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Vegas reservation tricks and tips?


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Hey Folks

So I'm looking for any good tips and/or tricks for a last minute reservation. My parents are looking to have dinner at either Circo or Aureole (their choices, not mine) tomorrow (Saturday) night between 6:30 and 7:30. Yeah... I know... they're being more than a little high-maintenence and unrealistic.

Neither, of course, has openings currently.

Any tricks? Suggestions?

-c

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Early and late is a good suggestion.

Also, call at the last minute. Some restaurants keep tables open for high-rollers at the last minute, and there are lots of cancellations in Vegas.

There are a lot of high-end restaurants in Vegas, and if you're not picky you'll get a table at one of them.

Bruce

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All of the above or you could look up and contact a personal concierge service. These people charge you a flat rate based on the number of days (about $250 a day) you will be in town and then they take care of all arrangements for you. There is almost nothing that they can't get or take care of. I don't think a dinner res is worth $250 but if you need other supplies, reservations, entertainment, etc. it could be worth it.

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