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6599 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Unit 207 Bldg. N (Sunset Rd.) Send to Phone
Carolina casual low country cuisine served in a lively atmosphere.


Lunch & Dinner daily

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Louis's Fish Camp Restaurant Review

: Louis Osteen’s casual, vibrant 350-seat Fish Camp replicates not only his low country cuisine but also its décor with artifacts such as crab traps, fishing lure and a museum-quality skeleton of an alligator chasing horseshoe crabs. There are two lively bars, including Zelda’s Bourbon Bar which dispenses rare bourbons along with Southern specialty drinks such as mint juleps and flavored teas. Executive chef Carlos Guia, who originally came to Las Vegas with the Brennan family to preside over the Commander’s Palace kitchen until the restaurant closed, oversees daily operations at both Louis’s venues. Regional dishes include Charleston she crab soup; South Carolina’s shrimp and grits; pan-fried whole baby flounder with lemon butter and capers; and Louis’s special oyster BLT with Benton’s bacon and Boston lettuce leaves sandwiched between fried green tomatoes. We like the low country shrimp and okra gumbo and the Carolina Cobb salad created with fire-roasted corn, apple-smoked bacon, chopped hard-boiled egg, tomatoes, blue cheese and marinated black-eyed peas; and the grilled Creole-spiced rib-eye with collard greens and mashed potatoes. Among sweet finales are a pineapple tarte Tatin with coconut ice cream and a bourbon brown butter pecan tart.

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