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|Monday to Thursday||12:00 PM to 03:00 PM|
|Monday to Thursday||05:00 PM to 10:00 PM|
|Friday||12:00 PM to 03:00 PM|
|Friday||05:00 PM to 11:30 PM|
|Saturday||05:00 PM to 11:30 PM|
|Sunday||05:00 PM to 11:00 PM|
Located within the Mirage Hotel, STACK is vibrant and trendy. The ambiance is cool and the decor is equally attractive with stacked walls and nice lighting. Grab a cocktail at the well-stocked bar in the lounge area or settle down for an American bistro-ish dinner. Chicken Wings, Crab Cakes, Roasted Tomato Soup, Steaks (with their signature sauce) and Spiced Pumpkin Ravioli are just some of the best dishes. Desserts like home-made cookies and Crème Brulée make for the perfect sweet ending to your dinner.
The recent addition of Fin to the dining lineup at the evolving Mirage resort sets a new standard in fine Asian cuisine in Las Vegas. A highly refined menu such as Vietnamese-style noodle soups or sushi as light lunch options. Other delicacies include Abalone, Pan-Fried Goose Liver and rare Crystal Crab, all of which are served in a serene, classy dining room augmented by rich wood tones and dramatic silvers. Some of the more simple dishes are among the greatest here, including the classic Crisp Shrimp on Fried Toast appetizer and Wok-Fried Lobster in Coconut Sauce.
The Carnaval Court is a great place for an outdoor party. Unwind with live music, a palatable menu, an obliging staff or even an occasional game of poker. The bartender concocts interesting drinks that add to the spirit of the party. And the performances just never fail to delight. So trot down here and have a ball.
You will feel as though you are dining in the study of Long John Silver, as the walls are lined with old leather-bound books and memorabilia. Choose from a large seafood selection, all flown in fresh daily. The lobster is very popular, as is the fresh salmon and snapper. Another favorite is the mesquite grilled steaks. The place has an impressive wine list and full bar service. Children must be at least five years of age to dine here, and there is no special children's menu. Located inside Treasure Island Hotel Casino.
The patio at Rhumbar is a definite draw. It's expansive and offers plenty of comfy seating with the towering buildings of The Strip providing a beautiful backdrop. The decor inside is stylish and modern, just what you'd expect from a popular bar in Vegas. They offer Caribbean-inspired cocktails, including The Old Cuban, which is made with champagne, rum, lime juice, mint, bitters, and cane syrup. While you're lounging on the luxurious patio, you can also smoke hookah.
Located above the TAO Asian Bistro and Nightclub, TAO Beach is a celebrity hot spot that offers guests an unrivaled luxurious nightclub experience. By day, guests can lounge at one of the clubs 12 poolside cabanas that feature such amenities as plasma TVs and custom mini bars. Come nighttime, these cabanas have VIP bottle service with DJs spinning. All in all, TAO Beach is one of the most indulgent nightclub experiences in Las Vegas.
Dining here is an experience not to be missed. One of the finest restaurants in Las Vegas, located in the Forum Shops Complex, this restaurant offers exquisite Italian cuisine. The professional and courteous staff are impressive. Pastas and entrees are simply delicious and the menu can be modified to your taste. The list of appetizers and the main course vary on a daily basis and they also have an extensive wine list.
After all the popularity it received in L.A., Sushi Roku has ventured into Las Vegas. The interiors have a Zen like ambiance and the food of course is Modern Japanese. You'll find appetizers, such as Oshinko, which is a dish of pickeld Japanese vegetables. At the sushi bar, try out the wide assortment of sushi dishes. For entrées, you can go with the Teriyaki or Tempura. If you can't make up your mind, you can go ahead with the daily specials. There is also a list of beverages to choose from. The Red Sun is a beer especially brewed for Sushi Roku.