My Healthy Meal strives to create nourishing, all-natural meals that don't skimp on flavor. Chefs focus on creating low-fat, low-carb meals such as furikake-crusted salmon, tandoori chicken breast, and turkey tacos. Meals are prepared fresh every day and packaged for guests to pick up at their convenience, then either eat right away or store in their freezer-box cheeks. Before ordering meals, guests can confer with an on-staff nutritionist who helps them establish goals and create menus that cater to their needs.
The Club at LAS keeps patrons comfortable and entertained as they wait for their next flight. Whether due to weather or the airplanes escaping their corrals, delays become a nonissue for travelers as they relax in one of their plush chairs.
At The MadHouse Coffee's two locations, baristas craft hot and cold coffees and teas and serve them up alongside made-to-order sandwiches and freshly baked pastries. Patrons can sip on a peanut-butter-infused Monkey Mocha between bites of the Island of Capri sandwich, full of creamy mozzarella, tomatoes, and oregano hugged by two slices of focaccia bread. The MadHouse Coffee also offers a selection of desserts such as tiramisu, which guests can nibble as they take in the vibrantly remixed pieces of artwork on tables, walls, and employees’ foreheads.
Steaks and seafood act as the centerpiece of Chef Jason Hrach's dinner menu at Sedona Restaurant & Lounge. The classically trained chef concentrates on meats that include New York strip loin with chimichurri, braised beef short ribs, and fried cornish game hen. His artfully plated dishes also showcase plenty of seafood, from striped bass with black bean ragout to planked Atlantic salmon paired with smashed bliss potatoes.
In addition to suggested wine pairings listed for each dinner entree, Sedona's libations include a range of beer and cocktails. Beneath crystal candle-like light fixtures, meals unfold in a dining room replete with leather couches, comfy rolling chairs, and video slots equipped with classic Vegas games.
For years Mr. Wong has mixed crushed ice, rock salt, milk, and other ingredients to concoct his own ice cream. When 2012 rolled around, he decided it was as good a time as any to share his icy treat with the world and open The Perfect Scoop. Today he continues to craft his ice cream onsite, scooping out frosty dollops of more than 20 flavors including a few non-traditional ones such as banana chocolate chip, rum raisin, and ginger. Complementing the colorful array of ice creams are assortments of boba and milk teas, shakes and malts, and sundaes, as well as teas and coffees.
Waffles Cafe satisfies all-day breakfast hankerings with a line of specialty waffles doused in myriad sweet or savory accouterments. Guests can slice into a specialty waffle such as Jeff's favorite, an autumnal amalgamation of pumpkin waffle, apple-pie filling, vanilla ice cream, and caramel sauce, which calls to mind memories of crisp fall leaves and apple picking in the produce aisle. Or, munch thick slices of a Hawaiian or pepperoni waffle pizza. Like brunch or eating pie in a breakfast nook, a banana-split sandwich mingles dishes from multiple mealtimes to form a waffle-stacked creation of ice cream, chocolate sauce, almonds, and sprinkles cleaved together by a sweet layer of whipped cream. Grab a companion and toast to your specialty concoction over sips of coffee, orange juice, or chai latte.
Sagos Baja Tavern & Lounge's eclectic menu satiates cravings for fresh grilled fare, and a full bar and 15 slot machines satisfy parched throats and gaming yens, respectively. Visitors to the Baja-themed sports bar can warm up taste bud teams with starters such as beer-battered jalapeño poppers ($8) or dive into entrees including fish tacos ($9) and the homemade, cilantro-speckled barbecue chicken pizza ($12). The San Felipe spring salad ($10) fills up famished herbivores, and the BLTA brings a classic, sourdough BLT into the 21st century by adding a dollop of fried avocado ($9), the same ingredient that helped mankind avert the Y2K disaster. Fifteen slot machines, two projection screens, and a small army of LCD TVs provide mid-dinner diversion. Sagos pays homage to tropical Baja with palm trees and beach décor but avoids oceanfront perils such as riptides and structurally unsound sandcastles.