Opened in the US for over thirty years, Thai Original BBQ is a family-owned casual dining restaurant serving delicious authentic dishes from Thailand. Our unique combination of spices and flavors has created an extensive menu sure to please any lover of Thai cuisine!
Jin Mee Restaurant's team captivates visitors with a diverse spread of authentic Korean barbecue, kimchi dishes, broiled seafood, and colorful stews. They present a bilingual menu that catalogs Korean delicacies such as fish roe stew, kimchi hot pots, and stir-fried squid. As a testament to the notion that grilling barbecue is a trans-cultural culinary tradition, the kitchen staff also flame-cooks tender beef short ribs, brisket, and pork belly right at the dinner table—eliminating the need for guests to bum-rush the kitchen all at once. Jin Mee also pours beverages to go with entrees, such as frosty beer or Korean soju spirits.
H & H BBQ's welcoming walk-up window erupts with a bounty of freshly fried fish, classic Southern sides, and barbecued meats that are smoked on-site. Fluffy sandwich bread cushions mounds of beef brisket, pulled pork, or catfish, while the savory juices from ox tails and pork chops smother piles of rice. Side dishes such as ranch beans, collard greens, and fried okra also flow out of this casual barbecue joint, where a no-frills exterior belies the complexity of the flavors within.
Rock & Rita's, touted as "all fun" by Las Vegas Magazine, houses a bevy of cooks who sizzle up barbecue grub as bottle-twirling bartenders serve cool drinks amid psychedelic décor. The restaurant's philly cheesesteak "is a beauty," according to Las Vegas Magazine, sending taste buds into nostalgic revelry with a down-home blend of Cheez Whiz and paper-thin beef. Icy draft beers, well drinks, and 44-ounce fishbowl beverages fill the full bar, fashioned from a large prismatic bus, and bartenders toss bottles, juggle glasses, and balance barstools while pouring drinks and reciting the list of past mayoral candidates from memory. Rock & Rita's showcases karaoke on Thursdays and live-music entertainment on various nights throughout the week.
The doors stay open 24/7 at Bottoms Up Sports Bar, a watering hole where bartenders pour domestic and imported beers, cocktails, and shots such as the Oatmeal Cookie with Baileys, butterscotch schnapps, Goldschlager, Jägermeister, and Kahlúa. Plates of burgers, nachos, chicken wings, and breakfast classics such as pancakes share table space with beverages, and events such as karaoke and wet T-shirt contests keep crowds entertained.