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The big event will happen on Thursday, July 23rd from 8pm-10pm, with live entertainment on the patio, hors d’oeuvres, and a variety of wines and signature drinks available. All guests will also receive thank you gift bags full of goodies (and who doesn’t love free stuff!). This event will be open to the public, so long as you purchase a $15 ticket.
Triple George Grill will also feature weekly specials all month long. Take a look at what to eat for the rest of the month:
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This VegasChatter writer loves the Las Vegas Strip. It’s high profile, glamorous, ever-evolving and over-the-top, just like her. Going to Downtown Vegas after partying on The Strip is like downgrading from a high-end department store to a swap meet. Sure, you’ll find similar things, but they won’t be as nice or expensive and it smells. But, if you can get past that, and all the homeless people, you’ll end up having a good time in a much less pretentious atmosphere!
Here are 10 reasons why even the prissiest of girls should visit Downtown Vegas:
1. Casual Atmosphere
This VegasChatter'er loves her stilettos and sparkly dresses, but for those nights when you feel more like flats and (cringe) wearing leggings as pants, there’s always downtown. No judgment or heel rats, just fun.
This is one of the places that made Downtown worth the trip. Recommended by one of our hipster BFFs (read: bike-riding, PBR-drinking writer), the nearly hidden spot is dark, plush and serves artfully crafted cocktails with ingredients we’ve never heard before.
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We love steak and are always excited to try a new or different steakhouse. This year brought a few new steakhouses to Las Vegas. Some were winners and some weren't. We visited many of them, but we also visited many existing steakhouses for the first time, too.
Here are our favorites among what we've tried out this year. You can see last year's favorite steakhouses here.
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We've never heard an extremely positive or extremely negative review about The Flame at El Cortez, but this writer is always up to try a new steakhouse and he's glad he did. Happiness doesn't come from the fact the steak was good (it wasn't), but this writer won enough playing craps to cover dinner for two and then some.
We weren't expecting the best steak in Vegas, but we did expect something good enough to walk away from smiling. We did do that, but it could have been because of the wine and our awesome waitress who laughed every time we clapped and said "Hercules, Hercules." Despeite our fun waitress, the next time we're downtown craving a moderately priced steak we'll take the five minute walk to Triple George.
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You'll find Triple George Grill nestled on 3rd Street, just off Fremont in-between Mob Bar and Hogs and Heifers Saloon. If you've eaten at Mob Bar, you've already sampled Triple George Grill's food as both venues share a common kitchen. We have and we've been happy.
Triple George Grill has a very unassuming decor, inside and out. There's very little distinctive to see besides the massive bar when you walk into the restaurant. We were seated in the back and off to the side in a quiet nook with televisions showing sports.
We were quickly greeted by our waitress and offered drinks. We already had a couple at Mob Bar before dinner so we just had an iced tea which was a shame because the wine list is massive and affordable with plenty of options under $100. There were even many options under $60. Triple George is a grill so we had to opt for some kind of meat. Steak it was, but our friend insisted on seafood and was very happy with their selection.
We've been vocal advocates of the ever-flowing changes to Downtown Las Vegas and, in particular, Fremont East, including its influx of bars and restaurants. But, here's an addition to Downtown's tenacious revival, that's less indulgent.
Each Friday, mere blocks from the Heart Attack Grill, you can visit the Downtown 3rd Farmers Market, a cornucopia of fresh food, artisanal eats and eco-friendly goods. The first try-out was held directly on 3rd Street, but it's moving to a larger, covered area around the corner. Expect vendors and food trucks as well as a whole bunch of very eager customers.