Dining around town

There are lots of great restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip. From steakhouses to sushi, the choices are endless. But venture off the 2.5 mile stretch of road and you can find a few local hangouts that are easy on your wallet, and on your taste buds.

Right off the Las Vegas Strip on Paradise Road is a true locals’ hang out. Firefly, a Spanish tapas-style bar and lounge hosts crowds of locals and adventurous tourists alike until the wee hours of the morning.

Eggplant Bruschetta at Remedy's

Eggplant Bruschetta at Remedy's

Remedy’s, with a bar and grill atmosphere, is always hopping — especially if there’s a game on. Remedy’s serves bar food that’s done right like a mouthwatering eggplant bruschetta topped with a sweet balsamic reduction. Calamari straws are extra crispy, sweet potato fries are crunchy to the last bite and tempting treats include a heavenly oversized, house made brownie sundae.

For a relaxing and romantic night out, try Marché Bacchus. A beautiful lakeside restaurant, Marché Bacchus is far away from the bustle of the Las Vegas Strip. The restaurant also boasts live jazz every Friday night on the terrace, from 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. You can also pick up a few bottles of your favorite wine for a fraction of what it costs on the Las Vegas Strip.

For breakfast, try Hash House A Go Go. This “twisted farm food” restaurant boasts huge portions of comfort foods like chicken and waffles and flapjacks.

Here are a few you should try should you wander away from the glimmering lights and head to where the locals dine.   


The view at Marche Bacchus


Firefly on Paradise
3900 Paradise Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89169

3265 St. Rose Parkway
Henderson, NV 89052

Marche Bacchus
2620 Reggata Drive #106
Las Vegas, NV 89128

Hash House A Go Go
6800 West Sahara Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89146