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    Default Switch @ The Wynn - Las Vegas

    My wife an I are dining there next week. Has anyone been there, and if so how would you describe the atmosphere? Fine dining or something "lesser"

    Ironically enough we will be enjoying the vegan menu, even though it is primarily a steakhouse.
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    Hopefully you go to the one at encore, you might be walking around wynn a while looking for it.

    I can not comment on the vegan menu, but the steaks are ok (8 oz new zealand kobe ny strip served blue rare). Overall, I would not say it is fine dining because in some cases, they are not able to serve you from all sides of the table, casual fine dining at best. If you are easily distraced, like me, the decor is fun to look at and watch as it "switches."
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    That's good to know. The website does not really specify on which resort property it resides. Neither existed the last time I was in Vegas
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    I have been there once. Great food, great atmosphere but more contemporary then anything. If you would like a really fine dining experience, my personal favorite is Nero's in Caesars Palace. Best service, best atmosphere, best everything in my opinion. A close second is Cut in Palazzo. A lot of my clients also enjoy Prime in the Bellagio.
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    I would say go to sw or wing lei over cut. They are both right there on the wynn properties. Plus all wynn restaurants are vegan friendly, as I am sure you know (I just found that out but I have no interest in being a vegan).

    I would also recommend heading down to aria- sage is a farm to table restaurant, very fresh, very good. I am pretty sure jean georges offers some vegan friendly courses.

    As marc mentioned, nero's is good, but if you are in that area for dinner, go to picasso at bellagio or guy savoy at caesars. If you happen to be down that way for lunch, head across the street to mon ami gabi at paris for lunch!
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    at encore, i like botero better than switch ..
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    I would not go to Switch if you're looking for fine dining. The "switch" is made every 20 min or so and honestly gets annoying after the first couple. Wait staff is average at best and the food is so-so. The only thing I enjoyed when we ate there was the lobster bisque. I actually liked Carnevino over in the Palazzo much more.
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