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Where To Eat in Las Vegas' Centennial Hills Neighborhood

Las Vegas' neighborhood to the northwest has some great restaurants to explore

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The Centennial neighborhood seems to grow daily, with more and more people moving to that area and demanding that quality restaurants do the same. Here’s a helpful guide to 20 different restaurants in the Centennial area that will satisfy your appetite. Hungry diners can try Novecento Pizzeria for a slice of pizza, Bogey’s North Beach Italian Bistro for a home-cooked and hearty pasta dish, or old school Bob Taylor’s Ranch House or the Charcoal Room at Santa Fe Station. Umami takes care of any fresh sashimi or specialty sushi roll needs. These 20 spots are sure to make anyone think twice about whether or not they need to leave the Centennial area for a good meal.

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Rosati's Pizza

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This pizza place serves typical pizza parlor menu, with a few must try items such as the Cajun fries and the breaded mushrooms. No matter what topping you order on your pizza, make sure you ask for the double dough crust.

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Yoshiya Japanese kitchen

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With a wood-paneled ceiling and framed artwork, this small Japanese restaurant is a sleek and cozy place to get Japanese comfort food. Favorites here include the chicken katsu curry, savory beef bowl with egg, and tuna poke.

Lemongrass & Lime

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Yes, Centennial even delves into the Thai side of cuisine. On the menu, weekday lunch specials including pad Thai, curries and orange peel chicken, are all priced at $8.95 or $9.95. The full menu adds Thai egg rolls, fried avocado, beef Thai jerky, and dry-rubbed chicken wings among the appetizer choices. Soups include tom yum and an “Emperor Soup,” filled with wontons, chicken, shrimp, barbecue pork, vegetables, and egg. Noodles, curries and fried rice dishes join entrees and “chef favorites” including “Moo Palo,” a “slow cooked pork belly in a special thick Thai soy sauce;” the “Crying Tiger Beef,” a “grilled marinated Rib-Eye Steak served with Thai special sauce;” and the $15.95 “Volcano blue mussels,” created with “steamed sweet blue mussels in special Thai herbs, served with seafood sauce.”

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Krazy Sushi

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At this laid-back sushi spot, must-tries are the Pink Lady, the Screaming Orgasm, and the extra spicy Burn Your Boom Hole. Baked rolls, deep fried rolls, vegetable, and classic rolls also have a place on the menu. Lunch and dinner feature all-you-can-eat options.

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Shucks Tavern & Oyster Bar

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Seafood is the name of the game at the 24-hour Shucks Tavern & Oyster Bar. The super long menu includes oysters on the half shell, a seafood pan roast, garlic shrimp, shooters, and a build-your-own list that comes in a bucket steaming hot with a bucket of drawn butter. Go for $5 all-you-can-eat mussels on Fridays.

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Shucks Tavern & Oyster Bar
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BabyStacks Cafe

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If you feel like satisfying your sweet tooth, BabyStacks is the place to go. Order their famous red velvet pancakes, topped with homemade whipped cream, chocolate crumbles and rich, cream cheese syrup. Other sweet treats that are available include banana cream pie with banana pancakes topped with homemade whipped cream, sliced bananas, almonds, piecrust crumbles and drizzled with banana cream sauce, Nutella crepes, and cookie butter French toast, topped with homemade whipped cream, lots of Nutella, and topped with pie crust rumbles and powdered sugar.

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Market Grille Cafe

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One of three locations, Market Grille Cafe dishes out Italian, Greek, and a fusion of Mediterranean cuisine, as well as vegan and gluten-free food. The traditional gyro combines beef and lamb, lettuce, chopped red onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, and feta cheese piled into a warmed pita bread, while the baklava comes with sugared walnuts and cinnamon layered and baked in buttery filo dough.

Market Grille Cafe
Market Grille Cafe
Market Grille Cafe

One side of Umami's menu features all dishes from the sushi bar such as a recent special, live lobster, as well as rolls such as the No. 5 with albacore tuna, spicy tuna and fried onion rings or the Superman burrito with crab, cucumber, avocado, tuna and salmon wrapped in lettuce. A spicy taco yuzu with marinated octopus and tuna poke find a home in the appetizer section. The kitchen dishes out chashu ramen with pork belly in a miso broth, short ribs, karaage and grilled salmon or yellowtail.

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The Standard Tavern

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This neighborhood bar in Centennial Hills has got you covered from coffee and eggs, to lunchtime burgers, to happy hour. This 24-hour spot serves bar fare around the clock and airs every Raiders and Vegas Golden Knights game.

Waffles Cafe

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Even though everything here is served with plastic utensils and on paper plates, diners don’t mind because the service is as impeccable as the food. Try the Sweet P, a pumpkin waffle topped with apple pie filling, vanilla ice cream, caramel, cinnamon, and of course, whipped cream.

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Meráki Greek Grill

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The newest location of Meráki Greek Grill brings all manner of Greek fare to Centennial Hills. Find classic spreads and appetizers, gyros, saganaki, grilled lamb chops and kalamakia skewered meats, as well as dishes like the Meráki steak burger and signature bowls.

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Meráki Greek Grill
Meráki Greek Grill

Bob Taylor's Ranch House

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Since 1955, Bob Taylor’s Ranch House dished out steaks in a Western-themed restaurant. Start with Cajun shrimp scampi and crab-stuffed mushrooms. Every dinner starts with garlic cheese toast and soup or salad. The Ranch House potatoes feature hash browns cooked with mushrooms and Monterrey Jack, cheddar, parmesan, and fontina cheeses. Of course, the smoked prime rib is the star of the show, but other favorites cooked on an exhibition mesquite grill include a 32-ounce New York cut, which, if finished, includes dessert on the house.

Bob Taylor’s Ranch House
Bob Taylor’s Ranch House
Bob Taylor’s Ranch House

Montana Meat Co.

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This 24-hour restaurant features dishes such as the Rocky Mountain bacon burger, a tuna appetizer, lamb chops, and, of course, steaks.

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Sushi Loca

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Some of the most requested specialty rolls at Sushi Loca also have some of the most creative names, such as the Burning Sensation or Neptune Dazzler. A large variety of tea, udon noodle choices, and sashimi are also available to order.

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FireRock Steakhouse

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Beef at this steakhouse with Casper, Wyoming, origins are aged a minimum of 28 days and cooked over an authentic wood-fired grill burning oak wood. Open 24 hours.

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Michoacán Gourmet Mexican Restaurant

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Breakfast served all day and more Mexican dishes than one can throw a stick at make up the menu at this heavyweight of the dining scene in Las Vegas. Lunch features 32 specials, while a weekend brunch offers a buffet on Sundays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Street tacos go for $2 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays.

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Ichi Ramen House

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The Ichi Ramen menu includes $2.95 edamame, $4.95 gyoza or takoyaki crispy octopus and $5.95 chicken karaage among the appetizers, plus tempura choices like the $6.95 Brussels sprouts. Ramen options priced between $7.95 and $8.95 include the “classic tonkotsu,” shoyu, miso and chicken choices, with signature ramen selections such as the $11.95 tomato seafood, curry or vegetarian dishes. For $1 extra, tofu, crunch garlic and spicy pork miso are among the toppings that can be added. The restaurant also serves fried rice, salads, a handful of of sushi rolls and mochi ice cream and cheesecake for dessert.

Ichi Ramen
Ichi Ramen
Ichi Ramen

Moo Woo Korean BBQ

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Visit Moo Woo for meat dishes such as galbi (beef short ribs) and bulgogi (sirloin), but the must-try entrée here is the Joo Mul Luk, thin slices of beef, seasoned with garlic, pepper, and salt. All is cooked in front of diners at the table.

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Rosati's Pizza

This pizza place serves typical pizza parlor menu, with a few must try items such as the Cajun fries and the breaded mushrooms. No matter what topping you order on your pizza, make sure you ask for the double dough crust.

[Photo]

Yoshiya Japanese kitchen

With a wood-paneled ceiling and framed artwork, this small Japanese restaurant is a sleek and cozy place to get Japanese comfort food. Favorites here include the chicken katsu curry, savory beef bowl with egg, and tuna poke.

Lemongrass & Lime

Yes, Centennial even delves into the Thai side of cuisine. On the menu, weekday lunch specials including pad Thai, curries and orange peel chicken, are all priced at $8.95 or $9.95. The full menu adds Thai egg rolls, fried avocado, beef Thai jerky, and dry-rubbed chicken wings among the appetizer choices. Soups include tom yum and an “Emperor Soup,” filled with wontons, chicken, shrimp, barbecue pork, vegetables, and egg. Noodles, curries and fried rice dishes join entrees and “chef favorites” including “Moo Palo,” a “slow cooked pork belly in a special thick Thai soy sauce;” the “Crying Tiger Beef,” a “grilled marinated Rib-Eye Steak served with Thai special sauce;” and the $15.95 “Volcano blue mussels,” created with “steamed sweet blue mussels in special Thai herbs, served with seafood sauce.”

Pad see ew at Lemongrass &amp; Lime
Pad see ew at Lemongrass & Lime
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Krazy Sushi

At this laid-back sushi spot, must-tries are the Pink Lady, the Screaming Orgasm, and the extra spicy Burn Your Boom Hole. Baked rolls, deep fried rolls, vegetable, and classic rolls also have a place on the menu. Lunch and dinner feature all-you-can-eat options.

[Photo]

Shucks Tavern & Oyster Bar

Seafood is the name of the game at the 24-hour Shucks Tavern & Oyster Bar. The super long menu includes oysters on the half shell, a seafood pan roast, garlic shrimp, shooters, and a build-your-own list that comes in a bucket steaming hot with a bucket of drawn butter. Go for $5 all-you-can-eat mussels on Fridays.

<span data-author="2187660">Shucks Tavern &amp; Oyster Bar </span>
Shucks Tavern & Oyster Bar
Shucks Tavern

BabyStacks Cafe

If you feel like satisfying your sweet tooth, BabyStacks is the place to go. Order their famous red velvet pancakes, topped with homemade whipped cream, chocolate crumbles and rich, cream cheese syrup. Other sweet treats that are available include banana cream pie with banana pancakes topped with homemade whipped cream, sliced bananas, almonds, piecrust crumbles and drizzled with banana cream sauce, Nutella crepes, and cookie butter French toast, topped with homemade whipped cream, lots of Nutella, and topped with pie crust rumbles and powdered sugar.

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Market Grille Cafe

One of three locations, Market Grille Cafe dishes out Italian, Greek, and a fusion of Mediterranean cuisine, as well as vegan and gluten-free food. The traditional gyro combines beef and lamb, lettuce, chopped red onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, and feta cheese piled into a warmed pita bread, while the baklava comes with sugared walnuts and cinnamon layered and baked in buttery filo dough.

Market Grille Cafe
Market Grille Cafe
Market Grille Cafe

Umami

One side of Umami's menu features all dishes from the sushi bar such as a recent special, live lobster, as well as rolls such as the No. 5 with albacore tuna, spicy tuna and fried onion rings or the Superman burrito with crab, cucumber, avocado, tuna and salmon wrapped in lettuce. A spicy taco yuzu with marinated octopus and tuna poke find a home in the appetizer section. The kitchen dishes out chashu ramen with pork belly in a miso broth, short ribs, karaage and grilled salmon or yellowtail.

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The Standard Tavern

This neighborhood bar in Centennial Hills has got you covered from coffee and eggs, to lunchtime burgers, to happy hour. This 24-hour spot serves bar fare around the clock and airs every Raiders and Vegas Golden Knights game.

Waffles Cafe

Even though everything here is served with plastic utensils and on paper plates, diners don’t mind because the service is as impeccable as the food. Try the Sweet P, a pumpkin waffle topped with apple pie filling, vanilla ice cream, caramel, cinnamon, and of course, whipped cream.

[Photo]

Meráki Greek Grill

The newest location of Meráki Greek Grill brings all manner of Greek fare to Centennial Hills. Find classic spreads and appetizers, gyros, saganaki, grilled lamb chops and kalamakia skewered meats, as well as dishes like the Meráki steak burger and signature bowls.

A table full of Greek food.
Meráki Greek Grill
Meráki Greek Grill

Bob Taylor's Ranch House

Since 1955, Bob Taylor’s Ranch House dished out steaks in a Western-themed restaurant. Start with Cajun shrimp scampi and crab-stuffed mushrooms. Every dinner starts with garlic cheese toast and soup or salad. The Ranch House potatoes feature hash browns cooked with mushrooms and Monterrey Jack, cheddar, parmesan, and fontina cheeses. Of course, the smoked prime rib is the star of the show, but other favorites cooked on an exhibition mesquite grill include a 32-ounce New York cut, which, if finished, includes dessert on the house.

Bob Taylor’s Ranch House
Bob Taylor’s Ranch House
Bob Taylor’s Ranch House

Montana Meat Co.

This 24-hour restaurant features dishes such as the Rocky Mountain bacon burger, a tuna appetizer, lamb chops, and, of course, steaks.

[Photo]

Sushi Loca

Some of the most requested specialty rolls at Sushi Loca also have some of the most creative names, such as the Burning Sensation or Neptune Dazzler. A large variety of tea, udon noodle choices, and sashimi are also available to order.

[Photo]

FireRock Steakhouse

Beef at this steakhouse with Casper, Wyoming, origins are aged a minimum of 28 days and cooked over an authentic wood-fired grill burning oak wood. Open 24 hours.

[Photo]

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Michoacán Gourmet Mexican Restaurant

Breakfast served all day and more Mexican dishes than one can throw a stick at make up the menu at this heavyweight of the dining scene in Las Vegas. Lunch features 32 specials, while a weekend brunch offers a buffet on Sundays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Street tacos go for $2 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays.

<span data-author="2187660">Michoacán Gourmet Mexican Restaurant </span>
Michoacán Gourmet Mexican Restaurant
TripAdvisor

Ichi Ramen House

The Ichi Ramen menu includes $2.95 edamame, $4.95 gyoza or takoyaki crispy octopus and $5.95 chicken karaage among the appetizers, plus tempura choices like the $6.95 Brussels sprouts. Ramen options priced between $7.95 and $8.95 include the “classic tonkotsu,” shoyu, miso and chicken choices, with signature ramen selections such as the $11.95 tomato seafood, curry or vegetarian dishes. For $1 extra, tofu, crunch garlic and spicy pork miso are among the toppings that can be added. The restaurant also serves fried rice, salads, a handful of of sushi rolls and mochi ice cream and cheesecake for dessert.

Ichi Ramen
Ichi Ramen
Ichi Ramen

Moo Woo Korean BBQ

Visit Moo Woo for meat dishes such as galbi (beef short ribs) and bulgogi (sirloin), but the must-try entrée here is the Joo Mul Luk, thin slices of beef, seasoned with garlic, pepper, and salt. All is cooked in front of diners at the table.

[Photo]

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