Roma Deli & Restaurant distills the flavors of Italy into its menu and its stores' shelves, which overflow with Old World--style pastas, sauces, and wines. As owner Giuseppe Consarino told the Las Vegas Review Journal in 2010, "a lot of people claim [to use] Grandma's recipes. We have our own grandma in the kitchen." He went on to describe the deli's passion for Italian culinary traditions, such as making sausages and mozzarella in-house and seeking out freshly baked loaves of bread. These ingredients lend rustic flavors to the assortment of hearty sandwiches, sauce-glazed pastas, and prosciutto-topped entrees on the menu.
Roma Deli & Restaurant's decor pays similar homage to Italian culture. A striped awning crowns the deli counter, and the walls sport Old World touches, such as vintage advertisements for Italian wines and a painted mural that commemorates the invention of Rome's first food blog.
Opened in 2001, Chronic Tacos delivers generous portions of Mexican cuisine to customers across four states and in Canada. Derived from third-generation family recipes, the menu features a plethora of hunger-humbling options. Let finger tendrils coil around burritos ($5.99+), quesadillas ($5.99+), and tacos ($2.99)—available in carne asada, al pastor, pollo asada, carnitas, and vegetarian varieties—before depositing them in ravenous maws. Salsa is mixed daily with fresh vegetables, and chips are cooked in-house. Chronic Tacos opens at 9 a.m. to accommodate early-rising tortilla disciples by serving breakfast burritos, bowls, and tacos.
Since 1989, Mad Matty's Bar & Gril has kept its doors open 24 hours a day, keeping patrons stocked with a full complement of food and entertainment options. Sports beam from the large-screened televisions scattered throughout the dining section, and the gaming area, complete with 35 different games, gives folks a chance to test their luck or psychic abilities on everything from Four Card Keno to Double Double Progressive. Meanwhile, the cooks keep hunger pangs at bay by preparing an assortment of hearty, down-home country foods. Country fried steak arrives covered with creamy gravy, tequila-spiked barbecue sauce lends a tangy zip to the baby back ribs, and the half-pound Angus burgers come loaded with everything from bacon and onion rings to Black Forest ham and provolone.
Jasmine Express’s lighting sets the mood. Neon blue window bulbs evoke scenes of Seoul’s bustling nightlife, and backlit rose canopies mimic the warm hues of a Saigon sunset. Candlelight is also in the mix, painting tablecloths with bouncing shadows as waiters’ arms unload Korean kimchee, boiled Vietnamese soups, and bamboo baskets full of shui mai and shrimp dumplings. Patrons can also illuminate plates of Chinese rice dishes available to-order, on the buffet, or sent directly from Beijing by catapult.
Voted "Best New Restaurant in Las Vegas", Little Buddha combines authentic Asian cuisine with a European flair. The new sushi bar is also great for sushi lovers who want up close and personal contact with the chefs. Little Buddha specializes in Asian Fusion cuisine, including traditional Chinese dishes with a French influen
The Summerlin outpost of BJ’s Restaurant is one of three locations throughout Las Vegas. Located directly across from the Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa, the casual eatery always seems to attract a crowd. Well known for brewing their own beer and an eclectic menu that ranges from deep dish pizzas and hamburgers to gluten-free meals, BJ’s loves catering to their guests. New flat-screen TVs throughout the restaurant and a relaxed, if slightly boisterous vibe, make the Summerlin location a welcome destination for all. Around the holidays, guests are treated to a slew of new menu options, from steak and lobster entrées to seared mahi mahi, with souvenir glasses to take home at the end of the night.