Living in Vegas can be a lot of fun. Mostly known for the Strip, Paradise, Nevada is an unincorporated community neighboring Las Vegas. This not-so-quiet community has a lot going for it, from hit casinos and glamorous hotels to a huge number of exciting restaurants. Paradise has a lot to offer OFF the beaten path as well. Whether you’re in the mood for Hawaiian, are craving Korean BBQ, or simply want to go out for a night of cocktails on the town, Paradise awaits. Here are just a few of the many hidden gems located “off the Strip.”
If you’re on the lookout for a high-end steakhouse restaurant, look no further than Del Frisco’s. Here you will find an excellent selection of high-end steaks, from filet mignon and porterhouse prime to double-cut lamb chops. Seafood dinner options include sesame-seared tuna and jumbo crab cakes, and there are a variety of starters and side dishes to choose from. It’s a bit of a splurge, but it’s worth it for a scrumptious meal before night out on the town.
If you’re on the lookout for an awesome Thai restaurant, Arawan Bistro has an excellent selection of dishes at affordable prices. Don’t leave here without dessert or two! Arawan serves up a variety of Asian-inspired desserts with names such as Coconut Treasure, Mango Island, and Earthquake. Each made with a unique assortment of ingredients for incredible flavor/texture combinations, you will want to come back to try them all.
Luck ‘o the Irish
No one has ever denied that the Irish have the art of beer and pub grub down to a fine science. At McMullan’s Irish Pub, you can have the Dublin experience in Paradise, Nevada. The dining is all standard bar food with an Irish twist, but the real reason to come here is for the intriguing assortment of Irish and Scottish whiskeys and beers. Best of all, McMullan’s is open 24 hours, so the party never stops!
If you’re looking for some classy cocktails at a popular spot, stop at Roy’s. Not only do they feature a delicious menu of Polynesian and Hawaiian foods, but they also feature a long list of cocktails, including their Hawaiian-themed specialty cocktails. Come to their Aloha Hour for the best prices and happy hour appetizers.
Looking for a quiet way to start your day? Sunrise Coffee serves up a huge variety of lattes, mochas, cappuccinos, and standard drip coffees. They also offer a huge selection of teas to choose from. If you’re looking for a place with vegetarian and vegan options, Sunrise has a variety of breakfast and lunch options to choose from. Sunrise has all the charm and couture you expect from a modern coffee house, so whether you’re looking for a way to start your day or a spot to relax in the afternoon, you should give Sunrise Coffee a chance.