Travel Blog: Eating our way through Las Vegas

Yeah, yeah, yeah, I haven't blogged in forever. I know. Twitter and Instagram are so much easier for instant blogging than Google's Blogger, which in 2019 still doesn't have a worthwhile mobile app, but that's a different issue.

Anyway, I didn't blog anything about our terrific trip to Portland earlier this year, but I figured I'd do something about our quick Vegas getaway, which was supposed to be a camping trip to the west coast, but life interfered and our plans had to change for various reasons, so... Vegas, baby.

The absolute highlight of our trip was Eataly, the new Italian market in the renovated Park MGM hotel. It's got a couple of sit-down restaurants, but it's mostly a bunch of lunch-counter market vendors selling a range of pizzas, pastas, sandwiches, as well as some fancier things like fish and meat. There's lots and lots of Italian wine and liqueurs if that appeals to you as well.

We were staying at the south end of the Strip, and so Eataly was very close by and we ended up going there a lot. Here's some of the amazing food we had.



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Other good food was found at Castle Fries at Excalibur, Bruxie's, the new Crack Shack, Mon Ami Gabi, and a new teppanyaki place called Chosun. All in all, great food and a fun trip.

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