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Herbs and Rye

Posted on | February 6, 2010 | 3 Comments

Having just opened a couple of months ago, I expected to walk into a fresh, modern restaurant. Well, the interior is nothing like what I expected. Not that I don’t like it, though. It’s somewhat of a homage to ‘old school Vegas’, with a dimly lit, lush interior, and the songs of crooners in the background. Kind of funky and fun! Apparently the restaurant is already well known for it’s mixology; having quite an interesting variety of drinks from various eras. The waiter told us they’re getting ready to feature live entertainment; I’m assuming (and hoping) something jazzy, bluesy, or crooner-ish, to fit with the atmosphere.

While we shared one (very strong!) drink, we were here to try the food. As of right now, they’ve got quite a good deal going on, featuring both early and late happy hours with all food on the menu at half off!

Here’s what we had:

For an appetizer, we decided to try the sausage bombs. These are basically sausage egg rolls; filled with ground sausage, onion, mushroom, and accompanied with a basil aioli. The rolls were really tasty; in fact, I think they were my favorite item of the night. The basil aioli was unsurprisingly much like a pesto sauce, but a nice accompaniment.


Adam went with the lasagna, which is huge! I opted for the gnocchi bolognese, which was more than I could eat as well. The gnocchi were good, and the chianti meat sauce was quite tender, with a nice sweetness to it.


While I don’t think the food was the best Italian in town, it was good, and at half off, quite a great deal. We were here on a Saturday night, and the service was fantastic; although there weren’t too many other customers at the time. I’d certainly be willing to try them again in a few months, once they’ve had a bit more time to perfect the menu items. Hopefully they’ll still have that happy hour deal!

Cost: $$

3713 W. Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Phone: 702 982-8036

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3 Responses to “Herbs and Rye”

  1. atdleft
    February 9th, 2010 @ 7:29 pm

    There’s been a LOT of talk about this place lately… But it seems like the buzz has mostly been about the bar menu and the cocktails. Still, I’ll have to grab a couple drinks here some time and try the food just so I can taste for myself what this place is really about.

  2. Gloria Sandoval
    February 10th, 2010 @ 4:37 am

    I ate there Friday night and the place was packed at 6:30 there were no seats available at the bar so we ate in the lounge. We had a three apps ( Caprice salad, sausage bombes , and the spicy mussles ) they were all excellent. For dinner we ordered the Pork tenderloins with figs and gargonzola cheese aswell as the mushroom panzerroti they were outsatanding. I realy hope this place does good. The happy hour are great.

  3. Kristi
    February 10th, 2010 @ 1:35 pm

    Our server told us that the restaurant has been packed on weeknights… the afterwork crowd, I’m assuming. Hopefully things will pick up for them on the weekends as well.

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