Come here just to say Hi to Vinnie and his staff. Makes for a great experience. One can tell that Ownership and Management hires very quality people.
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First of all, the Lakeside is an event dining experience. It is expensive, but the food was perfectly prepared. The service was exceptional. I had the snapper with haricot verts, toasted almonds and brown butter. Delicious! Other guests ordered fillet and other seafood dishes and...More
The food was ok, but the service was marginal. We were disappointed in both. The view of the lake and forest are spectacular, but the "show" was not up to Wynn or Vegas standards. Just an average restaurant for a pretty high price.
My husband ordered fillet mignon and I ordered seafood linguine. Plates are small and definitely not worth the price. My husband paid $70 for one small steak and then $14 for lobster mashed potatoes which didn't taste like anything special. We didn't order drinks or...More
First time dining at Lakeside was honestly at first a little dull; just more of the same. Tables. People. Menu. Little pond...Until I looked over and saw a giant frog (or toad?) dressed like a cowboy singing Garth Brooks 'I got friends in low places'....More
We dined at Lakeside for our last dinner in Vegas for our 10th anniversary trip. It was absolutely incredible. We had a drink at the bar first- Vincent was working that night. He was so kind and accommodating to us and I loved the Rose...More
The best dining experience in Vegas. Be sure to sit on the patio after dark. I had no idea that there would be a show over Dream Lake when I chose this restaurant. What a surprise! I disagree with the review written by "425 travelmom"...More
Hard to enjoy your meal when every table stands up or holds up their cellphone every time the water show begins. Food was good but not worth another visit.
We were looking for a great steak. Since the SW Steakhouse was booked for a private party, we went to Lakeside. The same Executive Chef runs both the restaurants, and shares many items between them. We went around 6:45 PM and it was not crowded....More