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Vintner Grill

We were so sad to learn that our favorite Las Vegas restaurant, Rosemary's, has closed forever!

On a brighter note, we discovered another wonderful off-the-strip place to dine: Vintner Grill got big thumbs up from both of us!

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Let's start with the setting. The place is beautifully done in shades of lime green and white. A great entry, beautiful bar, lounge, and gorgeous patio await you!

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The outdoor areas are just as inviting:

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The menu is wonderful! It comes on an unassuming clipboard. There is a full page of cheese selections, and the wine list is amazing. They even had a Verdicchio from Le Marche!

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Ok, let's get to the food! First came a fabulous basket of rolls, olive bread, and brioche with butter and olive oils for dipping (one with garlic and peperocino, and one with basil).

We were there for lunch, so I had a wood-fired flatbread with Italian sausage, burrata, pesto and fennel pollen!

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Brad's black pepper tagliatella with braised wild boar Bolognese, truffled ricotta and freshly grated nutmeg was AMAZING!

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We booked a reservation for Thanksgiving, when I hope to try the pumpkin gnocchi with prosciutto, hazelnuts, gorgonzola, sage brown butter and vinocotto! I also want to try the gorgonzola panna cotta! We'll be back in November!

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Comments (1)

Gerardina:

Everything looked wonderful! We're going to have to dine there next time we are in LV. Thanks for the recommendation!

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