Where to find great food and beers in Las Vegas


In honor of the arrival of fall, not to mention this month’s return of the Downtown Brew Festival, which takes place on October 16 at the Clark County Amphitheater, it makes sense to turn our attention to Las Vegas restaurants serving great beer. It’s the season to soak up the foam, and it all starts at the legendary Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas (702.853.2337) where every day is a celebration of Oktoberfest. Now in October, a variety of celebrities and local artists come every Friday and Saturday night to pull a new keg and keep the party going, which is pretty easy to do when you have giant mugs of cold beer and beer. mouth-watering Bavarian specialties to nibble on, like a crispy pork knuckle with a coleslaw and bacon salad, giant baked pretzels with onion mustard and breaded cutlets with mushroom sauce.

Do you know what else goes well with an iced tea? Fried chicken, especially the southern variety, and it is the specialty of Yardbird Southern Table and Bar (702.297.6541) at the Venetian. Get that crisp, juicy goodness on a pepper jelly cookie, on a cheddar waffle with spicy watermelon, or on its own, a simple half bird with a tangy honey sauce. Everything is familiar and tasty, but you might not know that Yardbird has one of the best beer selections on the Strip, including regional craft specialties as well as Las Vegas brewing champions like Able Baker, Big Dog’s. , Tenaya Creek and more.

The recently reopened El Burro Borracho (855.888.3463) at the Rio is a great place to enjoy Mexican food with a Modelo Especial or Dos Equis lager. Celebrity chef Guy Fieri designed this menu as a base for having a good time, serving fresh guacamole, ‘trash’ nachos with carne asada or al pastor, cheeseburger tacos with Sonora braised beef and enchiladas in chicken mole verde.

West in the downtown Summerlin complex, brand new faucet room Beer Zombies (702.780.0297) curates hard-to-find beers from across the country and the freshest local flavors to deliver a one-of-a-kind beer-tasting experience, and has a small but powerful menu of dishes to round it off. Square Sicilian pizza slices with your favorite savory and spicy toppings will satisfy that growing appetite, or munch on crispy chicken wings and spicy Nashville cauliflower.

Back on the Strip, the ever-popular Beer (702.692.2337) at The Park is sure to fill up with hockey fans when Vegas Golden Knights games resume this month at nearby T-Mobile Arena. Better come in while you can to weave your way through its endless taps and carefully selected beers while munching on roast chicken, barbecued ribs, minced roast beef sandwiches and IPA cheddarwurst kids topped with smoked bacon onion jam.

Another indoor-outdoor hot spot just up the boulevard is the rooftop Beer park (702.444.4500) in Paris, where you split your time between watching sports on high-definition screens and seeing all the action from the Strip below. Of course, you’ll also be sharing chili verde nachos, stuffed eggs, macaroni and cheese egg rolls, and cheese chicken steaks, plus flights of beer that will give you four 6-ounce worms for you to taste. as you wish. Bottom up!

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