Pricing and services: This is the restaurant contained within the Stratosphere's 110 story tall tower near the top (107th floor) under the amusement rides. It's rotating so you get a view of all of Las Vegas over the course of your meal. There's also a lounge if you want to continue the party.
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Top of the World @ Stratosphere (reception dinner) – B+
The only reason I didn't give a higher grade is due to the lack of communication at times. When I first started looking at venues, TOTW was our 1st choice but it was pricey. Our original contact ended up departing due to medical issues. Then we dealt with John DeLeon through the rest of the process. The TOTW defintiely has high standards and they won't let it be anything less than the best. We dropped off our favors the day before and John gave me a tour of the room (had only seen a picture prior) and they offered to set out the favors for us. Our night started off with a 30 minute cocktail hour. When we arrived, all of our guests were there and I was blown away when we walked in. The room was gorgeous and the view of the strip was amazing. If anyone did the skyjump, we would've seen them but unfortunately due to the nasty rain, we didn't see any jumpers :( We did a consumption bar constisting of beer/wine/soda. We wanted to offer the first 2 drinks on us then cash bar but they wouldn't do that. , so consumption ended up working out. We also did Menu 2 which is 4 courses. We were in the Twilight Room on the 104th floor. We had 4 waiters (who also served as bartendars at times) taking care of us all night. We had to pay for the food 72 hours prior to the event and paid for the drinks at the end of the night. The best part was dinner – honestly it was amazing. 1st course was either Lobster Bisque or the soup of the day. 2nd course was either caesar salad or muscelin salad. Well they brought out the biggest bowls of salad that I've ever seen and hand scoped everyones plate. 3rd course was either Salmon, Chicken or Petite Filet (there was NOTHING petite about it). 4th course was dessert – an oreo cheesecake cakepop/chocolate mousse with white chocolate straw/white chocolate bowl with mixed berries. There was sooo much food. We didn't have a dj but they hooked up our iphone for us which was nice. We did have a first dance but that was it.