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Unless you reserve the private dining room, Joël Robuchon better suits a romantic dinner than a raucous reunion. The Las Vegas restaurant has an overall quiet atmosphere and its focus is on intricate food. But don’t let that dissuade you from dining with a larger group. Should you reserve the private dining room, you and your group will enjoy a space separated from the rest of the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant, but one that mirrors the main dining room’s elegant purple velvet curtains and walls. The room seats 10 comfortably, but can squeeze in 12, and its windows look out to a terrace, making for a quaint and stylish experience that the whole group — even the raucous ones — will enjoy. If you want to dine at Joël Robuchon with a group larger than six, call ahead to make reservations. The restaurant features a set menu for groups of seven or more.