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Located in Caesar's Palace Hotel and Casino, Bacchanal Buffet offers 500 delicious items daily, including king crab legs, prime rib, and oysters. This 25,000-square-foot (2,323-square-meter) establishment has ample room to seat 600 people. Besides the usual lunch and dinner options, they also offer breakfast and a weekend champagne brunch. There are nine areas where you can watch the chefs in action while they prepare the food. Food lovers could spend hours filling their plates and stomachs at Bacchanal Buffet.
Acclaimed chef Hubert Keller offers gastronomic fun at Burger Bar, an experiment in customizable classic American food. You get to build your own burger here, choosing from a variety of options, including Kobe beef, turkey, buffalo, or even a veggie patty. Then, you pick your toppings from a list that includes pretty much everything from avocado to black truffles. Save some room for the dessert burger, a doughnut with Nutella mousse, passion fruit, strawberries, and kiwi.
Sweet, creamy and rich in flavor, nothing can duplicate homemade custard. This old-fashioned custard shop north of the Strip is not much to look at; in fact, it is an old stand where most of the business is car-based. Locals have been eating custard here for 25 years, and for good reason. The shakes are dreamy, the sundaes are divine, but best of all is a simple chocolate or peach scoop in a cup.
Fat Daddy's Ice Cream & Treats is another in the long line of food trucks racing around the Vegas streets. Fat Daddy's delivers everything from novelties featuring popular characters to old time favorites that provide a guilty indulgence. Fat Daddy's can be found at the Vegas Art District's First Friday celebration every first Friday of the month. The truck is there from 6-10p to offer cold treats and cotton candy. From birthday parties and school field days, to corporate events and grand openings, Fat Daddy's is available to make any event sweeter.
This restaurant is a three-time winner at the Rio Italian Festival for its sauces. Located in a converted old-style brick house since 1975, this family owned and operated business is virtually a piece of Little Italy. For starters, sample the stuffed artichoke, calamari or mussels marinara. Try pasta either with mushroom sauce, calamari sauce or with snails. A nice selection of beer and wine is also available.
Family-friendly fun might seem hard to come by in Las Vegas, but Lappert's Ice Cream offers a welcoming oasis for kids and adults alike. Stop by and take a break from the Las Vegas heat with a cone of your favorite ice cream. Or, try something new and indulge in one of their uniquely designed flavors. Whether you go for vanilla or Kauai Pie - made with coffee ice cream, macadamia nuts, coconut, and chocolate - you're in for a sweet time.
Having won many local awards over the years, Naked Fish's Sushi & Grill serves up an extensive menu of fish. Located in Spring Valley, just south of Summerlin, Naked Fish's mouthwatering selection includes everything one could ask for in a sushi joint. From the basic California roll to the salmon skin roll, there is something on the menu for all sushi lovers. For those wanting baked or even deep fried rolls, this restaurant has got them. But Naked-Fish's isn't just a sushi joint: it also offers grilled salmon, mackerel, chicken and beef. For those who are perhaps in the mood for both sushi and steak, Naked-Fish's has it covered.
Sweet Addiction Cookies & Ice Cream will leave you wanting more of their delicious sweets. Bring everyone in the family and build your own custom ice cream sandwich. First, choose your cookie: they offer flavors like chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, snickerdoodle and gluten-free peanut butter. Next, choose your ice cream flavor: birthday cake, pecan praline, walnut, and rainbow mocha almond fudge are just a few of your options. Put it all together, and you've created a delectable frozen treat!
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but many might also say it is the most delicious, especially if they've just come from the BabyStacks Cafe. They are famous for serving every breakfast dish a person could think of. Take the red velvet pancakes, for example. That's right, red velvet pancakes. Babystacks is renowned for this dish, served with chocolate crumbles, whipped cream and cream cheese syrup. That is only the beginning. BabyStacks offers an entire list of unique pancake dishes, omelettes, and crepes. Customers can go for the traditional breakfast such as ham and eggs or opt for a specialty item, like Rick's Adobo Fried Rice or the Kalua Pig Benedict. This eatery also offers a large variety of sandwiches, burgers and salads.
All the meats are slow smoked and top quality. Choose from Baby Back Ribs, Texas-style Beef Brisket, hot Jambalaya, fresh pan-blackened catfish, and far beyond. Some sides include roasted garlic mashed potatoes, cheese grits, onion straws and sweet potato cakes. The menu is long and offers all the classic Southern favorites, doused in homemade BBQ sauce and served up piping hot. Top it all off with some fruit cobbler for dessert and you're sure to go to bed happy. Huge family style platters are available as well as takeout and catering. Lucille's also features live blues musicians so check the calendar. See website for details and a full menu.
For the most important meal of the day, make it a point to head over to The Cracked Egg, a locally owned breakfast hotspot in Las Vegas. The restaurant, with four Las Vegas locations, has won prestigious titles including, "Best Skillet Breakfast." They were also listed as a top rated restaurant on Citysearch 2009, and if that isn't enough to convince the breakfast fan, then a look at the menu should do it. They offer eggs in just about every form one can think of, along with a variety of other breakfast foods. They also have a lunch menu that includes burgers and a large variety of gluten free items.
There is never a shortage of restaurants that serve pizza. However, pizza from popular chain restaurants sometimes won't do, and only authentic pizzeria-style pizza will quell a craving. North End Pizza, located in Centennial Hills, is the kind of pizza joint that serves a thin crust and tangy sauce. No thick or stuffed crusts here - just simple, fresh, and hand-tossed East Coast pizza. For those looking for a little something more, North End Pizza also serves calzones, subs, salads and pasta. They also have an array of side orders including zucchini sticks and garlic knots.