Don’t let the shepherd's pie, fish 'n' chips, and draft beers fool you. Though Tilted Kilt snatches up the best cultural fragments of Scotland, England, and the Emerald Isle, the eatery started in Las Vegas. Restaurateur Mark DiMartino sought to combine the communal, rousing feel of pubs in the British Isles with the campy fun of American sports bars, pairing hearty food and traditional trappings with televisions and waitresses clad in mini kilts and alluring plaid halter-tops modeled after William Wallace’s eveningwear. Since its founding, Tilted Kilt locations have popped up in 25 states and two Canadian provinces, serving all manner of hybrid dishes such as the Scottish cheese steak, the Sloppy Jane made with sliced turkey or shaved rib eye, and the Tilted Guilt, an ice-cream sundae perched atop a cookie.
There’s nothing more American than an all-you-can-eat buffet. And there’s no buffet more expansive – and delicious – than the Grand View Buffet. The Grand View Buffet has taken the all-you-can-eat buffet to new heights offering more than just your traditional American cuisine. The Grand View Buffet offers Italian and Asian cuisine, the hard-to-find authentic barbecue, and much, much more. The Grand View Buffet also offers an extensive salad bar and a wide selection of delectable desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. Lunch and dinner hours are sure to provide you with plenty of chances to indulge in all that Grand View Buffet has to offer. Sunday brunch takes Grand View Buffet’s offerings to even loftier heights: prime rib, bone-in ham, breaded torpedo shrimp, eggs benedict, mussels marinara, and more are available for your dining pleasure.
Krista’s Cantina’s menu turns hunger upside down with sauce-slathered wings and amply stuffed hoagies, all whipped up amid a jovial bar vibe. Mirrors vaunting beer insignias steam up as golden fried provolone sticks ($3) and zucchini sticks ($3.75) roll up to tables with zesty sidecars filled with marinara, and a dozen crispy wings ($7.75) can paint a diner's plate in one of more than 20 flavors, ranging from hot barbecue to buttery garlic. The meatball hoagie ($4.50) coats palates with bubbling provolone and marinara and comes with chips and a pickle to help patrons to meet their daily crunch requirements. Burgers range from basic ($2.75) to fancy varieties such as the all-American ($4.50), which, like a pop star about to sing the national anthem, is spoon-fed bacon, fried onions & american cheese.