Nestled in the Riviera Hotel and Casino, R Steak & Seafood Restaurant spreads out a straight flush of beef fillets from 6 ounces to 24 ounces. Each comes seasoned with the same distinctive signature spice rub the casino’s dealers use to make the cards extra lucky. Grilled, sautéed, or blackened, seafood selections such as mahi mahi and surf 'n' turf with drawn butter and lemon tempt the gourmand in every gamer. Wait staff can recommend wine pairings and selections from a suite of sauces—including béarnaise, demi-glace, bourbon barbecue, and au poivre—to match any of the slabs of tender protein. Without leaving the grounds, diners can try their chances at 100,000 square feet of table games and slot machines at the casino, or stop off for regular entertainment such as Jan Rouven’s Illusions magic show, live music at Le Bistro Lounge, and a bustling comedy club featuring local favorites and national headliners.
Head chef and owner Scott Ghormley revealed the inspiration behind Rhythm Kitchen Seafood & Steaks to Nevada Magazine, saying, "I love the food and culture in the southern part of the country. And that's what I wanted to bring to Las Vegas." His menu backs that statement up with a slate of creole and Cajun classics such as jambalaya and a medley of catfish and shrimp in the N'Awlins Seafood Delight. Scott and his staff embellish their signature steaks and crayfish with sauces and fresh spices, and maintain a robust wine list to accompany dishes.
The decor reflects the fare's New Orleans origins, with a golden fleur-de-lis and a ferocious alligator figurine accenting a dining room of white tablecloths and maroon napkins. The banquet room, which comfortably welcomes up to 250 partygoers, boasts black leather booths and a bar with two TVs showing sports or nature documentaries about the world's most ornery reptiles.
Recently featured on Channel 13’s Cool in Vegas, Lazy Joe’s bounteous booties of East Coast–flavored fare are cooked in pure soybean oil and served in an enjoyable, easygoing atmosphere. Bait appetites with a water-sourced starter such as classic calamari ($8.99), or sample the flowering onion, a blooming ring of chewy onion rings pollinated by crying bees ($5.99). Entrees are equally enticing—Lazy Joe's offers such ravenousness-relinquishing meals as whole belly clams, which are flown directly from New England and arrive replete with local flavor and Red Sox–related passions. The breaded entrees at Lazy Joe’s are gluten-free, hand-rolled in a special concoction of crumbs that is Celiac-friendly and pugnacious to wheat-based proteins.
The mention of Las Vegas usually conjures up images of spinning roulette wheels and stone-faced poker players. If that’s what you’re looking for, you’ll want to make a beeline for the casinos lining the neon-lit Strip. Palace Station makes getting there easy with regularly scheduled shuttle service. For a less intimidating experience, check out the downtown casinos, where the limits are lower and the pace is less frenetic.Getting off the Strip has other advantages too, including cheaper buffets and more chances to admire the Mojave Desert. At Red Rock Canyon—located 6 miles northwest of the hotel—30 miles of hiking trails wind past red sandstone formations and picturesque waterfalls. A looping scenic byway provides a drive-by tour of the canyon, passing by ancient petroglyphs and discarded Acme products left over from failed roadrunner-catching attempts. The site’s visitor center features an interactive exhibit detailing local wildlife, geology, and nearly 10,000 years of human history in the canyon.Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.
Authentic New England Seafood restaurant with breakfast served all day, lunch and dinner. Inside DOC HOLLIDAY'S. Owend by UFC fighter Allen "Monstah Lobstah" Berube, he brings the delicious charm of Boston food and friendly service and lobstahs! Also serving burgers, kids menu and live lobstah tank. The BEST Tail in Town!