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Bagatelle

For my friend's bachelorette party, we ate at Bagatelle in the Tropicana Casino to start off the festivities:


The sexy bride to be at the front of the
restaurant.  There were chandeliers all
around the place, very classy!

Our table

Sitting w/ Marilyn

Butter lettuce with house dressing to the left and purple (?) macaroni to the
right.  This macaroni dish was my favorite side!  I was addicted to it
 because of the delicious sauce and the pasta being perfectly al dente.

Nicely toasted bread

Vegetables and hard boiled eggs to
snack on

One of the main dishes was truffloa natural roasted chicken with country
style potatoes.  This chicken dish was also wonderfully addicting! I wish
I could eat more of it!  The spices and it being roasted made it taste great.

A very chocolately dessert.  Everything you see here was edible, well
except the rectangular plate!

Up close

Like many restaurants on the Strip, I was a bit skeptical about the food because some places are too overhyped.   Fortunately, Bagatelle exceeded my expectations!  I hope my friends will book this place for an occasion again, if not, I will!

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