Johnny McGuire's Deli

6599 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89119 Directions
+17029820002
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Celebrating 2 years in the business in May, Johnny McGuire's Deli crafts piled-high sandwich art, layering each edible masterpiece with premium meats, veggies, and spreads. All sandwiches come in three satisfying sizes: skinny ($6.50), regular ($7.50), and fatty ($12.50). Always suave, the Johnny sandwich dresses in a turkey and bacon overcoat while styling its sprouts with cream cheese and mayo. Tahiti sandwiches surf into view on boards of ham, bacon, and pineapple before applying a slick coat of mayo and cream cheese with an SPF of tasty, and the Ranch Hand wrangles grilled turkey, cheddar, and a unique ranchacado sauce into open mouths. Perfect for pairing with stacked sammies, baked fries smother crispy potato cuts with cheddar, bacon, sour cream, and scallions ($4.50), and giant pickles ($2) promise to crush any lingering hunger under their enormous weight. Breakfast is served all day, allowing guests to drop in anytime to slurp a cup of bottomless joe ($1.50) while their mouths preside over a helping of huevos rancheros ($6.50).

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