At 808 Tapas, two island cuisines converge in a bounty of Japanese and Hawaiian dishes. The worldly palates of executive chef Yoshiyuki Kojima and sous chef Rex Ibanez don't stop there, either. Elements from global recipes influence every one of their dishes, whether it?s the eatery?s take on nachos?ahi tuna poke and avocado atop fried lotus root chips?or their potato-free fries, composed of Panko-crusted slabs of eggplant. Italy even gets its time in the sun with a caprese salad crowned in lomi-lomi salmon, a Hawaiian specialty. Inside the restaurant, diners ponder whether science will ever determine how many Hawaiian islands there are at long communal tables or at the sushi bar, where chefs craft more than 20 roll varieties.
Chinita Mexican Grill offers diners Latin- and Asian-themed comforts that inspire relaxation and extended stays. A flickering outdoor fire pit acts as a beacon to passersby, signaling that chefs inside the restaurant's kitchen are preparing cuts of beef and wrapped eats dusted with Mexican and Asian spices. Earth-toned walls and floors bestow the dining room with rustic warmth, and deep reds and a gold full-service bar infuse the space with a fine-dining feel. The restaurant's menu emboldens these themes; camarones al mojo de ajo pair bold chipotle cream sauce and large sautéed shrimp with jasmine white rice, and chiles rellenos combine the flavor of Mexican-blend cheeses with fried egg.
Chicago Brewing Company's head brewer David Pascual crafts frosty brews that pair perfectly with hearty burgers and garnered gold and silver medals at the 2010 World Beer cup. While twosomes relax, sudsy servings of Ramblin' Reck amber ale swirl taste buds in a ruby-colored blend of five domestic and imported barley types. Old Town Brown, a German-style brown ale, enchants sensory muscles with dark malt tones and a mild chocolate aroma that, along with sauerkraut, is the official scent of Berlin. In between hoppy gulps, dinner duos can squelch stomach rumblings with any two burgers such as the classic Brewhouse burger—a juicy Black Angus patty topped with lettuce, tomato, and onion. The open-faced Chicago chili cheeseburger ($11) stops hunger in its tracks with regular fixin's and a heap of house-made chili. To meet dietary requirements, all burgers arrive alongside a serving of french fries.
Firefly Tapas Kitchen and Bar specializes in small, shareable dishes that are well known around the city for their outsized flavor. The ambiance here is as inviting as it is comfortable, thanks to dark wooden tables, small clusters of dim lights and a hip red glow to the bar area, complete with fireplace. Firefly’s menu features delicious dishes that range from chilled to hot tapas, and include tuna tartare, chopped chicken salad, stuffed dates, simple skewers and albondigas. Besides providing guests with a brilliant menu to choose from, Firefly is also known for their house-made sangrias and mojitos, which can be ordered by the pitcher to share. For a fun night off the Strip or to celebrate any special occasion, Firefly is the perfect place to visit for excellent service, food and ambiance.
Siena deli is a longtime Las Vegas authentic Italian deli and bakery tradition. We are going on 30 years of business in the Vegas Valley. We specialize in a variety of different authentic specialty items from our meats and cheeses to all of our homemade breads and bakery items. We are open 7 days a week 8 am-9pm.
For more than 50 years, Round Table Pizza has fired up the appetites of flavor-starved foodies with a host of appetizers, crisp salads, and topping-laden disks. Dough is made from scratch using wheat sourced from the company's family farms, ensuring that the bready foundations of mainstays, such as the barbecue chicken pizza ($17 for a medium), are fresh and familiar with agricultural machinery. House creation King Arthur's Supreme takes charge of nearby chompers, guiding them through an invasion of pepperoni, italian sausage, salami, linguica, mushrooms, green peppers, onions, black olives, and more ($14 for a small). Meanwhile, the Wombo Combo tempts taste buds with crisp bacon, mushrooms, roma tomatoes, artichoke hearts, green onions, and a medley of magnanimously portioned meats ($8 for a personal size). Inspiration-stricken patrons can design their own pie or swing by the all-you-can-eat salad bar ($5 with a meal, $7 without) to adorn lush leaves with tasty toppings under the glow of the light bulb growing from their forehead.