We have three convenient locations in Las Vegas—and have been a favorite of locals since 1990. It's a great place to hang out with friends and family, relax with co-workers after work, or catch a late night meal. We are known for our simple, but delicious food at very reasonable prices-- Open 24/7/365!
The Brentwood Cafe and Tavern proffers a respite from the fast-paced lifestyle of the Las Vegas Strip with its homey interior, where diners match their appetites against a menu of classic American dishes. Couples can display some PDA by feeding each other an appetizer of Tex-Mex rolls, arriving at mouths with spicy chicken, corn, black beans, and plane propeller noises. A dinner entree of beer-battered fish 'n' chips shares plate estate with homestyle fries and hush puppies, and the lightly floured chicken marsala emerges from a cloud steam bearing mushrooms in a wine sauce. Moisten palates by taking swigs from a glass of Pyramid draft beer, or swill a glass of the St. Gabriel riesling.
Scooter's Pub keeps sports fans feisty by serving up peeper-pleasing match-ups on its 20 flat-screen TVs and game-tested eats on its extensive menu. Kick off chew-a-thons with toothsome appetizers, such as fire-roasted artichokes ($8.75), hand-breaded chicken fingers ($6.99), or the ahi threesome––a harmonious trio of blackened, spicy tartar, and crispy ponzu ahi famous for it’s a capella rendition of "Mr. Sandman" ($12.95). For hearty half-time shows, entrees such as the house specialty Cajun penne pasta, a white sauce-topped hoard of sausage, chicken, and shrimp, ($14.95) and the pastrami-covered char-burger ($9.50), leave mouths mellow, while 1 of 69 varieties of beer keep whistles amply whetted for ref heckling. Cap off victorious dinner bouts with desserts, including the root beer float ($2.95) or deep-fried oreos ($4.50).
Splitting the difference between boot-shaped Italian fare and inherently patriotic American dishes, Boulevard Bar & Grille offers diners a hearty, varied menu that covers all three main meals. The BLVD Deuce burger ($9.95) arrives with a spare beef patty, a dollop of special sauce, and a choice of fries, slaw, chips, soup, or pasta, and the eggplant-parmigiana sandwich ($8.95) offers tomato-sauced sustenance for vegetarians tired of being the villain after eating entire community gardens. Start your day as sweetly rebellious as Danny Zuko with a serving of homemade crème brûlée ($5.95), or opt for a more traditional breakfast feast, such as the vegetable-laden frittata sandwich ($6.95), served until noon on weekdays and 1 p.m. on weekends. A smoke-free dining area ensures a clear-aired meal before ambling back to the strip to gamble on the fanciness of gamblers’ gambling outfits.
When envisioning Giuseppe’s, its restaurateurs wanted to create a welcoming 24-hour space for every occasion, including post-casino noshes and family sit-downs. The menu, also available for online orders, boasts seemingly endless varieties of Italian comfort fare such as homemade linguini in white clam sauce, pork parmigiana, and the mammoth half-pound Cajun beef-patty Black ‘n’ Blue burger.
A game is always playing on one of the eatery’s numerous TVs, particularly at the large rectangular bar where every seat has a good view. Knowledgeable bartenders keep the good times coming as they mix favorite cocktails, pour a frothy brew, or pass down the secrets of mixology garnered from the inventor of the appletini, Isaac Newton. Giuseppe’s large space also accommodates parties and banquets of up to 80 people.