A Patio For Your Pooch In Sin City
If you’re looking for a dog-friendly restaurant in Las Vegas, then head downtown to Glutton.
Located a couple blocks off Fremont Street at 6th & Carson, seating is on the restaurant’s shaded patio – accessible from the street – Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m.
The brunch at Glutton includes aWild Mushroom Omelette with goat cheese and breakfast potatoes; Yeast-Risen Pancakes with cultured butter and maple cider syrup; Proper Breakfast Sandwich with house-made sausage, caramelized onions, soft scrambled eggs, spicy bacon mayo, cheddar and duck fat potatoes (sounds like a good hangover cure choice!) and the Breakfast Salad with wild greens, bacon, a soft poached egg, duck fat potatoes and green goddess dressing.
In addition, Glutton has added new seasonal dishes to its menu, including Shrimp and Grits with pork belly, fried tomatoes and Louisiana BBQ sauce; Tomato Salad featuring Blue Lizard Farms’ heirloom tomatoes, ice wine vinegar, fried mozzarella balls, balsamic chips and fresh herbs; Lamb Meatballs featuring tomato chutney, cucumber yogurt sauce, grilled ciabatta, pickled shallots and pickled feta; Wood-Roasted Halibut with wild-caught Alaskan halibut, spring peas, pea-and-poblano puree, shrimp and foie gras croquets and the Watermelon Salad with basil vinaigrette, ricotta salata, cucumbers and tomatoes.
Glutton showcases savory meats, locally sourced produce, house-made pastas and seafood from the Pacific Northwest. Created with an adventurous palate in mind, the cuisine appeals to diners who enjoy trying new things and appreciate fresh, flavorful ingredients.
The restaurant uses a wood-burning oven for its roasted meats and vegetables. Through a partnership with local farms, Glutton offers custom herb and greens mixes.
Rather than heavily salting or adding fats to many of his dishes, Chef Bradley Manchester prefers herbs and acids to “wake up” his diners.
At the bar, Glutton serves seasonal, handcrafted cocktails, craft beers wines.
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