The D.O.C.G. is a restaurant inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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D.O.C.G.

Good atmosphere, great food! Recommend the linguine.
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D.O.C.G.

Very good food selection and spirits. Looking forward to my next visit.
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D.O.C.G.

Just plain bad. The caesar salad was obviously made ahead of time and not authentic...just creamy dressing on top of romaine. Contrary to the claims, the pasta isn't made fresh on-site, just grocery store quality, nothing more. The staff was incredibly impolite and seemed in a hurry to get me in and out.
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D.O.C.G.

Awful. Definitely not the great food Vegas is known for. Tasteless, terrible presentation and flat staff. Anywhere but here, you're better off buying a .99 mama celeste frozen pizza and many places in Vegas have equal or better wine selections. I won't even start on the mixed drinks, just don't go. Hoping this dump is the next casualty of Vegas dining and closes sooner rather than later.
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D.O.C.G.

It's just not good. Everything we ordered tasted like nothing :-/ I've seen this chef on chopped all the time critiquing and criticizing others food. I wonder if he's ever tasted his own? Even if you're starving and this is the only place open, do yourself a favor and get a sandwich from a vending machine at the airport. Cheaper and will taste a whole lot better. I'm surprised the Cosmo hotel let's this place keep operating.
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D.O.C.G.

Awful. A place as great as the Cosmopolitan in a town like Las Vegas even keeping this crap place open on their venue is insulting. The food is tasteless, the staff is unkept and unprofessional, and the bartender needs to go back to learn how to properly make a drink. Worst in Vegas, hopefully it will be next to close down like Kahunaville. Skip this one everyone, tourists you can definitely do better at your small town diner, experience Vegas right and steer clear of DOCG. Waste of time and valuable space on the strip.
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D.O.C.G.

Excellent Italian food and a great wine list capped with excellent service. A deep, narrow space dominated by a bar and a row of booths. Not too dim, but definitely a respite from the lights of the Strip. Opened dinner with glass of wine at the bar and then moved to a table for one of the best Italian meals I've had. Started with a fried artichoke, fantastic, and the scallops, which were killer. I had a braised duck over pasta as my entree and it was, again, killer. Service was spot on, and prices are a deal for what you're getting, Dessert was the caramel budino, which is just pudding. Life changing pudding. I bought Scott Conant's cookbook the next day just for this recipe. DOCG is worth the trip, and you have to get the budino.
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D.O.C.G.

The food here is amazing. Definitely get the scallops. Good prices are downright reasonable for Vegas, and the wine list is stellar. Oh, and get dessert. If the butterscotch budino is on it, you have to.
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D.O.C.G.

Solid upscale Italian classics, casual setting. DOCG spaghetti, fresh raviolis, and solid brick oven pizzas. All good.
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D.O.C.G.

I guess I just expected better. Not world class, not once in a life time, but just better. The service was ok, better than ok, but about average. The food was just plain ok. Artichoke appetizer was severely underseasoned (solved by requesting some lemon and salt); cooked very well, and a truly interesting dish, and very good on quantity, but just underseasoned. Rapini side was limp and soggy and also underseasoned. Eggplant parm was soggy and the eggplant wasn't cooked through, so very tough and chewy and raw -- but the sauce was excellent. Positives: Great, friendly sommelier. As a Californian, we are spoiled by pricing, but ignoring that the selection was great and the advice was friendly and well done. He wasn't pushy, was very open to our tastes and interests and price points. Mushroom app was phenomenal. Needed some salt, but I am really wondering how they cooked them so perfectly without even a hint of oiliness. Worth ordering. My wife says the clams app was fantastic, but was surprisingly spicy (which she loves, but I wonder if average spice patrons would also enjoy). Cocktails were a tad watery. To their credit, they took the eggplant and rapini off the check and comped two desserts. Skip the tiramisu (very dry), but DO get the salted caramel thing (wow!). In short, it was ok. It wasn't great. For the owner, I am perplexed. They missed on basic execution issues. For the price, there's much much better in LA and even in Vegas. Not clear if Conant has just licensed out his name or if he just doesn't deliver on the demands he makes when he's judging other chefs on TV. Save your money and hit a local Italian joint, or spend your money and get a better meal elsewhere. --arun baheti
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