Best Grills In Las Vegas

Mesa Grill

Caesar’s Palace

mesa-grillBobby Flay brings his passion for bold and innovative Southwestern fare straight to the heart of the region that inspired it at Mesa Grill. The desert outpost of the acclaimed New York City Mesa Grill opened to great success in 2004. Bobby developed his signature style of American cookery, marrying the flavors of southwest with his love of grilling at Mesa Grill.  Bobby presents dishes like New Mexican Spice Rubbed Pork Tenderloin with Bourbon-Ancho Chile Sauce, Sweet Potato Tamale, and Crushed Pecan Butter. In a nod to the West, he also includes a Chiptole Glazed Rib-Eye with Red and Green Chile Sauce.  Las Vegas’ proximity to Mexico gives the restaurant access to some of that country’s highest-quality tequila and mezcal offerings, and the expansive wine list has a global reach yet maintains an emphasis on top American wines. The combination of Mesa Grill’s magnificent decor, the exciting vibe of the casino atmosphere and Bobby Flay’s stunning range of textures, flavors and colors incorporated into his menu continue to electrify diners year after year.

Triple George Grill

rest_trippleg_image_photoSeems that, lately, every time you turn around, there’s another good reason to go downtown. The latest case in point is Triple George Grill, located at Third and Ogden streets. Triple George is big on steaks and chops – and, well, big on big portions. The turf part of the menu features premium stakes and pork chops. Triple George is also open for breakfast and lunch, and it’s highly recommended that, at some point, you give every meal a try here. The ambience is comfortable and conducive to conversation, highlighted by tile and wood floors and high-well booths; the main room is dominated by an oval-shaped bar. This is what a downtown grill should feel – and taste – like.

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