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6840 W. Sahara Ave. (Rainbow Blvd.) Send to Phone
A friendly 1950s-style diner, complete with old-fashioned jukeboxes, serving traditional diner fare.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late Fri.-Sat.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED 5 & Diner Restaurant Review

: Everything here is strictly diner: plain ol' joe, adequate burgers and sandwiches, served in red plastic, paper-lined baskets, milkshakes, malteds and the like. This 1950s-styled version may technically fall into the themed restaurant category, but it's hardly on the same scale as its larger competitors that have become commonplace in Las Vegas. All of the nostalgic elements are in place: You're greeted at the door by a ponytail-swaying, poodle skirt-wearing hostess who seats you either at the long counter, where the burger-flipping chefs are in full view, or at one of the glittery red vinyl booths, complete with an old-fashioned jukebox selector affixed to the table (music from the place's neon-glowing behemoth blares). Water glasses are clumsy paper cones set in bright red plastic holders. Settle the bill with your server who will break a 20-dollar bill from the change belt around his or her waist.
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