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THE VILLAGE PUB (SUMMERLIN) ******    LOCATION: LAS VEGAS Website: http://www.villagepubcasino.com/villagepub/villagepub_landing.html This is certainly not a very upscale or sophisticated venue. But if you don’t mind the somewhat drab, cheesy surroundings, then you actually might end up having a good time! The Village Pub can basically be described as a restaurant/bar combination with a wide variety of gaming opportunities. The atmosphere seems a tiny bit oppressive, it’s pretty gloomy no matter what time of day and how bright the sunshine outside. The ventilation system does not appear to be at the newest standard, so there usually is some lingering cigarette smoke. Basically when you come in here, you kind of enter a different universe: the word “barfly” comes to mind, also the nouns “dive” or “drinking hole” might ring a bell or two. You expect Henry Chinaski to be gently snoozing on one of the stools and a mean, seasoned barman with a no-nonsense attitude. Once you get past the initial feeling of resentment, however, you will quickly learn to appreciate all the advantages this particular establishment has to offer. Well, first of all for the prices they charge their dishes are surprisingly good: you really do receive excellent value for your money! So far they have always been fresh, nicely presented and very tasty. I have also not yet experienced any signs of food poisoning (knock on wood); although to this day I consider the first time I decided to consume my dinner there as one of my most impressive acts of bravery. The menu offers a lot to choose from, but my favorites are the Sirloin Steak, Chicken Breast with Portobello Mushrooms or the Cobb Salad. And even though at first sight this place looks like you’ll be lucky to even get wine out of a box (good old prohibition moonshine surely being their drink of preference), they actually do carry a decent selection of wines and beers. Of course they’ll also mix you a cocktail if that’s what you prefer. The servers are mostly friendly, although there is one waitress that is pretty rude and negligent in her job. And we seem to always get her lately *sigh*... The Village pub stays open 24/7, so you can visit it pretty much any time of day or night. Sometimes you might even have it all to yourself. It has certainly evolved into a favorite hang-out of the locals and you will see many people drop by just for a drink, a bite to eat or some gambling. Nothing can beat the convenience of simply walking up there, having some food and a few drinks and not having to worry about driving back home. So don’t get scared or put off by its interior, if you’ll give it a chance you will see it truly is a rough (very rough indeed) diamond, just waiting to be discovered.
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THE VILLAGE PUB (SUMMERLIN) ******    LOCATION: LAS VEGAS Website:http://www.villagepubcasino.com/villagepu b/villagepub_landing.html This is certainly not a very upscale or sophisticated venue. But if you don’t mind the somewhat drab, cheesy surroundings, then you actually might end up having a good time! The Village Pub can basically be described as a restaurant/bar combination with a wide variety of gaming opportunities. The atmosphere seems a tiny bit oppressive, it’s pretty gloomy no matter what time of day and how bright the sunshine outside. The ventilation system does not appear to be at the newest standard, so there usually is some lingering cigarette smoke. Basically when you come in here, you kind of enter a different universe: the word “barfly” comes to mind, also the nouns “dive” or “drinking hole” might ring a bell or two. You expect Henry Chinaski to be gently snoozing on one of the stools and a mean, seasoned barman with a no-nonsense attitude. Once you get past the initial feeling of resentment, however, you will quickly learn to appreciate all the advantages this particular establishment has to offer. Well, first of all for the prices they charge their dishes are surprisingly good: you really do receive excellent value for your money! So far they have always been fresh, nicely presented and very tasty. I have also not yet experienced any signs of food poisoning (knock on wood); although to this day I consider the first time I decided to consume my dinner there as one of my most impressive acts of bravery. The menu offers a lot to choose from, but my favorites are the Sirloin Steak, Chicken Breast with Portobello Mushrooms or the Cobb Salad. And even though at first sight this place looks like you’ll be lucky to even get wine out of a box (good old prohibition moonshine surely being their drink of preference), they actually do carry a decent selection of wines and beers. Of course they’ll also mix you a cocktail if that’s what you prefer. The servers are mostly friendly, although there is one waitress that is pretty rude and negligent in her job. And we seem to always get her lately *sigh*... The Village pub stays open 24/7, so you can visit it pretty much any time of day or night. Sometimes you might even have it all to yourself. It has certainly evolved into a favorite hang-out of the locals and you will see many people drop by just for a drink, a bite to eat or some gambling. Nothing can beat the convenience of simply walking up there, having some food and a few drinks and not having to worry about driving back home. So don’t get scared or put off by its interior, if you’ll give it a chance you will see it truly is a rough (very rough indeed) diamond, just waiting to be discovered.
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