UltraStar Cinemas cossets moviegoers in cushy seating as they enjoy Hollywood hits alongside buttery servings of popcorn. Film buffs can peruse the current showtimes by location to handpick an action-packed flick, romantic comedy, or chilling thriller featuring inexplicably aggressive hamsters. The concession stand outfits moviegoers with snacks, drinks, and buckets filled with warm kernels, keeping stomach grumblings to a minimum during showings and providing crunchy projectiles in case of sudden younger-sibling attacks. UltraStar Play it Again Cinemas also offers a selection of Hollywood hits for patrons to enjoy in high-back reclining chairs alongside snacks from the concession stand.
Milo’s Cellar is a Southern Nevadan’s Favorite. Milo’s is located in the center of the historic downtown of Boulder City. Milo’s Cellar consists of an indoor bar and restaurant and a comfortable sidewalk café. The Cellar has 65 craft beers and 300 kinds of wine. The menu consists of specialty sandwiches, platters & more.
Named Best Brewpub of 2010 by LocalEats, Boulder Dam Brewing Company surrenders up flights, pints, and growlers of its delicious brews to awaiting mouths. The brewery magic begins with six samples of the pub's dam-inspired brews, such as the High Scaler IPA, a bold beverage packed with cascade hops, and the Aggregate Amber, a smooth, copper-colored ale whose bubbles contain immaculately preserved prehistoric fossils. The Powder Monkey Pilsner, named after the dam's explosive-packers, boasts a refreshing, malty flavor. Once the sampling is completed, choose your favorites for two more pint-size preparations. This cavalcade of brews can be enjoyed with selections from the pub's tasty menu (not included in today’s Groupon).
Al's Garage serves a menu of pub fare within automotive-themed confines adorned by rims, spray-painted hot rod flames, and a bar backed by treaded metal. Wings come customized in choice of mild, spicy, or hot seasoning, accompanied by ranch or blue cheese for moderating heat and making swirly sauce patterns. After appetites ignite, mains such as fish tacos, in which flour or corn tortillas enfold golden chunks of cod ($9.95), hush the bellows of outspoken abdominals. Burgers include a 1/3 pound of ground beef, a chicken breast, or vegetarian patty, with interpretations such as the Hawaiian teriyaki burger, which layers gruyere cheese with a grilled pineapple ring, delights picky palates ($8.95). Postmain confections include a deep-fried Twinkie topped in hot chocolate sauce ($4.95), and the breakfast burrito of scrambled eggs, roasted peppers, and cheese fights hunger late into the night or early into the morning ($6.95). An outdoor patio lets diners revel outside, while inside custom black-and-red upholstered seating grants gazing upon seven plasma-screen TVs or comfortable navel-gazing 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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.