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Lagasse's Stadium is one of the more easily located sports bars along the Vegas Strip. Located in the Palazzo Resort and Casino, the entrance is just steps from the curb, tucked into a ground floor space that is comfortable and casual. Once inside, it quickly becomes evident that this is no ordinary sports bar. The large space offers more than a hundred flat panel TVs, the largest of which measures nine feet by sixteen feet, and sets the tone for fun and sports in a way that could only be expected in Vegas. There are multiple billiards tables, stadium style seating, luxury boxes and even a sports betting counter. The menu features Emeril Lagasse's flavorful New Orleans inspired treats.
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.
Trendy nightspots don't get any more delicious than Firefly, found just east of the Strip and constantly packed with the young and beautiful. Its hipness is beyond justified; the mojitos are as good as you'll find anywhere else in Vegas and the light, fun cuisine is highlighted by small dishes such as ham and cheese croquetas, crispy duck rolls and boquerones. If you're too hungry for tapas, try the steak frites or paella, a hearty saffron rice dish loaded with fresh shellfish and chorizo sausage.
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.
Since 1976, Dispensary Lounge has been serving drinks and satisfying late-night cravings with its delicious burgers and fries. The atmosphere has elements of both a dive bar and a lounge. Drinks are cheap, it's laid-back, and there's plenty of comfortable seating to be found. A water wheel and 1970s shag carpet add character to the decor, and the dim lighting makes it a great place to bring a date.
This laid-back sports bar promises cold beer, hot wings, and stromboli you'll never forget. Part of what makes it so memorable is the portions. You'll have a hard time getting through a full order. Crispy on the outside, and filled with meat and cheese, the stromboli is best enjoyed with a side of marinara and ranch for dipping. Whether you come in to cheer on your favorite sports team or indulge in a filling meal, you'll see why Four Kegs Sports Bar was featured on the show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.