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hate buffets, or so I thought. I asked each member of my family (total of 5) what they wanted for lunch on Monday (July 12) and the requests were so varied that a buffet seemed the logical solution. Am I glad we picked the Wynn. The Italian cold cuts were three grades above the typical deli fare, the variety of fresh salads satisfied even my daughter, pot stickers and vegtable egg rolls, sushi, octopus salad, pizza slices, sliced flank steak, roasted leg of lamb...it seemed like the serving area was the length of two football fields, and more importantly everything was fresh and delicious. Oh, and save room for dessert(s), you won't be disappointed. The only thing missing was Steve Wynn personally greating you at the door, but I sure that's because he was back in the kitchen making sure everything was up to his standards.

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hate buffets, or so I thought. I asked each member of my family (total of 5) what they wanted for lunch on Monday (July 12) and the requests were so varied that a buffet seemed the logical solution. Am I glad we picked the Wynn. The Italian cold cuts were three grades above the typical deli fare, the variety of fresh salads satisfied even my daughter, pot stickers and vegtable egg rolls, sushi, octopus salad, pizza slices, sliced flank steak, roasted leg of lamb...it seemed like the serving area was the length of two football fields, and more importantly everything was fresh and delicious. Oh, and save room for dessert(s), you won't be disappointed. The only thing missing was Steve Wynn personally greating you at the door, but I sure that's because he was back in the kitchen making sure everything was up to his standards.

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A modern and luxurious hotel. The staff are incredibly nice and talk nothing but respect for Steve Wynn, their boss, the owner of the hotel and Vegas legend. I have stayed in eleven of the hotels along the strip and not one of the compares to the customer service that I received during my stay at the Wynn. Our room was on the top floor facing the golf course. A breathtaking view. All I did was ask if they had any top floor rooms available at check in and we were lucky enough that they did. The rooms are spacious and modernly decorated. I've seen a couple different types of rooms at this hotel and I would stay in any of them again. The casino has nothing outstanding for me to stay hours for. There is more action in other casinos but I'm not a huge gambler. Although the location is a little more distance from the hub of the strip, I find myself taking taxis more often every time I go. Reve is a wonderful show. Most people don't know about the free water show. Locate the stairs by the registration area and go down or get a comfy seat in the lounge on the patio. There is nothing like it. The Bellagio has its spouting water but the Wynn presents colored lights in water and statues that seemingly enter and exit the water while set to music. Even if you aren't staying at the Wynn, it's worth a trip down there to see the free show.

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★★★★★

A modern and luxurious hotel. The staff are incredibly nice and talk nothing but respect for Steve Wynn, their boss, the owner of the hotel and Vegas legend. I have stayed in eleven of the hotels along the strip and not one of the compares to the customer service that I received during my stay at the Wynn. Our room was on the top floor facing the golf course. A breathtaking view. All I did was ask if they had any top floor rooms available at check in and we were lucky enough that they did. The rooms are spacious and modernly decorated. I've seen a couple different types of rooms at this hotel and I would stay in any of them again. The casino has nothing outstanding for me to stay hours for. There is more action in other casinos but I'm not a huge gambler. Although the location is a little more distance from the hub of the strip, I find myself taking taxis more often every time I go. Reve is a wonderful show. Most people don't know about the free water show. Locate the stairs by the registration area and go down or get a comfy seat in the lounge on the patio. There is nothing like it. The Bellagio has its spouting water but the Wynn presents colored lights in water and statues that seemingly enter and exit the water while set to music. Even if you aren't staying at the Wynn, it's worth a trip down there to see the free show.

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AMAZING!

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AMAZING!

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i had a great dinner here with my fiance last weekend. our server was new and straggled a bit, but in the end everything was great. we were served a different cocktail then we ordered, but it couldn't have been a better mistake! the server said it was a tyku sake and ginger ale .. i had never had sake in more than a sake bomb in the past! Who knew it could be mixed into such a yummy drink!

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i had a great dinner here with my fiance last weekend. our server was new and straggled a bit, but in the end everything was great. we were served a different cocktail then we ordered, but it couldn't have been a better mistake! the server said it was a tyku sake and ginger ale .. i had never had sake in more than a sake bomb in the past! Who knew it could be mixed into such a yummy drink!

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The Wynn Las Vegas is class. It's beautiful, newer, and the service is great. Anyone can find a complaint (see below), but the Wynn is among the top three Vegas properties.

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The Wynn Las Vegas is class. It's beautiful, newer, and the service is great. Anyone can find a complaint (see below), but the Wynn is among the top three Vegas properties.

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Alex ranks with Andres,Picasso, and Fleur de Lys as my favorite gourmet restaurants. I've eaten there twice in two months and both visits were memorable.The room is dramatic and the service is impeccable. The escargot tart and veal with sweetbread ravioli were exceptional.So are the prices, but Alex is well worth it. I recommend Alex to all.

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Alex ranks with Andres,Picasso, and Fleur de Lys as my favorite gourmet restaurants. I've eaten there twice in two months and both visits were memorable.The room is dramatic and the service is impeccable. The escargot tart and veal with sweetbread ravioli were exceptional.So are the prices, but Alex is well worth it. I recommend Alex to all.

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Very good food and served elegantly

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Very good food and served elegantly

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The service was elegant and the food quality excellent

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The service was elegant and the food quality excellent

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Alex is exceptional,even among Las Vegas'fine restaurants.The room is beautiful and service is low key and correct.All dishes were expertly prepared and attractively presented.The veal with sweetbread ravioli is a standout as is the escargot tart starter. Expensive,but well worth it

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Alex is exceptional,even among Las Vegas'fine restaurants.The room is beautiful and service is low key and correct.All dishes were expertly prepared and attractively presented.The veal with sweetbread ravioli is a standout as is the escargot tart starter. Expensive,but well worth it

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Hmm, how bad can things get at this hotel? Let me count the ways:

1) We were invited as casino guests, 3 nights, Fri-Mon this past weekend. My husband is like Super Elite at Silver Legacy, which is how I think they got our name.

Nevertheless, we were dumped at the bottom category room, which if you've been around in this life, you'd totally know that the Wynn's decor is the "trying hard" to look as if it's a Philippe Starck, but has IKEA artwork on the walls instead. Completely disgusting! Who cares if our room had their front and center view of the strip, blah, blah, it SUCKED nevertheless!

2) Same weekend, we also hosted a party for our closest relatives to celebrate our 90 year old aunt's birthday at one of their Fairway Villas. The one that costs over $3K a night and about 2500 sq ft. Except for being their super high roller, like spend $5K at the roll of every roulette wheel, these rooms were their very second best.

It was big, blah, blah. Decor was a bit better, but still transparently "fake", not even tastefully fake, mind you. And the catered food was ok.

All in all, quite uneventful. We all had a lot of fun at the party, mind you, but that's not due to the hotel. That was just good company.

I can write more, but I'm just so bored with this place.

Don't bother going! If you want a hotel at the strip, The Venetian has larger, better rooms all around.

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Hmm, how bad can things get at this hotel? Let me count the ways:

1) We were invited as casino guests, 3 nights, Fri-Mon this past weekend. My husband is like Super Elite at Silver Legacy, which is how I think they got our name.

Nevertheless, we were dumped at the bottom category room, which if you've been around in this life, you'd totally know that the Wynn's decor is the "trying hard" to look as if it's a Philippe Starck, but has IKEA artwork on the walls instead. Completely disgusting! Who cares if our room had their front and center view of the strip, blah, blah, it SUCKED nevertheless!

2) Same weekend, we also hosted a party for our closest relatives to celebrate our 90 year old aunt's birthday at one of their Fairway Villas. The one that costs over $3K a night and about 2500 sq ft. Except for being their super high roller, like spend $5K at the roll of every roulette wheel, these rooms were their very second best.

It was big, blah, blah. Decor was a bit better, but still transparently "fake", not even tastefully fake, mind you. And the catered food was ok.

All in all, quite uneventful. We all had a lot of fun at the party, mind you, but that's not due to the hotel. That was just good company.

I can write more, but I'm just so bored with this place.

Don't bother going! If you want a hotel at the strip, The Venetian has larger, better rooms all around.

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i really liked it. ithad really good food there. idon't under stand why your food is so good i loved it. it was really clean that is why i loved my stay there.

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i really liked it. ithad really good food there. idon't under stand why your food is so good i loved it. it was really clean that is why i loved my stay there.

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Easily one of the, if not the best restaurant I have dined at in Las Vegas thus far. Be sure to ask for Anthony; if the food was not reason enough to visit, his service takes the experience to another level.

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Easily one of the, if not the best restaurant I have dined at in Las Vegas thus far. Be sure to ask for Anthony; if the food was not reason enough to visit, his service takes the experience to another level.

Pros: Fantastic food, wine list, and service

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Having dined at all of Jean George's restaurants in NYC, several of Joel Robuchon in NY and in Paris, Pierre Gagnaire, etc... I have to admit that Alex proudly fits into this magnificent row. The overall experience, from the reception (seating strictly on time) through the service, decor and food quality was truly outstanding. The MUST have item is the risotto appetizer...it is just soooo good!
As far as pricing - it is rather on the expensive side, but it is worth every penny.
Looking forward to repeat this delicious experience next time in Vegas. Bravo Alex!

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Having dined at all of Jean George's restaurants in NYC, several of Joel Robuchon in NY and in Paris, Pierre Gagnaire, etc... I have to admit that Alex proudly fits into this magnificent row. The overall experience, from the reception (seating strictly on time) through the service, decor and food quality was truly outstanding. The MUST have item is the risotto appetizer...it is just soooo good!
As far as pricing - it is rather on the expensive side, but it is worth every penny.
Looking forward to repeat this delicious experience next time in Vegas. Bravo Alex!

Pros: Everything

Cons: None

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Tableau is by far one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas. Its kinda hidden within the tower suites, but its completely worth the extra effort. The food is a a mix of styles somewhere between french and american. The daily breakfast menu and weekend brunch are fantastic and one of my favorites, but dinner is amazing as well. I've never had lobster cooked more perfectly! Everything is done with extreme care and passion for food, you can tell that every member of the staff truly cares about what they do. The restaurant is quiet and serene, which makes it the prefect getaway from busy everyday life. The staff is very accommodating and do everything in their power to make sure you leave happy. Compared to some of the other "fine dining" restaurants in the city, the quality, value and price are terrific. Expect to spend around $100 - 200 for 2 -3 courses for two people without drinks. I've paid MUCH more at other "notable" restaurants and be extremely disappointed. Tableau is my go to place when I want a great meal, and I have never been disappointed!

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Tableau is by far one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas. Its kinda hidden within the tower suites, but its completely worth the extra effort. The food is a a mix of styles somewhere between french and american. The daily breakfast menu and weekend brunch are fantastic and one of my favorites, but dinner is amazing as well. I've never had lobster cooked more perfectly! Everything is done with extreme care and passion for food, you can tell that every member of the staff truly cares about what they do. The restaurant is quiet and serene, which makes it the prefect getaway from busy everyday life. The staff is very accommodating and do everything in their power to make sure you leave happy. Compared to some of the other "fine dining" restaurants in the city, the quality, value and price are terrific. Expect to spend around $100 - 200 for 2 -3 courses for two people without drinks. I've paid MUCH more at other "notable" restaurants and be extremely disappointed. Tableau is my go to place when I want a great meal, and I have never been disappointed!

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After reading the reviews and checking out the menu posted by the entrance my friends and I made a reservation for 3 at 9PM. When entering the restaurant, we were wowed by the decor and the attention to detail. Two of us ordered from the prix fixe and another had the tasting menu. Some starters (cauliflower puree, shellfish fritter [i forget which], procuitto on a breadstick, tuna tartare on scallop chip) were good (fritter, tartare) to what the heck (procuitto)? The 1st course from the tasting (yellowtail with osetra) didn't work as flavors didn't flow. They also gave us (who had the prix fixe) a langostine ravioli which was ok. Second course of the tasting (scallop) tasted good but didn't impress. 3rd of tasting (foie gras) tasted like regular liver, not foie gras. Our prix fixe app of cheese agnolotti and lobster were nothing spectacular as the flavors just weren't there. The entrees ranged from mushy and tasteless (stuffed rabbit), to overly salted and mushy (wagyu beef on tasting menu), to average (turbot with what we called a water sauce because it had no taste). The tasting menu pre-dessert (passionfruit cheesecake) was way too tart, and the prix-fixe pre-dessert was an average panna cotta. Actual desserts of a sort of strawberry shortcake was ok, and my lemon "souflee" had a nest of caramel strands that was too dense and felt like glass in my mouth even in small bites, and was mostly ignored. The actual lemon crepe was something I would learn out of culinary school (of which i am attending). For $150 for prix fixe and $200 for a tasting menu, we were sorely disappointed. We left without touching the pettite fours because we were in too much of a hurry to leave. We did talk to the manager and they were kind enough to remove the tasting menu from the bill. Maybe it was because the head chef left at 8PM, but still, a poor experience from a 5 star restaurant.

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After reading the reviews and checking out the menu posted by the entrance my friends and I made a reservation for 3 at 9PM. When entering the restaurant, we were wowed by the decor and the attention to detail. Two of us ordered from the prix fixe and another had the tasting menu. Some starters (cauliflower puree, shellfish fritter [i forget which], procuitto on a breadstick, tuna tartare on scallop chip) were good (fritter, tartare) to what the heck (procuitto)? The 1st course from the tasting (yellowtail with osetra) didn't work as flavors didn't flow. They also gave us (who had the prix fixe) a langostine ravioli which was ok. Second course of the tasting (scallop) tasted good but didn't impress. 3rd of tasting (foie gras) tasted like regular liver, not foie gras. Our prix fixe app of cheese agnolotti and lobster were nothing spectacular as the flavors just weren't there. The entrees ranged from mushy and tasteless (stuffed rabbit), to overly salted and mushy (wagyu beef on tasting menu), to average (turbot with what we called a water sauce because it had no taste). The tasting menu pre-dessert (passionfruit cheesecake) was way too tart, and the prix-fixe pre-dessert was an average panna cotta. Actual desserts of a sort of strawberry shortcake was ok, and my lemon "souflee" had a nest of caramel strands that was too dense and felt like glass in my mouth even in small bites, and was mostly ignored. The actual lemon crepe was something I would learn out of culinary school (of which i am attending). For $150 for prix fixe and $200 for a tasting menu, we were sorely disappointed. We left without touching the pettite fours because we were in too much of a hurry to leave. We did talk to the manager and they were kind enough to remove the tasting menu from the bill. Maybe it was because the head chef left at 8PM, but still, a poor experience from a 5 star restaurant.

Pros: Decor, took off tasting menu from bill due to poor food

Cons: Food

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The Alex resturant is a true dining experience. Top notch proffesional opperation in every way. The roasted Langoustine with Foie Gras Quenelles is simply the best culinary experience i have ever had. I am a classicly trained chef with over 25 years in the business and i take my hat off to the entire staff of Alex.
Chef Stratta your menu is above excellent

David Vothknecht 905-689-2068

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The Alex resturant is a true dining experience. Top notch proffesional opperation in every way. The roasted Langoustine with Foie Gras Quenelles is simply the best culinary experience i have ever had. I am a classicly trained chef with over 25 years in the business and i take my hat off to the entire staff of Alex.
Chef Stratta your menu is above excellent

David Vothknecht 905-689-2068

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I went to dinner at Tableau with a group of business associates, the restaurant is kind of hidden off in its own quiet area of the casino. Probably one of the more quieter restaurants I've been to in Vegas. So we started by ordering one of each appetizer. I loved the Ahi and the Lobster dishes. The lamb was cooked perfectly. I was really impressed by our young and very knowledgable waiter. He knew the menu and know how to answer all of our questions. Overall a great experience, I would definitely take a group of business partners there again, since it was quiet enough to talk and actually hear each other.

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I went to dinner at Tableau with a group of business associates, the restaurant is kind of hidden off in its own quiet area of the casino. Probably one of the more quieter restaurants I've been to in Vegas. So we started by ordering one of each appetizer. I loved the Ahi and the Lobster dishes. The lamb was cooked perfectly. I was really impressed by our young and very knowledgable waiter. He knew the menu and know how to answer all of our questions. Overall a great experience, I would definitely take a group of business partners there again, since it was quiet enough to talk and actually hear each other.

Pros: Service, Food and presentation, quiet

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loves it. this is refined and relaxed at the same time. nice private areas, good beats, stiff drinks and guys galore. All around nice place for a night out.

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loves it. this is refined and relaxed at the same time. nice private areas, good beats, stiff drinks and guys galore. All around nice place for a night out.

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i was very disappointed that we paid a huge dinner price for a small portion. it remind me of kid happy meals.we left to another facility to finish our dinner. this is the place to be at if you want to throw your money away. service was great but the atmosphere was just too darn quiet.

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i was very disappointed that we paid a huge dinner price for a small portion. it remind me of kid happy meals.we left to another facility to finish our dinner. this is the place to be at if you want to throw your money away. service was great but the atmosphere was just too darn quiet.

Pros: friendly employees

Cons: small PORTION and OVERPRICE

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I've eaten here twice now, the restaurant is very elegant but not stuffy at all, the food is very good! the service was wonderful and I appreciated the little purse couch. Definatly will be one of the few places I go when in Vegas.

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I've eaten here twice now, the restaurant is very elegant but not stuffy at all, the food is very good! the service was wonderful and I appreciated the little purse couch. Definatly will be one of the few places I go when in Vegas.

Pros: inside seating or out, ambiance, service and food

Cons: ??

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We stay at the Wynn primarly for the food and Tableau has a great menu especially the crab sanwhich.

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We stay at the Wynn primarly for the food and Tableau has a great menu especially the crab sanwhich.

Pros: Great atmosphere

Cons: limited menue

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My boyfriend arranged this dinner as a prelude to seeing La Reve at The Wynn. From the moment we were seated at our table, I felt like a queen. Instead of having me lay my evening bag on the floor, I was brought a small stool to place it on. From that moment on, I knew this would be a special experience.

We enjoyed champagne and a wonderful meal and outstanding desserts. My boyfriend commented that this was the most expensive meal he's ever paid for, but we had a very memorable experience...both for dinner and afterward at the show.

Although this restaurant is not one I would frequent often, it's definitely my pick in Vegas for an elegant and memorable evening. The service was impeccable and and staff was very gracious.

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My boyfriend arranged this dinner as a prelude to seeing La Reve at The Wynn. From the moment we were seated at our table, I felt like a queen. Instead of having me lay my evening bag on the floor, I was brought a small stool to place it on. From that moment on, I knew this would be a special experience.

We enjoyed champagne and a wonderful meal and outstanding desserts. My boyfriend commented that this was the most expensive meal he's ever paid for, but we had a very memorable experience...both for dinner and afterward at the show.

Although this restaurant is not one I would frequent often, it's definitely my pick in Vegas for an elegant and memorable evening. The service was impeccable and and staff was very gracious.

Pros: Romantic setting and elegant; food was delicious and service impeccable.

Cons: Very expensive, but worth it for very special occasions.

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We ate lunch here on our last trip to Vegas. It was not overcrowded, and we were sat almost immediately. We were seated at a window table, overlooking the pool. The views were great. The service was just ok, for a somewhat upscale restaurant. And cosidering the reputatino Wynn has, I was expecting better. It was not bad, just average. Our entree's were both good, with good portions. Overall, a good experience.

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We ate lunch here on our last trip to Vegas. It was not overcrowded, and we were sat almost immediately. We were seated at a window table, overlooking the pool. The views were great. The service was just ok, for a somewhat upscale restaurant. And cosidering the reputatino Wynn has, I was expecting better. It was not bad, just average. Our entree's were both good, with good portions. Overall, a good experience.

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Read some reviews on Alex on Citysearch, and decided to make a dinner reservation there for 7 people this past Saturday. It was great! -- but it's quite costly. Our total bill was close to $2000. The service was awesome, didn't enjoy the Foie Gras as much, but the rabbit was good, and the dessert was excellent. Be warn -- it took us 3 1/2 hours to finish our dinner. A friend had to order a double shot expresso during the meal to refrain from falling asleep.

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Read some reviews on Alex on Citysearch, and decided to make a dinner reservation there for 7 people this past Saturday. It was great! -- but it's quite costly. Our total bill was close to $2000. The service was awesome, didn't enjoy the Foie Gras as much, but the rabbit was good, and the dessert was excellent. Be warn -- it took us 3 1/2 hours to finish our dinner. A friend had to order a double shot expresso during the meal to refrain from falling asleep.

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We had reservations, we were seated quickly at the V.I.P. table. We were taken care of by the server's assistants and everything was great. The Rabbit and the Quail were to die for. Dessert was so so. The fish was horrible, it was almost like a fish stick on the plate. The wine list was ok but over priced. We were happy about the food except the fish. Everything else with the food was great. Only one major problem that made the night bad...we had a table of three and as you can imagine at a place like that servers do NOT make mistakes like this; our server tried to charge our table for 4 people, which is a minor $200 more than than 3 people, we were very offended and did not tip the waiter due to his dishonest mistake, so be careful people check the numbers. I would recommend the food, maybe sit at the bar to avoid the servers.

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★★★★☆

We had reservations, we were seated quickly at the V.I.P. table. We were taken care of by the server's assistants and everything was great. The Rabbit and the Quail were to die for. Dessert was so so. The fish was horrible, it was almost like a fish stick on the plate. The wine list was ok but over priced. We were happy about the food except the fish. Everything else with the food was great. Only one major problem that made the night bad...we had a table of three and as you can imagine at a place like that servers do NOT make mistakes like this; our server tried to charge our table for 4 people, which is a minor $200 more than than 3 people, we were very offended and did not tip the waiter due to his dishonest mistake, so be careful people check the numbers. I would recommend the food, maybe sit at the bar to avoid the servers.

Pros: Chefs know their game meats.

Cons: Service, Fish, EXPENSIVE

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The Las Vegas Chapter of the Commanderie de Bordeaux enjoyed a group dinner at Alex in December. What an amazing restaurant. They catered to our special group needs, served all courses at the proper temperature, on time, and with flair. The somm, and wait staff were perfect. Chef Alex created and prepared a special multicourse menu specifically to pair to our preferred wines, and each dish was an artistic and culinary triumph. We are coming back! Often! On a scale of 1 to 10, Alex is a 12

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The Las Vegas Chapter of the Commanderie de Bordeaux enjoyed a group dinner at Alex in December. What an amazing restaurant. They catered to our special group needs, served all courses at the proper temperature, on time, and with flair. The somm, and wait staff were perfect. Chef Alex created and prepared a special multicourse menu specifically to pair to our preferred wines, and each dish was an artistic and culinary triumph. We are coming back! Often! On a scale of 1 to 10, Alex is a 12

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For my 30th birthday, my now ex-boyfriend took me to this restaurant. What an experience. We had the crab and mascarpone ravioli, filet medallions and colorado lamb and we took the advice of our waiter for the wine pairings. The restaurant was so empty that by the main course, we had the main dining room to ourselves. For dessert courses, they allowed us to walk outside and explore the poolside cabanas that are usually packed during the day, while they set us up on the terrace overlooking the pool. The staff even brought over a heat lamp for us (it was late october and cool). They brought the most wonderful desserts for my birthday, including handmade truffles, miniature ice cream sandwiches and the most fabulous lemon dessert. After dinner, our waiter escorted us on a tour of the kitchen and we met the head chef for the night. It was the quintessential dining experience, and the ultimate 30th birthday dinner.

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For my 30th birthday, my now ex-boyfriend took me to this restaurant. What an experience. We had the crab and mascarpone ravioli, filet medallions and colorado lamb and we took the advice of our waiter for the wine pairings. The restaurant was so empty that by the main course, we had the main dining room to ourselves. For dessert courses, they allowed us to walk outside and explore the poolside cabanas that are usually packed during the day, while they set us up on the terrace overlooking the pool. The staff even brought over a heat lamp for us (it was late october and cool). They brought the most wonderful desserts for my birthday, including handmade truffles, miniature ice cream sandwiches and the most fabulous lemon dessert. After dinner, our waiter escorted us on a tour of the kitchen and we met the head chef for the night. It was the quintessential dining experience, and the ultimate 30th birthday dinner.

Pros: never very crowded, impeccable service, excellent food

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Alex was a truly unique dining experience. While I rate the food "just" 8.5, the overall experience was well worth the $600 price tag.

Service was impeccable; perhaps the best I've ever experienced. The servers were genuine and unobtrusive, catering to your every desire. Even the Maitre'D went out of his way to make sure we were satisfied.

The ambiance was very enjoyable, and some of the decor was so unique it actually became a topic of conversation for us.

Food was, as I previously mentioned, just "8.5". Don't get me wrong - the presentation was out of this world. I have never seen food prepared and served this way before. Unfortunately, I tend to prefer the bolder flavors of ethnic food and BBQ. Being a French restaurant, the focus was on butter and delicate ingredients. I believe if you enjoy this sort of traditional french fare you will likely think the food is closer to a 9.5 or even 10.

It's pricey, as there is no way to spend less than $150 per person for the smallest meal, bottled water, tax and tip. Adding in a few cocktails and wine will immediately double that price tag.

Overall: Try it; Alex is a once in a lifetime experience (unless you're the likes of Donald Trump, of course).

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Alex was a truly unique dining experience. While I rate the food "just" 8.5, the overall experience was well worth the $600 price tag.

Service was impeccable; perhaps the best I've ever experienced. The servers were genuine and unobtrusive, catering to your every desire. Even the Maitre'D went out of his way to make sure we were satisfied.

The ambiance was very enjoyable, and some of the decor was so unique it actually became a topic of conversation for us.

Food was, as I previously mentioned, just "8.5". Don't get me wrong - the presentation was out of this world. I have never seen food prepared and served this way before. Unfortunately, I tend to prefer the bolder flavors of ethnic food and BBQ. Being a French restaurant, the focus was on butter and delicate ingredients. I believe if you enjoy this sort of traditional french fare you will likely think the food is closer to a 9.5 or even 10.

It's pricey, as there is no way to spend less than $150 per person for the smallest meal, bottled water, tax and tip. Adding in a few cocktails and wine will immediately double that price tag.

Overall: Try it; Alex is a once in a lifetime experience (unless you're the likes of Donald Trump, of course).

Pros: Unbelievable Service, Excellent Ambiance, Beautifully Presented Food

Cons: Too much butter, lack of bold flavors, very high price

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I'm a lounge person but I heard great things about Tryst so wanted to check it out, needless to say, I didn't get in. So I went to Lure, also located in Wynn and I can't say enough about this lounge and I mean LOUNGE. First of all, this place is big for a lounge but plush, chic and comfortable. The place just has an inviting flow to it that even if you were walking past it you would want to venture in. There are couches everywhere to sit on and have conversation and relax and even though the dance is small, it didn't seem to effect the beautiful partygoers who were dancing everywhere. There is a open air space in the back of the lounge where some go to relax under the stars and by a firepit. Like most clubs and lounges in Vegas, they have very attractive people working there and Lure's bartenders, waitresses are all stunning with one difference, they are very attentive even when it's gets crowded and time allows will actually have a conversation with you. The waitresses and dancers wear gold beaded mini dresses reminiscent of those worn in the 60's. The crowd was a very good mix of people who didn't act as though they were too good for the room but freely mingled with each other unlike quite a few clubs and lounges in Vegas. A large number of these people seem like they belonged in a modeling catalog which can only help this place become bigger than it is. Because the problem Lure has is that they are competing with Tryst which has huge crowds on weekends. But last Saturday (their best day), Lure was crowded and nobody was leaving, when I left at 3:30am, it was still crowded. Nevertheless, I like this place very much and will go back when I'm Vegas. One downside is that, while they were very good, when the DJ's play Hip-Hop and dance floor is packed, stay with it, don't change it. Wynn has a gem here, so go and have fun....I did.

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★★★★★

I'm a lounge person but I heard great things about Tryst so wanted to check it out, needless to say, I didn't get in. So I went to Lure, also located in Wynn and I can't say enough about this lounge and I mean LOUNGE. First of all, this place is big for a lounge but plush, chic and comfortable. The place just has an inviting flow to it that even if you were walking past it you would want to venture in. There are couches everywhere to sit on and have conversation and relax and even though the dance is small, it didn't seem to effect the beautiful partygoers who were dancing everywhere. There is a open air space in the back of the lounge where some go to relax under the stars and by a firepit. Like most clubs and lounges in Vegas, they have very attractive people working there and Lure's bartenders, waitresses are all stunning with one difference, they are very attentive even when it's gets crowded and time allows will actually have a conversation with you. The waitresses and dancers wear gold beaded mini dresses reminiscent of those worn in the 60's. The crowd was a very good mix of people who didn't act as though they were too good for the room but freely mingled with each other unlike quite a few clubs and lounges in Vegas. A large number of these people seem like they belonged in a modeling catalog which can only help this place become bigger than it is. Because the problem Lure has is that they are competing with Tryst which has huge crowds on weekends. But last Saturday (their best day), Lure was crowded and nobody was leaving, when I left at 3:30am, it was still crowded. Nevertheless, I like this place very much and will go back when I'm Vegas. One downside is that, while they were very good, when the DJ's play Hip-Hop and dance floor is packed, stay with it, don't change it. Wynn has a gem here, so go and have fun....I did.

Pros: Staff, Decor, Clientele

Cons: DJ music selection

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A wonderful restaurant...Everything was outstanding. A great choice for an elegant evening in Vegas.

2
★★★★★

A wonderful restaurant...Everything was outstanding. A great choice for an elegant evening in Vegas.

Pros: Food, Decor, Service

Cons: Price

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Two things you should do at the Wynn: 1. Win money, and 2. spend it at Alex. That's what I did! and, What a memorable meal. Of course the food was fantastic, but so were all the things surrounding the meal, like the little purse stools, and the silverware and the plates. The service was top-notch too. What a shame a group of young people dressed in jeans came in to spoil the atmosphere. What happened to, "I'm sorry, we have a dress code"? Anyway, the wine pairings were perfection, and the dishes we enjoyed were out of this world. We will never forget our experience at Alex.

2
★★★★★

Two things you should do at the Wynn: 1. Win money, and 2. spend it at Alex. That's what I did! and, What a memorable meal. Of course the food was fantastic, but so were all the things surrounding the meal, like the little purse stools, and the silverware and the plates. The service was top-notch too. What a shame a group of young people dressed in jeans came in to spoil the atmosphere. What happened to, "I'm sorry, we have a dress code"? Anyway, the wine pairings were perfection, and the dishes we enjoyed were out of this world. We will never forget our experience at Alex.

Pros: Beautiful atmosphere, Thoughtful menu, Brilliant pairings

Cons: enforce dress code, expensive

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"Steve Wynn built this Belle Époque dining room just for French-trained American chef Alessandro Stratta, and even equipped it with a replica of the staircase from the film Hello Dolly." Right when you walk in you're on top of this staircase that overlooks an opulent and warm restaurant with ornately draped curtains and Christiofle silver on the tables. Talk about making a grand entrance! It's all impeccably presented with beautiful dishware and glassware by a professional staff. It's all down to the details at Alex's. I would absolutely recommend the tasting menu with wine pairing. Stratta's cuisine is an amalgam of France, Italy, and the Mediterranean where scents and ingredients are perfectly balanced with the fine wines and worth every cent. Overall, it's a diamond among the fine dining experiences -- food, wine, ambience, service. It has it all.

2
★★★★★

"Steve Wynn built this Belle Époque dining room just for French-trained American chef Alessandro Stratta, and even equipped it with a replica of the staircase from the film Hello Dolly." Right when you walk in you're on top of this staircase that overlooks an opulent and warm restaurant with ornately draped curtains and Christiofle silver on the tables. Talk about making a grand entrance! It's all impeccably presented with beautiful dishware and glassware by a professional staff. It's all down to the details at Alex's. I would absolutely recommend the tasting menu with wine pairing. Stratta's cuisine is an amalgam of France, Italy, and the Mediterranean where scents and ingredients are perfectly balanced with the fine wines and worth every cent. Overall, it's a diamond among the fine dining experiences -- food, wine, ambience, service. It has it all.

Pros: Ambience, Overall Quality

Cons: Pricy

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My husband and I celebrated our anniversary 1/27 at Alex. The service was flawless, food was unforgettable, wine pairing with all six courses was second to none. The atmosphere was comfortable and elegant. Each course had an outstanding presentation, I could hardly wait to see what was next. This should be at the top of the list for anyone dining in Las Vegas.

2
★★★★★

My husband and I celebrated our anniversary 1/27 at Alex. The service was flawless, food was unforgettable, wine pairing with all six courses was second to none. The atmosphere was comfortable and elegant. Each course had an outstanding presentation, I could hardly wait to see what was next. This should be at the top of the list for anyone dining in Las Vegas.

Pros: Delicious Food, Great service, Atmosphere

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I called on Friday to make a reservation for Monday. They said I didn't need a reservation because they aren't busy on Monday and they said they are open early in the evening. I arrived at 8:30 PM only to be informed that a "private party was in progress and they would not open until 10:00 PM. I checked back at 9:30 PM and they then updated their opening time to midnight. So, I paid for a limo and went there, only to be turned away. "Lure" did just what its name says--it enticed me, but didn't deliver the goods.

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★☆☆☆☆

I called on Friday to make a reservation for Monday. They said I didn't need a reservation because they aren't busy on Monday and they said they are open early in the evening. I arrived at 8:30 PM only to be informed that a "private party was in progress and they would not open until 10:00 PM. I checked back at 9:30 PM and they then updated their opening time to midnight. So, I paid for a limo and went there, only to be turned away. "Lure" did just what its name says--it enticed me, but didn't deliver the goods.

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This is the place to relax in an atmosphere that is more than beer bottles and bronco rides. It is chic and sexy, designed to be a romanitc setting for intimate talks or energetic dancing, and where friends can gather. See and be seen. Celebs drop in so that is fun too! Not pricey, so is affordable for the locals. Finally, a hip AND chic place with women in mind, and guys can feel romantic too without losing their macho.

2
★★★★★

This is the place to relax in an atmosphere that is more than beer bottles and bronco rides. It is chic and sexy, designed to be a romanitc setting for intimate talks or energetic dancing, and where friends can gather. See and be seen. Celebs drop in so that is fun too! Not pricey, so is affordable for the locals. Finally, a hip AND chic place with women in mind, and guys can feel romantic too without losing their macho.

Pros: Upscale, Chic, Fun

Cons: Bigger?

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Visited9/29. Unfortunated to be limited to a 5 star rating.Food excellent,presentations outstanding,service excellent,surroundings superb. Even though portions are small you will not leave hungry.The staff was most cordial and went out of there way to pronounce my name correctly.Notwithstanding the above if women can dress appropriately (quite fashionable for the most part)JACKETS FOR MEN SHOULD BE REQUIRED!!!!(AND KEPT ON!!!)

2
★★★★★

Visited9/29. Unfortunated to be limited to a 5 star rating.Food excellent,presentations outstanding,service excellent,surroundings superb. Even though portions are small you will not leave hungry.The staff was most cordial and went out of there way to pronounce my name correctly.Notwithstanding the above if women can dress appropriately (quite fashionable for the most part)JACKETS FOR MEN SHOULD BE REQUIRED!!!!(AND KEPT ON!!!)

Pros: IMPRESSIVE STAIRWELL, SILVERWARE APLENTY

Cons: BETTER DRESS CODE, LOUD PARTIES

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Alex at the Wynn is a beautiful restaurant. The 3-course menu is $110 per person. The staff is incredibly friendly and attentive. No attitude here. We had great conversations with our waiters and sommelier who were very warm and friendly. The Roasted Langoustines appetizer!! One issue, I tried to make a reservation a week before and was told they were fully committed. I tried again the day of and was able to get a 9:30, not the 10pm I had requested. Yet when we got there, there were plenty of tables. I hope that is fixed quickly because this fine restaurant should not be turning down reservation requests when there is room to accept. All in all, a fantastic dining experience complete with the little padded stool that is set beside the lady to rest her purse upon, much like Louis XV Restaurant at the Hotel De Paris, Monaco.

2
★★★★★

Alex at the Wynn is a beautiful restaurant. The 3-course menu is $110 per person. The staff is incredibly friendly and attentive. No attitude here. We had great conversations with our waiters and sommelier who were very warm and friendly. The Roasted Langoustines appetizer!! One issue, I tried to make a reservation a week before and was told they were fully committed. I tried again the day of and was able to get a 9:30, not the 10pm I had requested. Yet when we got there, there were plenty of tables. I hope that is fixed quickly because this fine restaurant should not be turning down reservation requests when there is room to accept. All in all, a fantastic dining experience complete with the little padded stool that is set beside the lady to rest her purse upon, much like Louis XV Restaurant at the Hotel De Paris, Monaco.

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That I saw Mr. Wynn dining here is probably a testimony to how Wynn Las Vegas feels about this restaurant (one of very many in the resort).

Service was impeccable (this has been open two weeks???), food was spectacular. Management was visible and attentive, wine advice was helpful and sound. You know it will be expensive when you walk in, but you're treated to a fantastic view of the inner courtyard pool area.

I had the filet, wonderful. Prices are expensive, but that's to be expected from a restaurant exclusive to suites-only VIP guests for breakfast and lunch (dinner is open to everyone). I just may have to reserve one of those rooms to experience breakfast here.

2
★★★★★

That I saw Mr. Wynn dining here is probably a testimony to how Wynn Las Vegas feels about this restaurant (one of very many in the resort).

Service was impeccable (this has been open two weeks???), food was spectacular. Management was visible and attentive, wine advice was helpful and sound. You know it will be expensive when you walk in, but you're treated to a fantastic view of the inner courtyard pool area.

I had the filet, wonderful. Prices are expensive, but that's to be expected from a restaurant exclusive to suites-only VIP guests for breakfast and lunch (dinner is open to everyone). I just may have to reserve one of those rooms to experience breakfast here.

Pros: Service, Food, Exclusivity

Cons: Cost, but expected.

 

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