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4700 S. Maryland Pkwy. (Harmon Ave. & Tropicana Ave.) Send to Phone
A lively, unique café with a comfortable atmosphere, offering solid bar fare and 1,000 beer choices.

Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Freakin' Frog Restaurant Review

: Wine, beer and food connoisseur and UNLV hotel school professor Adam Carmer's Freakin' Frog is a charming place to while away the hours in the casual first-floor bar/restaurant, or the elegant second-floor Whisky Attic. The upstairs space comes complete with a collection of 500 whiskies and a 12-by-nine-foot movie screen, and is where members dine and private banquets abound. The café boasts more than 1,000 beers and about 75 wines. Among Carmer's fare is the signature Lisa's Lucifer burger with raw onion, maple bacon and Swiss cheese, served with Freakin' fries. We also like the jalapeños stuffed with cheeses and melted to order. Adam's Freakin' chili is created with ground beef, chorizo, maple bacon, beer and spices, and is complemented by fresh tortilla chips, cheese and onions. Save room for Jillie's apple pie and relax with a cup of Kona single estate French press coffee. Live bands are featured Tuesdays through Saturdays.
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