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For over 21 years the Little Grass Shack has been spreading the Spirit of Aloha across Southern Nevada on the FM airwaves. Hosts Island Emory, Angel, and Big Island Emory are all proud to share their Aloha Spirit, island culture, lifestyle and traditions with KUNV 91.5 listeners every Sunday from 12PM-4PM. Special features like Topics in the Tropics, WTF: What the Fact, and Wiki Wiki Sports make every weekend at KUNV lively and exciting. Listen on air or online www.LGSVegas.com every Sunday for the “Best of Island Music!” And 24/7 music on our other platforms www.islandemory.comRead More
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First time here. Beautiful 70° weather so we asked to sit outside they said no outdoor dining today. Nice atmosphere. Great food. Server Lauren was super nice. Ordered the Ruben and Lauren recommended I get the potato chips. Great recommendation. Both were delicious
SUPER delish brunch spot! Everything tastes like it’s from scratch and freshly made. We had the deviled eggs, tomato soup, and the truffle egg sandwich. All of it was outstanding and the service was great! The place also has a great vibe!
Superb experience. I ordered biscuit and gravy with bacon and 2 easy-fried eggs. Service is excellent and food came out fast and hot. Food is delicious. Perfect breakfast to start off the day. Price is also very reasonable.
This is an excellent brunch place. It is popular, so come a bit early for brunch (10-11ish was good for us). The food is absolutely stellar, with amazing taste, portion, presentation, and price. Unfortunately, they are not the most flexible with their menu. I ordered the pancakes with strawberries and tried to replace the sausage that comes with it with another non-meat protein like eggs, and they refused. The food was still good and they didn’t charge me for the fruit as I didn’t get meat, but the lack of flexibility was a little discouraging. Despite that, that was the only downside I can come up with. The staff are friendly and the atmosphere vibrant but not overly loud.
Today started with breakfast at EAT in downtown Vegas. Small local joint serving breakfast and lunch. I had the special, Chicken Benedict with citrus hollandaise sauce and my friend had the biscuits and gravy. The Benedict came with spinach, fresh tomatoes and perfectly poached eggs, not to mention chive potatoes.... Sooooo good. The Benedict is only available on weekends. The biscuits and gravy was delicious as well, but my friend had to switch her meal to pancakes as some herb in the gravy did not agree with her. I tasted it and loved it and would order it. The pancakes were fluffy on the inside with nice crispy edges and she tells me the in-house prepared maple syrup butter mix was amazing! (sorry no Pic of the pancakes) Definitely worth a visit.