Ten years ago, executive-chef Craig “Andy” Beardslee and pal Johnny Rivera set out to bring country-style cooking to an urban environment. Today, the duo’s award-winning eatery Hash House A Go Go has expanded from its original San Diego home into five Vegas locations, including a spot inside The M Resort Spa & Casino Las Vegas. Drawing from his work with agriculture and livestock, chef Beardslee kicks up house-made farm favorites, adding innovative flavors to fried chicken, french toast, and meatloaf recipes. The generously portioned entrees pair well with creative concoctions, such as a BLT bloody mary, a far more successful drink than its predecessor, the grilled-cheese martini.
Situated among the Miracle Mile Shops at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, Fresh Grill & Bar fuses flavor and fast service into one appetite-taming experience. Inside, chefs whip up orders as visitors watch, including gourmet wraps, salads, grilled sandwiches, half-pound Angus burgers, and other hearty eats. Before settling near one of the restaurant's large plasma TVs, diners may personalize their plates at the sauce and dressing bar or snag a frozen drink and souvenir cups from the daiquiri bar.
Treasure Island's location on the Strip comes in close proximity to dozens of attractions, including a pedestrian bridge that connects the hotel to Fashion Show Mall. After perusing high-end wares, travelers can stroll down the Strip to bathe in the neon lights, hop between nightclubs, or get hitched in one of the city’s infamous themed chapels. An array of shows dazzles on a nightly basis, from standup comedians to Motown revues to opulent magic shows. Off the Strip, the quirky Pinball Hall of Fame caters to one’s arcade-craving inner child with vintage amusements, such as the 1952 Crossroads pinball machine.
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Build-your-own burger joint Grind Burger Bar & Lounge focuses on freshness, building its patties from never-frozen meats—ground beef, ground turkey, or chicken—and fresh vegetables. Chefs festoon burgers in custom accoutrement such as fried eggs, grilled asparagus, sicilian olive salad, and cheeses from cheddar to pungent blue. The resulting sandwich can tower up to 10 inches tall, much like traditional grilled cheese after posture lessons. Patrons can pair their burgers with classic fries or the funkier crunch of thai calamari. Alternatively, 20-ounce milkshakes in chocolate, vanilla or strawberry work with the classic rock tunes to evoke the feel of an old-school diner.
Want to eat at one of the top 20 best barbeque places in America? What about a restaurant that has been talked about and praised in multiple news sources? Okay, so it’s on Highland Drive and it’s hard to find, but set your GPS for adventure and go to Rollin Smoke Barbeque! Multiple papers have praised the slow cooked meats and meals at Rollin Smoke Barbeque. While it’s a little hard to find, the search is well worth it. Their menu includes things like ‘The Outlaw Burger’ with brisket, cabbage, slaw and a handful of other classic, good toppings sure to ruin your shirt (Always dress appropriately when eating barbeque!). Their seafood combo has delicious catfish, shrimp and hush puppies and with great a la carte choices at good prices, you can build your own meal to your liking. Their prices are really affordable, especially for good Las Vegas food. So, gamble, take in a show, drink and be merry, and eat at Rollin Smoke Barbeque!