Despite its name, The Tailgate Grille isn’t modeled after a parking lot. Leather couches and a gleaming wood bar fill the lounge-like space, whose flat-screen TVs stay firmly tuned to the games du jour. To fuel fan frenzies, the cooks sizzle up a selection of 18 sliders, including miniature burgers, hot dogs, and philly cheesesteaks, and morning-themed sliders, such as the bacon, egg, and cheese and country-fried steak smothered in gravy. They also churn out decadent pizzas, whose toppings and cheese rest on a deep-fried crust, taking deep-fried Snickers bars down a peg. Dipping sauces such as malt vinegar aioli complement sides of fries and onion rings, and four sauces coat bone-in or boneless wings.
From within Icon Salon Spa, licensed aesthetician Cynthia Thompson keeps bods in elegant shape with eyelash extensions, body waxing, and skincare services geared toward treating acne and blemishes. Though a recent graduate of aesthetic school, Cynthia continues to hone her craft by attending continuing-education courses and practicing each of her services blindfolded every day.
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.
When envisioning Giuseppe’s, its restaurateurs wanted to create a welcoming 24-hour space for every occasion, including post-casino noshes and family sit-downs. The menu, also available for online orders, boasts seemingly endless varieties of Italian comfort fare such as homemade linguini in white clam sauce, pork parmigiana, and the mammoth half-pound Cajun beef-patty Black ‘n’ Blue burger.
A game is always playing on one of the eatery’s numerous TVs, particularly at the large rectangular bar where every seat has a good view. Knowledgeable bartenders keep the good times coming as they mix favorite cocktails, pour a frothy brew, or pass down the secrets of mixology garnered from the inventor of the appletini, Isaac Newton. Giuseppe’s large space also accommodates parties and banquets of up to 80 people.
Aces & Ales blends pub-style comfort food and a rotating selection of 22 artisanal beers on tap with musical entertainment, fusing the passions of owner Keri Kelli, craft beer enthusiast and former guitarist for rock legend Alice Cooper. Plucking out distinctive pours more precisely than a neophyte harpist learning "Stairway to Heaven," the staff lines up select imperial stouts and hefeweizens to escort gastropub-inspired bites such as Belgian-style fries with bacon and blue cheese or homemade Maryland crab cakes. The bar's 14 plasma TVs, meanwhile, catch diners' eyes with 55 inches of pro-sports action. A classically trained robot moonlighting as a jukebox emanates waves of nostalgia and patron-selected tunes before local bands take the stage to test the stability of the exposed brick walls, which have previously resonated with the voice of Alice Cooper himself.
McFadden's Las Vegas is the hottest new addition to the family. It is the perfect place to catch your favorite game, join your friends for a few drinks, plan your next event, or let loose with our resident DJ's and our fun bar staff. Located in the Masquerade Village at the Rio. Let's just say, we're not your grandfather's