Steiner's -- A Nevada Style Pub has been serving hungry patrons in the northwest part of the Las Vegas Valley for several years.
Now, people in other parts of the valley can enjoy a meal at the upscale, 24-hour pub that has expanded to two other locations.
The original Steiner's opened in May 1998 at 8410 W. Cheyenne Ave., and in August 2003, Steiner's opened a restaurant at 1750 N. Buffalo Drive. Recently, Steiner's opened a 110-seat location at 8168 S. Las Vegas Blvd. that attracts casino and hotel employees. Each restaurant is adorned with pictures of old-time Nevada and Las Vegas and an array of beer steins. Steiner's offers a variety of dishes that would be expected at a pub such as nachos and buffalo wings, but there also are dishes that may be less common in a pub such as oysters and Kobe hamburgers. (Kobe is considered a prime cut of Wagyu cattle in Japan that are fed beer and massaged.)
Some popular lunch dishes include the Cobb and Caesar salads and the lamp chop appetizer -- four grilled chops marinated in rosemary, garlic and olive oil and served with horseradish sauce. All sandwiches include a choice of potato salad, french fries, cole slaw or homemade potato chips.
Other menu options include Sliders, thin slices of beef tenderloin marinated in tangy spices grilled to perfection and stacked on tiny ciabatta rolls, For dessert, Steiner's offers chocolate lava cakes, rich mini chocolate cakes drenched in warm fudge. Each cake is served with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream and more chocolate sauce.
The restaurant does not have a nonsmoking section, but its air filtration system keeps the air fresh. The bar features 15 video poker machines, but the majority of the seating is far removed from the gaming atmosphere.