Trying to decide on a restaurant when dining out in Las Vegas can be challenging if not overwhelming. But you know what’s worse? Deciding on what items to order once you decide on a place. However, there’s good news. With the amount of culinary talent to be found throughout Las Vegas, it’s hard to make a mistake. The following is a list of 7 of our favorite Las Vegas dining venues and the menu items we often recommend:
• 8 East – if you’ve ever wondered what all of the buzz over this place is about, try their brisket fried rice. It’s tasty beef brisket stir fried with 8 East sauce, egg, garlic, and green and yellow onion.
• American Coney Island – for starters, nothing beats a good old Coney Island hot dog. They’re available 24/7 and you can get toppings such as burger, chili, mustard, and onions. Oh, and don’t forget that side of fries.
• Andiamo steakhouse – for seafood and steak, this place is just the ticket. Andiamo is known for its lobster (ravioli with brandy cream sauce and tomatoes) and their world-famous tomahawk steaks – 32 oz. of charbroiled, rib-eye heaven.
• Barry’s Downtown Prime – if unique flavor is what you crave, the Fettuccine Alfredo Bone Marrow Luge will satisfy that craving. Leave it to one of the best steakhouses in Downtown to create a uniquely delicious appetizer of fettuccine Alfredo topped with Madeira wine, parmesan reggiano, and truffle butter in a bone marrow luge.
• Project BBQ – Fremont Street is the home of the signature “Garbage Bowl.” Once you spot the Project BBQ food truck, you’ll know what to order. With handmade potato chips smothered in bacon; Carolina BBQ, beer, and cheese sauces; coleslaw; and smoked meats; this dish is not what its name implies.
• Saginaw’s Delicatessen – Derek Stevens is somewhat of a celebrity here in Las Vegas and so is his “Favorite Sandwich.” This culinary spectacle is comprised of roast beef and salami accompanied by Las Vegas Gold Mustard, mayo, and sliced tomato on grilled rye bread.
• Victory Burger – how about sinking your teeth into a 1/2 pound hamburger piled high with Boom Boom sauce, caramelized onions, cheddar cheese, creamy blanco cheese, crispy onion straws, thick-cut bacon, waffle fries, and topped with a decadent egg? After a long night of partying, you’ll probably need the Hangover Burger from Victory Burger.
The best way to say good night to a day filled with culinary adventures is by staying at the Downtowner Boutique Hotel. Our hotel has an old-world charm with personalized attention to detail yet you enjoy all modern amenities. Call us at (702) 533-2553 to reserve your room.