Dining Outside the Home: Mon Ami Gabi in Las Vegas, Nevada! An afternoon shower can provide a welcome respite from constant motion along the Las Vegas Strip. Slip through the French turquoise doors of Mon Ami Gabi at Paris for a sip of this and a nibble of that. Might I suggest an unpretentious Aperol Spritz to accompany the “Fruit de Mer” succulent Shrimp Cocktail platter. The magnificent essence of orange moscato is aromatic with citrus notes, which makes it perfect for any afternoon.
Dining Outside the Home: S&P Oyster Restaurant and Bar in Mystic, Connecticut! Pull up a chair at a table for two overlooking life on the Mystic River. This waterfront restaurant checks all the boxes. Outdoor seating, check. Fresh seafood, check. Cozy atmosphere, check check. Sample a bowl of New England Clam Chowder. It’s rich creamy base will make you swoon. There’s enough to share. Leave room for their famous Lobster Roll. It’s stuffed with sweet lobster tail and hand-picked claw meat. The savory mayonnaise sauce has been infused with South American flair. You’ve probably never tasted anything like it. Sit back, mingle, nibble, and keep your eye on the Bascule Bridge. During daylight hours, it raises at 40 minutes past the hour or on demand.
Dining Outside the Home: Searsucker in San Diego, California. How many restaurants do you visit that actually encourage “shared plates”? Searsucker doesn’t mind. In fact they recommend it. They understand the trend of grazing. After all, friends get together to unwind over savory foods and playful cocktails, so this is the best way to try new things. When you think about it, presentation is love at first sight. Small bites can offer big flavor combinations. Take a look at the Spicy Ahi Poke with taro root chips. You can almost taste the toasted sesame and spicy sriracha. But why take my word for it? Take a seat inside for a crowd or table for two on the patio. Either way, you can count on sharing.
Dining Outside the Home: Flour & Barley Brick Oven Pizza in Las Vegas, Nevada. Everyone has that craving for pizza at one time or another. Flour & Barley, on The Linq Promenade, designed an Italian-American eatery for just that reason. Don’t expect the ordinary choices, though. Flour & Barley focuses on uniquely fresh ingredients, gluten-free options, specialty Italian sauces, and even a vegan cheese if needed. Pizza not your thing? No worries. Go with a meal salad, pasta dish, or seafood entree. It’s all good. Hip patio dining offers the perfect vantage point for people-watching plus a nice view of the High Roller.
Dining Outside the Home: HEXX Kitchen and Bar in Las Vegas, Nevada! Check out the Las Vegas Strip from a vantage point at the Paris Hotel that offers open-air patio dining with a view of the Bellagio fountains. Have you ever tasted Chilaquiles? It’s a perfect brunch option of tortilla chips loaded with roasted chicken, tasty salsa, two eggs cooked your style, avocado chunks, sour cream, and asadero cheese. So what if you have to strap on the Fitbit to exercise a few miles walking it off? This is Vegas, baby. It’s worth it.
Dining Outside the Home: Mon Ami Gabi French Restaurant in Las Vegas, Nevada! Why does French food seem to taste better than any other? Could it be the bakery-fresh baguette slathered in sea salt butter? Perhaps it’s the heartwarming and nourishing combination of savory meat paired with garden veggies. Or maybe it’s the fact that a leisurely meal is eaten outdoors for conversation and spectacular views. Mon Ami Gabi French Restaurant has the right idea. Experience life as the French do. Dine on the open-air patio from an extensive menu that promises to satisfy. Sit back, sip a little, laugh in merriment, bask in the outdoors, and enjoy the entire experience. It’s truly priceless.
Dining Outside the Home: Mon Ami Gabi at Paris in Las Vegas, Nevada! Just inside the gilded ornamental arches of the Eiffel Tower sits the entrance to a classic French bistro with international waiters bustling to and fro. Choose a quiet corner table for two inside the café or al fresco dining outdoors to “see and be seen”. Open-air bistro tables offer a perfect vantage point for taking in the flurried activity of Las Vegas Boulevard. The extensive menu boasts classic French favorites like Quiche Lorraine, Steak Frites, and Croque Madame in addition to the Plats du Jour. Sit back for a two-hour meal, sip on espressos that can clean an engine, and take life easy the French way.