Let me start out by saying that I'm lucky enough to be able to eat at Shulas almost every week, most of the reviews you will read on here start out with "I went for my birthday" or "we went for a special occasion" - so these are strictly one timers, and to gain a good perspective on a restaurant you need to go several times, or for me about 50 times so far. Obviously I like the place a lot, and while it isn't up to the standards of somewhere like Andres in Las Vegas, it still has a lot to offer. So let me offer a few tips. Firstly, always get a booth, they are private and spacious, the tables on the other hand are cramped, the 2 seat tables almost ridiculously so. Now the food. Appetizers - never get the mozzarella salad, it's absolutely revolting, the lettuce wedge is good, and the single jumbo lump crabcake is amazing (they do an entree with 2 if you want more). Now entrees - the steaks are good, not amazing - just good, I prefer the filets and the Steak Mary Ann (2 small filets with a peppercorn sauce), their prime rib is also pretty good, I have not tried any of the huge slabs they offer, 48oz is just too much. As for sides their mushrooms are excellent, but the absolute best (and their signature side) is the crab mac and cheese. Now I don't like mac and cheese, it's kid's food right, but this is so very different, thin little pasta swirls with a home made cheese gratin bake and topped with lumps of white crab meat - it's truly delicious.
So try it, combine it with some gambling, then hit Aria nightclub, and get a room in the hotel. it's a good night out.
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