Voodoo Lounge

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3700 West Flamingo Road (inside the Rio hotel/casino), Las Vegas, NV, USA

Voodoo Lounge Las Vegas Reviews

hannajax hannajax
63 reviews
Apr 23, 2007
Located on the 50th floor of the Rio All Suites Hotel, it is a cajun-creole theme restaurant, that doesn't dish up authenticity, but a gorgeous view and great tasting food.

The decor is reminiscent of a french quarter nightclub, with strange "voodoo" markings and symbols - courtesy of black light neon paint on black walls, and plush purple drapings.

Our party of three ordered the same entree on the varied menu, the "menage a trois." A succulent combination of lobster tail, grilled shrimp, and filet, it was beautifully paired with wasabi mashed potatoes and grilled vegetables. We felt the $45 price tag was worth the super indulgence to our senses, and bellies.

You'll see many familiar items on the menu, catering to the traditional American fare like the "Hellfire Hotwings," or the "Mystic Crab and Artichoke Dip."

We thoroughly enjoyed our food, loved the crab and artichoke dip, as well as the assortment of fresh breads served at the table.

The only downside to this restaurant, as with most eateries and clubs in Las Vegas, is the price for a cocktail. We were all a bit chilled that night, so we ordered coffee with irish cream and chambord. We paid $16 for drinks we would have paid half the amount for in Phoenix.

Overall, great food and ambiance, wonderful service, and an added bonus of free admittance to the Voodoo Lounge above...
travelman727 says:
You always write the best reviews! You really should open up a tour agency in Vegas; you're the city's best ambassador :-D
Posted on: Apr 23, 2007
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