There are 42 beers on tap at Firkin on Paradise. But the veritable monsoon of Guinness, Bass, and Old Speckled Hen isn’t the only thing rushing through the air: darts, pool balls, and shuffle board pieces fly about in the name of recreation. And the extensive menu of English pub food only makes the beer and games more enjoyable. It features classics such as fish 'n’ chips, BLTs, and even mac 'n' cheese with ham as an inventive kicker ingredient.
Executive chef Kuldeep Singh reinvents regional Indian cuisine with a menu of family-style dishes and contemporary takes on classics, earning the restaurant a place in the Las Vegas Review-Journal ’s Top 10 Restaurants of 2009. From 3 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., dinner entrees of roasted wild Atlantic black cod splash through pickling spices, before joining organic apple fennel salad and roasted beetroot under a cod vinaigrette ($25), while taste buds relive trips to Rajasthan with miniature slideshows and family-style lamb curry ($16). Groupon holders who dine during lunch can sample from the buffet or introduce forks to vegetarian aloo gobi ($11 for a main, $7 for a side) or chicken makhani, tender tandoori chicken floating along a creamy tomato sauce-paved plate ($12.95). Wild mushroom and truffle oil naan ($4) selflessly dives into steaming dishes, prepared according to the diner's spice preference and ability to dunk a basketball. Mixologist Josef Letasi combines fresh juices and spices in signature cocktails and treats deserving stemware to rare imported beers and wines.
Unique Irish Bar & Grill, centrally located . We are a 24 hour establishment featuring a comfortable living-room-style lounge (holds 20 people), private dining/meeting room (holds 40 people), outside patio (holds 50 people), and large bar area (holds 60 people) great sports viewing with 21 big HD TV screens, excellent food