Restaurants in Spring Valley

$10 for $20 Worth of Diner Food at Rambo's Kitchen

Rambo's Kitchen

Rhodes Ranch

Eclectic, ’60s-themed diner serves up breakfast burritos, fish ‘n’ chips, and monte cristos filled with swiss cheese, shaved turkey and ham

$20 $10

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$12.75 for $20 Worth of Modern American Food for Brunch at Embers

Embers

Las Vegas

Upscale American entrees include blueberry ricotta pancakes, filet benedicts with hollandaise, and smoked bacon and ham croissants

$20 $12.75

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Italian Cuisine and Drinks for Dinner at Dal Toro Ristorante (Up to 45% Off). Three Options Available.

Dal Toro Ristorante

The Strip

Classic Italian dishes with contemporary twists served inside a chic restaurant connected to an exotic car showroom

$60 $38

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$21 for $35 Worth of Pizza — Tuscany Pizzeria

Tuscany Pizzeria

Las Vegas

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$35 $21

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Steakhouse Food for Two or Four at the Riviera Hotel (Up to 50% Off)

R Steak & Seafood

Las Vegas

Filet mignon, lamb chops, and slow-braised short ribs served with fine-dining expertise

$100 $52

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Dine-In Taco Meal for Two or Four, or $20 Toward Take-Out at Tacos & Beer (Up to 43% Off)

Tacos & Beer

Paradise

Slow-roasted pork, marinaded steak, and tender chicken fill fresh tortillas alongside crisp veggies an savory salsas

$34.20 $20

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Prix Fixe Dinner for Two or $11 for $20 Worth of Italian Food at Bonanno’s New York Restaurant (Up to 51% Off)

Bonanno’s New York Restaurant

Las Vegas

Restaurant brings the flavors of Italy and east-coast Italian to the desert, with pasta from Italy, seafood, pizzas, and outdoor dining

$20 $11

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Italian Food for Lunch or Dinner, or Prix-Fixe Meal for Two at Mezzo Bistro and Wine (Up to 50% Off)

Mezzo Bistro and Wine

Las Vegas

Fresh fish enhances a menu of hand-rolled meatballs, calamari cut to order, housemade sauces, and wine

$30 $16

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French-Creole and Cajun Cuisine and Drinks at Rhythm Kitchen Seafood & Steaks (48% Off). Two Options Available.

Rhythm Kitchen Seafood & Steaks

Spring Valley

Menu puts a Cajun and French-Creole twist on Southern food crafting signature jambalaya, crayfish, catfish, and steak creations

$50 $26

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Mexican-American Food or a Weekday Open Bar for One at Senor Frog's in Treasure Island (Up to 50% Off)

Senor Frog's

The Strip

Tacos, burritos, burgers, and barbecue make mouths water at this festive eatery filled with bright colors and heady drinks

$40 $24

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$12 for $24 Worth of Eclectic Bar Food at Mad Matty's Bar & Grill

Mad Matty's Bar & Grill

Mad Matty's Bar & Grill

Half-pound Angus beef burgers topped with black forest ham or barbecue and bacon, country fried steak, and the well known Prime Rib Special

$24 $12

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$36 for $80 Worth of Italian Cuisine for Parties of Two at Bacio Italian Cuisine at the Tropicana

Bacio Italian Cuisine

The Strip

Pure, simple flavors shine in a menu of traditional Italian dishes served inside a trattoria-style setting at the Tropicana hotel

$80 $36

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$6 for $12 Worth of Burgers, Melts, and Shakes at Johnny Rockets

Johnny Rockets

Multiple Locations

Servers in 1950s-style bowties and paper hats cheerfully dish up chili fries, hand-dipped milkshakes, and 11 kinds of burgers

$12 $6

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Pub Snacks, Beer, and Live Comedy for Two or Four at Wicked Vicky Tavern (Up to 71% Off)

Wicked Vicky Tavern

The Strip

Choose from dozens of beers to pair with pub snacks such as buffalo wings and crispy calamari, then head to the Riviera’s comedy club

$85.83 $26

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Two or Four Vegan Entrees and Fresh-Squeezed Juices at Simply Pure (37% Off)

Simply Pure

Las Vegas

Fresh-squeezed juices and vegan entrees, many of which feel as hearty as bona fide bar food—as in the raw chili cheese fries with vegan beef

$39.99 $25

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$15 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $14 Worth of Japanese Cuisine at Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill ($28 Total Value)

Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill

Enterprise

Japanese cuisine such as steamed rice bowls and noodle bowls with wok-stirred fresh veggies

$14 $7.50

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Indian Cuisine for Two or Four at Origin India (50% Off)

Origin India

Las Vegas

Traditional Indian cuisine with a modern upscale twist, described by Rachael Ray as "evolved Indian food"

$30 $15

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One Large Pizza with Two Glasses of Beer or Wine, or Two Pasta Dishes at East Side Pizza (Up to 50% Off)

East Side Pizza

Las Vegas

New York–style hand-tossed pizzas served with beer or wine; gourmet pastas served with garlic bread and salad

$28.04 $14

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$99 for an Ultimate Fantasy Football Draft Party for Up to 12 at Midtown Bar & Pizza Kitchen ($200 Value)

Midtown Bar & Pizza Kitchen

Las Vegas

Guests make their picks on a 60-inch television while enjoying pizza, wings, and beer

$200 $99

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Select Local Merchants

• For $31, you get a ticket for seating in section 104, 106 (rows 15–30), or 128 (rows 15–30) (a $49.50 value before fees, or up to a $62.95 value online, including all ticketing fees). • For $57, you get a ticket for seating in section 7, 101, 103, 106 (rows 1–14), C108, C109, C125, C126, 128 (rows 1–14), 131, or 133 (a $99.50 value before fees, or up to a $114.45 value online, including all ticketing fees). • For $83, you get a ticket for seating in section 4–6, 108, 110, 111, 123, 124, 126, C110, or C124 (a $149.50 value before fees, or up to a $165.95 value online, including all ticketing fees).

4500 W Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas,
NV
US

For its more than 20 types of golden-brown pancakes and plentiful selection of omelets, waffles, crepes, and other hearty American breakfast dishes, The Original Pancake House has gleaned accolades ranging from a Zagat rating and a feature on The Food Channel to being named one of the nation's top 200 franchises in 2009 by Franchise Times. It's no wonder why. Since 1953, every one of the family business?s morning specialties have been prepared from scratch daily with a commitment to real ingredients such as pure whipping cream, hard-wheat unbleached flour, and butter made from fresh sweet cream. Powdered sugar lines the souffl?-styled rims of oven-baked German pancakes, which The Food Channel lauds for their "ever so-slightly crispy" edges and calls "just the right balance between a crepe and a pancake." Apple pancakes?with granny-smith apples in the batter and sinkiang cinnamon glaze on top?are another favorite, and those tart apples also share the menu with fresh blueberries and toasted Georgia pecans for a turn to simmer in Belgian-waffle circles like actual grannies in syrup-filled jacuzzis. Unique ingredients add distinction to house specialties such as oven-baked mushroom-sherry-sauce-topped omelets and gourmet fruit-filled crepes garnished with sweet cherry-wine sauce. To accentuate the flavors of each meal, The Original Pancake House brews its own signature coffee blend.

Primm Valley Resort 31900 S Las Vegas Blvd
Primm,
NV
US

The folks at Rambo's Kitchen admit it sounds a little crazy—a 1960s-themed diner with pop-culture paraphernalia and a surfer vibe. But they challenge guests to come in and fall in love with the eclectic, friendly spot, where they dish up breakfast, lunch, and dinner at all hours. Outside, rainbow-colored patio umbrellas shield alfresco tables, and inside, you'll find what Jim Begley of the Las Vegas Sun refers to as "a kaleidoscope…awash with psychedelic tones" and tributes to the '60s, be they vibrant daisy prints or pictures of celebs such as Twiggy and Jim Morrison.

Many reviewers caution diners not to judge the place on its flashy decor alone, or, as Begley puts it in Las Vegas Weekly, "you'll miss out on some great cooking." The menu's all-day breakfast specialties include freshly baked biscuits ladled with country gravy and pork chops paired with two eggs. Lunch offerings range from traditional to off-the-wall: freshly shaved pastrami piled on marble rye goes up against burgers loaded with peanut butter and bacon. The signature Rambo burger stuffs its half-pound patty with cheeses, then stacks it with pulled pork, barbecue sauce, and an onion ring or a vintage Beatles record. Diners who want to linger in the psychedelic ambiance can order up a hand-scooped malt or shake, which arrives in an old-fashioned tin and garnished with whipped cream.

6085 South Fort Apache Road
Las Vegas,
NV
US

The year is 1989, and due to his wild success as a professional rapper and Public Enemy member, cooking chicken is likely the last thing on Flavor Flav's mind. Or is it? His father, William Drayton Sr., owned a Long Island eatery called the Soul Diner, and for Flavor Flav—who, according to the Clinton Herald, earned a culinary degree in 1978—cooking soul food runs in the family. Fast-forward to present day, and you'll find that Flavor Flav, who is also a reality TV star, hasn't fallen far from the family tree. When he's not busy laying down rhymes for Public Enemy or helping Elton John convert 111 million football fans into Pepsi drinkers, he tends to his celebrity-centric take-out restaurant naturally called Flavor Flav's House of Flavor, which has its customers lining up around the block for tastes of Flavor's personal recipes for sauce-slathered chicken and slow-cooked ribs.

The staff divvies out the menu's bounty—fried chicken and shrimp, mac 'n' cheese, and signature red velvet waffles sprinkled with powdered sugar, edible pieces of art that diners can't wait to ruin by eating. Though space is limited inside the take-out-only restaurant, Flavor himself shows up from time to time to dole out chicken, shake hands with adoring fans, and hobnob with celebrities and friends such as J. Cole, Lil Wayne, and Dr. Farrah Gray.

3333 S Maryland Pkwy
Las Vegas,
NV
US

History was made on November 11, 2013. Something occurred at Omelet House & More that hadn't happened since the restaurant opened its first location back in 1979. A customer named Ivan became the first to down both of the restaurant's "monster challenges." The first boss: a 12-egg omelet with sides. The second: a three-pound burger (with more sides, of course). An impressive feat?one that earned the man a T-shirt and immortalization within the restaurant's hallowed walls. Thankfully, there's no need for customers to scale that culinary mountain. Each of the diner's three locations boasts a breakfast and lunch menu with dozens of items that don't require an industrial-size stomach.

For breakfast, there's stuffed french toast and steaks covered in sausage gravy. Lunchtime brings a shift in focus to homemade soups, sandwiches, and half-pound burgers, including one covered in Ortega chiles. The two diners on Boulder Highway also serve a light Mexican menu, while the one at Boulder Highway and Russell stays open for dinner Friday and Saturday nights?the perfect occasions for celebrating the weekend with a hand-cut steak. One thing all locations have in common: classic diner booths and kitschy knick-knacks, which like the restaurant's country-style scramblers, are cheesy in the best possible way.

2160 W Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas,
NV
US

Pasta and horsepower. Though it may not be a run-of-the-mill pairing, at Dal Toro Ristorante the two are not incongruous. After all, if anything can get the blood pumping like the timeless rides of Dal Toro Exotic Cars, with which the traditional Italian restaurant shares an address (the two are adjacent to each other in the Palazzo Hotel and Casino), it's chef Fiorenzo Trunzo's Spaghetti fra Diavola. Sautéed whole Maine lobster and baby shrimp bathed in a brandy tomato sauce, sumptuous as a Rolls-Royce. Or perhaps it's the filletto roquefort, another star of the dinner menu, which pairs a prime filet mignon with a rich roquefort cheese sauce. Or the sautéed Mediterranean sea bass, oven-finished and drizzled with white wine-lemon sauce.

At lunchtime the menu takes a lighter turn, but day or night the setting for chef Trunzo's culinary creations remains the same. Marbled entrances and mosaic fountains lead the way to a dining room of cherry-red chandeliers and plush, red-and-gold-striped booths. Outside, wicker chairs line a patio located a mere meatball's-throw away from buzzing Las Vegas Boulevard. Once diners have twirled their last forkful, they enjoy complimentary admission to the car showroom, where they can ask the custom 1939 Studebaker about life before Interstates.

3325 South Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas,
NV
US