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Restaurants at Sahara Hotel & Casino


Editor’s note: The Sahara closed permanently in May 2011.

Sahara Hotel & Casino doesn’t offer too many restaurants but that doesn’t mean you cannot enjoy quit a lot of cuisines. Don’t miss the House of Lords – a landmark that is totally worth your visit – and the NASCAR café – where the kids (and adults) can have a lot of fun along with enjoying a meal.

The House of Lords – Steakhouse

It is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 5 p.m. to 11p.m. Reservations are recommended.

This elegant steakhouse has over 50 years experience in offering the best services for its guests. Choose among the grilled bone-in Rib-eye, classic surf & turf or the great seafood dishes. The ambiance is kept with the music from the Rat-Pack and vocal stylists from another era.

The tasting menu costs $29.95 per person and includes appetizer, salad, entrée, main dish and dessert. The signature dishes include Surf & Turf ($36) and 21 Day Aged Prime Rib ($18). Vegetarian options are also included in the menu (roasted vegetable medley or pappardelle pasta).

The Caravan Café – Café

It is open from Monday to Thursday from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. and from Friday to Sunday 24 Hours. It doesn’t accept reservations.

It offers an extensive menu, ranging from breakfast pancakes to cheeseburgers and prime rib dinners. The signature dishes include the cinnamon roll French toast and the caravan western burger.

NASCAR Café – American

It is open from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. daily. The car racing theme includes two levels packed with nearly 20 authentic NASCAR stock cars and big screen televisions which bring the races to life. Reservations are optional.

The dishes include American favorites such as burgers (from $8.50), steaks, ribs, and barbecue chicken, as well as Buffalo wings, pasta, salads (from $9.95) and pizza. Signature cocktails include the NASCAR, while the Californian and Grandstand colada are also popular among guests.

It is not just a café, it’s an entire experience. You can be sure the kids will be satisfied. They can try the roller coaster, or even try their luck at driving a NASCAR race car. Plus, there’s the Pit Pass Arcade, filled with video games.

The Grind Café – Cafe

It offers incredible coffee and great doughnuts