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Top Spots To Eat Before The Show In Las Vegas

September 25, 2013 5:00 AM

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When you attend a stage production in Las Vegas, you want to make an entire evening out of it. Knowing where to eat before the big show is definitely an important bit of knowledge to hold. Here we discuss the top five of those delectable locations that are just perfect for those pre-show munchies.

FiammaFiamma Trattoria and Bar
MGM Grand Hotel and Casino
3799 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 891-7600
www.mgmgrand.com/restaurants/fiamma-italian-restaurant-bar
Authentic Italian cuisine in an intimate setting is what sets Fiamma apart from the rest of the so-called “Italian” restaurants on the Strip. This elegant taste of Italy, set close to the MGM Grand’s KA Theater, offers an extensive wine list to complement dishes including gnocchi, fried calamari and a tender short rib ravioli. Start off your theatrical experience at this five star dining experience before heading over to the most talked about show on the Strip.
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Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
4455 Paradise Road
Las Vegas, NV 89169
(702) 693-5000
www.hardrockhotel.com/las-vegas-restaurants/pink-taco
Before rocking out with some of the Hard Rock’s highly sought-after talent, you will want to stop into Pink Taco. Looking past its colorful name, Pink Taco is the perfect stop off before enjoying a night of music and entertainment. Indulge in some unique flavors including the bacon-wrapped jalapeños and churrasco chicken, steak and shrimp skewers or go more traditional with flavorful taquitos and carne asada. Top everything off with a tall margarita for the ultimate experience at Pink Taco.RelatedBest Margaritas in Las Vegas

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Mandalay Bay Hotel and Resort
3950 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 693-8300
www.citizenslasvegas.com
Right down the hall from Mandalay Bay’s Event Center is Citizens. On the outside, it looks to be no more than a quick-eats deli, but the chef is delighted to surprise with an array of unexpected flavors and dishes. Massive sandwiches and juicy burgers cooked to perfection round off a menu of comfort foods and familiar flavors. If the wait to sit down and dine is too long, guests have the option to order at the front counter for convenient and just as flavorful to-go dining. Its 24-hour dining also makes it the ideal place to stop after the show is over.

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Caesars Palace
3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 785-6628

www.caesarspalace.com/restaurants/nobu
This world class restaurant is known for being a celebrity hangout, so it only stands to reason that you will be able to find unbeatable flavors and a dining experience to die for. Nobu provides guests with authentic Japanese cuisine, featuring dishes like crispy rice with tuna, king crab, black cod miso and umami sea bass. Not into seafood? Then chow down on Nobu’s expertly cooked beef tenderloin or tofu. Set in very close proximity to Caesars Palace’s Colosseum, Nobu is the ideal pre-show eatery that all should indulge in.

Circo
Bellagio
3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 693-8865

www.bellagio.com/restaurants/circo
Unlike many restaurants on the Strip, Circo caters the theater-going crowd specifically with a pre-show menu. This miniature menu offers three selections – an appetizer, an entree and a dessert. Enjoy a selection of buffalo mozzarella or fritto misto, followed up your selection of ravioli, salmon or chicken. This easy-to-choose menu will keep you from spending the bulk of your time searching for the right cuisine without missing out on the expert flavors that Circo’s chef is able to achieve.

Mark is a steady content writer to several video game websites including http://www.explosion.com and http://www.thegamerstudio.com. Mark also ghostwrites for VIP businesses in his current home town of Las Vegas, NV. You can find the bulk of his pieces at Examiner.com.

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