Restaurants & Bars
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Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas offers the following restaurants:
AGO - Marking the tenth anniversary of his landmark Los Angeles eatery, restaurateur Agostino Sciandri, launches his first Las Vegas restaurant location along with partner and legendary Hollywood icon Robert De Niro. AGO’s authentic Tuscan-style Italian food attracts A-list clientele nightly and is a widely recognized favorite among dining enthusiasts. Some signature AGO dishes include Zuppe de Mare, Parmigiana di Melanzane, Lasagna a la Bolognese and their Tuscan-style wood fired pizzas. AGO also features delicious cuts of wood fired prime meats and seafood from beef rib eye steak to roasted organic salmon.
Designed by Ralph Gentile, AGO at the Hard Rock includes a sleek and welcoming lounge where diners can sample AGO’s one-of-a kind cocktails and small plates from the bar menu.
Rare 120º - Rare 120º takes the stuffy steakhouse of the past and turns it upside down. Diners will enjoy classic and contemporary steakhouse cuisine and martinis in a sleek, contemporary atmosphere accented with gleaming exotic wood finishes and brushed stainless steel.
The culinary philosophy of Rare 120º is simple: using fresh and high-quality seasonal ingredients to reinvent classic steakhouse dishes with a deliciously light, modern twist. The cutting edge “a la carte” menu allows the customer to build their ideal steak and choose their sides. Redefined American steakhouse favorites include such items as the Chilled Martini Tower, exquisitely displaying an array of Dungeness crab meat, Pacific prawns, and zesty vodka citron infused cocktail sauce. Carnivorous selections include items such as the Argentinean Grass Fed Ribeye and the Tuscan Veal Chop.
Pink Taco - Popular for putting a California spin on traditional Mexican dishes, the restaurant's menu includes the trademark Pink Taco (Panuchos) with homemade corn tortillas and black beans, topped with chicken, salsa roja, pickled onions and avocado. For something lighter, there's the Chicken (or vegetable) Tostada Salad--a shredded salad with chipotle dressing that is a Pink Taco favorite. For a sweet finale to a spicy meal, Pink Taco offers the Tres Leches Cake – fried ice cream and flan with Mexican caramel.
Mr. Lucky's 24-7 - As the name signifies, Mr. Lucky’s 24/7 is open ‘round the clock and offers a traditional style eatery with a family-friendly atmosphere. The standard diner fare--burgers, sandwiches, and breakfast items such as the owner’s favorite, French toast--is first-rate, as are the pizzas and the specialty Kick Ass BLT Burger. And its not so secret specials, such as the Steak and Shrimp (an 8-ounce New York sirloin steak, three jumbo shrimp, salad, and garlic mashed potatoes, all for a lucky $7.77) are well worth ordering. The Red Velvet Cake is also worth the splurge. Inexpensive as most venues placed in the ‘diner’ category, Mr. Lucky’s ups the ante with its cool, energized rock ‘n’ roll aura with décor to match: rock memorabilia, a large Jim Morrison mural, leopard-print seating, vintage motel signage and wood floors.
Nobu - Japanese Restaurant Owner and Chef, Nobu Matsuhisa, is highly recognized for his groundbreaking modern and authentic Japanese cuisine; the sushi is fresh as is all the seafood and most entree's will introduce a guest’s taste buds to delirium. Signature dishes to satisfy any palate include the Lobster Ceviche infused with citrus flavors that give guests the reminiscent feel of the tropics; Shrimp and Main Lobster drizzled with tangy lemon sauce and the Scallops in Spicy Pepper. Other exotic offerings are the Assorted Sashimi flavored with garlic, ginger and sesame seeds, slivers of Red Snapper with chili paste or for the more adventurous type, the Yellowtail with jalapeno. The house specialty is a Three-day Marinated Cod seared and served with sweet miso sauce.
Aside from the fine cuisine found at Nobu, the interior design features bamboo pillars, wooden birch trees, a black river rock wall and a seaweed wall, replications of the décor found in Chef Nobu’s New York restaurant, TriBeCa.
Starbucks - Enjoy a variety of coffees, teas, and pastries at Starbucks, located inside the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas offers the following bars:
The Joint - A state-of-the-art sound system delivers an unforgettable live music experience to the intimate 4,000-seat venue. Of that, The Joint offers seven VIP Luxury Suites and a prestigious VIP Level. A superior video system and more versatile stage enhances any production--creating an experience that surpasses all expectations and makes The Joint the most dynamic, sophisticated and authentic venue in Las Vegas.
Body English - Dressed in lavish leathers, rich dark woods and a vintage $250,000 Baccarat chandelier above a massive dance floor, Body English throws a party like no other nightclub in Las Vegas. Gorgeous waitresses in their best lingerie, celebrity DJs, beautiful people, and tales of rock and roll decadence have earned Body English a well-deserved reputation for hosting Las Vegas’ best parties and events.
Wasted Space - Conceptualized by action sports star Carey Hart, Wasted Space is a lavishly decadent rock club that brings authentic high-end rock n’ roll culture to Las Vegas, creating a one-of-a-kind nightlife experience. It is the only place in Las Vegas where you can truly get up close and personal with rock legends as well as the hottest new bands before they break.
Rehab - Every local knows the best nightlife in Vegas is daytime poolside. And the ultimate Vegas pool party? The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino invented it with Rehab. The once intimate poolside party has grown into a destination with weekend revelers in the thousands. Get ready for Rock Star Lemonades, world famous DJs, and the best time you’ll have in Vegas.
Center Bar - Center your attention at the Center Bar at The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. It's the place to party with the most exciting happy hour in Las Vegas from 4pm to 8pm every day of the week! Enjoy two for one call drinks, two dollar domestic beers, giveaways, and more.