We had tickets to a show at the MGM, so thought we would try Alta Strada. Several of the other restaurants at MGM are steakhouses and very expensive. This looked reasonable, in comparison. I had a salad and the chicken parmigiano, both good. My husband had the Zuppa di Pesce, which was also good. But the service left something to be desired. They were very busy, probably due to the show, but we did have reservations and were seated promptly. However the bus girl who served the water eventually had to come back to take our order, since the waiter who had our table was obviously busy elsewhere. Everything we asked for during the meal was handled by the bus men - our waiter only presented himself to give us the check. There was a manager who we saw asking people on either side of us how was everything, but for some reason he never approached our table. The entire experience was strange to say the least. If we ever go to another show at MGM, we would probably eat at Juniors - the menu is extensive and much less expensive
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