Last couple day’s
we had in Vegas were spent hanging out, shopping, walking, checking out hotels and also hit up the Minus 5 Ice lounge once more, have to every time I come to Vegas. So we start the day having a wonderful brunch at Mon Ami Gabi which has gluten free bread, and a variety of other excellent brunch choices.
Beautiful inside that looks like France.
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Mon Ami Gabi Gluten Free Las Vegas
A great gluten free experience here at Mon Abi Gabi, check out their menu below.
Mimosa’s and Sangria for brunch, I think so.
Gluten Free Toast (hell yes!)
Allergy Stick and all, this was gluten free french onion soup, some of the best I’ve ever had, thank you Mon!
Gluten Free Chicken & Roast Vegetables
Ladies Salmon Salad, which was GF and tasty as hell.
Cool new Paris renovations at the lobby bar
The old Sugar Factory is now some bullshit cookie coffee shop
Let’s go head to the Belagio!
Some cool spots along the way that we checked out.
Chinese Celebration in Full Effect!
WHoo Whoo Ha ha!
Hey fishy fishy fishy
Peaches? Hmm lol
Worlds Largest Chocolate Fountain
A lot better views at night!
Had to get some tickets to Zarkana!
This is the only Cirque Show I haven’t seen in Vegas and was a let down to say the least, it was more whimsical than anything and I’d not recommend it, sucked in my opinion, at least compared to the other Vegas Cirque shows.
Welcome to Zarkana! Home of $18 drinks and worlds slowest bartenders!
The seats are like couches and very comfortable, easy to get in and out of for the bathroom breaks.
Standing Ovation, I’m like boo! Go LE REVE!
and to all a good night!
One last dinner at our local restaurant Wazuzu
Gluten Free Pad Thai
Gluten Free Pineapple Fried Rice
Our window looking at the airport headed back home…
Vegas Security had their shit on point
Thank you for following my Vegas week! If you didn’t catch my last blog post be sure to check it out below:
Nightclub and Bar Show Las Vegas 2016 Visit