According to most restaurant critics, the perfect late night meal is served on a plate, which rests on a table with legs. Try some authentic tabletop cuisine with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of globally inspired cuisine and cocktails at John Cutter, located on Charleston Boulevard.
John Cutter, which stays open until 2:30 a.m. every night of the week, adds a dash of flare to Las Vegas nightlife with hearty, globally inspired cuisine. Go Italian with the chicken marsala, a pan-seared chicken breast with mushrooms and marsala sauce served with penne past ($16), or create carni-vegan harmony with the filet mignon salad, a petit filet with romaine lettuce, bacon bits, tomatoes, and parmesan dressing ($9). The grilled sausage flatbread—sweet fennel sausage, fresh herbs, mozzarella, and roasted peppers, $12—educates diners in porcine origami while the palatable pincers of the lump crab cake stack, two 3-ounce cakes piled with ripe tomatoes, field greens, and drizzled with spicy Cajun remoulade, claw-clamp the palate ($15). The breakfast menu greets late-night strip-hoppers with a sunny spread of morning morsels, including the crispy french toast crusted with cereal flakes and served with butter, syrup, bacon, and home fries ($7) and the breakfast Philly, shaved steak and scrambled eggs with onions, mushrooms, and cheddar sauce, served with home fries ($12). An extensive selection of beer, wine, and cocktails is also available.
John Cutter invites diners to bask in its laid back yet vibrant atmosphere, surrounding them with etched stone walls, rustic wooden tabletops, and vibrant video poker at the bar. A children's menu treats tykes to a drink, kid's item, and dessert for $10, and a business casual dress code prevents scantily clad Butoh dancers and exhibitionist camels from wandering in from the desert.
John Cutter wines and dines its visitors with a delectable spread of martinis, wines, and beers, as well as a blend of Mexican, steakhouse, and breakfast food. Diners dig into pancakes, french toast, and denver omelets for breakfast or lunch, or feast on dinner courses of wet burritos, bone-in rib eyes, 10-ounce burgers, and salmon. When they're not devouring hearty plates of pub food and sipping libations, guests at John Cutter pass the time by playing video slot machines that unleash prizes of cold hard cash and slight nods from old-timers in the corner.