It’s supposed to be a British pub, right? But, nothing about the interior or the food screamed British to me. Of course my experience might be different than most because I was with a group (about 20ish?) for a friend’s birthday. A set amount was paid, we were seated at a long row of high-top tables, given wristbands, and were subsequently spoiled with an all you can drink/all you can eat extravaganza.
The AYCD portion included all drafts, well drinks, and house wine. They’ve got a decent mix of imports and domestics — most of which you’ve probably heard of or tasted elsewhere. The food they brought out was typical bar food. Sliders, wings, onion rings, spinach artichoke dip, potato skins… like I said, nothing that would make me think of a British pub. Unless, of course, southwest egg rolls originated across the pond. I didn’t look at their menu so for all I know it’s full of fish and chips, bangers and mash, and other British favorites. For bar food, it was decent. The sliders were the best of the bunch.
While the food wasn’t revolutionary, the service was. Plates were cleared quickly, plenty of food was brought out for everyone with lots left behind, bartenders were friendly, and the manager stopped by frequently to check up on things. All in all it was a good experience. We all had a great time, especially the birthday girl.
4503 Paradise Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89169