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I ate here twice, loved the vegan options and the knowledge of the staff. I actually wanted to sit at the bar since I was dining solo but did not care for the big TV so I took a table instead. Beautiful dining room. I recommend the pesto pizza with almond ricotta and the vegan ravioli. Kudos for making their own nut cheese. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The DeSimone's Steakhouse is nestled right in the Railroad Pass Casino and Hotel. It serves quality cuts of meat and more. The DeSimone's Steakhouse offers guests a fine dining experience. A starter of coconut shrimp with an orange marmalade, lump-meat crab cakes or grilled teriyaki tenderloin atop a bed of Asian slaw will delight the palate. Guests can feast on a main course of filet mignon with lobster tail, beef Wellington or Mexican-style seared salmon with roasted corn mashed potatoes. This restaurant also offers fresh salad, hearty soups and scrumptious desserts.
The DeSimone's Steakhouse offers wine and other beverages with meals. Its doors are open for dinner services Thursday through Sunday.
What is District One? Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) is separated into 12 districts and District One is the epicenter for Entertainment and Dining. At District One in Las Vegas we are dedicated to bringing our customers a unique dining experience. Our flavors are distinctly Asian but not necessarily just Vietnamese. When we created the concept of District One, we wanted to create a menu that would reflect our personalities, our heritage and our experiences. District One’s chef and co-founders, are all long time Las Vegas Residents with a passion for food. That being said, District One's founders have taken inspiration all the way from Vietnam, Thailand, China and Japan to combine them with flavors from Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and New York.More
Open 24/7, this café is the place to eat breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Try the cheese burger and fries basket, which includes a soda.
Three Deuces breakfast for only $4.99 includes two eggs, 2 French Toast and two pieces of bacon or sausage.
The combination platter of appetizers is a way to start your dinner.
If you’re really hungry, try our full rack of baby back ribs basted in a generous portion of BBQ sauce.
You’ll want to end your meal with our generous portion of strawberry short cake.More
Jammyland Cocktail Bar & Reggae Kitchen invites every guest on a psychedelic journey through the multicultural roots of Jamaican cuisine. To complement Chef Grayer’s fare, Jammyland’s bar mixes the freshest and craftiest cocktails in town (or just about anywhere). The Reggae Kitchen is always open late, and closed Mondays & Tuesdays for the summer. The heart of the LV Arts District boasts ample parking and bike share stations. More
An olde English pub featuring modern culinary flair.
Be transported to a fox hunt on the English countryside while dining by the fireplace in our "Hunt Room" or dine casually on our patio overlooking the Grand Canal Shops. Take in a proper football game at our bar flanked with 13+ large screens and enjoy a pint or our 16 craft beers on tap or full bar with drink selections from around the globe.
Indulge in our house favorites like the Donut Burger- a double bacon cheeseburger built between three glazed donut layers and topped with a fried egg. We do feature salads but much prefer a Chicken Bacon and Waffle melt or Prime Rib, Sea Bass and Fish and Chips!
No Meal is complete without a Alcohol infused milkshake or Guinness cupcake! More
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Second only to gambling the world’s most recognizable gaming destination, restaurant culture in Las Vegas is loud and proud. A popular outpost for Food Network stars’ restaurant offshoots or New York and Los Angeles restaurateurs looking for space and an eager audience, Las Vegas has been a real player on the culinary scene for years, despite its landlocked situation (unsustainable though it may seem, fish abounds.) In addition to the glitzy big names of casino restaurants, the city off-the-strip is dotted with strip malls many of which have become food destinations of their own. Whether its regional thai or better sushi than you ever thought could be served in the desert, the world is your, figurative, oyster in Vegas.