Posts Tagged ‘Vegas restaurants’

The Meat Monger Omelet

The Meat Monger OmeletYou can definitely work up quite an appetite drinking and gambling all night long in Las Vegas, and that’s how I came upon this omelet. It was around 5:15am our second night in Sin City and we were playing video poker at the MGM Grand when we all started getting a little hungry. We decided to head to Studio Cafe since last year when we were in Vegas they were open 24 hours a day, … CONTINUE READING »

PBR Rock Bar & Grill

PBR Rock Bar's Dorito Crusted Mac & CheeseMy wife, a couple friends of ours and I stopped at PBR Rock Bar & Grill in Las Vegas mistakenly thinking that the “PBR” in the name stood for Pabst Blue Ribbon. We were instantly confused however when we looked through the drink menu and noticed that they didn’t sell any Pabst at all. It turns out that “PBR” is also an acronym for Professional Bull Riding. Suddenly the mechanical bull in the corner made … CONTINUE READING »

The Seven Second Beer Challenge

Todd English P.U.B.Do you like free beer? I certainly do, and that’s why I made a stop at Todd English P.U.B. when I was in Las Vegas earlier this month. You see, they have a little challenge there called “Beat The Glass” where you can pick any tap beer they offer and if you can finish it in under seven seconds it’s free.

The challenge is actually a little more difficult than it sounds. The way it … CONTINUE READING »

The Surf and Turf Burger

The Surf and Turf BurgerI’ve wanted to stop at Burger Bar the past couple times I’ve been in Las Vegas, but never ended up making it over to Mandalay Bay to eat there until my most recent trip. In fact this time I didn’t even want to chance missing it again so I pretty much headed over there as soon as I was checked into my hotel room.

The signature burger at Burger Bar is the Rossini, a $60 … CONTINUE READING »

Cravings All You Can Eat Buffet

Cravings BuffetYou can’t come to Las Vegas without heading to at least one buffet, so on my last day in town I decided to check out Cravings, which is the the all you can eat buffet located inside the Mirage. I’ve been to plenty of buffets in my lifetime, but this was easily one of my favorites. It was $25.95, so it was a little pricey, but with eleven different cooking stations encompassing food from every … CONTINUE READING »

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