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Café 6

4381 W. Flamingo Rd. (Arville St.) Send to Phone
Café 6 serves comfort food classics on the sixth floor of Palms Place Hotel & Spa.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily

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Café 6, Las Vegas, NV

Café 6 Restaurant Review

: The restaurant’s name refers to the floor on which it is located, and its vantage point with floor-to-ceiling windows offers a fine view of the Palms Place pool. Begin with the humongous soft pretzel in the shape and size of a steering wheel, or start with beer-battered rock shrimp topped with Tabasco ranch, and wings that come in varieties of sweet Thai chili, barbecue, Buffalo and Burn Your Face Off habanero. But the burgers are the star of the show and you’ll find plenty of them, such as the Dr. Pepper: Angus beef with roasted portobello, white cheddar, caramelized onions and Dr. Pepper glaze. A good way to experience more of the burgers is via the U-Pick trio, your choice of three sliders. Non-beef eaters will be happy with the build-your-own option with possibilities including salmon steak, turkey and veggie. Beer is an excellent companion to burgers, and you’re covered with a well-rounded craft list of 31 bottles that includes the locally brewed Big Dog’s Dirty Dog IPA and Tenaya Creek Hop Ride. Finish with Nutella-filled donut holes or the Fried Cookie Cutter --- deep-fried Oreos served with raspberry and chocolate sauces. Breakfast, served daily from 7:30 a.m., includes a smoked Benny with smoked brisket and a berry smoothie with acai, mixed berries and chia seeds.
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