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Nine Fine Irishmen is about as close as you'll come to an authentic New York recreation of a real Irish pub - in Vegas. Located on the grounds of the Strip's New York-New York, the two-story pub keeps throngs of gamblers and party people coming back for pints of Guinness, plates of Irish Stew and Shepherd's Pie (as well as decidedly American fare like turkey burgers and shrimp pizza), dueling pianos, and more.
Pub grub may not be the accurate term when describing the food at Ri Ra Irish Pub. It is a bit beyond simple fish & chips; although they have that for those who crave it. They describe their food as "traditional Irish fare and classic American favorites with an Irish twist." Rumor has it that their shepherd's pie and their Reuben sandwich are both delectable. Their all day Irish breakfast also gets a lot of attention. Ri Ra Irish Pub also offers up live entertainment. The pub was built using salvaged materials and artifacts straight from Ireland to give an authentic 19th-century pub vibe. Customers can expect good entertainment, a satisfying meal and a cozy Irish atmosphere.
Aces & Ales is a must-visit in Las Vegas for beer lovers. Serving over 70 varieties of draft beer, and 150 bottled beers, Aces & Ales attracts casual and serious beer connoisseurs. Keri Kelli, of the rock band Alice Cooper is one of the owners, so you might luck out and spot a celebrity while you're here. There are plenty of TV screens around showing sports, and Monday night is karaoke night.
The menu and decor at Big Dog's Draft House was inspired by the Midwest. In fact, you'll find Green Bay Packers' or Wisconsin Badgers fans gathering here to cheer on their team during televised games. Built in the shape of a barn, this bar and restaurants completes the illusion of the Midwest with a menu that includes cheese curds, bratwurst, and other specialties of the region. It's open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so you can stop in any time for a beer and a taste of the Midwest.