Las Vegas celebrates cowboy culture during events like the upcoming Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, with events like the Cowboy Christmas Gift Show, the incredible country music acts that surround the event, and much more. But when it comes to down-home country cookin’, Las Vegas can satisfy your appetite year-round!
The self-proclaimed “house of worship to farm-fresh ingredients, classic Southern cooking, culture and hospitality” features some of the freshest, most inventive takes on regional Southern fare for lunch and dinner seven days a week, as well as a classic brunch on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
The menu features unique spins on classic dishes such as Chicken N’ Watermelon N’ Waffles and Fried Green Tomato BLT. Complete with an inventive cocktail list and expansive beer and wine menu, Yardbird offers something for everyone.
The Double Barrel Roadhouse at Monte Carloshowcases big flavors with an unmistakable Southern influence. Freshly crafted American classics like Crispy Smokey Chicken Wings, Mini Corn Dogs, Corn Chowder and Crispy Meatloaf served with sweet bacon-laced Ketchup highlight the menu along with house specialties including Not Your Mama’s Chicken Pot Pie and New Orleans Shrimp & Grits.
The Double Barrel also features live music and an interactive staff for a fun, high-energy country-style meal.
For an unmistakeable country ambiance, mosey on in to Harrah’s and saddle up at Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill.Named after Toby’s hit single “I Love This Bar, ” this exciting venue has it all – full restaurant & bar, music videos, recording studio and a stage area with live bands! Enjoy the vast array of Toby Keith merchandise, including t-shirts, cups, guitars, memorabilia, albums, DVDs, to name a few. Live Country and Southern Rock type bands perform nightly from 9pm – 2am.
For some Cajun culinary cuisine, head downtown to Lola’s: A Louisiana kitchen. Lola’s is known for dishes such as a roast beef Po’ boy and crawfish seafood gumbo – which were made famous by the popular television show Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, but also features other soul food classics such as Shrimp Creole, Jambalaya Chicken and Sweet potato Pecan Pie.
You don’t have to head South for the winter to find delicious country cookin’ … just pay a visit to any of these restaurants in Las Vegas!