This place might be known as the hot new concert venue, but it shouldn’t be overlooked for its food. With a menu from the Bromberg brothers of Blue Ribbon fame, their fried chicken has garnered much praise. The mixed fried chicken dinner ($22) might be pricey (at least for lunch) but it didn’t disappoint. Consisting of half a chicken — one breast, wing, thigh, and drumstick — it’s plenty filling for almost any hungry diner. Plus it comes with mashed potatoes and collard greens. You’d be hard pressed to find an exterior as delicately crispy, crunchy, and flavorful as the one coating this fried chicken. Along with meat that was juicy and tender, it was by far the best fried chicken I’ve had in town.
Located in the newly created Linq — the shopping and dining district between the Flamingo and the Quad (formerly Imperial Palace) — it’s a must visit for any concert goer or lover of comfort food. But, with a bar and lounge area overlooking the street and multiple bowling alleys overlooking the concert area there are plenty of other reasons to pay this business a visit.
3545 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109