Moving to Vegas for the winter
Coming to Vegas area [Henderson] for the winter. Leaving the Colorado mountains for the winter, but not forever. Can anyone recommend some good restaurants? I know, Vegas is loaded with them! Perhaps something off the strip? A hidden Gem?
Some other choices that are off the strip:
Yonaka --sushi and other interesting cooked choices
Goyemon --best AYCE sushi
Chada Thai--a terrific Thai choice in Chinatown
Todd's is very good; we usually sit at the bar, which is very friendly.
A new place, Sammy's (same ownership as Sammy's Woodfired Pizza, but a bit more varied menu and nicer atmosphere) on Green Valley Parkway
There are a number of 'locals casinos' in the area; in Green Valley Ranch, the steakhouse, Hank's, has a great happy hour, and there is also an okay Italian restaurant, Terra Verde. I also think the Chinese restaurant, China Spice, is good for very traditional Chinese (and they also do take out). At Sunset Station, also in Henderson, the oyster bar is okay.
There is pretty tolerable dim sum at a place called East Ocean, on Eastern, in a strip center we call the mall of all restaurants; also in that mall are a chain brewpub, BJs as well as a nice Thai restaurant, Pin Kao, and a couple of good breakfast options. Across the street is another good pizzeria (although I prefer settebello, mentioned below), Grimaldi's.
“Henderson” covers a lot of ground with many folks referring to the entire Green Valley, Anthem, Henderson, Southeast Vegas area as “Henderson”. Having said that, there are many good choices in these areas. Here’s a list of some:
• Todd’s Unique on Sunset Rd
• Penn Thai House on Sunset (past the freeway heading East)
• Buon Gusto on Horizon Ridge (hole in the wall Italian)
• NAGA Thai on Horizon Ridge
• Table 34 on Warm Springs
• Settebello Pizzeria on Green Valley Parkway
• Bachi Burger on Windmill
May help if you include some specifics IE; cuisine, price, formal, casual, etc..
For subs , try What A Sub in the black mountain business park. 50 different ones with in house made ingredients.
El Jeffe's is pretty good for Mexican, and I hit Lucille's BBQ when I get over that way.
Best thing to do is just start exploring the area. That is how I found Lucille's, I kept smelling some que on the way home from work, so one day I opened the truck windows, and literally followed my nose.