The Las Vegas Club Hotel and Casino is located away from the Las Vegas Strip. In fact, this Vegas hotel is located right in the downtown area of Las Vegas. This Vegas hotel is affordable and it offers guests great rooms, entertainment, gaming, and multiple dining options. The Las Vegas Club Hotel and Casino has a lot of great places to eat. Below is a list of Las Vegas Club Hotel and Casino restaurants which are shared with their sister hotel, The Plaza Hotel.
Oscar’s restaurant is owed by former mayor Oscar B. Goodman. This Vegas restaurant offers customers a great atmosphere. Oscar’s decor is glamorous and is decorated with pictures which show how Las Vegas has morphed during the years. Also known as Oscar’s Beef Booze and Broads, this restaurant has become a part of the Las Vegas social scene.
Oscar’s offer customers the following menu selections: Filet Mignon, Cedar Plank Blackened Salmon, Potato Croquettes, Sauteed Cream Spinach, Fat Herbie’s Seared Tuna, Fresh Seafood, and Fried Calamari. This Las Vegas restaurant opens daily at 5 p.m. The lounge area opens at 4 p.m. every day as well.
Hash House a Go Go
Hash House a Go Go is also located at their sister hotel which is called the Plaza Hotel and Casino. This Vegas restaurant serves over-sized portions to their customers. Hash House a Go Go specializes in providing customers with exceptional plate presentations.
This Las Vegas Club Hotel and Casino has breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Their dinner menu consists of the following options: Grilled Pork Tenderloin, Duck Mac and Cheese, Grilled All Blue Crab Cakes, Kokomo Sandwich, Smoked Chicken Bowtie Pasta, and Cedar Planked Bourbon Ribeye.
They are open Sunday through Thursday between the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Friday and Saturday between the hours of 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Island Sushi and Hawaiian Grill
Island Sushi and Hawaiian Grill is also located at the Plaza Hotel and Casino which is right across from the La Vegas Club. This restaurant offers its customers a choice between two different cuisines. They serve Sushi and Hawaiian type cuisine.
Sushi Island has the following menu options: Baked Salmon Roll, Teri Chicken Burger, Teri Beef Bowl, Garlic Tuna, Cajun Albacore, Sake, Scallop Mayo, Unagi, and Portuguese Sausage Loco. Customers can eat here starting at $5 to $11.
Island Sushi and Hawaiian Grill is open Monday through Thursday between the hours of 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. They also have Friday hours between the hours of 8 a.m. and 1 a.m. Island Sushi is also open on Sunday from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Even though the Las Vegas Club Hotel and Casino doesn’t have its own restaurants, it shares restaurants with the Plaza Hotel across the way. This Vegas hotel has access to some of the most popular restaurants in Las Vegas.