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A Pub Opens at the Strat Just in Time for March Madness

Blvd & Main Taphouse brings beers, pub fare, and more

A sports book with a lot of TV screens
Blvd & Main Taphouse
The Strat [Official Site]

The recently renamed The Strat has a new taphouse on the way. Blvd & Main Taphouse opens next to the revamped William Hill Sports Book.

The 6,000-square-foot pub features dishes from executive chef Johannes Bernau. Poutine with fries topped with Wisconsin cheese, chicken gravy, and chives; Buffalo fried oysters topped with bleu cheese crumbles; a Brussels sprouts Caesar salad with apples and pine nuts; a barbecue short rib sandwich with dill pickles and chipotle barbecue sauce; stone-fired flatbreads topped with pepperoni, ground beef, corned bison, bacon, and mozzarella; and brick pressed organic chicken that’s beer brined and served with crushed fried potatoes, brocollini, and natural jus make the menu. The dessert menu includes apple pie flautas, S’mores cake, toffee cake, and fondue for sharing.

Dave Otto, the pub’s brewer, created Jaywalker, a mild golden ale with a touch of malt sweetness, low bitterness, and a hint of Old World hop aroma. Two of Otto’s other beers, Sean Patrick’s Irish Red and Hualapai IPA of Golden Entertainment’s PT’s taverns, will be among the two dozen beers on tap. Other local and regional craft beers include CraftHaus Evocation Saison, Tenaya Creek Bonanza brown ale, and Banger Brewing Morning Joe from Las Vegas.

The pub features a space that pays tribute to the Arts District with pieces commissioned by local artists such as Manny Avila, Liz Lagumina, Biscuit Street Preacher, and Devin Valdivia.

Open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to midnight and Friday and Saturday until 2 a.m.

The Strat Has More Dining and Drinking on the Way [ELV]

BLVD & MAIN Taphouse

2000 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89104 (702) 380-7777 Visit Website

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