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Dining here is more like an intercontinental feast than a buffet. This buffet is more upscale than the average all-you-can eat buffet with sophisticated ambiance. Tastes from Italy, Japan, France, Mexico and America abound, and the freshest seafood and carved items are plentiful. Some of the standouts are the king crab legs, beef Wellington, pastas and sushi. The plethora of desserts are reason enough to go to the buffet. The Buffet restaurant remains open for breakfast, lunch and dinner throughout the week.
This casual dining venue located in the Bellagio, adjacent to the Baccarat Bar, is designed by Tony Chi and has a marble floor that is etched with the noodle inspired designs. Living up to its name, Noodles serves an array of traditional noodle dishes from Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam. Renowned chef, Patrick Lee has also incorporated authentic Hong Kong style barbecue dishes and several delicious dim-sum items in the menu. A meal at this chic and elegant restaurant is perfect for a celebration with the family.
As the name suggests, Bauman Rare Books houses books and documents that are hard to find and valuable. A first edition of Ulysses by James Joyce and other noted volumes have been found at this marvelous bookstore. Located in The Shoppes at the Palazzo, it features true collectibles. If you are an avid reader or a book lover then this store is a must-visit for you. Even historic artifacts like a military document signed by Emperor Napoleon are housed here.
Want your picture taken with a polar bear? Make it happen at the Everything Coca-Cola Store, where you can snap a photo of you with the famous bear that adorns Coca-Cola cans around the world. Browse the selection of themed merchandise that includes clothes, accessories, and home decor items. You'll have an opportunity to sample Coca-Cola products from around the world as well as floats made with various flavors of soda.
Life is candy-coated at this four-story factory, where you can not only feast on the iconic candies, but also enjoy a 3D movie (Lost My "M" in Vegas) and order your own custom-printed and custom-colored M&M's! These personalized treats make a unique Las Vegas gift for someone back home. M&M's World is, of course, a very child-friendly attraction just beyond the main portion of The Strip. If you're coming to Vegas with kids, this is a stop worth making.
This place calls itself the "World's Largest Gambling Superstore." Everything for the serious collector or the casual at-home player can be found here. Slot machines, both antique and contemporary, are a large part of the inventory. The classic machines carry a hefty price tag. It's also fun to peruse the stock of obsolete gaming chips from casinos all over the world. The staff can make personalized chips for your Saturday night poker game. Gambling books are also plentiful. If it pertains to gaming, this store has it.
Those swinging by Pop's Philly Cheesesteaks expecting to find a friendly old grandpa figure will be disappointed. However, the mouthwatering cheesesteaks will more than make up for any disappointment. Pop's is an acronym for Pride Of Philly steaks. The customers came up with the name after the establishment opened in 1993, and it stuck. Locals know that Pop's not only serves up amazing cheesesteak sandwiches, but also prides itself on customer service. Sandwiches are made to order with fresh ingredients and are customizable. If a customer wants something not on the menu, all they have to do is ask. If Pop's has the ingredients they will make it.
Silver Post USA has a great variety of items made by Native Americans, including jewelry, pottery, and artifacts. 45 artists from 16 Native American tribes contribute their works to this 4000-square-foot (372-square-meter) store. You'll be able to find items like horse hair pottery, White Buffalo turquoise, and Boulder Turquoise. These types of turquoise, as well as most of the silver used in the jewelry comes from the state of Nevada. If you're looking for truly local souvenirs, you'll find what you're looking for here, along with items from well-known brands like Minnetonka and Annie Oakley.
Bass Pro Shops has got you covered for all of your hunting and fishing needs. Whether you're looking for apparel, fishing poles, camping gear or firearms, you'll find what you're looking for here with the help of one of the friendly employees. In true Las Vegas style, this store has a 40,000-gallon (151,417-liter) freshwater aquarium that features local fish. Spend the day here taking advantage of the indoor archery range, admiring the life-like wildlife displays, and checking out the live duck habitat.
At Strip-n-Dip Chicken, you'll never be bored with the options they offer. Although the menu is simple, consisting of chicken, sides, and sauces, they know how to spice things up. You can get your chicken fried, grilled, or baked and pair it with the side of your choice. The mac and cheese is the perfect comfort food companion to your order of chicken. If you're feeling adventurous, try your chicken with one of their sauces, like the wasabi cream, sweet chili, or Teriyaki.
Whether you're there to shop or eat lunch, Zaytoon Market & Restaurant has a lot to offer. Explore the store which sells Middle Eastern spices and other specialty goods. Get some inspiration for cooking your own delicacies at home from the restaurant, which serves all kinds of kebabs, salads, and sandwiches. The chicken kebab is spectacular and comes with a side of Persian-style rice.
The first Melting Pot was opened in 1975 and has expanded into more than 100 locations across the US. The menu offers cheese fondue selections like spinach artichoke cheese fondue, Wisconsin trio cheese fondue, and traditional Swiss cheese fondue. Entrees include filet mignon, lobster tails and wild Mahi Mahi. The dessert menu is also fantastic with a variety of chocolate fondues like Disaronno Meltdown, Yin & Yang, and Flaming Turtle.