John Cutter aka Cutters was a recommendation by my friend Derrick who loves to eat. He told me about this place and said I had to go on a Sunday night to take advantage of their half off steak special. The steak did not disappoint, but my date ordered the steak filet pasta and it was even better in my opinion. John Cutter’s restaurant is open 24 hours and offers drink specials, food specials, and a hearty menu. Overall I would say this a fine place to enjoy an 18 ounce rib eye steak, a few drinks, and watch a game. You can find John Cutter’s at 11770 W Charleston Blvd # 110, Las Vegas, NV 89135.
First things first, I love pizza. I mean seriously love it, but not all pizzas are made the same. Some are fat, some are thin, and some will have you coming back for more time and time again. Rosati’s without a doubt is a go to for any pizza lover living in the Las Vegas valley. They offer Chicago deep dish, as well as thin crust options. I always seem to gravitate to their thin crust combination because it offers a decadent array of meat, vegetables, and cheese. The result is a mouth watering temptation which makes you crave every bite and saddened when the last piece is gone. I stopped in the location on Rainbow after a round of golf on Monday night, and found myself with an NFL game discount. Although I had to point out ot my server that there was a Monday night football game going on to get the discount applied to my bill, he nonetheless recognized the mistake and applied the savings. Rosati’s also offers several great draft beer specials, and I noticed a half off pizza special from 2:30 to 4:30 pm, but I would call them to make sure. Rosati’s has several locations, but I stopped at the one on Rainbow. Their address is 8060 S Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89139
Think Subway sandwiches but with pizza and beer. For just under $10 you can build your own pizza and wash it down with a draft beer on Las Vegas’s west side, not far from Rhodes Ranch. I had the chance to dine at PizzaRev after work with the Daylight crew and we tore up 5 pizzas. It was great. PizzaRev gets two thumbs up for value and cleanliness. You can find them at 7090 South Rainbow Boulevard, Suite 110, Las Vegas, NV 89118, and two other locations in Las Vegas at 2400 S Rancho Dr Suite #100, Las Vegas, NV 89102, and 1381 W Sunset Rd, Henderson, NV 89014.
The Studio B buffet at the M Resort in Las Vegas is one of the most decadent displays of food most people will ever see. They offer beer and wine in the buffet price which is an added bonus over most buffets on the strip. In addition, Friday and Saturday nights are all you can eat seafood which is a nice compliment to the wide variety of delicacies offered. This place is good for all occasions and can be found at 12300 S Las Vegas Blvd, Henderson, NV 89044. Check out the photos for prices…
Hanabi Sushi and Rolls is my new favorite Japanese restaurant in Las Vegas. My friend from San Jose invited me here because he knows the owner Andy Kim, and Andy put on a food spectacle that I had the pleasure of experiencing. Dish after dish was rolled out before my big brown eyes and when the food hit my mouth I was more than delighted, I was thankful for life. No joke, Hanabi Sushi and Rolls is on point when it comes to sushi, and we complimented our meal with some of the best saki I have had in a while. I would give this place a 5 out of 5 for taste alone. You can find Hanabi at 9350 W. Sahara Ave. #150 Las Vegas, NV 89117.
It’s the low tech version of Top Golf, but been around a few years longer. I found myself here on a Friday afternoon, drinking beers, hitting balls, and just having a good time giving swing tips to my buddy. A large bucket of balls is $16 for 180 balls and a bucket of six beers is about $20. They also have a nine hole course, full bar, and pro shop to buy golf gear and clubs. The address is 6730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119. They have some pretty good views of the strip and you can watch the planes take off and land while you play.
A good place for loud music and what else, Thai food, Krung Siam is an option not far off the strip to go after your night of drinking if you want some spicy Thai dishes to help sober you up. I had the crab fried rice on my last visit early this morning. I found this dish to be slightly bland, so I heated it up with some fish sauce and Thai chilies. The dish was $15 and a couple draft Asahi beers cost me about $30 after tip. Krung Siam is open until 5 am, they offer a full Thai menu, full bar, and sometimes live music with a good sound system. I give this place a 7.5 on a scale of 10. You can try it at 3755 Spring Mountain Rd #102, Las Vegas, NV 89102.
The Boiling Crab on the corner of Decatur and Flamingo is a to die for seafood restaurant chain, specializing in what else? Crab…My girlfriend and I mowed through a pound of Alaskan King Crab legs, an order of Cajun wings, and a couple of pieces of corn on the cob. I give this place a solid 4.5 out of 5.