I remember why we haven't been here in
3 years...Yuk !! My wife had the flat iron steak which actually was an inch thick sirloin steak that they tried to pass on us. Sent it back for the Kobe sliders which had to be 98% ground chuck and 2% if any Kobe. Could barely cut the sliders with a knife becuase the meat was so hard to chew. My Baby Back ribs were NOT baby back but regular thick ribs that didn't fall off the bone. This is bar food greasy style for sure. If you want to live longer and not clog your arteries with grease, then go somewhere else where the food and smoke won't kill you.
Great Pub In LAS VEGAS.
Are you looking for a nice place to enjoy your meal
then come by steiners. great service, good atmosphere, and they have a couple different location in vegas. You must try their "Philly" its to die for.. Hope to see you there. for more great spot come to ICUVEGAS..just google it...LOl =)
Good place for smokers.
My wife and I visited the 8168 South Las Vegas Blvd location on August 3, 2009, from 6:00 to 6:30 PM for dinner. We noticed several people smoking inside the restaurant and asked our waiter if this wasn't a non-smoking restaurant. Our waiter told us the manager had decided to allow patrons to smoke at the bar if they were willing to pay the fine if they got caught by the health inspector. We thought that was a novel way to interpret the law while standing in blatant violation of the law. Being non-smokers, we will not be returning. If you're a smoker, that's the place to go!
Best Lambchops around and you have to try the Fiesta Burger..
Great Menu from beginning to end. Something for every taste or appetite. They make thier own desserts including an excellent Creme Brulee and all foods soups, sauces and dressings are prepared from scratch.
If you want to familiarize yourself with the extensive sweep of Vegas brewing culture, this is the place.. In Short This polished pub and restaurant is unique in the strip mall-dominated northwest. Though hundreds of local bars dot the neon-jeweled alley, this one offers an exhaustive list of Vegas-brewed-and-bottled beer. Hefeweizens, stouts, bocks and ales crowd the menu. A 16-ounce glass of the good stuff runs about three to four dollars. If you want to kill your brain cells more efficiently and economically, 24-ounce glasses are available for just a bit more.