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Pete and Shorty's is a fun sports bar located within the Hooters Casino Hotel. Here you can not only get a tasty meal, you can watch sports on any of the multiple 42-inch plasma screens and bet on the games, since the bar is adjacent to the casino's sports book. Live music is featured on certain nights with no cover charge. The bar is open all day and night, so you can linger over drinks anytime of the day.
After a night of pub hopping you can satiate your hunger at Spring Mountain Road’s the Halal Guys. Serving affordable Middle-Eastern delicacies in beef (gyro) and chicken, indulge in the gyro platter or the combo platter. The well-seasoned meat, fresh pita, and delectable rice come together in a perfect balance of flavors. Their famous hot red sauce and the delicious white sauce make a perfecting topping for these halal delights. The small eatery has a friendly staff and courteous service.
Ferraro's resides just a heartbeat away from the tourist haunts along the Las Vegas strip. This Italian eatery offers reasonable prices and marvelous service. Easy to find near the corner of Paradise Road and Harmon, the restaurant provides plenty of free parking. Ferraro's decor is wonderfully comfortable, colorful and delightfully stylish. Their menu is a grand collection of creative Italian dishes. The gnocchi zefferano is a wonderful entrée of potato dumplings, asparagus and cherry tomatoes in a memorable zaffron sauce. The osso buco (sliced veal knuckle or shin bone cooked with olive oil, wine and tomatoes) is done to perfection and the coniglio brasato is a wonderful option for those who are adventurous enough to try braised rabbit with wine and herbs over polenta.
Bawdy and bustling, this café is located on the mezzanine level of the Luxor Resort and Casino. Once inside the main entrance to the resort, it's a simple ride up the escalator to the entrance. The restaurant is softly lit with modern décor that is certainly more sophisticated than what you would find at a traditional Mexican eatery. The dining area is large with an expanse of tables and booths that offer views of the guest floors inside the hotel pyramid. The menu is more mainstream Mexican than traditional, and the crowd ranges from families to the young and party hungry. -Lottie Tagupa
This swanky nightclub, on the dazzling strip of Las Vegas, is a popular location for the late night birds to drop by. Charming waitresses, delectable drinks, cozy booths and an elegant bar with video screens amidst the carefully created darkness are just a few of the attractive features. Food is tasty and comes in generous portions. A special Martini Menu accompanies the drink list. Equipped with a friendly staff and a lively atmosphere, this 24-hour open venue, which has received several accolades from the media, is a much sought-after spot. The Peppermill Coffee Shop also located here is a great place to have breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
This restaurant at Mandalay Bay features the decor and cuisine from Soviet-era Russia. Actually, many of the dishes are a fusion of American-Russian dishes. For instance, you can still order Beef Stroganoff and Chicken Kiev, but you can also have your Filet Mignon and pizza. The kitchen also has an impressive selection of caviar in traditional style with toast points or blinis and available in one-ounce increments. To accompany your meal, try one of their huge selection of vodkas from around the world, including-of course-Russia.