The location on east Fremont and the wacky decor is reason enough to visit. The food, on the other hand, is another story. The French toast ($10) lacked a good sear and was soggy — unable to hold up to the custard it was soaked in. Topped with mixed berries, it was an unspectacular dish. Even worse was the fried chicken and waffle sandwich ($11). A thick, oily breading coated strips of breast meat and were sandwiched between soggy waffles. The best of the items we tried were the mac n cheese balls ($8). Five per order and coated in a light layer of panko breadcrumbs, the mac n cheese inside wasn’t half bad when compared to the other dishes.
The almost-garish decor makes for a good conversation starter and photos. Who doesn’t want to see a classically painted portrait of a horse mounting another horse? Park on Fremont might even be a good place to grab some drinks, but you should make sure you grab a bite to eat elsewhere.
506 Fremont St
Las Vegas, NV 89101