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Come away from Las Vegas a winner with these sure bets for dining

  • COURTESY NOMAD RESTAURANT NoMad Restaurant’s spectacular fruits de mer shellfish platter with traditional accompaniments.

    COURTESY NOMAD RESTAURANT

    NoMad Restaurant’s spectacular fruits de mer shellfish platter with traditional accompaniments.

  • COURTESY MAXIMAL CONCEPTS
                                Mott 32 at the Venetian Resort serves the applewood-smoked and roasted Peking duck, carved tableside and served with thin, steamed pancakes and assorted fixings. Don’t forget to order in advance.

    COURTESY MAXIMAL CONCEPTS

    Mott 32 at the Venetian Resort serves the applewood-smoked and roasted Peking duck, carved tableside and served with thin, steamed pancakes and assorted fixings. Don’t forget to order in advance.

  • COURTESY ERIK KABIK
                                The main dining room is just one of the attractions of Mott 32 at the Venetian Resort.

    COURTESY ERIK KABIK

    The main dining room is just one of the attractions of Mott 32 at the Venetian Resort.

  • COURTESY BARBARA KRAFT
                                Lakeside at the Wynn Las Vegas serves Kauai’s sugarloaf pineapple upside-down cake with brown sugar toffee and coconut sorbet. It’s big enough to share and transport back to your hotel room for later.

    COURTESY BARBARA KRAFT

    Lakeside at the Wynn Las Vegas serves Kauai’s sugarloaf pineapple upside-down cake with brown sugar toffee and coconut sorbet. It’s big enough to share and transport back to your hotel room for later.

  • COURTESY JEFF GREEN
                                Lakeside at the Wynn Las Vegas serves fresh opakapaka flown in from Hawaii within 24 hours of being caught by Hana fishers and others across the state.

    COURTESY JEFF GREEN

    Lakeside at the Wynn Las Vegas serves fresh opakapaka flown in from Hawaii within 24 hours of being caught by Hana fishers and others across the state.

The “Ninth Island,” aka Las Vegas, always impresses with fun entertainment and memorable meals when my husband and I travel there for business events. Read more

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