Public House Las Vegas at the Luxor is a 7,000-square-foot bar and restaurant adjacent to the popular LAX nightclub.
Promising a relaxed atmosphere combined with upscale American food, Gary Cardi, owner of Public House Las Vegas said, "The Public House brand has established itself for having a fun, laid-back atmosphere to enjoy cocktails and comfortable food."
The restaurant can accommodate 200 guests and another 50 in the bar. It features brick walls and patriotic decor with red, white and blue accents throughout the restaurant.
Guests can start their meal with a wide selection of appetizers including the hummus plate, served with olive salad, grape tomatoes, cucumbers, feta cheese and pita bread; cheesesteak spring rolls, made with shaved ribeye steak, chipotle peppers and jalapeño jack cheese and served with chipotle ketchup; spinach and artichoke dip, served with tortilla chips for dipping; or buffalo shrimp, four jumbo shrimp, Danish bleu cheese and house hot sauce.
Entree choices include include tavern-style meatloaf topped with pan gravy and served with sweet potato mash and English peas; cedar-grilled salmon, accompanied by arugula salad, royal trumpet mushrooms and olive tapenade; French Quarter jambalaya, a spicy compilation of jumbo shrimp, roasted chicken, Andouille sausage and Creole rice and beans; and pan-seared black bass prepared with tomato-basil ragout, sautéed spinach and herb butter.
Public House at the Luxor also hosts the "Happy Hangover Brunch" and features multiple flatscreen televisions in the bar for sports fans to enjoy catching a game. The bar has a large beer menu including Magners Irish Cider, Lagunitas IPA and Hoegaarden. The wine menu features selections like Louis Martini Cabernet Sauvignon, Sanford 'Flor De Campo' Chardonnay, Tamari Malbec and Infamous Goose Sauvignon Blanc.
Public House at the Luxor is not related to Public House at the Venetian. The two restaurants are owned and operated by separate companies.
-- Staff Report