Stopped in during our old Vegas afternoon. Small place tucked in corner. Generic feel and small unremarkable selection. Server nice enough. Anyways in this odd vacation drinking beer is my most responsible option so here I am.
t0rin0 (1516) Do Not Resuscitate, California | August 16, 2014| Updated August 18, 2014
Visited August 12, 2014.
Another dumpy casino with a brewery in it. This one is a smallish bar with a ton of video poker games built in. They have a surprising number of house taps going (8 plus a root beer). They have a flight that is delivered on a wooden two level carousel-type thing that includes everything, even the rootbeer. The vanilla blueberry beer was probably the best, though almost all the beers are not that impressive, yet better than Triple 7 and way better than Ellis Island. The bartender was nice and the video poker machine took my $5 from me. I probably should have just played the machine and gotten the drinks for free rather than buying the drinks first and then losing money to the machine that is Las Vegas. The flight was reasonably priced since I got all 9 for less than $10.
This place is in the middle of a large downtown casino. The place itself is a bit small, with a long bar and some tables scattered about. Itís elevated, so it has a panoramic view of the gaming machines and punters. Beers are available in a double decker flight of nine, but one of the beers is a root beer (tasty) and one is a tap blend. The deep dish pizza is the thing - itís the genuine article, just like I remember it from when I went to school in Chicago. Beers were OK, nothing too exciting. Staff were terrific. Free parking in their own garage. A worthwhile stop.
Nice ambiance at the place. Low key and a nice view of the casino floor. Reasonable prices but the staff was a bit distracted. The waitress seemed more interested in changing the channel on the TV than bringing us menus. Beyond that, there was six of their house brews on tap, a good liquor selection and the food was really tasty to boot. Reasonably priced for Las Vegas.
Stopped in and got a beer to go before heading out to the casino floor. Not much to look at. They had most of the same beers as their restaurant location in town. The service was good but then again there wasnít anyone else there (on a Tuesday night).
A tap house of the CBC in the 4 Queens casino on Fremont St. It carries 7 to 9 taps of the CBC beers. Service was super friendly and attentive. Basic pub fare and Chicago Deep Dish pizza. 9 X 3 on for 9$. Beers were a bit mundane, but the IPA was quite good. If your on the Fremont, then worth checking.
Cliff (72) The Land of Milk and Honey, Ohio | July 6, 2012
Small place right inside 4 Queens. Very convenient to walk in off Fremont to grab a beer and keep walking around. 6 Styles on tap, $4 for a 16oz or $5 for a 22oz (IPA was $1 more). Had the IPA, brown and Amber and all were above average. A good spot for a fast, good beer.
Here on the afternoon of Saturday 1st May, Kentucky Derby day. The bar area overlooks the slot machines on the floor below, the bar was full of very noisey horse followers. Behind the bar was an equally noisey barlady in a sports shirt of some kind (a Chicago one?).
I ordered a taster selection, my wife a cup of tea. With a grunt my two storey, round taster tray was plonked down onto our dirty table. The floor was no better, French Fries and a knife under my stool, knapkins and the remains of a burger bun under my wifes. A minute later the hot water and tea bag arrives for the wife, I ask which beer is which and am told to read the filthy menu to work out what beer it is from the nine given, there being a number under each small glass.
The beers were (to be fair) fine, apart from one which had a smell like Jagermeister and a taste like Bazooka Bubble Gum.
We left because of the loadness of the customers, their bet runner and the courseness of the barlady. Those having food seemed to be enjoying it (unlike the people who had our table before us, who chucked it on the floor). It looked good, but we were not hungry and we didnít feel welcome anyway.