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Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill, inside Harrahs Las Vegas Casino & Hotel, is decked out in red, white, and blue. The menu includes American favorites like the Southern fried catfish dinner and classic burgers. It also offers live country music after 9p. Of course TK's restaurant wouldn't be complete without music videos, a recording studio, and retail shop. Look out for surprise appearances by Toby Keith himself!
If you're looking for a loud, fun, and messy time (that's not your typical Vegas restaurant experience) then Dick's might be the place for you. A bucket full of drunken shrimp, pork spareribs and a pitcher of beer in a wild beach party environment is somewhat unexpected in the medieval-themed Excalibur Hotel Casino. However, the food is high quality and the service is beyond entertaining as waiters and bartenders have been known to reward patrons with shocking behavior and crass punchlines. Bring your appetite and your sense of humor
Founded in 2005, Heart Attack Grill is a destination for "thrill seekers and risk takers," as owner Jon Basso puts it. Featuring a hospital theme, where waitresses are dressed as nurses and give orders for "prescriptions," this wacky restaurant gives a whole new meaning to outrageous dining. This is a restaurant where junk food is worshipped so much that its Quadruple Bypass Burger actually holds the Guinness World Record for the world's most calorific burger. These are no ordinary burgers - the smallest on the menu, the Single Bypass, is stuffed with five slices of bacon per patty. The Double Bypass, the Triple Bypass and the Quadruple Bypass are each stuffed with ten, fifteen and twenty slices of bacon per patty with Heart Attack's own unique sauce. One can enjoy Flatliner Fries or Butter Fat Shakes on the side. Alcohol and Half Liquor Jello Injections can be ordered along with the food.
Come and experience the Mermaid Restaurant and Lounge, home to a 117,000-gallon saltwater aquarium, which houses 5,000 fish of various species. The aquatic theme is just as delightful as the dishes, featuring an array of seafood plates along with wine and cocktails to continue the liquid motif. For a show, check out a marine biologist dive into the tank to feed the fish and answer audience questions three times daily. If you're lucky you might just see some real life mermaids swimming around.