While Las Vegas is most associated with casinos, one-of-a-kind shows, and the bustling neon-lit strip; the greater Las Vegas area has evolved into a culinary destination over the years. There’s an abundance of great places to eat that don’t involve Elvis impersonators, slot machines, or valet parking.
The Black Sheep is an award-winning, modern Vietnamese-American restaurant worth leaving the strip for. The most popular dishes include pork sausage bao sliders with fried quail egg or a grass-fed ribeye with crispy artichokes and Peruvian purple mashed potatoes on the side. This top-notch restaurant is open for dinner only. We recommend making reservations, as the intimate setting only seats 50 people.
The Back Sheep is located at 8680 W. Warm Springs Rd, Las Vegas, NV.
Flock & Fowl is a local hot-spot just north of Freemont Street. This hidden gem is well known for serving up a wide verity of decadent comfort food. One of the most popular dishes includes a fried chicken sandwich bursting from a yellow egg flower bun, topped with creamy coleslaw and spiced with chili oil.
Flock & Fowl is located at 150 N Las Vegas Boulevard, #100, Las Vegas, NV.
The Stove is an airy, open space that is a popular brunch spot for Vegas locals and tourists alike. Skip the overcrowded and overpriced breakfast buffets on the strip and enjoy some of The Stove’s most popular dishes. You cannot go wrong with the waffles, and be sure to indulge in their pastries and macaroons — your taste buds will thank you.
The Stove is located at 11261 S. Eastern Ave, Henderso, NV.
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