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6 Responses to “FHBM #396: Just Like Grandma’s Nursing Home”

  1. 1 Mindya Ownbizniz

    For Stewart, for my birthday we had 14 people and were able to get reservations at Jaleo (they have a private room about that size) and Mon Ami Gabi (inside of course, adjacent to the main dining room). Either of those might fit what you need. Good Luck!

  2. 2 Marty

    Great show as a usual. Can’t say I’m surprised the Scintas are coming to The D. They have been regulars at the Andiamo showroom in Metro Detroit for years. Obviously with an Andiamo as The D’s top restaurant, it makes sense to also bring in one of their recognizable acts.

    And as a Detroiter, I echo your comments on the chili fries. We are just lucky enough to always have access to them. Detroit is a short flight from the Twin Cities! Its no vegas but we have casinos, multiple Andiamo’s and of course plenty of coney dog joints.

  3. 3 Chris Hall

    Per the call about Las Vegas concert listings…this is a site I’ve been using for years…and have found several concerts that I’ve ended up attending through it. Not sure where it gets its data from, but it seems very thorough.

    http://www.lvol.com/events/vegas_concerts.html

  4. 4 Minnetonka Grant

    Mid-strip place that can handle large groups: Maggiano’s in the Fashion show Mall. serves family style at several different price levels. Italian. Another choice is Batista’s, across Flamingo from Bally’s. Also Italian. Can be noisy.

  5. 5 Troy in Las Vegas

    This past week I saw Unlocking the Rock Vault and Rock of Ages. I say Go see both… but if you have to choose see Rock of Ages. It is one of my favorite shows in Las Vegas and I have seen almost all of them.

  6. 6 Kelly the pea

    I think Mon Ami Gabi could probably do a big group since they have a huge dining area, and its mid strip, reasonable price wise and widely thought delicious.


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