For those who are wont to stream-of-conscious thinking, poker chips will eventually lead to food chips to food to good food to dinner food to rose hips to hunger. Today's Groupon feeds a winning streak or quells a losing spell with $35 worth of meals and libations at The Outside Inn for $15. Video poker lines the bar while artistic displays of fresh seafood and more raise the bar for standard bar fare.
One who can cut food with either hand is praised as ambidextrous, while one who can gamble while cutting a steak may oft mistake A1 for aces. Satisfy a variety of human urges and cravings in a fun tavern where friends and strangers can get together over a burger, a brew, and a digital straight flush. A full menu of pub fare features early-morning corned beef hash and eggs ($8.99), one-pound Inky Burgers grilled to order ($10.99), and brick-oven white pizzas with mozzarella, ricotta, parmesan, and garlic ($9.99). Signature recipes include the famous "North Woods" fish 'n' chips, which places individually beer-battered walleye strips in the company of crispy lodge fries, hush puppies, and slaw ($12.99).
The Outside Inn's cool stone and wood lodge atmosphere juxtaposes the peaceful solitude of a fishing trip to the Adirondacks with the optional solitude or camaraderie of video poker and sharable appetizers. Even if you prefer not to play a computerized hand, your human hand will have plenty of stimulation with a bevy of delicious finger foods. Gambling over the outcome of a meal threatens to sully shirtfronts and insult the chef, so keep your betting and your dining separate while adjacent.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reviewed The Outside Inn on West Charleston way back in 2003:
- ...the Adirondack theme is like a breath of fresh mountain air. – Heidi Knapp Rinella, Las Vegas Journal
- Fish-shaped plates and woodsy decor greet each patron. All of the menu items are great, including the fish and chips and the pizzas. – Sybil S., Insider Pages
- The food comes hot, fast and with a smile! I would highly suggest Ouside Inn Jones to any local or out of towner. – Icnick21, Yahoo! Local
- This is a fun place to hang out in the neighboorhood. The food is quite good and there are pool tables and other activities to occupy your time rather than video poker. – Randee D., Insider Pages
7770 S Jones Blvd.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89139Get Directions