M’s Five Must-Eat Meals
In a city once known for discount shrimp cocktails and cheap prime rib specials, Las Vegas has transformed over the last decade into a first-class world culinary destination. Now recognized for its diverse dining options, Las Vegas Weekly recently published the “50 Must-Eat Las Vegas Meals” and included a dish from our very own, Hash House A Go Go. We were so inspired by this list of great food that we crafted our own dining to-do directory exclusively for M! Get ready; you’ve got a lot of eating to do to conquer this list!
- Chilean Sea Bass
This delicate and buttery fish cannot be missed by any seafood fans. It’s prepared to the perfect melt-in-your-mouth consistency, with a subtle lemon glaze that delectably balances the flavor. Marinelli’s customizes guests’ fish entrees by offering selections served either grilled or pan seared. Did we mention our fish arrives here in 18 hours or less fresh from the ocean? It’s seafood (in the desert) at its best!
- Imperial Burger
Anthony’s Gourmet Burgers & Brews
There’s a lot of gourmet burgers out there, but the Imperial Burger takes the cake – err, bun. Topped with stout braised short ribs, mushrooms, gruyere cheese, and caramelized onions, your mouth will get the royal treatment after just one bite of this beer-infused creation. Wash it down with a selection from our extensive beer list or try one of our unique brewtails (beer cocktails).
- Seafood Brunch or Dinner
Studio B Buffet
There’s a reason our buffet has been voted “Best in Las Vegas” for two years now! It might have something to do with over 200 food items to choose from including our famous crab legs, oysters and shrimp. Or, maybe it’s the unlimited wine and beer that comes included with every meal. We think it’s probably a little of both. Enjoy our award-winning seafood buffet Friday evening and all day on Saturday and Sunday.
- Bone-In Filet Mignon
One of Anthony’s signature prime beef selections, this 18 oz. dry-aged hunk of beef is one to be slowly savored. The aging process for the bone-in filet provides an extra flavor that can’t compare to its boneless counterpart. This delectable creation is served with your choice of béarnaise, peppercorn or bordelaise sauce.
- Andy’s Sage Fried Chicken Benedict
Hash House A Go Go
Not only was this dish included as one of Las Vegas Weekly’s “50 Must-Eat Las Vegas Meals” but it was also featured on Man vs. Food. This colossal creation is certainly not for those who favor lighter fare. Chipotle cream with peppers, scrambled eggs, griddled mozzarella, fried chicken, bacon, tomatoes, spinach and a biscuit are all piled high atop a heap of griddled potatoes.
Which of our five picks have you tried before? Let us know your own personal “must-eat” meals at M!