Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill

I went here a while back with no reservation on a busy Thursday night and they were able to seat our party of 9 within 15 minutes. After reading mixed reviews of the place my expectations weren’t very high. But, I walked away impressed with several of the dishes. Crispy calamari was mixed with pickled… Continue reading Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill

Joe’s Seafood Prime Steak & Stone Crab

My first stop during Restaurant Week 2012 was Joe’s Seafood. Located deep, deep within the Forum Shops (at least if you’re walking from the garage) it has an old-school atmosphere and a menu full of classic dishes. And, of course, their specialty… stone crabs. We got an a la carte order of stone crabs to… Continue reading Joe’s Seafood Prime Steak & Stone Crab

Old Homestead Steakhouse

Like other Vegas steakhouses, Old Homestead is dark. It’s also loud since the dining area opens up to the bar and a hallway within Caesars. And, like other steakhouses, you’ll find typical dishes like beef tartare, tuna tartare, French onion soup, oysters, salads, a few seafood dishes, sides that are a la carte, and of… Continue reading Old Homestead Steakhouse

Max Brenner

Between Serendipity 3 and this place Caesar’s has the Vegas market cornered when it comes to over-priced desserts and junk food. But, despite it being a tourist trap I wanted to check it out. Afterall, it’s a tourist trap filled with lots of chocolatey goodness. I stopped by with my son for lunch and they… Continue reading Max Brenner