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Aria went to the mice this summer

Last edit: MinVegas on Thursday, 9th December 2010 9:37 pm
Last response by MeltYrselfDown 13th December 12:11pm

Just noticed this while searching for restaurant menus: http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/108/las-vegas-lifestyle/mice-arias-cafe-vettro-811371/

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We then proceeded to order drinks and our meals. After that, my friend, sitting opposite me, noticed a mouse roaming around. I thought he was kidding.

I turn around only to see the tiniest of mice. It was kinda cute. But a mouse in a restaurant can never be a good thing. Especially if this was a baby mouse, it would mean that its parents and possibly siblings are also roaming around.

We notified the servers, who were in slight disbelief. They promptly said they will get the managers over to sort out any issues.

After a long while, the same people came back and said they will get maintenance to fix the problem.

We got our meals and without too much hesitation finished them off. Then, my friend conveniently mentions that what if there is a mice infestation and they get into the food, etc.

No one ever came back to see us about the problem, let alone apologise.


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 JohnD responded on Thursday, 9th December 2010

This fits in with my trip to CityCenter last night. They were spraying.

 Kagehitokiri replied on Friday, 10th December 2010

guess this is an example of things we really dont want to know... (how frequently they happen...)

 blackjacker1979 responded on Friday, 10th December 2010

Note the optional side for each menu item...

"Side of Raisins - Complimentary"

 BigHoss responded on Friday, 10th December 2010

We saw a little mouse in Treasure Island a few years back, scampering down the edge of the casino floor before disappearing through the front door of Francesco's. We were thinking of having dinner there that night, but that helped us make up our minds.

 MeltYrselfDown responded on Friday, 10th December 2010

i'll wager a dollar that the buffet on its best day is still worse than a 4-star joint with a mouse or two.

 Spyder responded on Friday, 10th December 2010

Meh, we were given immune systems for that very reason. It's Darwinism at it's finest, if your killed by a little mouse, what happens when your fav restaurant is overrun with Zombies?

 Misnomer responded on Friday, 10th December 2010

I'd pile on here if the exterminator hadn't just yesterday visited the Misnomer manse for this very reason. Regrettably, all of the Hickory Farms cheddar cheese logs that I'd intended to give you all for the holidays are now gone.

 Dave702 responded on Friday, 10th December 2010

I initially thought this was going to be about the resort's increased success with Meetings, Incentive, Convention, and Exposition bookings.

 MinVegas replied on Saturday, 11th December 2010

Someone's been reading a lot of press releases lately.

 sandyastrogl1de responded on Friday, 10th December 2010

They must not have seen the reviews.

 MeltYrselfDown replied on Monday, 13th December 2010

zing.