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Saturday night of our Vegas weekend, we wanted another "light" dinner, so we headed to Mario Battali' and Joe Bastianich's Otto, at "St. Mark's Square" in the Venetian. It is an enoteca, with pizza, pasta, small plates as well as some meat entrees. There is also an Otto in NYC.

We shared a salumi plate with salami and lonza (from Le Marche, sort of like Culatello), a cheese plate with robiola and gorgonzola dolce with truffled honey and preserved cherries, and a plate of prosciutto fritti (like a meatball with prosciutto). YUM! There is an EXTENSIVE wine list from all over Italy too.






Mr. Batali and Mr. Bastianich's staff know how to make one GREAT cappucino!


Comments (2)


I'm still curious about what camera you use to take those awesome pictures. I know you have mentioned it before, but have forgotten.


I use a little Casio pocket camera that is 7.2 mega-pixels and about 5 years old!

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