Triple George Grill
201 N 3rd St, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Barbecue, American, Steakhouse, European, Seafood, Continental, Bar & Grills
Price Range : Average
Good For Groups: Yes
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08/24/2011Provided by Citysearch -
It's difficult to find a good restaurant open for lunch. Living in Las Vegas, it isn't difficult to find restaurants, but nothing as good as this is, for a nice lunch, once in a while. Service excellent, and food really good. The only drawback is, it's a little noisey, but we were there for the lunch hour.
01/13/2009Provided by Citysearch -
My husband and I made it here on January 10, 2009 and were so impressed with the ambiance, service, food and drink that I am planning my graduation party here and am looking forward to going back soon. The service is so impeccable and Brian is wonderful. You must have the shrimp cocktail they are huge and you get 5 of them for a great price. The salads and steaks are great as well as the apple/blueberry cobbler and the fresh baked chocolate chip cookies. If you want to try an undiscovered spot go here you will love it.
12/30/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My husband and I like to stay in Downtown Vegas when we visit so I did a search for a nicer classy restraunt on the web and ran across Triple George's overview and website. So while we were there over Christmas weekend, romantic get-away for the two of us, I made it a point to stop in and try the place. The online menu looked enticing. Verdict is: I was pleased ! The atmosphere is quite nice - very clean, low lighting for intimate dining, big dark wood bar at the entry, private eating areas available. Pleasant. Though I will note the chairs aren't the most comfortable but that hardly made a dent in my overall impression of the place. The food was very good. I had the Ribeye special offered that evening. My husband had the Shrimp Linguini special and we had a calamari appetizer. Yum ! And it was a LOT of food. No way I could finish. I remarked to the waitress that it was the first time, since meedting my husband (7 years ago - he's a grill genius), that I wasn't disappointed with a steak prepared in a restraunt and I've visited several steak places since then. The service was AWESOME !! The waitress was a fun lady - very professional with an enjoyable demeanor. Food came quick once ordered. Nice ! Only reason I didn't rate it excellent is because of the price. 2 meals, 2 teas and an appetizer - no dessert. Bill was $80. I thought it was a little expensive. That's solely based on my opinion and I do recomend you try it and make your own judgment. It was worth the experience and we very well may go there again next time we're in Las Vegas.
10/14/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Our waiter quickly appeared for our drink orders, water, and recited the day?s specials. We received a complimentary relish tray and placed our orders. My wife opted for the evening?s special, sesame crusted Ahi tuna served with mashed potatoes and mixed seasonal vegetables. The tuna was served too rare so it was sent back to the kitchen until it was suitably medium rare. I could tell something was amiss when a frown appeared on my wife's forehead after taking a few bites. The tuna was extremely tough and the potatoes had been genetically re-mastered resulting in an out-of-worldly consistency and flavor. I fared only slightly better with the seafood cioppino ? shrimp, mussels, crab, white fish, clams and scallops in a somewhat spicy tomato sauce. We concluded the meal with a bread pudding that was tasty, but too heavy.
10/11/2008Provided by Citysearch -
What a great suprize and and great food. A little hard to find in downtown Vegas but worth the look. Valet parking a perk also. This place reminded me alot of Peter Lugers in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York. The steaks were the best. The service very friendly, and a great wine selection. Full service bar also.
04/24/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I live in Las Vegas and have enjoyed dinner here twice so far and I'm going again this Saturday night! Service is wonderful -- attentive and friendly without being overbearing. Classy and comfortable atmosphere and the food is stellar! Comfort food with class is how I'd describe it. Their bacon-wrapped meatloaf is nothing short of amazing, the crab cakes are meaty and flavorful, shrimp cocktail had 6 large shrimp but was slightly overcooked, George's chopped salad is awesome (with crumbled feta cheese, and a wonderful house vinagrette), the petrale sole was cooked perfectly, and their stuffed pork chops were fabulous stuffed with apples and goat cheese! And yes, the adjacent bar, Sidebar, is comfortable and the cocktails are delicious. We were amazed how few people were there on a Saturday night. People need to know this place exists so we don't lose probably THE best downtown restaurant in Las Vegas.
04/09/2008Provided by Citysearch -
For anyone who has not tried Triple George you are missing out on one of the best places to dine in this over-priced, casino-filled town. They just changed their menu and it is better than ever. A la carte is gone and many of the original favorites are back!!! The service is outstanding. The entire staff is friendly, just start talking to them and you will see what I mean. The food is great and you definitely will NOT leave hungry. The dessert are so delicious and I believe they are made in-house everyday. Oh and I cannot forget Sidebar. I have taken many friends who agree the drinks are among the best in Las Vegas. Jerry and Adina will make any alcoholic concoction you want!!!!! I am always impressed by this place and how friendly the staff is to each other and to the customers!! Don't be scared by ""downtown"" it's about to be the best place in Vegas!! If you haven't tried it yet, venture to Triple Geogre and feel what it means to be a part of a really great restaurant!!
03/11/2008Provided by Citysearch -
A group of 10 of us went to Triple George on Saturday night for the first time. What a wonderful place this is!!!!! The food was absolutely delicious and the service was impeccable. We will go back again and again. This is the best kept secret in downtown Las Vegas. But don't let the fact that it is downtown scare you. It is easily accessible!!! We were actually trying to get reservations at Hugo's Cellar, and I was rudely told that they could not accomodate my party until 9:30pm. After several people had recommended this place, we decided to try it. It was fabulous experience!!! You won't be sorry!!!