Mr. Lucky’s 24/7 [4,] Las Vegas NV

Mr. Lucky’s

Cold Brew Coffee

Cookies and Cream Pancakes – Chocolate Pancakes, Cookies & Cream Mascarpone Filling, Chocolate Cookie Pieces

Sweet Cream Pancakes – Whipped Butter, Powdered Sugar, Maple Syrup

Warm Spinach Salad – Country Sourdough, Whipped Herb Goat Cheese, Local Spinach, Red Onion, Toasted Pine Nuts, Apple, Warm Bacon Sherry Vinaigrette

Buenos Dias Burrito – Crispy Potatoes, Housemade Chorizo, Scrambled Eggs, Peppers, Onions, Queso, Salsa Verde, Pico de Gallo

Three Cheese Ravioli – Spicy Arrabbiata Sauce, Olive Oil, Toasted Bread Crumbs

Steak & Fries – 12oz New York Strip, Peppercorn Sauce, Truffle Parmesan Fries

Cinnamon Roll – Sticky Bun Style, Pecans, Honey Caramel Glaze

French Toast – Brioche, Vanilla Custard, Whipped Butter, Vanilla Butter Syrup

Toffee Bar Heaven – Chocolate Cookie Crust, Toffee Dark Chocolate Ganache, Housemade Salted Caramel Ice Cream, Whipped Cream, Caramel Sauce

Gateau Basque (not on the Menu, but a special treat from Chef Harden)

Serving guests at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino for two decades it can safely be stated that Mr. Lucky’s is a Las Vegas icon, and although plans for the space have not yet been announced as Virgin looks to renovate in 2020 the new menu from Chef Chad Castanino offers a level of diversity and craftsmanship that many may not expect from a 24/7 spot just off the gaming floor.

A favorite of concert-goers and the late-night crowd, menus slowly migrating from Breakfast to All-Day and Late Night with trusty American fare bridging all three, it was prior to a show at The Joint that a booth in the Restaurant’s corner was requested, shirts worn by Slash and Guitars signed by The Ramones acting as decoration at arm’s length.

Treated to tunes by Alice in Chains, Foreigner plus Hendrix while dining, and focusing an order on items debuted most recently, it was first by special request that two styles of Pancakes were delivered, the all-day-and-all-night Sweet Cream version soft and fluffy with Vanilla notes while Cookies and Cream Pancakes typically only at Breakfast were rich on their own, and essentially Dessert when slathered with a liberal scoop of Mascarpone.

Shifting savory, an abrupt turn but still in many ways “breakfast,” Chef Castanino’s Warm Spinach Salad comes in the form of housemade Sourdough toasted and topped with Chevre plus Spinach, Onions and Pine Nuts, the Bacon-soaked Dressing adding vibrancy much as tangy Salsa Verde does to the overstuffed Buenos Dias Burrito.

Definitely over-ordering, though housemade Cheese Ravioli in Arrabbiata Sauce comes in a fairly modest portion, those seeking Steak but not wanting to pay MB|Steak prices will likely be pleased with Mr. Lucky’s Strip coated in Peppercorn Sauce, while the handcut Fries cooked crispy are thankfully not overwhelmed by Truffle Oil or Parmesan.

Always ending on a sweet note when Pastry Chef Mickey Harden is involved, his current Cinnamon Roll a laminated masterpiece shellacked in Honey, Caramel and Pecans, French Toast unfortunately seems pretty basic and was served without Mascarpone advertised on the menu, though none of that mattered after tasting Chef Harden’s “Toffee Bar Heaven” Ice Cream Cake that rethinks a Heath Bar in soft layers and continues an unbroken string of hits across all the Hard Rock eateries.

FOUR AND A HALF STARS: Although almost every Las Vegas hotel has a 24/7 spot there is only one Mr. Lucky’s, and although they aren’t going to get nominated for any awards the menu from Chef Chad Castanino is always full of surprises at a fair price. From a Spinach Salad better than many fine dining options to housemade Pasta and some of Sin City’s Best Pancakes, plus desserts by Mickey Harden, if this place doesn’t survive the Virgin rebrand it’ll be sorely missed.

RECOMMENDED: Cookies and Cream Pancakes, Warm Spinach Salad, Steak & Fries, Cinnamon Roll, Toffee Bar Heaven.

AVOID: The French Toast is fairly basic, and was oddly served with Butter rather than Mascarponee as listed on the menu.

TIP: Check out the website for several weekday deals and times during which specific items are typically offered.

WHAT THE STARS MEAN: 5 World Class, 4 Excellent, 3 Good, 2 Fair, 1 Poor.

https://hardrockhotel.com/las-vegas-dine/mr-luckys.php

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Rosallie [23,] Las Vegas NV

Rosallie Le French Café

Brioche French Toast – Strawberries, Whipped Cream, Pure Maple Syrup

Pain au Raisin

Almond Croissant

Blueberry Bostock

Chocolate Chip Cookie

Nutella Brioche

Apple Croustade

Raspberry Almond Tart

Organic Apple Pie

Apricot Danish

Butter Croissant

Cinnamon Roll

Apple Turnover

Custard Danish with Kiwi, Raspberries, Strawberries and Blueberries

Palmier

Pain au Chocolat

Nutella Almond Croissant

Strawberry Danish with Pastry Cream

Raspberry Almond Croissant

Birthday Cake with Almonds, Raspberries, Strawberries and Pastry Cream

From the day Jonathan Pluvinet opened Rosallie on South Rainbow the need to visit Las Vegas Boulevard for great French Pastry vanished, and although competition has sprouted up none are in the same class as what he and former Jean-Philippe maestro Christophe are baking daily.

Truly a tale of skill and determination, ‘Le French Café’ since expanding to Florida, it was early Wednesday morning that Christophe was found overseeing the Restaurant, a pre-order already boxed and ready including many old favorites plus one new item and a custom Birthday Cake.

A west side favorite, and conveniently located en route to the 215, it was ten minutes later that teeth sank into fluffy slices of Brioche slicked in Whipped Cream and Syrup, the Pastries that followed highlighted by Blueberry Bostock, Apple Croustade and an Apricot Danish.

Sharing the bounty, but not before taking a fluffy round topped in Nutella, it was later that three styles of Croissant all impressed with flaky layers, the Cinnamon Roll no less stunning thanks to peerless lamination and restrained sweetness that reminisces of what one might find in Denmark or Sweden.

Keeping the Cake refrigerated until later, its constituents unknown until cutting, suffice it to say that although unadvertised there is no doubt Christophe’s work will make a good impression, in this by way of a soft Vanilla Sponge supporting Berries, Almonds, Pastry Cream and an ornate Chocolate garnish.

FIVE STARS: Invariably a case of the best getting better, from the world-class (yes including France) Almond Croissant to French Toast that rivals Bardot (albeit thinner,) Rosallie remains a cozy respite with the sort of environment, service and Cuisine one simply doesn’t find many places these days.

RECOMMENDED: Almond Croissant, Almond Raspberry Croissant, Brioche French Toast, Blueberry Bostock, Apricot Danish, Cinnamon Roll, Apple Croustade, Palmier.

AVOID: N/A.

TIP: Follow @rosallielefrenchcafe on Social Media for specials at both locations, and for early pick up or custom work call the Restaurant directly.

WHAT THE STARS MEAN: 5 World Class, 4 Excellent, 3 Good, 2 Fair, 1 Poor.

www.rosallie.com

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New Asian BBQ Tan Tung Ky, Las Vegas NV

New Asian BBQ Tan Tung Ky

House Tea

Five Spice Beef Shank

House Soup

Pan Fried Noodle with Beef in Black Bean Sauce

Deep Fried Crispy Pork Intestine

Salt & Pepper Crispy Tofu

Porridge with Chicken and Preserved Egg

Stewed Chicken in Ginger Wine Clay Pot

Salted Fish & Chinese Sausage Fried Rice

Roasted Pork Belly with Crispy Skin and Hoisin

Roasted Duck with Sweet & Sour Sauce

BBQ Pork with Honey Sauce

White Mushrooms with Mango in Syrup

Although many rightfully gravitate to Las Vegas Boulevard for all it offers, some argue that Sin City’s most prized possession is its 4ish miles of West Spring Mountain Road entailing Chinatown, and on Saturday evening as a group of nine New Asian BBQ Tan Tung Ky added evidence in support of that claim.

Now a fixture of the stripmall between Lindell and Decatur since June of 2018, and per banners inside the “#10 Chinese Restaurant in America” according to A Bite of America, it is after securing parking in a busy private lot that guests find themselves in a foyer flanked by Pig, Duck and kitchen, the dining area from here expanding right across two sizable rooms.

A sister Restaurant of Asian BBQ & Noodle on Jones, the longtime favorite more than quadrupling its offerings inside a fancier space at 5150 Spring Mountain, it is seated at tables clad in white cloths that diners are invited to explore sixteen pages of items, and for those in the know a two-sided laminate is also available featuring more traditional dishes such as Congee.

Not an easy menu to navigate, though well-translated to English with plenty of pictures steering guests towards house favorites, it is while deciding that complimentary Tea and Water are poured, both refreshed frequently without reminder and first evidence of customer service that far outpaces other nearby eateries.

Eventually choosing ten items, a pre-tip total of approximately $20 per adult seeing everyone well-sated ninety minutes later, it was as items were readied that a steady stream of plates were presented, “House Soup” offered free-of-charge a fairly benign beginning before continuing with chilled Five Spice Beef Shank that eats something like Headcheese slicked in Sugar and Soy.

Visibly the only predominantly Caucasian table at New Asian BBQ on this particular evening, but certainly not sticking to “safe” choices, follow-up plates included both Preserved Egg Porridge and cubes of gently fried Tofu, each big in portion but not in price while Pan Fried Noodles with Beef in Black Bean Sauce offered easily enough to feed two hungry adults for $13.

Continuing with rarely seen Pork Intestine, the expected funkiness unhidden but mellowed by frying, more big flavors followed with Chicken stewed in Ginger Wine with Black Fungus and Fried Rice bolstered by dried Fish and Pork, the former a very developed flavor quite different from anything experienced prior thanks to an aromatic linger and a slight bitterness mid-palate.

Saving signatures carried over from Asian BBQ & Noodle until the end, both Pork and Duck offered in several styles including tableside carving at half the price one will find on The Strip, only Vegetarians or those eschewing Swine for religious purposes should pass up Roasted Pork Belly with shattering Skin, though the Char Siu is also succulent and enough to share for about $9 a pound.

Happy enough with the Duck, though some bits were a bit overcooked and tough, it was in the affirmative that “Do you want House Dessert” was answered, a final parting gift of White Mushrooms with Mango in Syrup far better than it sounds, with the Fungus nearly crystal-clear and texturally like gelatin.

FOUR STARS: Owned by the folks behind Asian BBQ & Noodle on Jones, New Asian BBQ Tan Tung Ky fills a sizable space with extensive options, great service and little extras that outpace much of the nearby competition without an increase in price.

RECOMMENDED: Five Spice Beef Shank, Pan Fried Noodle with Beef in Black Bean Sauce, Porridge with Chicken and Preserved Egg, Stewed Chicken in Ginger Wine Clay Pot, Salted Fish & Chinese Sausage Fried Rice, Roasted Pork Belly with Crispy Skin and Hoisin.

AVOID: Salt & Pepper Crispy Tofu was a little bland and some pieces of Duck were better than others.

TIP: Open from 10am until Midnight daily, Dim Sum from 10am-3pm and Dinner Menu available all day.

WHAT THE STARS MEAN: 5 World Class, 4 Excellent, 3 Good, 2 Fair, 1 Poor.

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Shiraz Restaurant [4,] Las Vegas NV

Shiraz

Chicken Popstick / Fish Pakora / Poha Ka Chat / Samosa / Tamarind Chutney

Butter Naan

Braised Goat Korma / Chicken Tikka Masala / Vegetable Pulao

Creamy Spinach and Chickpeas / Roasted Eggplant in Yogurt Sauce / Chana Dal / Basmati Rice

Besan Barfi

Moong Dal Payasam

Rebranded from Habib’s in July of 2018, Shiraz Restaurant has been slow to gather a following despite Chef Jainine Jaffer’s talents, the lack of a daytime Buffet akin to so many other local Indian eateries likely part of the reason and something owner Raja Majid seemingly hoped to overcome when announcing a weekend AYCE with Bottomless Mimosas thirteen months after opening.

Still a class-act for catering, and amongst the most attractive Off-Strip Restaurants in town as relates to décor, it is beginning at 11am Saturdays and Sundays that an “Indian and Persian Buffet with Bottomless Mimosas” is advertised for $20, though a complete dearth of patrons over the first hour suggests the message has failed to circulate.

Still new, the fact that Chef Jaffer and her team had been catering a week-long event in Washington making this only the Buffet’s second week, it was with no one at the hostess podium that confusion ensued on entry, a lone waiter eventually emerging from the back and presenting “a menu if you want Persian Food, or the Indian Buffet for $20.”

Never once offered a Beverage beyond Water, and opting for the Buffet after brief perusal, it was only after a sous-Chef setting up an Omelet Station suggested it that Naan was delivered fresh from the kitchen, Chef Jainine later taking a short break to describe hers and the staff’s Saturday offerings.

Most certainly different from other Buffets in town, though a lack of Persian options seemed strange considering the advertisement posted on Social Media, it was progressing right to left that Eggs and Salad were passed in favor of more unique offerings, the Chicken “Popstick” moist and flavorful while fried options including Fish Pakora and tiny Samosas competed for attention with a steamed Rice Street Food known as Poha Ka Chat.

Maintaining balanced flavors across the spread, bright aromatics prevailing with light heat found in both the Poha and Daal, plate two consisted of a scoop of Chickpeas atop Basmati Rice plus a bowl of tender Eggplant, the entirely vegetarian round finishing with blended Spinach and Chickpeas that tasted a lot like Saag Paneer but with more heterogeneous consistency.

Also offering Bone-in Goat Korma with a bounty of Cinnamon, and Chicken Tikka Masala that compares favorably to any in town, the Buffet concluded with two Desserts, first Chef Jaffer’s Besan Barfi that eats a lot like Fudge with Gram Flour, Ghee and Nuts standing in for Chocolate followed by two bowls of Vegan Moong Dal Payasam featuring tiny Lentils, Sugar, Coconut and Cardamom.

THREE STARS: Despite Instagramming kitschy quotes about Brunch without Booze being a “sad breakfast,” Shiraz sat empty save for one guest on Saturday from 11am until noon…and he was never once made aware of the Mimosas available, nor did he see a bite of Persian Food…or receive an offer for more Naan when the first four quarters were finished. Sure the Food from Chef Jaffer was enjoyable and not the usual items seen on Indian Buffets, but considering a price $8-10 more than other places putting out a larger spread one wonders how exactly Shiraz is to gain a foothold in such a competitive market.

RECOMMENDED: Chicken Popstick, Samosas, Tamarind Chutney, Chicken Tikka Masala, Moong Dal Payasam.

AVOID: The Food was fine, but a lack of informed service, limited options and $25 tab with tax & tip make this Buffet a debatable value unless drinking.

TIP: See Shiraz’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ShirazLasVegas for an upcoming list of events as the Buffet was cancelled on 10/12-10/13. For catering, Email the Restaurant directly or take a look at EZCater for added convenience.

WHAT THE STARS MEAN: 5 World Class, 4 Excellent, 3 Good, 2 Fair, 1 Poor.

www.shirazrestaurant.com

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Bronze Café Summerlin Catering [2,] Las Vegas NV

Bronze Café Summerlin Catering

Tomato Basil Soup

Sweet Potatoes and Caramelized Onions / Jeweled Quinoa

The David’s Special Salad – Kale massaged with housemade Lemon Vinaigrette, Roasted Beets, Curried Quinoa, Spiced Chickpeas, Shredded Carrots, Diced Avocado, Hemp Seeds

The LGBTQ Sammich – Housemade Bacon Jam, Maple-glazed Bacon, mixed Greens, Tomato, Cucumbers, Basil Aioli, Lemon Vinaigrette, Ciabatta

The Green Goddess Chicken Salad Sammich – Housemade Chicken Salad, diced Apples, mixed Greens, Tomato, Red Onion, Basil Aioli, Lemon Vinaigrette, Ciabatta

The California Turkey Sammich – Turkey Breast, Avocado, mixed Greens, Tomato, Red Onion, Basil Aioli, Lemon Vinaigrette, Ciabatta

The Pumpkin Spice Cookie

The Strawberry Cookie

The Peanut Butter Snickerdoodle

The Loving v Virginia

The Carrot Cake

The Chai Spice Cookie

The Banana Flax Cake

The Chocolate Almond Cookie

Having enjoyed David Mozes’ and Chef Peter Bastien’s Bronze Café at The Center, The Market and Juice Stars, it was to #supportlocal that lunch was catered from their North Buffalo location on Thursday, a collection of old favorites predictably arriving on time with plenty of plates and utensils that allowed staff to enjoy every second of their lunch hour.

Located near Desert Shores in Summerlin, the former home of Beau Monde Bakery providing turnkey access for a Restaurant eventually intended to offer Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, it is focused on health-conscious and diet-friendly fare that many guests began with Soup or Salad, Tomato Basil tasting a lot like Margherita Pizza without the Crust while “David’s Special” remains a workplace favorite thanks to Quinoa, Garbanzos, Hemp and Avocado that compliment thinly sliced Kale’s.

Continuing Organic, Vegan and Gluten-free with Sweet Potatoes and Caramelized Onions plus Jeweled Quinoa, the latter pleasantly spiced and lightly sweetened by Raisins, it was in “Sammiches” that appetites were invested further, California Turkey expectedly gone first but quickly followed by The LGBTQ and Green Goddess Chicken which each eat cleaner than their traditional versions thanks to better Ingredients served in proper rations on fluffy Ciabatta.

Not about to skip entirely Vegan Desserts, The Peanut Butter Snickerdoodle still Las Vegas’ best Cookie despite mounting competition, those missing Beau Monde’s gluten-free offerings will be happy to know both the Banana Flax Cake and all-new Carrot Cake are made without any Wheat protein, and although the Banana Bread is far more moist than memory serves it still cannot hold a candle to shredded Carrots, Pineapple and plenty of Baking Spices beneath slick Icing and toasted Coconut.

Continuing strong with Bronze Café’s cleverly titled Loving v Virginia, a Brookie that has only gotten better over time, the all-new Chocolate Almond Cookie would probably benefit from a bit more moisture, though the same cannot be said for Pumpkin Spice, Chai or Strawberry which are all soft, chewy and almost Cake-like.

N/A: Making it blog policy to not ‘rate’ places based on catering alone, no matter where Chef Peter and David are set-up the quality has never declined, lunch on Thursday continuing to show quality and creativity bound to please those with and without dietary restrictions, whether they want to be gluttonous or eat light.

RECOMMENDED: The David’s Special Salad, The LGBTQ Sammich, The Green Goddess Chicken Salad Sammich, The Peanut Butter Snickerdoodle, The Pumpkin Spice Cookie, The Loving v Virginia, The Carrot Cake.

AVOID: The Chocolate Almond Cookie was pretty dry.

TIP: 10a-9p daily at 2380 N Buffalo Drive, Suite 110.

WHAT THE STARS MEAN: 5 World Class, 4 Excellent, 3 Good, 2 Fair, 1 Poor.

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sixth+mill Ristorante. Pizzeria. Bar., Las Vegas NV

sixth+mill ristorante

U’vroccolo – Cauliflower, Parmigiano Sauce

Pasta al Forno – Meat-Tomato Ragu, Bechamel, Caciocavallo Cheese

Gnocchi Sorrentina – Potato Dumplings, Tomato, Burrata Cheese

Margherita Pizza – Fior di Latte Cheese, Tomato Sauce, Apulian Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Oregano

Vince Pizza – Mozzarella Cheese, Burrata Cheese, Mortadella, Pistachio, Orange Zest

O’baba – Rum Soaked Cake, Whipped Cream, Orange, Vanilla Custard

Lemon Ricotta Torta della Nonna – Cookie Crust, Strawberry Sauce, Pistachio

Zeppoline – Fried Donuts, Pastry Cream, Amarena Cherry, Vanilla Custard

Imported from Los Angeles, and joining Factory Kitchen at The Venetian Hotel & Casino, sixth + mill ristorante sees Chef and Restaurateur Angelo Auriana focus on childhood memories overlooking St. Mark’s Square.

Described as “the new neighborhood pizzeria,” but in reality a Bib Gourmand award recipient from the Michelin Guide in California, the Restaurant focuses on dishes from the south of Italy executed locally by Factory Kitchen’s Eduardo Pérez, and much like the space in Restaurant Row a spotlight is shined great Ingredients presented simply.

Part of The Grand Canal Shoppes, a replacement for Otto not far from The Canals, diners will find excellent service from the moment they approach sixth + mill’s podium, and even though staff is young they all seem well trained and fluent in describing imported Ingredients including DOP Cheeses as well as culinary techniques used behind the scenes.

Pairing Food with a Beer, Wine and Cocktail list from Sommelier Francine Diamond-Ferdinandi, many will start with Fritters or Appetizers, and for meat eaters and vegetarians alike the U’vroccolo with Cauliflower intended to be dipped in Parmigiano sauce should not be missed.

Approachable but never boring, Pastas also warrant a look whether focused on Durum Wheat or Egg Noodles, plentiful portions offering enough to share found in feather-light Gnocchi with vibrant Tomato sauce, as well as baked-to-order Pasta al Forno with unctuous Meat Sauce and Bechamel.

Using custom-built ovens from Saputo Biscotto straight from Italy, Pizzas are sixth + mill’s “raison d’être” no matter whether one prefers White or Red, and with leopard spotted Crusts cooked in ninety seconds Auriana’s Dough is the result of science and passion, his own Yeast starter helping 00 Flour cook up light with just the right amount of char and chew whether as a classic Margherita or the “Vince” featuring creamy Burrata, imported Mortadella and a Citrus twist.

Also seeking to please with plates including Chicken Parm, Sausage and Mussels, no meal sixth + mill should end without Dessert from Pastry Chef Jorge Luque, the Zeppoline a touch underwhelming while a Rum-soaked “O’baba” carries French roots south via Oranges and Custard to compete for top billing with “Torta della Nonna” that rethinks Cheesecake atop a buttery Cookie Crust.

FOUR AND A HALF STARS: Led by The Factory Kitchen’s Eduardo Pérez and Pastry Chef Jorge Luque, sixth+mill ristorante sees Chef and Restaurateur Chef Angelo Auriana focus on Italian favorites across share plates, Pastas and the city’s best Neapolitan Pizzas at a fair price considering the location.

RECOMMENDED: U’vroccolo, Pasta al Forno, Vince Pizza, O’baba, Lemon Ricotta Torta della Nonna.

AVOID: Timing ones arrival is tricky, because while the St. Mark’s Square street performers can be fun the opera gets quite loud and annoying as it drones on at short distance.

TIP: Open from 11 am to 11 pm daily.

WHAT THE STARS MEAN: 5 World Class, 4 Excellent, 3 Good, 2 Fair, 1 Poor.

www.venetian.com/restaurants/sixth-and-mill.html

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b.B.d’s [2,] Las Vegas NV

bBd’s

bBd’s Confit Wings, bBd’s Hot Sauce, Jalapeño Sauce, Bleu Cheese, Carrots, Celery

Kid’s Dinosaur Chicken Nuggets, Smiley Fries, Ketchup

House-made Crinkle Cut Fries, Hefeweizen Cheese Sauce

Falafel Balls, Tzatziki Sauce, Marinated Cucumbers, Goat Cheese

Mexican Cheese Sticks, Jalapeño and Habanero Infused Cheddar

Garbage Fries – Crinkle Cut Fries, Tots, Hot Sauce, Ground Beef, Bacon, Cheddar Cheese, Pickles, Onions, Fried Egg

Drumstick Shake with Candied Peanuts, Waffle Crumb, Dark Chocolate Sauce, Rainbow Sprinkles, Whipped Cream

Peanut Butter Whoopie Shake with Candied Peanuts, Hershey Syrup, Whipped Cream, House Made Chocolate Whoopie Pie

Strawberry Shortcake Shake with Fresh Strawberry Compote, Whipped Cream, Vanilla Cake Crumble, White Chocolate Crunchies

Cider Samples

House-made Pork Pastrami / Prime Beef Neck Pastrami

Spicy Steak-Emm Sloppy Joe – Emulsified & Seasoned Prime Beef, Zesty Sloppy Joe Sauce, Onion Straws, Pickles

22oz 60-Day Dry-Aged New York Strip – Sea Salt, Garlic, Thyme with Horseradish Mashed Potatoes, Creamed Spinach

Beer Samples

Prime Beef Philly Cheesesteak – Provolone, Mushrooms, Onions

Bananas Foster Boozy Shake with Banana Foster Compote, Banana Chips, Waffle Cone Pieces, Graham Crackers, Meyer’s Dark Rum, Whipped Cream

Chocolate Cake Batter Boozy Shake with House Made Chocolate Cake Batter, Cocoa Nibs, Chocolate Pieces, Caramel Sauce, Smoked Salt, Jameson Irish Whiskey

Oatmeal Raisin Boozy Shake with House Made Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Crumble, Jack Daniels Honey Raisin Compote, Whipped Cream, Cinnamon Sugar, Jack Daniels Honey Whiskey

Gooey Warm Cinnabomb – Vesta Coffee Ice Cream, Gooey Cream Cheese Icing, Saigon Cinnamon

Now a part of the local dining scene for over a year, early accolades from longtime friends forgotten for the next *big* thing from one of Las Vegas’ “cool” Chefs, September 2019 sees bBd’s taking a new approach that focuses on Casino guests without sacrificing any of the craftsmanship or quality that made the Restaurant stand out from the start.

Predictably taking time to find an audience inside Palace Station, Football season now sees bBd’s open at 11am on weekends, and between Gridiron Specials, a Kid’s Menu and Ralph Perrazzo’s on-site butchering program the only real questions are *how much* to order and “why is this place not busier?”

An acronym for Beers, Burgers and Desserts, all three available in several forms alongside a multitude of options ranging from Appetizers to Steaks cut-to-share, it is seated at hefty tables amidst televisions showing a half-dozen games that guests will find themselves on Saturdays and Sundays, service led by Mike Amidei professional but friendly in a way that would warrant praise even if the Food cost twice as much.

Still playing Rock music overhead during early hours, though play-by-play is offered during Monday Night Football and all 82+ Las Vegas Knights games, it was after perusing several 11a-4p specials that an order was arranged, $6 each for a half-dozen juicy Wings, spicy Cheese Sticks and housemade “Dinosaur Nuggets” with fried Mashed Potato smiles a bonafide bargain while Perrazzo’s similarly priced Falafel may be the best in town in terms of texture as well as taste.

Unfortunately 86ing an enormous Bavarian Pretzel due to slow sales, but keeping the Hefeweizen Beer Cheese as a Dip for crispy Crinkle Cut Fries made with an original Coney Island press, one would be challenged to name better Fries for $5 in Las Vegas than those at bBd’s, though the “Garbage” version featuring Hot Sauce, Ground Beef, Bacon, Cheddar Cheese, Pickles, Onions and a Fried Egg makes a compelling argument to go “all-in” for just three more bucks.

Sampling a few Beers and Ciders along the way, and making sure not to miss bBd’s Milkshakes that focus on housemade Soft-serve plus craft Accoutrements instead of store-bought Candy like those at Black Tap and Sugar Factory, it was by request that two types of Pastrami were served separated from their Bun, each entirely unique but tender and well-seasoned while Chef Perrazzo’s Sloppy Joe built from housemade Prime Beef “Steak-Emms” is a must-order for $10, but even better at $7 during Happy Hour.

Smartly adding a $7 Cheesesteak, and skipping Whiz in favor of Provolone because quality Beef needn’t be covered up by Kraft, there is nowhere else in Las Vegas that a sharable Sandwich costs so little while value-shoppers will also want to take a look at bBd’s 22oz 60-Day Dry-Aged New York Strip with complimentary Horseradish Mashed Potatoes and Creamed Spinach for just $49.

Stuffed, and with a bag full of leftovers, it was after a few more bites of beautifully grilled Beef that lunch ended on a sweet note, the Cinnabomb literally leaking Butter when pierced with a fork and all the better for it while three “Boozy Shakes” made deciding which is best a perilous task for those with low alcohol tolerance as all are incredibly smooth, right down to the bottom.

FIVE STARS: Rare to call any place “World Class” after a single visit the fact of the matter is that there is no one out there taking on Pub Grub and executing it as well as b.B.d’s, the effort of Chef Perazzo and his team evident in everything from Ingredient sourcing to design while the Food and Beverage both live up to promises of “Craftsmanship you can taste.” <– Still true after a second look, and now an even greater value.

RECOMMENDED: Falafel Balls, Garbage Fries, Spicy Steak-Emm Sloppy Joe, Prime Beef Philly Cheesesteak, 22oz 60-Day Dry-Aged New York Strip, Drumstick Shake, Strawberry Shake, Oatmeal Cookie Boozy Shake, Gooey Warm Cinnabomb

AVOID: For those who don’t love Horseradish the Mashed Potatoes are a no-go, also keep in mind that thus far music plays instead of play-by-play during 11a-4p Gridiron Specials.

TIP: 4:30p-10:00p weekdays and 11:00a-10:00p weekends. Online menu is accurate, but specials are not currently listed so check @eatbbdslv on Social Media.

WHAT THE STARS MEAN: 5 World Class, 4 Excellent, 3 Good, 2 Fair, 1 Poor.

www.eatbbds.com

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