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“Good food - full vegas pricing”

Blue Ribbon Brasserie - Las Vegas
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Ranked #183 of 5,276 Restaurants in Las Vegas
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $30 - $50
Cuisines: Sushi
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Good for: Business meetings, Large groups
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: Harmon Avenue
Transit: LV Transit runs 24 hours daily
Description: Blue Ribbon Las Vegas is built on the vision that originated 25 years ago in New York City's SoHo at the legendary original Blue Ribbon, well known as the restaurant "where chefs go to eat." At The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, drawing inspiration from the bustling energy of the Las Vegas Strip, Blue Ribbon Las Vegas is part saloon, part oyster bar, part American eatery, and part international culinary tour. Blue Ribbon’s menu evokes the original SoHo eatery with its long time favorites, including Beef Marrow & Oxtail Marmalade and Pan Roasted Skate with Crispy Potatoes, Shrimp & Bacon and most notably, an array of fresh offerings from the sumptuous raw bar, including the “The Cosmopolitan,” a multi-tiered shellfish and caviar extravaganza served over ice, with a bottle of fine Champagne.
Reviewed March 21, 2014 via mobile

My wife and I got
In late. This restaurant is open after 11 so we hit it on a whim. We got seated and served quickly. The sushi was well prepared and presented. The waitress knew the menu and her sake. The check was a little steep but this is a luxury hotel in vegas so no surprise.

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Reviewed March 21, 2014

My review is about one quality of this restaurant - they are not open for lunch. My wife and I were really wanting sushi, but this place is only open for dinner, like most of the restaurants at the Cosmopolitan.

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Reviewed March 18, 2014

Sushi was good although not great. A little pricey but hey it's Vegas. We were never quite sure who our actual server was - one was solid and helpful, the other was exceedingly attentive to the point of being weird and annoying - kind of like he had read a book about being a waiter but never actually done it before.

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Reviewed March 14, 2014

No reservation just walked in. They seated us at the Sushi bar and enjoyed it thoroughly. Really fresh.

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Reviewed March 9, 2014

Been here a few times and with many trips each year out to Vegas (family in the area), this one is a good option for us. There are so many high quality restaurants in Vegas, that mere existence requires a certain level of quality.

The location in the back of the top floor of the restaurant/shopping area of the Cosmo makes it feel a little out of place and there are no options for a view, so the interior decor has to be enough to get you through a meal. While this isn't uncommon in Vegas as a whole, there are a few options in the Cosmo with amazing views of the Bellagio Fountains etc.

For me, the purpose of coming here is the fried chicken with honey wasabi sauce. I'm serious! While I'm a avid lover of all things "sushi", this place is worth the trip for the fried chicken appetizer or entree. yes, it's pricey... is it worth it? All a matter of perspective in Vegas and what you value. for me, dropping the money on a nice meal is more valuable than a random chance bet and lost (or won)...

The other MUST have here is the Truffle fried rice. Order to share as it is rich and filling. They don't skimp on the black truffles for this one. A great side for the table to share.

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