Las Vegas is famed for its vibrant nightlife and offers a wealth of spots to go to celebrate new and old love. The Strip is home to an array of themed hotels with elaborate displays such as water shows, fountain displays, and more. The city also hosts a wealth of restaurants serving outstanding cuisine from casual fare to fine dining experiences.
1.BBD’s (Beers, Burgers, Desserts)
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BBD’s (Beers, Burgers, Desserts) is a new burger joint that stands out among the pack for being the only one that makes all three cooking styles of burger. The eatery presents a unique approach to a classic American burger with three ways of cooking the patties, namely grilled over wood and charcoal, hot and sloppy off the griddle with all the fixings and a secret sauce, and steamed burger, with an infused onion flavor. All ingredients, toppings, buns, and salads are freshly prepared and made in-house from locally sourced salads and vegetables to homemade sauces and spices. In addition to inspired burgers and other all-American fare such as BBQ Swine Belly, Confit Chicken Wings, and Cheeseburger Nachos, BBD’s also serves mouthwatering desserts – think Warm Brownie Batter Cake and Gooey Cinnabomb with Coffee Ice Cream, along with an excellent selection of craft beers with 25 direct draw draught brews and over 40 bottled labels, Whiskey and Bourbon on draught, and signature cocktails.
2411 W Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89102, Phone: 702-221-6513
2.The Still Crafts, Drafts & Eats
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Located in the heart of the iconic Mirage Hotel and Casino, Still Crafts, Drafts & Eats is a stylish sports bar that serves a variety of craft beer on tap and by the bottle, casual wines, and handcrafted cocktails, along with award-winning American bites cooked inside an Airstream trailer. A sports junk haven and the ultimate man cave, the 8,000 square-foot bar and eatery feature 27 large screen televisions, a bustling center bar which features over 50 craft beers, and a refurbished Airstream trailer called Bud Bud’s that boasts a fully-functioning kitchen that produces acclaimed gourmet food. Chef Brian Massie creates dishes like fish tacos of fresh grilled Mahi Mahi with Cholula aioli, avocado and sweet cabbage slaw, carne asada tacos with the Mexican slaw, and chicken tacos with pineapple slaw. Still Crafts, Drafts & Eats is open for dinner seven days a week, and lunch Friday through Sunday.
3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, Phone: 702-692-8455
3.Golden Steer Steakhouse
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Located just off the fabulous Las Vegas Strip, the Golden Steer Steakhouse is Las Vegas' oldest and best-loved steakhouse, having served the community of Sin City for more than 60 years. Boasting an interior that harkens back to a bygone era with red leather banquettes, Wild West artworks, dark wood accents, and dim lighting, the venerable restaurant serves a menu of classic steakhouse fare from prime steaks and burgers to fresh seafood and salads. Signature favorites include the filet mignon, NY Strip, 24-ounce porterhouse and three sizes of prime rib, fresh seafood dishes with a nod to New England seafood, such as Rhode Island-style crab cakes, and favorite sides like cheesy garlic bread, creamed corn and spinach, onion rings. The cuisine is accompanied by an extensive selection of fine wines, craft beers on tap and by the bottle, and classic cocktails. The Golden Steer Steakhouse is open for dinner only, seven nights a week.
308 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102, Phone: 702-384-4470
4.Eatt Gourmet Bistro
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Eatt Gourmet Bistro brings healthy bites to Sin City in the form of gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free and organic dishes served in a friendly and healthy dining atmosphere. Located a short drive northwest of The Strip, EATT Gourmet Bistro features a casual, upbeat dining space with a contemporary garden vibe, bright décor, community seating and a small, outdoor patio. Helmed by Executive chef Yuri Szarzewski, the restaurant serves a menu of delicious and health-conscience cuisine with appetizers like a goat cheese tartine with crystalized honey chips served over a French baguette, and entrées of duck breast with sweet potato and corn puree, seasonal fruit, verbena and popcorn, and grilled chicken breast served with French ratatouille and zucchini puree. Desserts are just as good- think a macha tea biscuit with coconut mousse and passion fruit caramel and topped with coconut shavings and orchid flower. Eatt Gourmet Bistro is open for lunch and dinner, Monday through Saturday.
7865 W Sahara Ave #104, Las Vegas, NV 89117, Phone: 702-608-5233
© Public House
Located in Restaurant Row at The Venetian and Palazzo, Las Vegas’ original Public House is a classic tavern with modern accents and a Prohibition-era type atmosphere in which to enjoy a wealth of libations. The laid-back speakeasy-style bar serves beer menu for brew snobs with over 200 premier ales, IPAs, lagers, and stouts and 24 taps flowing with frothy lagers, rare pilsners, and oak barrel-housed cask beers, with an on-site certified cicerone on hand for advising what’s best to sip. Public House also offers a casual dining experience for whiskey, scotch, beer and wine connoisseurs with a menu filled with casual cuisine prepared from fresh and seasonal ingredients and served in an elegant and sophisticated ambiance.
3355 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109, Phone: 702-407-5310
6.Pink Box Doughnuts
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Located in the Summerhill Plaza Strip Mall, Pink Box Doughnuts is just as the name says – all about doughnuts! Massively popular Pink Box Doughnuts sells traditional favorites alongside spectacular creations like the Fat Elvis, a peanut butter-filled pastry topped with chocolate and a banana slice, a chocolate doughnut topped with Cocoa Pebbles, and the signature Chipotle Caramel Doughnut, which towers with caramel and chipotle. Boasting three locations around the city, Pink Box Doughnuts is open 24 hours, seven days a week and offers eat-in and takeaway options, as well as catering services.
7531 W Lake Mead Blvd #110, Las Vegas, NV 89128, Phone: 702-478-7465
7.Yardbird Southern Table & Bar
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Located in The Grand Canal Shoppes of the Venetian, Yardbird Southern Table & Bar is a traditional Southern eatery with themed décor that presents a modern take on Southern comfort cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere. Helmed by award-winning restaurateur John Kunkel, the restaurant prides itself on being a ‘house of worship to farm-fresh ingredients, classic Southern cooking, culture, and hospitality’ serving a menu of shared plates, critically acclaimed fried chicken, and craft cocktails. Open for lunch on weekdays, supper seven days a week and weekend brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, the popular Las Vegas outpost offers the freshest, most inventive takes on regional Southern fare in a relaxed and laid-back ambiance.
3355 S Las Vegas Blvd #107, Las Vegas, NV 89109, Phone: 702-297-6541
© The Barrymore
The Barrymore is a hidden gem just off the famous Strip that celebrates Las Vegas’ swinging history. Located off the Las Vegas Strip in the boutique Royal Resort Hotel, the acclaimed restaurant features a handsome and elegantly furnished dining room with plush décor and movie-reel-lined ceilings and serves a menu of classic dishes with a modern and contemporary twist accompanied by an award-winning wine selection and a rounded signature cocktail menu. The restaurant offers Industry Night specials on Monday and Wednesday nights and hosts an array of performers and a Happy Hours in the beautifully appointed lounge that provides classic Vegas dining experience. The Barrymore is open for dinner, seven nights a week.
99 Convention Center Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89109, Phone: 702-407-5303
9.Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro
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Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro is an award-winning steakhouse set in The Grand Canal Shoppes of the Venetian that blends the old with the new in an elegant and refined atmosphere. The Las Vegas steakhouse features stylish interiors with a plush lounge, a cheese and charcuterie bar with more than 60 farmhouse and artisanal cheeses from around the world, and an iced seafood bar. The menu boasts an array of both wet- and dry-aged steaks, fresh seafood, and artisan salads accompanied by a Wine Spectator acclaimed list of more than 400 varieties of French and California selections by the bottle and over 60 wines by the glass. Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro also has an outdoor patio with spectacular views of the Las Vegas Strip for unique alfresco dining, along with private dining and banquet facilities.
3325 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, Phone: 702-607-6333
10.Top of the World Restaurant
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Perched 844 feet above the bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip in the Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower, the award-winning Top of the World Restaurant offers an unparalleled dining experience. Based on the 106th floor of Stratosphere Tower, the rotating New American restaurant revolves 360 degrees every 80 minutes offering guests breathtaking views of the bright lights of Las Vegas and its sprawling surrounds. The renowned restaurant boasts an old school, classy ambiance with rich, deep burgundy carpeting, and serves an inspired menu of re-imagined classics constructed around fresh seafood, prime-cut steaks, and decadent specialties. Guests can choose various tasting menu options and private dining with dedicated service staff and bartender, a VIP entrance to the tower, and complimentary access to the observation decks. Top of the World Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, seven days a week.
2000 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104, Phone: 702-380-7777
Named after a popular female name in Japan, Mizumi is an award-winning Japanese restaurant with a buzzing sushi bar, dynamic table demonstrations and quiet, romantic tables overlooking a shimmering 90-foot waterfall. Located in the elegant Wynn Las Vegas Hotel, the restaurant has a main dining room with beautiful views of the artfully illuminated Tryst lagoon, and a second dining space that features open robatayaki and teppanyaki grills, and a vibrant sushi bar. Rising star chef Devin Hashimoto presents a menu of innovative Japanese cuisine, including ocean-fresh sushi, sashimi, robatayaki, teppanyaki, along with multi-course feasts with everything from miso soup to green-tea ice cream. Mizumi is open for dinner, seven nights a week.
3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, Phone: 702-770-3320
© Hugo's Cellar
Synonymous with romantic dining with exquisite service, Hugo's Cellar is a classic Las Vegas dining establishment that promises a night like no other. Set inside the Four Queens Hotel and Casino in Downtown Las Vegas, the renowned Hugo’s Cellar offers an elite dining experience with award-winning cuisine and unparalleled hospitality and service. Boasting exposed brick walls, plush, comfortable booths, a large fireplace, and elegance décor, and long-stemmed roses for every lady upon arrival, Hugo’s Cellar is the ideal arena for a romantic date. The menu features classic dishes such as Beef Wellington, Rack of Lamb, Lobster for Two, and The Cellar's Champion Chateaubriand, accompanied by an acclaimed wine list of fine wines from around the world, artisan cocktails, and imported spirits. Hugo's Cellar is open for dinner, seven nights a week.
202 Fremont Street Experience, Las Vegas, NV 89101, Phone: 702-385-4011
13.Restaurant Guy Savoy
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Set in the Augustus Tower of Caesars Palace, Restaurant Guy Savoy is the American equivalent of eponymous Guy Savoy in Paris and the famed Michelin-star chef’s only American venture. A quiet oasis away from the bustling crowds of the casino floor, the elegant restaurant offers a five-star dining experience with an award-winning menu and wine list and impeccable service to match. Designed to emulate the menu of his Paris restaurant, the Restaurant Guy Savoy Caesars Palace menu boasts complex but comforting and delicious cuisine prepared with ultra-high-quality ingredients and the latest culinary techniques. Signature dishes include starters like the soupe d'artichaut à la truffle Noire, entrées such as brioche feuillellée aux champignons et truffles, and unrivaled desserts as the Terrine de Pamplemousse that quite literally melts in the mouth. The wine list boasts 1,700 bottles, including many older and rare vintages that are explained and recommended by an expert sommelier throughout the evening. The restaurant's Cognac Lounge is ideal for a post-dinner snifter. Restaurant Guy Savoy is open for dinner only, Wednesday through Sunday.
3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, Phone: 702-731-7286
14.Michael’s Gourmet Room
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Located in the South Point Hotel Casino & Spa, Michael's Gourmet Room is an intimate, 50-seat gourmet dining establishment that has been hailed as one of the finest restaurants in all of Las Vegas for the last 30 years. The award-winning restaurant is renowned for its outstanding cuisine and impressive wine list, impeccable service, and gracious hospitality, which is complemented by plush décor with red-velvet booths and an elegant ambiance. Exuding old Vegas glamour at its best, Michael’s serves an old-school menu featuring forgotten gems such as escargot, chateaubriand for two, veal saltimbocca, real Dover Sole, and the signature intermezzo sorbet with Dom Perignon champagne. This is the perfect spot for a romantic date or celebration in style. Michael's Gourmet Room is open for dinner only, seven nights a week.
9777 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89183, Phone: 702-796-7111
© Marché Bacchus
Marché Bacchus is an upscale French bistro that serves classic and contemporary cuisine in an inviting and relaxed setting. Overlooking a tranquil lake in Summerlin, the establishment pairs a classy French bistro with a wine shop that sells a variety of French and imported wines. Boasting an elegant dining room and an outdoor patio with lake views for romantic alfresco dining, Marché Bacchus serves a menu of both traditional and contemporary French cuisine with prime meat and fresh seafood, locally sourced organic salads and vegetables, homemade soups and house-made sauces, and melt-in-your-mouth desserts. The cuisine is paired with an extensive list of wines from around the world, and live entertainment is provided in the evenings. Marché Bacchus is open for lunch and dinner, seven days a week.
2620 Regatta Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89128, Phone: 702-804-8008
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16.Pamplemousse Le Restaurant
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Pamplemousse Le Restaurant is a landmark Vegas dining establishment that has been serving traditional French Provençal fare in an elegant setting since 1976. Set in a quaint pink stucco building on East Sahara Avenue just a few blocks from the Strip, Pamplemousse is the perfect location for a romantic dinner in an intimate candlelit setting with classical music. Large mirrors reflect the flickering candlelight and small decorative lamps and dark wood support beams, an antique fireplace, and a collection of black and white photos set the scene and create an old-school French cabin atmosphere. The menu features authentic French fare such as Foie Gras and Escargots Bourguignon accompanied by an excellent selection of international wines and handcrafted cocktails. Pamplemousse Le Restaurant is open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday.
400 E Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89104, Phone: 702-733-2066
17.Eiffel Tower Restaurant
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Surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows that embrace spectacular views of the bright lights and stunning water show of the Strip from the 11th floor of Paris Las Vegas' Eiffel Tower, the Eiffel Tower Restaurant is an elevated French restaurant that offers one of the most romantic, fine dining spots in Las Vegas. Designed to evoke the same romantic feeling of being at the famous landmark on Paris, the restaurant exudes an elegant and relaxed ambiance and serves a menu of critically acclaimed cuisine and fine wines which can be enjoyed in cozy booths or window-side banquettes. Culinary gems on the menu include Foie Gras Torchon with duck prosciutto and fig, beef wellington with sauteed snap peas, Rossini-style filet mignon in a rich truffle sauce, and roast rack of lamb in a tarragon jus. The Eiffel Tower Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, seven days a week.
3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, Phone: 702-948-6937
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18.Piero's Italian Cuisine
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Piero’s Italian Cuisine is a retro-styled Vegas mainstay that has been serving patrons for over 30 years. Cozy leather booths, low lighting, and an attitude-infused ambiance set the scene for reliving the days of the Rat Pack at the vintage Las Vegas institution, which has seen many celebrities over the years, including two US presidents. The award-winning menu hasn’t changed since the restaurant opened and features a variety of traditional Italian cuisine that has become legendary, such as the La Zuppa di Pesce, the Scaloppine Milanese, and the Linguine All'Aragosta. The mouthwatering cuisine is accompanied by an outstanding wine list that boasts more than 1,900 wines and another 10,000 bottles from around the world.
355 Convention Center Dr, Las Vegas, NV, 89109, Phone: 702-369-2305
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Located in the luxurious Bellagio Hotel and Casino, Le Cirque is a multi-award-winning restaurant that delivers exquisite French cuisine in an intimate, romantic setting. Boasting an elegant lakeside setting and an opulent Adam D. Tihany-designed circus-themed dining room sets the stage for an inimitable French menu and coveted wine list presented with impeccable service. The One Michelin Star restaurant serves a menu of classic and contemporary French cuisine with signature dishes such as lobster salad with black truffle dressing, gazpacho with Dungeness crab, and Ahi tuna tartar with a quail egg, cucumber, and caviar crème Fraiche. An impressive wine list features globally-inspired wines to pair with each dish, as well as handcrafted cocktails and imported spirits. Le Cirque is open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday.
3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, Phone: 702-693-8100
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20.The Italian American Club
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The Italian American Club is a community club that has been a hub of Italian-American community in Las Vegas for more than 50 years. The club features a family-friendly restaurant with three dining rooms and full-service bar, serving dinner Wednesday through Sunday, along with live entertainment, music, banquets, and Bocce tournaments at the onsite professional Bocce ball courts throughout the week. The old-timey supper club serves a menu of traditional Italian fare such as handmade pasta and house-made sauces, wood-fired pizza, entrées of prime meats and fresh seafood, fresh salads and mouthwatering desserts. The full-service bar offers an impressive list of Italian and global wines, signature cocktails, imported spirits, and craft beers.
2333 E Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89104, Phone: 702-457-3866
21.Ohlala French Bistro
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Ohlala French Bistro is a cozy bistro that serves a menu of traditional French cuisine in an elegant setting with beautiful chandeliers and soft lighting. Located in an unassuming strip mall in the suburbs of Las Vegas, the restaurant boasts an intimate, stylish interior that creates a fitting backdrop for the delectable menu which features a wide selection of sharing plates, entrées, delectable desserts and an impressive wine list. Signature dishes include charcuterie platters for sharing, escargots, French onion soup, baked Brie cheese, pan seared sole, flank steak with red wine and shallot sauce, roasted Cornish hen, and rack of lamb. Ohlala French Bistro is open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday and brunch on Sundays.
2120 N Rampart Blvd #150, Las Vegas, NV 89128, Phone: 702-222-3522
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22.Twist by Pierre Gagnaire
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Located on the 23rd floor of the opulent Mandarin Oriental Hotel on The Strip, Twist by Pierre Gagnaire is an acclaimed signature restaurant that offers an unrivaled fine dining experience presented by Michelin starred Chef Pierre Gagnaire. Owner of several highly-acclaimed restaurants around the world, Chef Gagnaire is one of the most celebrated chefs in the world today and presents a groundbreaking menu of classic French cuisine with a contemporary edge. The restaurant features floor-to-ceiling windows that embrace breathtaking views of the Strip, and a dramatic glass staircase leading up to a suspended wine loft overlooking the restaurant below. One of the restaurant’s most striking features is the lighting, which boasts more than 300 gold light globes designed to look as if they’re floating in the air across the ceiling, creating an other-worldly ambiance in which to savor the exceptional cuisine and fine wines.
3752 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89158, Phone: 702-590-8888
Overlooking the spectacular Bellagio Fountains from the Bellagio Hotel and Casino, Picasso is an acclaimed two Michelin star restaurant run by award-winning chef Julian Serrano that offers a signature Bellagio fine dining experience. Celebrating two beloved sons of Spain, the restaurant is graced with famous paintings and charming ceramic pieces by Pablo Picasso, which creates the perfect backdrop for the exceptional menu of French and Spanish-influenced cuisine presented by Chef Julian Serrano. The cuisine is paired with more than 1,500 selections of fine wines from the finest European vineyards, and guests can dine on the outdoor patio which overlooks the romantic artistry of the Fountains of Bellagio and offers cool misters or heat lamps in the changing seasons. Picasso is open for dinner Wednesday through Monday.
3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, Phone: 702-693-8865
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24.Fellini's Ristorante Italiano
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Fellini's Ristorante Italiano at the Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower offers a romantic dining experience with authentic Italian cuisine and an intimate ambiance with beautiful views. Hailed as being one of the most romantic restaurants in the city, Fellini's Ristorante Italiano serves a mouthwatering menu of traditional Italian cuisine prepared from classic and contemporary recipes, along with innovative signature creations from all regions of Italy. Signature entrées include Osso Bucco Milanese served with risotto Milanese, Veal Chop Valdoastana, Eggplant Parmigiana, and North Atlantic Salmon in a lemon caper sauce. Fellini's Ristorante Italiano is open for dinner only, seven nights a week.
2000 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104, Phone: 702-383-4859
25 Best Places to Visit in Las Vegas on a Date
- BBD’s (Beers, Burgers, Desserts), Photo: BBD’s (Beers, Burgers, Desserts)
- The Still Crafts, Drafts & Eats, Photo: The Still Crafts, Drafts & Eats
- Golden Steer Steakhouse, Photo: Golden Steer Steakhouse
- Eatt Gourmet Bistro, Photo: Eatt Gourmet Bistro
- Public House, Photo: Public House
- Pink Box Doughnuts, Photo: Pink Box Doughnuts
- Yardbird Southern Table & Bar, Photo: Yardbird Southern Table & Bar
- The Barrymore, Photo: The Barrymore
- Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro, Photo: Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro
- Top of the World Restaurant, Photo: Courtesy of st_matty - Fotolia.com
- Mizumi, Photo: Mizumi
- Hugo's Cellar, Photo: Hugo's Cellar
- Restaurant Guy Savoy, Photo: Restaurant Guy Savoy
- Michael’s Gourmet Room, Photo: Courtesy of eskstock - Fotolia.com
- Marché Bacchus, Photo: Marché Bacchus
- Pamplemousse Le Restaurant, Photo: Courtesy of weyo - Fotolia.com
- Eiffel Tower Restaurant, Photo: Eiffel Tower Restaurant
- Piero's Italian Cuisine, Photo: Piero's Italian Cuisine
- Le Cirque, Photo: Le Cirque
- The Italian American Club, Photo: The Italian American Club
- Ohlala French Bistro, Photo: Ohlala French Bistro
- Twist by Pierre Gagnaire, Photo: Twist by Pierre Gagnaire
- Picasso, Photo: Picasso
- Fellini's Ristorante Italiano, Photo: Fellini's Ristorante Italiano
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