Until the complete Westernization of the West, cowboys ate their beans and meats cold from the can and dreamt of a day when marshmallows could melt chocolate. Ponder progress over a hearty meal with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of Southwestern cowboy cuisine and drinks at Roadrunner Saloon. This Groupon is good at either of Roadrunner's two Las Vegas locations or its outpost in Henderson. This Groupon is only valid 11 a.m.–2 a.m.
Cowpokes and lassoed hearts find their homes on the range at Roadrunner Saloon, an emporium of entertainment and Western cowboy cuisine open 24 hours a day. Cheese and buttered breadcrumbs become one in the heat of an oven and emerge unified as Roadrunner's mac 'n' cheese ($4.95), while Jack Daniels adds a kiss of fire to the whiskey chili ($5.95), with ground sirloin, kidney beans, and green onions. Steak borrows the golden-bronze tan of chicken and the buttermilk batter of flapjacks in the chicken fried steak ($13.95), served with grilled chipotle corn and mashed potatoes. If you're coming down with a touch of hunger, Dr. Pepper–marinated steak tacos ($13.95) apply the healing tonic to a savory foldable meal.
Each of Roadrunner's saloons—festooned with kitschy cowboy decor inside and sky awnings atop outdoor patios—offers varying non-noshable entertainment. The Pebble Street location boasts pool tables, Bowlingo (a miniaturized version of bowling), and an Old West fire pit ideal for sing-alongs or trail tales. Entertainments also include all-genre, all-request performances from Acoustic Soul that can accommodate any musical hit or miss, or satisfy your own requests on karaoke night.
Valid for dine-in only. Only valid 11 a.m.–2 a.m. Cannot be used for happy hour or lunch specials.
At Roadrunner Saloon, executive chef Matthew Silverman has compiled a menu of range-inspired specialties that combine American cuisine with modern down-home cooking. His kitchen staff perfects half-pound burgers and steaks, fish tacos, and hearty salads. They serve up the sizzling cuisine at their two Las Vegas locations, each with a distinctive collection of vibrant furniture, murals, stone fireplaces, and New and Old West accents. From Bowlingo, their own mini-bowling alley, to rock-and-roll tunes and gaming, bowlers can pull up a barstool, kick back, and enjoy crafted signature cocktails and delectable desserts.