The concept is simple — boil eggs, slice them in half and then mix in some savory flavors to make deviled eggs. To get that "deviled" taste, add something spicy such as garlic, horseradish, wasabi or jalapeños. Here's a look at seven places in Las Vegas that serve up deviled eggs.Read More
A Handy Guide to Deviled Eggs in Las Vegas
Central Michel Richard
Central Michel Richard has Michel's Deviled Eggs served with boquerones anchovies.
The Devil's Eyes at Grill 55 are flash-fried deviled eggs with voodoo spices, chipotle honey, mustard and jalapeño bacon.
Mr. Lucky's 24/7
Mr. Lucky’s Café in Hard Rock Hotel puts its deviled eggs on the Breakfast Bloody Mary. This monster of a drink features Belvedere vodka, spicy tomato, a waffle slider, shrimp cocktail, celery stalk, Slim Jim, deviled egg, pickle spear, horseradish and lime.
MRKT Sea & Land
MRKT Sea & Land serves up deviled eggs stuffed with rich yolk mashed with Dijon mustard and horseradish cream. Then the appetizers is topped off with thinly sliced, medium rare New York steak and crumbled blue cheese. To accompany the dish is a sweet and spicy pickled jelly made from jalapeño juice and spices; these aren’t your mama’s deviled eggs.
Poppy Den features tuna deviled eggs on the menu. The little devils are made with scallions, paprika oil and cilantro.
Press at the Four Seasons has two versions of the deviled egg. One comes with artichokes and smoked paprika while the other has crabmeat and dill.
Pub 1842 will features crab Louis deviled eggs served in Bibb lettuce cups when it opens June 18.