorite spot to eat on the strip?

    Intro Music: Classick . Check it out on iTunes!
    Video provided by: AtomicSpark
    Audio recorded by: Wayne Cochrane Sound

    • http://www.btcrevolutions.com Chris Reed

      I’ve already told you, but The Vegas 30 is my favorite podcast, and it isn’t even close. You two are fantastic and constantly make me want to book my next flight to Vegas.

      I’ve been meaning to share this for months, but I wanted to share my favorite spots (in addition to the ones you mentioned):

      1) Bonanno’s: And not just any of their locations (because I know they have multiple), but their location at the corner-ish of Harmon and the Strip. Ask for a table—outside, of course—and order whatever looks good … I recommend the Linguine Carbonara. Everything I’ve had there was the very definition of home-cooked Italian. And you can’t beat their late-night slice if some late-night nourishment is in order.

      2) Lotus of Siam: It’s off-Strip, but I thought I’d share it here anyway. If you love Thai food, this is absolutely the place to go. Checked it out the last time I was in Vegas, and it did not disappoint. It’s on Sahara, east of the Strip almost parallel to the Stratosphere, and well worth the cab ride (or walk, for the slightly more daring).

      • http://www.twitter.com/unmarketing unmarketing

        Thank-ya sir!!

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