Aloha! That’s the greeting guests might hear when they step into L&L Hawaiian Barbecue. This eatery is located in Las Vegas, but its vibes are lush and tropical. The founders of L&L began sharing their Hawaiian cooking with the masses in 1976, and over the years they have expanded beyond the paradise island. Continents come together in flavor in a blend of Hawaiian and Asian cuisine. The scrumptious Loco Moco, Hawaiian Barbecue hamburger patties over rice with gravy and eggs, has become a customer favorite. Health-conscious patrons will find nutritional information on the restaurant’s website, along with a sampling of their menu items. With locations in over ten U.S. states and three countries, it is time to try L&L Hawaiian Barbecue!
Famous Dave's was started by a man who had a passion for barbecue. He began simply cooking up delicious barbecued ribs and brisket in a backyard slow cooker. He dedicated himself to experimenting with rubs and spices in order to perfect his recipes. Today, there are numerous Famous Dave restaurants across America, and all of them use Dave’s recipes to create tender, tasty meats and side dishes. The Las Vegas/Blue Diamond menu includes appetizers, classic dishes like country roasted chicken, tender ribs, combo plates and sandwiches. They have specials during the lunch hour and do serve beer and mixed drinks. The restaurant has won over 700 awards since 1994 when the first BBQ place was opened. Franchise opportunities are available.
Do you want to experience game day food and backyard barbecuing without having to do the work? Then Famous Dave’s is the place to be! The fun, party atmosphere will guarantee a good time each time you dine. Ribs, burgers, and BBQ are just some of the great foods that you can dig into at Famous Dave’s--you can also dig into some of their decadent desserts! You will feel like you’re outside grilling with friends but with none of the fuss. Have a cold drink as you relax and enjoy the game on television, or enjoy some live music and craft beers as you dine. Famous Dave’s is a party that everyone's invited to--and we think you'll have a great time!
Whether you want to sit down for dinner, take a meal home, or have a whole party catered with scrumptious American fare, Famous Dave's on Rainbow Boulevard has got what you need. Serving up such fine creations as brisket burgers prepared in several styles and bread pudding that will make your mouth water, Famous Dave's dishes up generous portions of down-home favorites at prices that can fit even the tightest budget. Famous Dave's is open seven days a week, so come down and see for yourself how it was that Famous Dave's became so famous.
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.
Rock & Rita's, touted as "all fun" by Las Vegas Magazine, houses a bevy of cooks who sizzle up barbecue grub as bottle-twirling bartenders serve cool drinks amid psychedelic décor. The restaurant's philly cheesesteak "is a beauty," according to Las Vegas Magazine, sending taste buds into nostalgic revelry with a down-home blend of Cheez Whiz and paper-thin beef. Icy draft beers, well drinks, and 44-ounce fishbowl beverages fill the full bar, fashioned from a large prismatic bus, and bartenders toss bottles, juggle glasses, and balance barstools while pouring drinks and reciting the list of past mayoral candidates from memory. Rock & Rita's showcases karaoke on Thursdays and live-music entertainment on various nights throughout the week.