At La Grenouille in New York City:
…the Dover sole — filleted into four, plump slabs of divine seafood, garnished with a dab of mustard sauce on the side — is $48.
At Eiffel Tower Restaurant in Las Vegas (Nevada, not New Mexico):
…..the Dover sole — filleted into four, plump slabs of divine seafood, garnished with a piquant lemon sauce — is $69.
At La Grenouille, you have those flowers (and 50 years of tradition); at ETR, you have that view…..
You make the call!
3 thoughts on “Who Says We’re Not the Most Expensive Restaurant City in America?”
wow, that’s an old pic – no city center!
Having visited Vegas a number of times, and just returned from NYC, I think that Vegas on the whole is the more expensive city for dining. On the other hand, hotel rooms in LV are cheap as chips, and homes are still within reach of the average person. Want to own a car in Manhattan? Good luck with that. Your monthly parking spot will cost the same as your mortgage payment in LV.
Food in Las Vegas is getting a little too pricey, but with what I save on hotel costs for a week in Vegas I can have 2 more fantastic meals during my trip.
I like what you are doing. I cant say I agree with everything…but most of it. I will be back
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