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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED The Broiler

2411 W. Sahara Ave. (Rancho Dr.) Send to Phone
702-367-2411
The Broiler has stood the test of time, offering seafood and steaks in an upbeat atmosphere.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED The Broiler, Las Vegas, NV

THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED The Broiler Restaurant Review

: Steaks and seafood are highlighted in this cheerful eatery. Copper ship lanterns and graceful fans hang from the high ceiling. With a colorful tiled wall and artifacts, and a brass and glass hood, the massive salad bar keeps frequent diners coming back. Included with each entrée, the all-you-can-eat offerings include soups, greens, fresh fruit and vegetables, pasta and bean salads. German hand-crafted Gordon Biersch beer is a popular accompaniment to the fare. Lobster bisque with white wine, Cognac and fresh cream is baked in puff pastry; crab and shrimp pan roasts can serve as a meal. We like the array of fresh fish, including halibut, salmon, swordfish and trout, prepared blackened, broiled, fried or sautéed with white wine and butter lemon sauce. Maine lobsters swim in a tank until they are ordered. The Broiler's Bounty Hunter --- a 12-ounce New York steak served with choices such as shrimp scampi or fried catfish --- is among hearty entrées. Save room for the bananas Foster in a decorative pastry shell.
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