Eat and shop.
So on Saturday — our last day in Vegas — we decided to do both.
We had lists of recommendations of restaurants to try, from Otto Enoteca Pizzeria at the Venetian to (winner of my favorite restaurant name) Beijing Noodle No. 9 at Caesar’s Palace. We wanted to try them all — trust us, if we could’ve, we would’ve — but we settled on the ones that 1) had reservations when we were hungry and 2) didn’t require us to wear anything nice.
So after a gourmet lunch at Todd English’s Olives at the Bellagio, we crossed off another thing on our list: shopping at the Las Vegas Premium Outlets North, easily one of the best outlet malls in the area.
And, of course, we ended the day with food, this time at the Wicked Spoon Buffet at the new Cosmopolitan.
I’m still not hungry.
Here’s what our final day looked like:
Todd English's Olives
We had a late start to Saturday, so our first meal was really lunch. We made reservations — per our friend's boss, Alex — at Todd English's Olives in the luxurious Bellagio. This restaurant features Mediterranean-style cuisine and specializes in house-made pastas, steaks, rotisserie dishes and brick-oven flatbreads. It's also got an extensive wine list.