Thursday, March 6, 2014

Mad Onion Steakhouse at Hooters Casino Hotel in Las Vegas

Have you been to Las Vegas? If you are looking to eat out, Las Vegas is the place to be. There is as many restaurants as slot machines. Well maybe not that many butq you get the idea. We love Las Vegas and we love good food. Also we are willing to pay for good food and at the same time are always looking for a good deal. Let us be honest. The majority of us are not eating in to level restaurants where the prices are so high you can get a good hotel room for a few days. Mostly because some famous chef put his name on the front door. One of the good deals for.good food is without a doubt The Mad Onion in the Hooters Casino Hotel. The Hooters Casino Hotel is right next to the Tropicana and across the MGM Grand. The Mad Onion is located on the left side when walking into the Casino. There is a cozy little bar infront of it ,so you can not miss it. You can not make reservations it is first come first serve. We ate there many times and never waited longer than 0 min. But you will have to collect your own experience. The hoste2sses and servers for the most part were all nice. It is a classic eatery. Don't expect modern interior. We knowthe place for years and nothing has changed. I like it. Most important to me is that it is clean. The menu offers steaks, salads, pastas, burgers. A good selection of food. By far the best deal was and as of today is the 9.99$ prime rib dinner. 8 oz of excellent prime rib with a choice of potatoes and veggies. For 5$ more you can make it 14 oz. Made to your liking this is a great deal. The onion rings are a good starter as well is the onion soup. I had other dishes and was never disappointed. As a matter of fact during my wedding week, we took the entire wedding party there two times and everybody was happy with the food. Including salads, chicken and shrimp pasta.
If you like good food for a fair price, don't mind the off strip location and the old fashioned style. The Mad Onion in the Hooters Casino Hotel is one stop you should make for dinner when in Las Vegas.

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