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Café 6 Takes Over the Former Simon Space at Palms Place

American comfort food with a focus on burgers.

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The former Simon Restaurant & Lounge
The former Simon Restaurant & Lounge
Palms

Café 6
Address: Palms Place, 4381 W. Flamingo Road
Phone: 702-944-3292
Status: Open Mondays through Sundays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for lunch and 5 to 10 p.m. for dinner.

Kerry Simon’s Simon Restaurant & Lounge shut down at Palms Place on Friday, and now the resort replaces that restaurant on the sixth floor of the resort with Café 6. The casual restaurant serves up American comfort food with a eye toward burgers.

Some of the specialty burgers here include a turkey dinner burger with apple cranberry marmalade, the "Burn Your Face Off" with either an Angus beef patty or a chicken breast and habanero hot sauce or the meatloaf burger with bacon and Havarti cheese on a pretzel bun. Even the mushroom burger features a Dr Pepper glaze. Those who want to create their own burger can head to the "selfie" section of the menu for choices buns, proteins, cheeses, sauces and toppings.

The burger theme continues on the dessert menu with the ice cream burger made with a chocolate ice cream patty and a brioche bun.

Guests can order mini burgers in groups of three or head to the "sammich" section for the Chicken of the Sea with seared tuna and wasabi mayo on sourdough bread or the Salty Catch with beer-battered cod and Old Bay coleslaw.

A snack section brings pickles, beer-battered rock shrimp and soft shell pretzels.

Some of the dishes even come with recommended beer pairings. A craft beer menu features Petrus Aged Red Ale, Monks Café Flemish Sour Ale and Ballast Point Big Eye IPA.

Take a look at the entire menu below.

Cafe 6 Menu

Palms Place Hotel Suites

4381 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103 (866) 942-7779 Visit Website

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