Before a café can become a country, it must first undergo a thorough biscuit inspection. Today's Groupon celebrates this bureaucratic tradition with $25 worth of homemade meals and drinks at Country Café for $10. The café's new location is a modern watering hole with a charming interior, steaming coffees, and pleasant conversation. Country Café is a family-owned establishment that knows the value of using a family recipe book to the common good of all diners.
A country morning means Country Breakfast with omelettes ($7.50 to $8.75), french toast (two for $6.25), and bona fide biscuits and gravy ($6). Lunch features a variety soups, salads, country sandwiches such as the country-fried steak ($7.50) and a patty melt ($8), and country baskets, like a basket of chicken strips ($8.50) or battered fish ($7.75 for 1 piece). When the supper bell is struck with a supper hammer, the café's dinner menu emerges with a fleet of savory dishes. An 8-ounce rib eye steak ($11) can be accentuated by the company of four jumbo shrimp (for an additional $5.50), and a tender piece of chicken can be chicken-fried to become chicken-fried chicken ($10). Hydrate with a glass of sweet tea ($2.25), and top off the meal with piece of pie, cobbler, or apple dumpling.
Don't let the glut of TV shows about cake scare you into thinking that savory food is on the brink of becoming passé. A meal is an occasion worth slowing down for and brandishing your favorite cutlery carved out of Greek statues to enjoy.
Yelpers and Insider Pagers give Country Café four stars, while Citysearchers and two Judy's Book reviewers give it 4.5. Eighty-five percent of Urbanspooners like it, as do the folks at Off the Strip Dining:
- Crisp maple bacon, flaky buttermilk biscuits , juicy chrbroiled [sic] steak cooked to perfection(medium-rare). Potato Pancakes were a huge hit and the coffee was fantastic. – Off the Strip Dining
- This cafe is owned by a local family not a franchise. Great food, friendly service and if by chance something is wrong they will always make it right. If you haven't tried this cafe you are missing out on one of the wonders of Las Vegas. – lavenderjunklady, Urbanspoon
- This cafe has great food. Their specialty is Chicken Fried Steak. I can honestly say they have the best I have ever tasted. – Eric A., Judy's Book
1725 N Nellis Blvd.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89115Get Directions