Las Vegas Restaurants
American Coney Island
Hailing from Michigan, American Coney Island has found a new home at the D Las Vegas. Located under the outside escalator next to D Bar sits this American casual dining restaurant that has won the hearts, and stomachs, of many in the Downtown Las Vegas dining scene.
It is open 24 hours and offers high quality, specially-seasoned Dearborn sausage hotdogs smothered in the Keros family secret special recipe chili sauce. Add to that a topping of fine mustard and sweet chopped onions that is the final touch to the distinctive overall taste and flavor of American Coney Island. Served in a warm steamed bun, it’s a tantalizing treat that’s still hard to beat after all these years. Come see and taste why this is one of Detroiters and visitors’ favorites while walking Fremont Street!
This El Paso Restaurant owes its nickname, “The Old Ironsides,” to the Old Ironsides, itself – that is, the largest armored division in the entire U.S. Army, stationed at Fort Bliss. Built with the most iron of all our Restaurants, Raising Cane’s second El Paso hotspot lives up to its nickname.