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Mon Ami Gabi
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Today 7:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Sunshine, Mimosas, Bloody Mary's, and French food.... Not a bad way to start off 2015.. Happy New Year! What's your New Year's Resolution? #BloodyMaryBar #Brunch #BestViewInVegas
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Happy Thanksgiving! We are very #Thankful for our great patrons! For all of you in #Vegas we are OPEN on Thanksgiving Day and would love to celebrate with you and your family!
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New Year's Eve at Mon Ami Gabi Las Vegas - Cheers to a New Year with Mon Ami Gabi at what’s sure to be an evening of fabulous French fare, wine and company. On Wednesday, December 31, we will present a multi-course prix fixe menu that you won’t want to miss. Celebrate the end of one year and the beginning of another while enjoying four courses of magnifique cuisine. Price is $150 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Seating times are 5pm, 7:30pm and 10pm. The first two seatings will have a two hour maximum seating time. Guests are encouraged to call  702-944-4224 for more information or to make reservations.   #NewYearsEve     #Vegas  
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This year, celebrate your Christmas holiday with fanciful French fare at Mon Ami Gabi Las Vegas. On Wednesday, December 24 and Thursday, December 25, the doors to the classic French bistro will be open! From crepes and quiches to bubbly French Onion Soup, to classics like Steak Frites and Chicken Paillard, there is no question that any craving will be covered. So whether you’re celebrating the holiday or just want to enjoy an evening out, come Christmas, Mon Ami Gabi’s delectable cuisine will be up for the ordering. Please call Mon Ami Gabi at (702) 944-4224 to make your reservation. #Vegas  
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Paris Las Vegas 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109
3655 South Las Vegas BoulevardUSNevadaLas Vegas89109
$$French Restaurant, Bistro
French Restaurant
Today 7:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 12:00 amSaturday 7:00 am – 12:00 amSunday 7:00 am – 11:00 pm
Mon Ami Gabi is an authentic turn-of-the-century Parisian bistro serving French classics like Steak Frites, Onion Soup Au Gratin, Trout Amandine and Escargots de Bourgogne. To complement the menu, an extensive selection of more than 80 boutique French wine varietals, handpicked by renowned chef and owner Gabino Sotelino, are served by the glass or bottle from our signature rolling wine cart. Cooking classes, seasonal chef dinners, wine tastings and catering services for parties of all sizes complete the offerings.
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Charming French bistro highlighting classics such as steak frites & onion soup, plus patio dining.- Google
"Had smoked salmon eggs benedict and it was excellent."
"Sit outside on a warm evening and watch the people watching you."
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Hussam Bukhari
in the last week
Great location beside the Eiffel tower restaurant, viewing the Bellagio fountains. Atmosphere was good, sitting outside was fantastic. Service was exceptionally fast. Menu is quite good. Prices are slightly above average, with the steak frites (their specialty) costing around 30$. Food was great, we ordered our steaks medium-well but came out well-done, still they were dam tasty. A must-visit if you're ever in Vegas.
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Dena DaSilva
in the last week
Sit outside on the patio overlooking the strip and have breakfast here. You WON'T be disappointed. Great food, great service, great people-watching. You can see the Bellagio fountains from the patio too if you go there later, for lunch or dinner. Highly recommend!
Lindsay Auer
a month ago
we had steak frites and it was amazing oysters were ok, salad great and pfiteroles were heavenly
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Jonathan Gonzalez
a month ago
Love the Bellagio fountain show, Got here early and caught the first one of the day! Lamb benedict was great too!
Arout Tsadourian
2 weeks ago
Really disappointed with the attitudes of the hostesses. They are the face of the restaurant and they should be mannered professionals who create a good environment.This is not our first time dining at this restaurant and we have had to deal with the horrible attitudes of the hostesses many times. We always have a reservation and it still doesn't matter how they treat you. Their bad attitudes make us want to leave the restaurant immediately. Today we had to wait 20 minutes in the crowded bar area of a restaurant having to deal with with constant pushing and shoving and enjoy the scolding looks of the hostesses. Thank god the waiters are nice and hopefully we can enjoy the rest of the evening.
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Wendy Kellman
3 months ago
Definitely our family favorite! The Seafood Crepe is "Heavenly!!" My daughter's Mac & Cheese is always perfect. Last but not least, my husband's Steak was cooked to perfection! We love sitting outside on the patio so we can enjoy the outdoors, and listen to the Bellagio Fountains across the street. Service was great as usual. It's a "must-do" every time we visit Vegas. Thanks again for a wonderful dining experience!!!!
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Jeff Taylor
3 months ago
Had another great meal and oustanding view from this restaurant on a recent trip to Vegas. We had a large party of 7 and sat oustide on the patio on a nice spring evening. You simply can't beat the location and view of this restaurant, right across from the Bellagio fountains. The food is pretty good, not cheap, but not too expensive either. Definitely not your typical snooty upscale Vegas dining. The portions are reasonably sized and priced ($20-$30), with steak, seafood, and even a few pasta options. I had the steak frite, medium rare. It was cooked perfectly, relatively tender (it's not a filet, but wasn't bad), and seasoned well. The dinner and selections worked out really well for both the grandparents and kids. Very versatile. Positives: Excellent location and view of the Bellagio fountains. Recommend eating on the patio (no reservations accepted, supposedly). Negatives: The wait for patio can be long....we were told about 15-30 minutes, ended up taking 45-60 minutes to get a table. But it was worth it! This is one of my favorite places to eat in Vegas, you can save some money for the casinos, get a reasonable
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Muy S
4 months ago
I was actually pretty disappointed with my dish here. I've been wanting to try this restaurant for a long time. My friend said the steaks were really good, so I knew I would definitely get a steak frites. The server said the ribeye with bearnaise sauce was really good. Instead of the ribeye, I opted for the steak with bearnaise sauce. Now I'm no expert on bearnaise sauce, but I thought the one at Mon Ami Gabi had no flavor except for butter. It just tasted like melted butter. I was expecting more creaminess to it with more herbs and flavor other than butter... The steak was very thin. I tried a piece of the filet mignon merlot and it was much thicker and nicer. However, my steak was too thin and I did not particularly enjoy it. As for the fries... they were disappointing because they are cut like really thin strips, and they give you a lot! But honestly to me, it felt like eating kettle cooked chips and crumbs from the bottom of the chips bag. Not a fan of that, especially in a huge amount (lots of it went to waste). I prefer thin fries which are crispy on the outside and with some potato texture on the inside. Some other people in the group really liked the fries though. The service was alright. They were nice but they were handing out the wrong plates... come on now. The complimentary bread was very good, freshly baked and crusty. It was served with butter and a mixture of pickled shredded radish, apple and parsley. I may come back to try other items on the menu, maybe for lunch. Now I just know not to get the fries or the cheaper steak.
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