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Gourmet Meals can be Reasonable

April 17th, 2011 • by Sandy Zimmerman

(Photos: Sandy Zimmerman)

There is a place where you can relax, take a break, and recharge

yourself.

The Hammer Bar and Grill offers the perfect down-to-earth

setting.

As the co-owner and Executive Chef, Chris Sarret explained, “We

do not have a theme.

There are no palm trees or anything like that.

I wanted to create an atmosphere where people could come in

and not feel they have to dress and just have a good time for a

minimal amount of money.  This is one of Las Vegas’ reasonable

restaurants.

This is a friendly bar with great food, what more could you want?

And you can win money too.

There is nothing wrong with that, two of my favorite things.

My partner and I try to create an atmosphere that is fun for

everybody.”

You would not expect a gourmet restaurant in a cocktail lounge,

but Chris takes a lot of pride in their food.

He is the man who prepares all of the great food himself and it

really is great.

He graduated from the famous Le Cordon Bleu School so you

have a first class chef here.

I should describe my “tasting” as dining. The shrimp were

crusted with garlic while being toasted on the grill for a crispy

taste.

The Remoulade dipping sauce and cheesy garlic bread were

perfect complement to the dish.

After eating Hammer’s shrimp, I would say, “Their food is

reasonable and WORTH EVERY BITE!

Another great reason to come to the Hammer, you can probably

find almost any game from Keno, poker, slots, Black Jack,

including 10-15 different games on every slot machine.

Change your luck by changing games with their big selection of

games from .05 cents to $5.



A Hidden Treasure

March 18th, 2011 • by Sandy Zimmerman

“Old-time Supper Club”

By Sandy Zimmerman

(Photos by Sandy Zimmerman

I have always searched for “old-time” supper clubs where you can have fun,

meet friends, and not spend a lot of money.

Well, I found another one!

The Italian American Club of Southern Nevada is a hidden treasure to be enjoyed.

Best of all, the Italian American Club welcomes everyone whether they are Italian or not.

Tony Caterine, the General Manager,

known as “Little” Tony”, explained,

Tony Caterine, Known as Big Ton

“My father, Big Tony, the

Club Consultant,

knew all of the stars

because he was

involved in the

night club

and entertainment

business.

The pictures on the

cocktail lounge wall are all his.

You will see everybody from Little Richard, Bobby Daren, the Coasters, Four Tops, and others.

Today it is all about giving our guests a real experience with the food and atmosphere.

I put my food, sauce, chef, and kitchen-staff against anyone, anywhere, and a majority

of the time I’ll win.

It is not just about food, there are a lot of places you can go and get good food but

here you can enjoy the experience and have a good time.

We have a lot of fun.

The entertainment continues every night!

The Nostalgic Dance Society presents an evening of Dance with Melodious Jones Mondays.

This family band plays everything from Billie Holiday, music of the 20’s to today.

Wednesdays and Fridays- Mike Bari and Jenny Ford sing and entertain on the piano.

Throwback Thursdays brings the Speakeasy Swingers with their Jazz & Swing music.

Open Mic night is more than Karaoke every Saturday.

You will see Shiela almost become Lisa Minnelli, Judy Garland,

and other celebrities with her impressions.

Elvis Impressionist

Choose your fav Elvis song and their look-alike server, Joe will sing it for you.

Executive Chef Joe Friscia joked, “We usually serve an

8-10 ounce portion of salmon on Fridays and only 2 ounces the rest of the week.

I try to simplify my crab cakes recipe in order to keep the true crab flavor and

really taste the sweetness of the crab, not to camouflage the taste.

Some restaurants mix crab with so many things that you do not find much

crab in there but here, you have a lot.

Discover the Ultimate Dining ‘s Las Vegas restaurant reviews seeks restaurants with surprises, great food, and reasonable prices.


Thai Cuisine from 4 Regions

February 19th, 2011 • by Sandy Zimmerman

“Thai Cuisine from 4 Regions”

By Sandy Zimmerman

(Photos by Sandy Zimmerman)

Crying Tiger

You have the opportunity to taste some of the finest Thai cuisine from four different regions-

North, Northeast, Central, and Southern Thailand.

It is like a culinary trip through Thailand but it is right here in Las Vegas at the Thai Grill.

I toured Thailand twice and found all of the different styles of cuisine intriguing.

Their spices really bring out the sauces and add zest to the dishes.

It was great being able to review the Thai Grill’s tasty food bringing memories of

the exciting restaurants in Thailand.

After dining in Thailand, I know the real Thai cuisine and can honestly say,

This is really authentic!”

The owners of the

Thai Grill,

Wayne and Nattanuch

Prasertong

were both

born in

Thailand.

Wayne is from Bangkok

and

Nattanuch from the north, in Chiang Mai.

Chef Nattanuch has created some of the most delicious dishes with the magic touch

of a woman who loves to cook.

She learned from her mother, a famous chef and restaurant owner in Chaing Mai,

Thailand, bringing all of the secret recipes to Las Vegas.

With a seven page menu, Wayne says, “If you come into our restaurant and pick a

different item on the menu every day, you would probably finish in EIGHT

MONTHS!

Hot Pot to Share

When I was ready to review the restaurant’ food, Chef Nattanuch said, “Tell me what you

prefer and I will do it any way you want.”

This was not just for me but for every guest who enters their restaurant!

Depending on your health or diet, she prepares everything herself.

I decided to try the Crying Tiger steak and was thrilled with my choice.

Her Crying Tiger appetizer is an ancient Thai dish of sirloin steak grilled with

Thai spices and only an unbelievable $6.99!

Chef Nattanuch marinates the meat overnight and allows it to soak through.

The sirloin steak was grilled with mild spices but I did not have the hot chile sauce.

She added thick slices of steak on top of a salad with an interesting twist of sliced

apples, lemon grass, and mango.



The James Bond Wine Table

May 15th, 2010 • by admin
When you visit Del Friscos, do not miss seeing the most amazing $1.2 million dollar James Bond table. Looking like a normal table at first, Jacque touched her remote control pad and the table suddenly opened to present the James Bond OO7 Films Wine Collection. Eighteen magnums of Cabernet wine from Napa Valley wineries each represent different Bond films. These one- of-a kind bottles are each laser-edged.

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