Whether you want to sit down for dinner, take a meal home, or have a whole party catered with scrumptious American fare, Famous Dave's on Rainbow Boulevard has got what you need. Serving up such fine creations as brisket burgers prepared in several styles and bread pudding that will make your mouth water, Famous Dave's dishes up generous portions of down-home favorites at prices that can fit even the tightest budget. Famous Dave's is open seven days a week, so come down and see for yourself how it was that Famous Dave's became so famous.
Rib joint Tony Roma's in Las Vegas offers the best fall-off-the-bone flavor, along with tasty sides. Tony Roma's is also a good option for those with special dietary needs, offering both low-fat and gluten-free items on the menu. Find time to peruse the wine list here — Tony Roma's offers a variety of drink options. Little guys and gals will also love dining at Tony Roma's, which offers a family-friendly environment (and menu).
Put the suit away when heading to Tony Roma's — dress is casual, as are the vibes. You can also grab your grub to go. Impress the patrons at your next gathering by calling in Tony Roma's for catering.
Menu items at Tony Roma's tend to be mid-priced, so expect to plop down about $30 per person to dine here.
Though Zhigang Wang mastered the art of sushi in Tokyo, he refined a second Japanese culinary art—hibachi—during an eight-year tenure at The Mirage in Las Vegas. Today, he showcases both cooking styles as head chef of Ohjah Japanese Steakhouse Rainbow.
Before they can assemble rolls from handpicked ingredients in Zhigang's kitchen, all Ohjah's sushi chefs must have at least six years of sushi-rolling experience. That training shines through on the menu's many specialties including the french kiss roll, a shrimp tempura, crab, and cucumber medley covered with mango-tomato salsa. They also cook elements that many chefs might usually keep raw, whether its deep-frying the casino roll's salmon and asparagus or baking the Japanese lasagna roll's crab and cream cheese.
Away from the sushi bar, Ohjah's hibachi chefs show off their culinary wizardry at the restaurant's teppanyaki tables. As flames shoot from the grills, chefs sear succulent cuts of everything from kobe beef to teriyaki-flavored scallop and halibut. More hot dishes emerge from Ohjah's kitchen, including "nachos" made from wonton chips smothered in avocado and spicy sautéed crab.
The spirit of friendly competition pervades throughout Crowbar. On a Saturday night, you’ll find the Crowbar Poker League vying for the champion jackpot of $2,000, as more casual gamers play rounds of steel-tip darts, pool, and arcade favorites such as Golden Tee. To fuel the rivalries, chefs whip up classic bar fare such as mozzarella sticks, mushroom burgers, and grilled chicken wraps. In addition to the weekend revelry, Crowbar keeps a calendar of special events and 15 gambling machines onsite for midweek statistics-class field trips.
Fresh Las Vegas serves what might be the trifecta of beloved American foods?barbecue, burgers, and pizza. On the grill, smoke rolls over everything from brisket and slabs of baby back ribs to hot links and grilled chicken. Half-pound Angus patties are transformed into specialty burgers such as the Mexicali with avocado, fried jalapenos, and pepper jack cheese. In the kitchen, cooks build equally inventive pizzas, including, of course, a barbecue chicken pie with bacon and onions. Ordering cake pops for dessert gives you a reason to hang around after dinner, as does throwing your car keys onto the roof.