When you want to have a very small group dinner, or the chance for a one-on-one with someone you usually see as a small avatar on your computer, go to Kabuto. Located in Chinatown, this sushi spot has three omakase options, the least expensive of which is $48 and includes a small sake drink, an appetizer, 10 pieces of nigiri, a handroll, and dessert, and is always enough food to fill us up. You’ll be able to hold a full conversation in the quiet, small space, though odds are you’re going to get distracted every time a piece of sushi is placed in front of you.
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Whether you go with one of the tasting menu options or pick French dishes a la carte, dinner at Partage in Chinatown will be memorable.
Sweets Raku isn’t your usual dessert spot, come for the Chef’s Special dessert set with some of the most intricate desserts you’ll find in the city.
Lamaii is one of our new favorite places to eat spicy Thai food, especially since the Chinatown spot looks like a chandelier store.
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Mott 32 in the Venetian works just as well for a blowout Chinese dinner as it does for a reasonably-priced meal of dim sum at Happy Hour.
Best Friend can only be described as “LA-meets-Korea-meets Vegas” so head here with a big group and stop for a slushie in the bodega out front.
Osaka Japanese Bistro
An old-school spot right off the Strip, Osaka Bistro serves Japanese small plates and sushi, and has a great late-night menu.
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