Following another long day of cutting was a trip to Primarily Prime Rib - another fine dining establishment inside the South Coast Hotel and Casino. It is a pretty casual place but reservations are recommended, it can tend to fill up because it is a convenient place to grab a good meal in between gambling away your hard earned money.
As you can see it is a pretty place to eat a wonderful meal. We sat right by the water feature - ha ha, all that atmosphere! La Crema Pinot Noir made its way to our table and it was savored. Tasted great, it has always been consistently good.
So I had my choice of soup - Pea or French Onion. I went for the Pea Soup, it could be my years driving past Pea Soup Andersen's in Santa Nella. We would stop there as treat on the way home from horse shows, jackpots, you name it. Anyhow, it was very delicious, and I was satisfied.
I did it again! I ordered fish. You are probably thinking, "She is at Primarily Prime Rib, why didn't she order the Prime Rib?!" Well, you see I was browsing the menu and saw this: Sauteed Sea Bass with a sesame seed crust on a bed of stir-fried vegetables with light teriyaki broth - doesn't that sound amazing?! I thought so! I went for it and was glad I did. I want to say it was my favorite piece of fish of my entire Vegas trip, and I ate a lot of fish! I had a side of mashed potatoes that I never touched, I was just too full. Needless to say, no room for dessert.
Away from the hustle and bustle of the casino on the mezzanine is South Point’s Primarily Prime Rib. Catering to hearty appetites, the menu features four flavorful prime rib cuts, dry aged to ensure tenderness, seasoned and slowly roasted. Other dishes aim to please all palates, including comfort foods like chicken and dumplings and sophisticated creations such as Maple Glazed Salmon. Sip on a signature cocktail or order a glass of wine, sit back and relax! I hope your experience will be as good as mine! Two thumbs up!
Did you dine alone at all these places? If not, what did your dinner companion have? It would be fun to hear their choices as well. You have a wine palette I enjoy - especially the pinots. Truly enjoy your enthusiam for you meals.
The most enjoyable meal I've ever had in Vegas was at the Bellagio. The food wasn't overwhelming, but sitting on the patio overlooking the lake and fountains on a June night was a memorable experience.
The least enjoyable meal I ever had was at Emeril's restaurant at the MGM Grand. It cost a fortune, was no better than Red Lobster, and all meal long I had to watch obnoxious tourists stumble drunkenly just a few feet from my table. Not exactly what you want when you're paying a huge amount for your meal.
And how in that case to act?
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