For more than a decade, Simply Pure's chef, Stacey Dougan, has concocted vegan meals that still keep the carnivore's palate in mind. Read on to discover more about her hearty brand of vegan fare.
You don't have to roam far from the slots at the Venetian to find refreshments. Inside the adjoining Shoppes at The Palazzo, the staffers at I Love Burgers serve up American favorites and drinks including imported beers and 50-ounce frozen daiquiris. To ensure diners can remember which way the slots are, they grill 14 riffs on their signature Angus burger. They top these sizzling patties with the Italian flavors of caprese drizzled in a balsamic reduction, and channel Seoul's soul with sriracha, kimchi, a fresh egg, and furikake-wasabi mayo. These favorites can also be found at a second location in Town Square, south of The Strip.
But Angus beef isn't their only patty option. They incorporate everything from vegetarian-friendly black beans to buffalo to brisket blended with bacon, resulting in creations such as the Plymouth's Pride turkey burger with stuffing and cranberry chutney. They pair burgers with fried bites of mac 'n' cheese or Garbage fries sprinkled with a menagerie of American toppings. For those looking for lighter fare, they toss mixed salad greens with chicken or salmon alongside healthy ingredients fit for a nutritionist's amateur puppet show.
The kitschy glamor of the 1950s is alive and well at Picnic at Downtown Grand, a rooftop retreat that treats guests to a breathtaking view of downtown Las Vegas from atop a chic hotel and casino. Here, guests can saunter up to walk-up bar to order specialty cocktails, enjoy bottle service and appetizers in drapery-veiled cabanas, or recline on blankets to count passing UFOs. A lunch menu of American classics?including fried chicken, burgers, and pizza?invites visitors to spread out a blanket and picnic under the sun.
Come evening, the luxury haven caters to both warm and chilly nights with a crackling fire pit keeping guests toasty and an azure swimming pool keeping them cool. As for entertainment, live blackjack games and live bands help visitors revel into the wee hours.
The Triple George Grill in downtown Vegas is the very embodiment of the phrase “old is gold.” All polished dark wood and brass accents the grill’s interior design lends it an air of decorum that is sophisticated without being intimidating. You cannot go wrong with its classic menu of fresh-caught San Francisco Bay style seafood flavorful pastas and juicy dry-aged steaks. The shrimp scampi here is renowned for being so good it might have to be classified as a narcotic. Classy comfortable and accessible there’s a little something for everybody at the Triple George Grill whether you’re looking to unwind from a long day on the Strip or close a deal over lunch.
Pizza Rock, located in Las Vegas, Nevada, features gourmet pizzas, unique cocktails, a great wine list, all combined with live entertainment. The downtown venue offers an energetic and artistic nightlife party vibe. The restaurant and bar is owned by George Karpaty, Tony Gemignani, and Trevor Hewitt, who each bring a significant advantage to the table. Tony Gemignani, crafts artisan pizzas out of a special dough made with honey malted Guinness beer. The other two owners have extensive experience running successful night clubs. Tony has won numerous world pizza championships and brings his own unique style to give customers delicious specialty pizzas like the Sicilian-style Burratina Di Margherita. The restaurant has four different pizza ovens that cook up amazing quality pizzas using only the finest ingredients. They often have drink specials in the bar, football game time specials and various entertainment events.