205 W 50th St, New York, NY 10019
I've been to applebees here in Miami several times. They have 2 for 1drinks every day all day. Being that this is times square, I could understand that they don't offer the 2 for 1 special, but $15 for a perfect margarita?? I had two margaritas, my GF had two apple martinis, and we ordered the chicken and cheese penne pasta...the bill came out to $66 not including the tip!! Let me sum that up one more time for you.....4 drinks...1 pasta dish...$66. If you look at my other reviews, you'll notice I'm not cheap. Im complaining because I'm paying close to gourmet prices at a freakin applebees!
2437 SW 17th Ave, Miami, FL 33145
I have no idea why so many people have told me how good this place is. It's a total dump. The pizza slices are large and cheap, but you get what you pay for. If you want quality pizza for just $1.50 more per slice, go down the street to Coconut grove and try Cazzolli's. They are THE original pizza joint serving huge delicious slices of pizza. Given you'll pay for $4-$5 per slice, but again, you get what you pay for! \r
I also had a sub sandwich that was AWEFUL. Limited number of toppings are piled on in a sloppy fashion. Deli meats are also of poor quality. Your better off going to the Quizno's across the street.
Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant
1201 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131
I can't stress enough how good the house brewed beers are at this restaurant. My personal favorite is the Marzen, but there is a beer for anyone who likes beer. The food is above average for a pub type place, but that is expected due to it's upscale feel and location. I highly recommend the hummus and goat cheese salad( i usually ask for the hummus on the side). The burgers and fries are also very tasty. Overall, a wonderful experience.\r
Ruson Japanese Steak House
13856 SW 88th St, Miami, FL 33186
This restaurant is best described as a mini-former Samurai.(I say former Samurai because I heard they have changed the menu recently). The teppan style dishes are all good, but I have had mixed results with the sushi. Sometimes the quality is excellent while at other times it is subpar. Overall, I would recommend this restaurant with confidence.
3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
I had the chef's tasting and was pleased with all of the entrees, although I did switch the salad for a lobster bisque that was outstanding. The girl at the bar didn't know ANYTHING about alcohol at all. She had to look up how to make a long island iced tea! Overall, the food tasted great, but the portion was small for $96 plus tax + tip. I would only recommend this if you have nowhere else to go at the Caesar's.
3799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
I've seen 4 other Cirque shows in Vegas. This is the worst one in my opinion. For the price, your better off checking out any of the other 4. I agree with a previous post when it was stated that the performers were not very impressive. I usually leave Cirque with a sense of awe and amazement. That was not the case with this show. Fight scenes did not look real, they made shadow puppets, and the acrobatics were almost non-existent. The highlight is the costumes, the stage itself, and the two long-haired guys that were in the large spinning contraption towards the end. The soundtrack was also very well done.
Carnival World Buffet
3700 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103
Im typically not a fan of buffets and this is a classic example of why. As one of the previous posts states...it has American, Italian, Chinese, some california rolls, etc. They offer all the food usually offered at the food court of a local mall...only all at one place. Thanks, but no thanks. There are great buffets in vegas if your willing to spend more than $20. For about $40 you can eat King Crab at the Bellagio buffet! You could also go to the other side of the casino for the village seafood buffet for about $43..te latter being a bit overpriced in my opinion.