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1221 S. Main St. (Charleston Blvd.) Send to Phone
Part museum/part restaurant located on the revitalized Main Street in Downtown Las Vegas.

Lunch Fri.-Sun., Dinner nightly
Open late Fri.-Sat.

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About the restaurant & décor: The name of this part museum/part restaurant by Derek Stonebarger is a not-so-subtle reference to its Nevada theme. The focal point of the décor is the iconic Davey’s Locker neon fish sign built in 1962, rescued and restored after the historic dive bar shuttered in 2016. Other accoutrements worthy of a museum include a mahogany wood bar repurposed from the jury box of the Nevada Supreme Courthouse built in 1905, original hand-painted Union Brew sign that once hung in Goldfield Brewery in 1904, wallpaper made from vintage menus of restaurants from Vegas’ past and blueprints from the Nevada Test Site.

Likes: The menu includes a section titled Nevada History Hunt, which lists all of the items in the notable collection located throughout the space and challenges you to find them. Both the food and beer are reasonably priced, with most beer pints $3-$6 and all menu items $10 or less.
Dislikes: The menu is limited to only seven choices and no desserts are offered, but it will be expanded soon.

Food & Drinks: The menu is made up of Thai-inspired shareable plates, half of which are vegan or vegetarian. We like the baked chicken wings with a choice of Thai herbs, salt & pepper, honey BBQ, sweet chili or mango habanero; Thai lettuce wraps with either chicken or shrimp and Thai-style larb salad, lime sauce, carrots, onions and peanuts; and sliders made from veggie sausage patties with caramelized onion, pickle, carrots and cilantro. Complementing the fare are 24 taps all dispensing beers brewed in Nevada, from which you can order a five or seven flight which comes in a wooden serving plate handcrafted into the shape of Nevada. Vegas Golden Knights wine is also served.
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