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Great Places to Eat at @Pubcon Las Vegas 2012

Pubcon Food Great Places to Eat at @Pubcon Las Vegas 2012I admit I watch the Food Network a lot. I am not sure why because the best thing I can cook is Hamburger Helper. I guess I am hoping that some of the knowledge and skills will somehow seep into my brain and suddenly I will cook better.

Anyway, I have seen some of the shows feature some interesting and unique restaurants in Las Vegas.  I thought I would share them with you in case you are looking for some interesting and great food when you are at Pubcon. I have never eaten at any of these places and cannot personally recommend them. I am just sharing the knowledge from great chefs that say these places offer fantastic and unique meals. icon smile Great Places to Eat at @Pubcon Las Vegas 2012

So just remember this post when you are, of course only slightly intoxicated, in Vegas and hungry. Be safe and I will see you there!

Bachi Burger

470 E Windmill Ln, Ste 100, Las Vegas, NV 89123
702-242-2244
Yelp Reviews and Map

Forte Tapas Restaurant and Bar

4180 Rainbow Blvd, Ste 806, Las Vegas, NV 89103
702-220-3876
Yelp Reviews and Map

Four Kegs Sports Bar
276 N Jones Blvd, Ste B, Las Vegas, NV 89107
702-870-0255
Yelp Reviews and Map

Naked City Pizza Shop

Inside Moon Doggies Bar
3240 S Arville St, Las Vegas, NV 89102
702-243-6277
Yelp Reviews and Map

John Mull’s Meats and Road Kill Grill

3730 Thom Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89130
702-645-1200
Yelp Reviews and Map

Lola’s Louisiana Kitchen – Cajan/Creole

241 W Charleston Blvd,Las Vegas, NV 89102
702-227-5652
Yelp Reviews and Map

Guy Savoy in Caesar’s Palace

3570 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
877-346-4642

Yelp Reviews and Map

Freed’s Bakery – Cakes and Pastries

9815 S Eastern Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89183
702-456-7762
Yelp Reviews and Map

Brand Steakhouse

in the Monte Carlo
3770 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
702-730-6700
Yelp Reviews and Map

Sage – Mediterranean
in the Aria Resort and Casino
3732 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
877-230-2742
Yelp Reviews and Map

Payard Patisserie & Bistro

in Caesar’s Palace
3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
702-731-7292
Yelp Reviews and Map

The Wynn Buffet

3131 South Las Vegas Boulevard  Las Vegas, NV 89109
702-248-3463
Google Reviews and Map

Do you have any favorite places to eat in Vegas? Please tell us in comments! Oh and check out Pubcon’s Pre-Pubcon Tips And Guidebook To Plan A Great Week In Las Vegas.

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 Great Places to Eat at @Pubcon Las Vegas 2012

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10 thoughts on “Great Places to Eat at @Pubcon Las Vegas 2012

  1. Great list Melissa. Nothing notable inside TI Hotel but Wynn is nearby and there’s good eats all around. I’d recommend Hash House a Go Go for anyone seeking massive portions. Also, Sushi Samba.

  2. I’d add Pampas Brazilian Grille to the list but uh, there won’t be any tables available. not, at least, during our #EpicDinnerVegas dinner, since we’re taking the entire main dining room. WHich means there may be tables available, in the smaller party room :-)

  3. If you want to go to a Locals destination, I would go to “Tacos El Gordo”. It’s on the strip just one parking lot away from the Wynn Hotel. It’s the best tacos I have ever eaten hands down. At $2 a pop, you can’t beat it. They are a little bigger than your standard street tacos, so the $2 is well worth it.

  4. My votes as a Vegas local:
    -Firefly (http://www.fireflylv.com), just up Paradise from the Convention Center, has been serving up fantastic tapas for ages. Bacon-wrapped dates, stuffed mushrooms and patatas bravas with homemade sangria and a boisterous atmosphere make this place great after the show.
    -Second Michael’s Hash House recommendation
    -Simon at Palms Place is swank and relaxing without being uppity, and they have some great food too. Try the wok-charred edamame (served hot and totally tasty) and the crispy sesame rice.
    -For an exotic (not erotic!) full dinner with entertainment, try Marrakech (http://www.marrakechvegas.com/). Truly authentic food and live belly dancing. Fun and delicious.
    -Capo’s (http://www.caposrestaurant.com/) has Italian with a slight mob twist. Don’t forget to bring a light to read the menu, but the tortelloni is totally worth it.

    Drinking recommendation: Frankie’s Tiki Room (http://frankiestikiroom.com/). Best place to get drunk for cheap. Drinks aren’t rock-bottom prices, but they’re heavy pours and totally worth it.

    Atmosphere recommendations: The Peppermill’s Fireside Lounge for kitsch, mirrors, a sunken firepit and old-school bartenders who know how to make a grasshopper or the Cosmopolitan’s Chandelier Bar for ultra-modern elegance, eye-popping people watching, and young, attractive servers.

  5. We just got back from Vegas and really could not believe the amazing food options! We watch a lot of Top Chef and we did make it to Hubert Keller’s Burger Bar. Delicious! Best burger I have had in a while and the milk shakes were amazing! That’s over in Mandalay Place (at the end of the strip but so worth it!).