Hungry Session-goers have lots of dining options
Las Vegas—Those attending the ADA Annual Session will want to take advantage of Las Vegas’ fabulous array of gourmet restaurants—sampling the offerings of world-class chefs and a growing number of master sommeliers.
|Las Vegas dining: The Mix Restaurant at the top of THEhotel is one of more than 50 restaurants located in ADA Annual Session South Strip hotels. Photo courtesy Las Vegas News Bureau|
ADA hotels in the South Strip area offer more than 50 popular dining choices, so registrants might want to preview their options and make reservations in advance.
Mandalay Bay, THEhotel and the Four Seasons offer three websites with dining information. For information or to make reservations at Signature restaurants at Mandalay Bay, THEhotel and the Four Seasons, visit http://mandalaybay.com/dining/signature-restaurants. For information on casual dining spots, visit http://mandalaybay.com/dining/casual-restaurants. For more information on quick eats, visit http://mandalaybay.com/dining/quick-eats.
Information on the restaurants at the MGM Grand/Signature can be viewed at http://mgmgrand.com/restaurants by clicking on each restaurant’s name and logo after selecting from the categories: Fine Dining, Specialty Dining, Casual Dining or Cafes & Quick Bites.
Luxor restaurants are listed at http://luxor.com/restaurants.
The ADA is also working with Las Vegas-based company, Just ask. Where., to assist attendees with restaurant reservations and show tickets. Many restaurant and show discount offers are available. Call Just ask. Where. at 1-702-635-3000 or 1-702-338-4025 for a complete list or to purchase.
Attendees can also visit the on-site ADA Information Desk on Level 1 of the Mandalay Bay Convention Center to get recommendations and to make restaurant and show reservations through Just ask. Where. Hours are 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Oct. 10-12.