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Rockhouse Las Vegas

3377 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Sands Ave.) Send to Phone
Overlooking the Strip, Rockhouse doubles as a sports bar by day and a party bar at night.

Breakfast Sat.-Sun., Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sun.
Open late
  • Valet parking & parking garage
  • Dress code: Casual
  • Entertainment: DJ nightly, live bands Mon.-Wed. & Sun. brunch, ka
  • Full bar
  • Outdoor dining
  • View

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Rockhouse Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

Rockhouse Las Vegas Restaurant Review

: This bar’s name may refer to the energy that rocks the house during the evening, or to the rockin’ view of the Mirage volcano. A sports bar feel is in effect during daytime hours with 83 TVs, classic arcade games, foosball and pool tables. Come sundown, the atmosphere livens up even more with a mechanical bull and live DJ performances. Tables set atop beer kegs and 100-ounce beer towers give a clue as to the place’s beverage of choice. The beer selection features 12 draft and 17 bottle choices, including rotating local beers such as Big Dog’s IPA. We like the wings that come in options of buffalo, sweet chili, smokin’ hot, barbecue or chipotle. The stars of the menu, though, are surely the street tacos and sliders, served in a pack of three and individually crafted with a variety of ingredients. If you don’t feel creative, go with the paradise fish taco made with mahi mahi, mango, avocado and chipotle mayo, or the Philly cheesesteak slider, composed of steak with peppers, onions, mushrooms and Swiss. Soft-serve ice cream can be ordered with sprinkles, a chocolate shell, whipped cream and a cherry on top. Sunday brunch ($25) includes an entrée and unlimited mimosas, Bloody Marys and well drinks.
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