You have a long holiday weekend approaching, perhaps offering the best time to check out the 24-hour menus at the new Siegel’s 1941 at El Cortez. Find sections covering breakfast anytime with Fat Irish Green corned beef hash, croissant sandwiches and smoked salmon served from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. You can even add prime rib, roast turkey or lump crab to that corned beef hash from 6 to 11 a.m.
Head there for breakfast for more robust morning offerings such as eggs Benedict, omelets and classics including a tortilla wrap and challah French toast.
The chef’s selections feature some of the favorite dishes from The Flame Steakhouse era. Order Alaskan King crab legs, a New York strip steak, prime rib or a double cut Berkshire pork chop. Steak frites ring in at $19.41 every day.
Poutine, old school meatballs, a shrimp cocktail and an eggplant Napoleon make the starters menu. A robust list of burgers and “Nation’s Best Sandwiches” cover a Miami Cuban, a Kentucky hot brown, a Chicago Italian beef, Carolina pulled pork and more. Don’t like what Siegel’s has? Head to the carving station to build your own.
Another section covers Al & Lucky’s favorites, with Italian dishes including spaghetti and chicken parm. Liver and onions, meatloaf, a pot roast brisket and more make the chef’s dinners.
It’s a big menu, so take a look at it here before you decide to go.