After a hard day at the craps table and hopefully having won yourself a few dollars you can be forgiven for maybe wanting to treat yourself to a nice slap up meal. There are lots of restaurants in Las Vegas but if you are getting a little bit tired of the usual then why not try something a little different and check out some of the themed eateries on offer. Some are quirkier than others and some downright outrageous, but then again it wouldn’t be Vegas otherwise would it? Check out some of these places if you want something a little different.
Starting with the outrageous, the Heart Attack Grill in downtown fits the bill. It can get pretty crazy in here as all the guests have to wear hospital clothes and the waitresses are attired in skimpy nurses outfits. If you weigh in at a hefty 350 pounds they will ply you with free burgers though this is probably not something to take advantage of. Oh, and by the way, make sure you eat all your food or you might just get a bloody good spanking from the staff!
Something less outrageous but equally quirky is going to be dining in the dark. This rather unique dining experience has become an increasingly popular concept with restaurants popping up all over the world. Apparently not being able to see allows you to focus your senses more on taste than vision. It may feel a little strange at first but you soon get used to the sensation. One such place in Vegas is Blackout and you can find it on South Valley View Boulevard. Not recommended for meat eaters as it’s a vegan establishment.
If you’re looking for a restaurant with a theme then you have a couple of good options starting with Dicks Last Resort. Vegas in general is all about treating the guests politely and giving them exactly what they require. Forget that here. The staff here are generally very rude and everything seems a little too much effort for them. If you misbehave or spill your food then be ready for some special attention in the form of the forced wearing of silly hats and bibs. A little bit different from the norm and found at the Excalibur Hotel. For the biker’s then the Harley-Davison Café is a must with all things Harley on offer. A meat lovers dream and servings as big as the bikes you can check it out on South Las Vegas Boulevard.