Augmented Cognitive Las Vegas George Edw. Seymour
“Augmented” (adjective, first used in English sometime before 1258, having a general meaning of “Added to or made greater in amount or number or strength.”
“Cognition” (noun, first used in English sometime before 1602 having a general meaning of “The psychological result of perception, learning and reasoning.”
This brief AugCog Guide to Las Vegas is intended to provide you and your family with selected highlights to Dining, Entertainment, Gambling, and Shopping obtained from several sources. Your judgment is advised.
4 A friend who visits often says that, “Caesar’s 24-hour coffee shop is okay, but not as good as the one at the Venetian across the street. In addition, Bradley Ogden (San Francisco fame) has a VERY expensive restaurant. Mesa Grill (Food TV’s Bobby Flay’s place) is not recommended. In the Forum Shops Restaurants: The Cheesecake Factory: The same good reliable food that the chain has here. Chinois (Wolfgang Puck’s Asian influenced restaurant) Food was great. Fat Tuesday: A daiquiri bar. If you buy one of their souvenir glasses, you can get refills at a lesser price. Recommend the travel mug – it comes with a lid. Planet Hollywood: Same chain/same food. Spago: (Also Wolfgang Puck’s) Good menu. Stage Deli: Excellent menu! Great Deli Food!! Great Breakfast!! Also, across the street at the Bellagio, all the restaurants here are high end. The buffet is expensive but worth every penny. Battista’s Hole in the Wall has some of the best Italian food I have tasted in years. It is located a block & a half from Caesar’s off The Strip. Also close to Caesars is the Venetian, which has the Grand Lux Café: This is the Venetian’s 24-hour café which is excellent. We’ve eaten there for breakfast & for dinner. I would highly recommend it. It is owned by the same company that owns The Cheesecake Factory. Also, Delmonico’s Steakhouse: (Food TV’s Emeril Lagasse’s place) Great food!!!! I highly recommend it. It’s like an oasis in the midst of chaos. Open for lunch & dinner. Reservations are recommended. Love it. Postrio: (Another of Wolfgang Puck’s places).”