Authentic, mouth-watering, scratch-made soul food.
2040 N Rainbow Blvd
Las Vegas, Nevada
Specialties include delicious gumbo, fried lobster plus more.
3231 N. Decatur Blvd Ste. #104
Las Vegas, Nevada
Located inside the Venetian Hotel, the Yardbird offers a modern take on Southern comfort means shared plates, craft cocktails, critically acclaimed fried chicken, and an ideal place for brunch or dinner. Do not pass of their world famous fried chicken. Phone: 702.297.6541
If you're looking for the best las vegas buffets for breakfast on the strip this may just hit the mark. Also go for the Grand Happy Hour, featuring $5 bites like tasty Asian Nachos and Double Stuffed Spring Potato Rolls, from The Cheesecake Factory’s sister restaurant. Grand Lux Café, like its sister restaurant, The Cheesecake Factory, fulfills any hunger. Choose from breakfast items, appetizers, pizza, seafood, steaks, burgers, chicken, specialty items, pasta, salads, sandwiches and over 20 fabulous desserts! The wine list is equally eclectic, including selections from all regions. Phone 702-733-7411
This place may just be THE BEST sushi spot in Vegas. Located on the third level of the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. Sushi Roku’s vast and colorful menu features and array of fresh California sushi, luscious salads, hot and cold specialty appetizers, and an extensive selection of hot entrees. Their full service bar features a large selection of hand picked hot and cold sakes, special Asian martinis, and an extensive wine list.
ALL YOU CAN EAT LOBSTER! The “mother of all brunches”, this “one-of-a-kind” feast-apalooza that pops up Sundays in Bally's Steakhouse boasts an “incredible array” of “amazing” eclectic edibles – including caviar, lobster and constantly flowing champagne – that are worth the extra miles on the treadmill; the relaxed atmosphere and sterling service are similarly special, and while it may cost “twice as much” as other Vegas buffets, fans say it's the stuff of “dreams.” Phone: 702-967-7258
Located inside New York New York Hotel and Casino, they're not cheap. Prepare to spend around $50 for their signature steak, but it's so WORTH IT! Enjoy an authentic 1960’s steakhouse setting and ambiance. If you like steaks, give it a go! You won’t really need any sides, it’s massive, so make sure you’re hungry!
Gritz Cafe is a small hidden gem that serves Southern-style breakfast and lunch. A Black owned business that's always busy. The chicken and waffles are great! Open for breakfast and lunch 7 a.m to 3 p.m.
1911 Stella Lake St, Las Vegas, NV 89106