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by Paul Burton
Liverpool, United Kingdom
August 14, 2009
October 12, 2005
We came for breakfast, and believe me, you don't need lunch after eating here. The Peppermill serves great breakfast concoctions and classics like pancakes, waffles, and omelets. I enjoyed just a fraction of Joe's San Francisco Special, which included scrambled eggs with spinach, onions, and sausage served on potato skins and smothered in a golden cheese sauce. My husband, who is a big eater, couldn't even finish his short stack of pancakes with both sausage and bacon! Their dinner menu looked quite appealing, featuring an enormous array of appetizers, sandwiches, salads, steaks, and seafood and desserts. Apparently, their ice-cream sundaes and banana splits are legendary. I believe that fasting for 3 days before (or after) consuming one those would be in order!
We also came back to visit the Peppermill Fireside Lounge for a nightcap. As expected, the decor here is also over-the-top, featuring the "flaming pool," a cozy seating area surrounding a fire pit that appears to be floating on deep-blue water. Elsewhere, comfy pink sofas semicircles filled the lounge, music videos played on many plasma-screen monitors, and an extensive frou-frou cocktail menu was served by women who must be aspiring models, clad in low-cut, slinky black dresses. I liked the way our server sat down at our table with us to take our order. Our server was very friendly as well as beautiful; she told us how during the day she's a student and varsity basketball player at UNLV. Only in Vegas!
The Peppermill is Vegas at its classic best. It's next to the Riviera, across from the Stardust on the north end of the Strip. It is absolutely worth going out of your way for!
From journal Labor Day Weekend in Las Vegas
July 28, 2005
The restaurant is in typical lounge/restaurant style. It is clean, and the seating is comfortable in the round-shaped booths.
The food is awesome, and the prices are reasonable. But best of all, they give you large portions. I mean a lot of food! So go there with an appetite!
From journal Second Honeymoon in Las Vegas