If you enjoy food and really want an authentic philly cheese steak Pops is where it's at. It's the only cheesesteak in Las Vegas worth your time. They also have Frank's black cherry cola and all kinds of deep fried wickedness I.e. Okra & sweet potato fries. It's open 24 hours and outdoors so plan accordingly. I usually get a cheesesteak with double meat and double cheese, and a Frank's black cherry cola. Enjoy
had a great time with our server, Cate. She has an awesome personality and up to the challenge I present for fun servers. Manager M-dawg even joined in the fun. Will definitely request to be seated in her section...... Jimmie
Food is amazing, try the house aged steak and the house potatoes. Definitely call ahead because it can get busy.
I finally got around to checking out Bazaar Meat after meaning to go here for over a year, and I'm so glad I did! The first thing that drew me in was the overall atmosphere of the place. It's dark with really bizarre decor and a huge fire pit right in the middle of the dining room. I really love the multiple kitchen concept here and as a true foodie, it was super entertaining to watch the chefs busy at work preparing my meal.The best tip I can give you is that if you come here, BRING MONEY. I mean serious amounts of it. This is NOT a bargain restaurant but I thought the high price tag was worth it. This was not just a meal, it was a very memorable experience.The service was leisurely paced with just the right amount of friendliness. We decided to go all out with this meal so we ordered multiple courses and brought our own wine ($35 corkage fee). I took a pic of the wine menu since it was surprisingly heavy on big California reds. Worth noting since it's a faux pas to bring a bottle of wine that's already on the menu! The menu is heavy on Spanish influenced cuisine, with a focus on cured meats and giant steaks. This is not the place for picky eaters either, I'd classify most of the menu items as not only adventurous, but downright strange. Get out of your comfort zone and try some of the more wacky menu listings!The serving styles are pretty inventive too -- the chicken croquetas are served in a fake glass Converse shoe! My favorite menu item of the evening were the cauliflower steak (roasted cauliflower in a very tasty romesco sauce). Yep, delicious! The asparagus were a huge let down and our plate was comprised of mostly the hard, woody stems. Yuck. Nobody likes that part and most of what we were served should've been thrown out. I was also not a fan of the crab and shrimp cocktail and would not order that again. The Chateaubriand was absolutely perfect. It took a while to cook but we were having a blast relaxing in the intimate atmosphere of the place. Since Bazaar Meat specializes in steaks, it goes without saying that the kitchen knows how to cook meat perfectly. We had both medium and medium-rare meat and both were absolutely perfect.I loved the dessert menu concept (go for the "Chef's Sampler" box of mini desserts). They were almost too pretty to eat and tasted great. My favorite thing? The mini cookies, yum! My $6.00 espresso was more than acceptable and was a great way to round out our dinner.While I'd love to be able to make dining here a habit, the prices will make it only reserved for special occasions. Ask to see the daily tasting menu options too, but be warned: the prices are EVEN HIGHER THAN THE FRENCH LAUNDRY! Yikes!If you only order one thing here, make it the Robuchon potatoes. They were like eating mashed potato butter icing! Smooth texture and tons of creamy butter-ness!
The staff was very accommodating, we brought hundreds of guys for a conference for 3 days. The rooms were clean and the meeting rooms were nice
Love coming here with the kids when in Vegas. They live anything cooked in front of them. Great effort by the chefs with the standard onion ring volcano and egg happy face.
Very good steak! It's great when the hotel gives you coupons too! I recommend this place. Great waiter, friendly and very clean!
The steak was dry and not flavorful. I'm only giving two stars because I guess pricing is good relative to other steakhouses. The service was terrible, except for the runner who overheard me say it was the worst service ( he was so nice and apologized and now I feel so guilty). I also had a special request for a birthday dessert for my mom since it was her Birthday which never came. EPIC FAIL OF LIFE!! Do not be cheap, go to a more expensive steakhouse on the stripThis is an update! I took it from two to one star. I wrote the review while sitting at the dinner table. My mom has been throwing up for hours now. Could this experience have gotten any worse?!?!
Service is good, steaks are great, good happy hour, atmosphere has old vegas feel. I've recommended this place to all my friends.
Old-school. Frank Sinatra has his own booth here. Outstanding service. Steaks are juicy and cooked to perfection. The Caesar salad is prepared table side and tasted great. Bananas Foster is prepared table side. Absolutely fantastic.