Peppermill Restaurant & Fireside Lounge
2985 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Primary Phone: (702) 735-7635
Phone: (702) 735-7635
Fax: (702) 735-8923
Peppermill Cafe & Fireside Lounge
Peppermill Coffee Shop
The Peppermill Restaurant & Fireside Lounge
Peppermill's Fireside Lounge
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Bar & Grills
Alcohol: Cocktails, Full Bar
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Specialties: American Restaurant, American, American Food, Bridal Events, Parties
the food is good and the prices are reasonable. The staff however...is rude and doesn't seem to care about their customers. Our drinks were never refilled and ketchup and napkins where never brought to the table. When the server came to take our order she simply said "you ready." Nice concept, but bad service.
03/05/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Not a shadow of the great place it once was.
Only video poker in Nevada that doesn't comp drinks.
Very tight video poker too.
Bar menu is simply Smart and Final nuke and serve school cafeteria fare.
Expensive restaurant menu is close to the same with lot's and lot's of fancy garnish as camouflage.
Hustlers with scams will confront you in the parking lot, prostitutes-a-plenty sporting loathsome diseases in the Fireside lounge.
Greedy tourist trap and the operators want it that way.
03/03/2010Provided by Citysearch -
What once was a fun stop, has become another expensive tourist trap.
Drinks are expensive, it's the only poker bar in Nevada that doesn't comp drinks.
Food is no longer the creative culinary concoctions that made the place famous, rather just the frozen then nuked school cafeteria yellow stuff.
Parking lots are full of hustlers with all kinds of scams you'll have to negotiate through. Bar area has plenty of prostitutes.
The Peppermill no longer has the unique character, energy, great atmosphere and good food that made it famous.
07/07/2009Provided by Citysearch -
we have been coming back to vegas every yeay for the last 5 years ( we're from the U.K) . One of the first meals we had was at the peppermill - steak and eggs and a huge bloody mary ! brilliant ... what more can you ask for at 10 in the morning! the waitresses were prompt and cheerful you wasn't hurried it was wounderful and we always go back at least once but mostly more often. We will be back there this August!!!
08/19/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I stop by this restaurant every time I am in Las Vegas, it would ruin my trip not to take a meal @ the Peppermill. Like other reviewers have said, the portions are huge and the service is great. The atmosphere is great as well, down to earth. It's the perfect place to hang out with friends after you're done hopping around all the pretentious, ""hip"" nightspots.
04/25/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Everytime I visit Vegas I make a stop at the Peppermill, it's a bit of nostalgia that you don't see much anymore. The food is excellent, the portions are HUGE and a great value for the money. Love the atmosphere and service is always sharp (although the clothes the female servers wear are not!).
03/17/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This was the cure to the common meal. I was staying at the Riviera Hotell for a Social science convention. If I had only know of the Peppermill when I checked in. The service was great, the food was the perfect ""Anti-Meatloaf"". I was tired, hungrey and asked for a Pastrami. It was everything you would want, the meat was thin (check), the breat was fresh (check) with a light mustard that did not over power the meat, (double check). As I looked around it seemed like everyone was...fat and happy! The glowing neon that might get it banned in a small town fit right in with my own ideas of ""Vegas"" (OK, I am 50-something!). The light also seemed to go with the sound of every language-in this case it might have been Mandarin. There was a massive trade convention in town with rumors of a very large group from China selling heavy construction equipment. I now wonder if the group next to me was part of that? Did I mention the wine? I asked for a Syrah/Shiraz and loved it. This part of ""The Strip"" seemed to have very little parking, so I would guess most of the people walked. As for the woman who waited on me, she was everything you would want and nothing you would not want. I also had a chance to see her style with the other patrons. She handled the kind of touching that might get a face slaped in another place-did not seem to brake her style or demeanor-I hope they tipped very, very big. Yes I have heard this compared to ""Dennys"", but smile when you say that and declare it to be ""Dennys on steroids"". When I come back to town the reason to stay at the Riviera will be that I can walk, or even craw to the Peppermill Inn. The only shame is that it is not in fact an ""Inn"" I would rather move in and not walk.
After a long night of drinks, dancing, gambling or all of the above and you still aren't ready to head back to the room, try the Peppermill. The portions are great, service is good and the atmosphere is as Vegas as it gets. Nothing like a Denver omelet with a rum and coke at 4am!
08/10/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Yes the Peppermill Inn is like your neighborhood diner but the food quality is a great deal higher then say...Denny's. The menu offers plenty to choose from and has your average breakfast, lunch, and dinner diner choices. The pancakes are huge, the eggs are fluffy, and the hashbrowns are homemade. This is a great breakfast spot after a very long night. The slightly cheesey color scheme and neon lights are actually quite entertaining and the waitstaff is extremely friendly! I would recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a good breakfast!