It was an underwhelming experience. The food was decent all around, but not mind-blowing. The baked goat cheese marinara ($10.95) was heavy on the cheese, light on the marinara, and came with more than enough toast. The chicken parmesan ($14.95) was pretty good, but similar to a million other versions of the dish. It was something that we could have gotten anywhere else. Last up was the filet mignon ($30.95). It was a nicely charred, tender cut that was cooked medium rare, as ordered with some buttery and garlicy mashed potatoes along with green beans and carrots.

The atmosphere makes for a nice chill place for locals to hang out Downtown and the isolated booths that run along the bar make for an ideal place to have an intimate dinner where you can actually sustain a conversation despite the loud crowd noise from the bar. It’s great to see more restaurants popping up Downtown, unfortunately I can’t say I had a good enough experience to make me come back.

3 Stars

201 N 3rd St
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 384-2761

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