"Off the Strip - Just Real Food" is a fairly small and cozy restaurant located near the corner of Decatur and Cactus in a Smith's shopping center. The place seats less than fifty. Don't let the humble facility fool you, though; the food here is absolutely, knock-your-socks-off, fabulous. A couple of brothers from Brooklyn run the operation with Tommy being the one out front and Al being the chef in the back in his open kitchen and wielding his magic touch. The menu has an eclectic collection of American, Italian and Steakhouse dishes. Everything that I have had to date (and that's pretty much the whole menu, since I eat there at least twice a week) has been great. Don't miss the Rigatoni Bolognese, the Beef Wellington or the lasagna (if they have it when you're there - it's usually an off menu special). Also, if you somehow saved room for dessert make sure you try the cheesecake. They make it themselves fresh in the restaurant everyday.
6191 Centennial Center BlvdLas Vegas, NV 89149
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I've been fortunate enough to try many "fine" steak houses and restaurants across america. Be it L'Espalier in Boston, or Jean Georges in NYC. But I can say hands down that the best meal I ever had was served here, at Craftsteak. Our first courses consisted of three simple yet flavorful salads. The beet and mushroom salads had great texture and color. The Beef dishes where all exceptionally prepared and was seasoned better than most other steak houses then I've been to. The vegetables where divine and tasty. The brussel sprouts popped with flavor. And the deserts where solid, but not as impressive as the rest of the meal. Craftsteak is a great fine dinning restaurant worthy of it's four diamond AAA rating. The average price per person is about $80, and could get much more pricy. They have a tasting menu for around $60 that I'm looking forward to trying my next time back to Vegas.
Maximum Comics is hands down with a doubt, the Best comic book store in Las Vegas. The owner Jay and his staff are great people that are always willing to help you with your comic book needs. They also carry action figure,statues,clothing and other comics related merchandise. The store is always clean and well organized. You also get your current and back issues with a bag and board at no charge. The store is located in a shopping center with plenty of parking and they also have the longest hours of any comic store in las vegas. To sum everything up Just go to Maximum comics for all your comic book needs =)