Maybe your Vegas trip is with a group you see every week. Or maybe you’re reuniting with people you haven’t hung out with since your main source of memory-making was Polaroids. Either way, take everyone to Momofuku and you’re guaranteed to be sharing the secret ingredient in your banana bread before dessert. There’s really nothing that brings people together quite like tearing apart a whole duck or fighting over the last salt and pepper lobster tail or tempura shrimp. Those dishes are from the definitely-expensive large-format part of the menu - but they each serve three or four people and go perfectly with sake and Momofuku’s view of the Strip.

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