When it’s time for a big, fancy-ish, fun dinner that you and your friends all budgeted for on your Las Vegas trip, check out Majordomo at the Palazzo. This is the second location of David Chang’s popular LA restaurant and like the original, it’s best enjoyed family-style. Share larger format dishes like the smoked whole plate Korean barbecue and Texas-style short rib, along with starters like the buttery bing bread (get the fancy foie) and corn cheese gratin. If you really want to make a night out of it, reserve the secret karaoke room and sing the night away between cocktails after your feast.
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