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Chef's Jackets/Uniform Supply


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I'm going to Vegas tomorrow for a few days and while I'm there I wanted to look for some chefs jackets at a uniform supply store.

I've googled but am not having much luck.

Can any chef's make any recommendations?

I'm looking for high end/quality jackets.

Foodwise...we've got two nights that we are free to go out to dinner and we've chosen Bradley Ogden's and Sensi.

Are these both still good bets?

We wanted one high end and one not so much.

Thanks for any help you can give me!

cm

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I think there's not much in the way of uniform shops in Vegas because the hotels and major restaurants supply and maintain all uniforms for free. Sorry I can't be of more help.

Both Bradley Ogden and Sensi are great, but I think you'll really be missing out if you don't try to eat at L'Atelier du Joel Robuchon. I'm not working there anymore, but I still think it's the best food on the Strip... for now. :wink:

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I think there's not much in the way of uniform shops in Vegas because the hotels and major restaurants supply and maintain all uniforms for free. Sorry I can't be of more help.

Both Bradley Ogden and Sensi are great, but I think you'll really be missing out if you don't try to eat at L'Atelier du Joel Robuchon. I'm not working there anymore, but I still think it's the best food on the Strip... for now. :wink:

I thought that may be the case about the jackets.

Thanks for the pm.

I've cancelled Ogden and booked L'Atlier. :biggrin:

We're open to any other suggestions also instead of Sensi for a more casual night if anyone has any ideas.

cm

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Enjoy Robuchon, and when you get home go here for jackets etc: http://www.allheartchefs.com

I think there's not much in the way of uniform shops in Vegas because the hotels and major restaurants supply and maintain all uniforms for free. Sorry I can't be of more help.

Both Bradley Ogden and Sensi are great, but I think you'll really be missing out if you don't try to eat at L'Atelier du Joel Robuchon. I'm not working there anymore, but I still think it's the best food on the Strip... for now. :wink:

I thought that may be the case about the jackets.

Thanks for the pm.

I've cancelled Ogden and booked L'Atlier. :biggrin:

We're open to any other suggestions also instead of Sensi for a more casual night if anyone has any ideas.

cm

always looking forward to...the next meal

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