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No-Name Pizza Place in The Cosmo

This info is directly from my friend who is a Cosmo employee...

Never had a name and there are no signs directing people to it. Take the east side escalators to the third floor and it is directly in front of you, between Blue Ribbon & Jaleo. It's a short hallway with a lot of albums on the walls.

Why no name? It's the Food & Beverage director's "baby" and that's how he wants it I guess. One of the main pizza makers is a Greek guy from Queens. Good pizza but my friend and I (both native NYers, Queens specifically) think Rocco's off the strip is better.

Nov 18, 2011
FoodieCoupleLV in Las Vegas

Chef and Wine Professional need advice on MUST do's for my first trip to Vegas

That's the week a lot of restaurants close for their yearly "spring cleaning" if you will. I also think it's a sort of break for the staff before the holiday season. My birthday is December 13th...instead of proposing to me at Bouchon last year like my husband had planned (the location of our first date), he had to propose at Joel Robuchon (poor me I know). Anyway, Joel Robuchon should be open that week if you want to check it out.

Nov 18, 2011
FoodieCoupleLV in Las Vegas

Chef and Wine Professional need advice on MUST do's for my first trip to Vegas

My husband and I are locals. We live 4 miles east of the strip and have tried many of the fine dining options Vegas has to offer. You will be hard pressed to find a restaurant without some jeans and t-shirt wearing diners. My husband proposed to me at Joel Robuchon last December...12 course meal over $1000 at the Mansion and there was still a table of very casually dressed people. Anywhoo, these are our favorites --

Picasso
Joel Robuchon
Guy Savoy -- EXCELLENT service

Aureole was "meh" at best

Nov 06, 2011
FoodieCoupleLV in Las Vegas