Whether catering to a girls’ birthday party or delicately pampering a single pair of hands, The NailPort Nail Salon's devout technicians use high-end CND Vinylux, OPI and Gelish products to pamper their clients' faces and bodies. During spa mani-pedis, they file ragged edges and push back encroaching cuticles to make room for colorful decorations sealed beneath long-lasting Shellac coats. Chemical peels improve appearance of hands and feet, eyelash extensions add ferocity to peepers, and brow tinting helps standout hairs blend in with underlying skin tones or jungle foliage.
On any night of the week, the vibe inside Blondies Sports Bar & Grill is as electric as the neon beer signs and side-by-side big-screen TVs that light up the brick-lined bar. The sights and sounds of UFC matches and NBA games entertain guests as they cut into a rib-eye steak or throw back a freshly poured pint of Bud or Shock Top. Overheard, colorful college football pennants hang from the ceiling, encouraging patrons to get into the competitive spirit themselves during weekly beer pong tourneys.
Splitting the difference between boot-shaped Italian fare and inherently patriotic American dishes, Boulevard Bar & Grille offers diners a hearty, varied menu that covers all three main meals. The BLVD Deuce burger ($9.95) arrives with a spare beef patty, a dollop of special sauce, and a choice of fries, slaw, chips, soup, or pasta, and the eggplant-parmigiana sandwich ($8.95) offers tomato-sauced sustenance for vegetarians tired of being the villain after eating entire community gardens. Start your day as sweetly rebellious as Danny Zuko with a serving of homemade crème brûlée ($5.95), or opt for a more traditional breakfast feast, such as the vegetable-laden frittata sandwich ($6.95), served until noon on weekdays and 1 p.m. on weekends. A smoke-free dining area ensures a clear-aired meal before ambling back to the strip to gamble on the fanciness of gamblers’ gambling outfits.
We have three convenient locations in Las Vegas—and have been a favorite of locals since 1990. It's a great place to hang out with friends and family, relax with co-workers after work, or catch a late night meal. We are known for our simple, but delicious food at very reasonable prices-- Open 24/7/365!
Most states have made drinking alcohol at home illegal due to the proliferation of home facial-tattoo machines. Enjoy alcohol in public with today's deal: for $10, you get $20 worth of food and drinks at Blue Ox Tavern, Blue Ox Central, or Blue Ox East, Minnesota Vikings–themed bars dedicated to the westward expansion of Midwestern hospitality. Choose from the following Blue Ox locations:
Wager dessert money on video poker or catch a Vikings game while perusing Blue Ox's menu. Heavy on finger-ready fare and appetizers, Blue Ox offers fried, battered, and basket-dwelling basics. Try an order of extra-long fries ($3.75) or beer-battered onion rings ($5.75) as a starter, before delving into dinner with six fried jumbo shrimp ($14.25), a grilled chicken-breast sandwich ($6.75), or the Minnesota Twin Burger ($7.50), which stacks two 1/3-pound Angus patties atop each other in meaty might. Pabulum-seeking Paul Bunyans can swing appetite axes into a juicy 6-ounce steak ($11.75) or enjoy their beef roasted and sliced with the Minnesota Timberwolves French Dip ($7.50). Breakfast and lunch are also served, along with an extensive selection of beer and wine.
Open 24 hours a day, all Blue Ox locations provide nourishment for night owls, early birds, and afternoon albatrosses alike. In between courses, kill time with video-gambling gaming, including poker, keno, blackjack, and slot machines. Misplaced Midwesterners will appreciate familiar football programming, a cheerful staff, and the comfort of knowing that they've yet again escaped the cold steel claws of an Iron Range winter.
Brooksy's Bar and Grill's epicurean engineers populate a menu with assorted pub fare, which complements a lively bar atmosphere. Hearty mozzarella-stick appetizers ($5.95) ignite appetites, nudging them to devour an army of hunger-halting sandwiches such as Brooksy's burger ($8.95), a half-pound char-grilled burger topped with a choice of cheese and served with a side of fries. Pizza chefs sling sauce-slathered 'zas, including 16-inch cheese pizzas ($9.95) and 16-inch Butcher Blocks, which unite sausage, pepperoni, ham, and bacon bits like a piñata stuffed with meat ($15.95). In between forkfuls of pub grub, patrons can take in Brooksy's close-up views of the adjoining Las Vegas Ice Center's hockey action, or challenge friends to an in-house shuffleboard match.