A country morning means Country Breakfast with omelettes ($7.50 to $8.75), french toast (two for $6.25), and bona fide biscuits and gravy ($6). Lunch features a variety soups, salads, country sandwiches such as the country-fried steak ($7.50) and a patty melt ($8), and country baskets, like a basket of chicken strips ($8.50) or battered fish ($7.75 for 1 piece). When the supper bell is struck with a supper hammer, the café's dinner menu emerges with a fleet of savory dishes. An 8-ounce rib eye steak ($11) can be accentuated by the company of four jumbo shrimp (for an additional $5.50), and a tender piece of chicken can be chicken-fried to become chicken-fried chicken ($10). Hydrate with a glass of sweet tea ($2.25), and top off the meal with piece of pie, cobbler, or apple dumpling.
In business more than 30 years, La Frontera prepares an authentic menu of Mexican dishes using select ingredients, homespun recipes, and fresh hand-rolled tortillas. Kick off savory adventuring with chips and salsa made from scratch daily ($2–$2.50), or dive in with Frontera nachos, a mishmash of meat, veggies, beans, jalapeños, guacamole, and sour cream ($8.75). The chili platter boasts a lineup of red or green chili, beans, rice, salad, and two tortillas ($7.75), and the renowned chili verde, made fresh every morning, slathers savory cuts throughout the menu.
Before heading to The Las Vegas Motor Speedway across the street, many people, including famous race car drivers, stop by for comfort food classics at Mo's Race Day Cafe. The brunch and lunch spot specializes in American fare served with a slight Asian influence. Chefs cook up dishes ranging from chicken cordon bleu to chicken curry and Asian chicken salad with a lime cilantro vinaigrette, tempting diners to do the opposite of the race car drivers who visit: go slowly, savor the moment, and use their blinker when changing tables. Another tempting treat is one of Mo's Race Day Cafe's most popular items—Thai tea, which comes topped with a pillowy dollop of whipped cream.
For 30 years, the griddle gracers at Farmer Boys have lured hungry patrons in with made-to-order burgers, sandwiches, breakfasts, and the jaunty clanging of a real farmhouse bell. On the farmer's burger, a seeded bun wrangles two quarter-pound beef patties, and american cheese and thousand-island dressing trap renegade lettuce, tomato, dill pickles, avocado, and bacon in an engineering feat never before seen atop a regulation-sized bun ($5.49). Eschew prescribed meal options with a breakfast entree at any hour of the day, such as the breakfast burrito with chili, a flour inner-tube encasing eggs, hash browns, chili, and american cheese ($5.39). Salads such as the chicken barbecue ranch salad ($6.99) delectably sate lighter appetites, and the Reese's peanut-butter-cup milkshake renders the beloved candy drinkable at last ($3.59+).
Party USA City fields just about every requirement for festive occasions, supplying hosts and partygoers with balloons and party favors as well as decorations and costumes. With three stores in Las Vegas, Party USA City stocks supplies for any holiday or event, including bridal showers, sports occasions, and breaking the record for celebrating a 39th birthday the most times. Each store's crew takes pride in being a leading Halloween-goods hot spot, carrying a wide swath of costumes for adults, kids, infants, and toddlers.