Estiatorio Milos is permanently closed
There are two things you need to know when you make a reservation at Estiatorio Milos. First, make sure you book a spot on the open terrace with a view of the Strip because even if the conversation starts to stall, you can play I-Spy until you come up with something better to talk about. And second, you’re about to spend some money. This Greek place in The Cosmopolitan is known for their (expensive but great) seafood and you can pick out your exact fish from the selection displayed on an expanse of ice. They also have a 45-minute, three-course lunch for $30 if you’re in a hurry or need to sneak in a quick meeting while you eat.