Off The Strip
Address: The Linq, 3545 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Status: Open 23 hours daily
The aptly named Off The Strip is now open at The Linq, the entertainment promenade right at the center of The Strip.
Since 2007, the bistro has served up comfort food in Southern Highlands and now this new 11,000-square-foot restaurant dishes out breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Find steaks, chops, seafood and pasta dishes on the menu as well as the new healthy dishes dubbed “Fresh and Fit.” That menu includes hummus and vegetables and grilled Alaskan salmon filet, as well as roast chicken with potatoes and grilled squash.
Some of the dishes here include fried calamari with chili remoulade and tomato sauce and sweet chili and bacon prawns. Fried chicken sliders come with a spicy honey mustard; pulled pork sliders use simmered in brown sauce’ and Wagyu beef sliders come topped with caramelized onions and American cheese.
Imported from the Southern Highlands location, the M.O.A.B. Burger, a grilled sirloin burger with hickory smoked bacon with cheddar; eggplant parmesan; shrimp scampi; beef Wellington served with mushroom duxelles and bordelaise sauce baked in a puff pastry; grilled pork chops; filet mignon and Cajun rib-eye steak. Named for the late chef Al Hubbard, one of Off The Strip’s founders, Al’s rigatoni mixes cherry peppers, garlic, basil and Parmesan cheese with a zucchini garnish.
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