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Off The Strip at The LINQ to Open Dec. 24; Unveils Menu Showcasing “Real Food” 24 Hours Per Day

Off The Strip at The LINQ to Open Dec. 24; Unveils Menu Showcasing “Real Food” 24 Hours Per Day
“Just real food.”
That’s how Off The Strip describes its brand-new menu that will debut at The LINQ Promenade on Wednesday, Dec. 24. Off The Strip will be a 2-story, 11,000-square-foot bar and bistro, open 24 hours, offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. 

Founded in 2007 in the Southern Highlands neighborhood, the restaurant cultivated a Las Vegas locals following. Off The Strip is known its steaks, chops, seafood and pasta dishes.

When Off The Strip debuts this month, the All Day menu will include classic appetizers including fried calamari with chili remoulade and tomato sauce and sweet chili and bacon prawns. Sliders offered will include fried chicken served with a spicy honey mustard; pulled pork simmered in brown sauce and Wagyu beef topped with caramelized onions and American cheese. Las Vegas locals favorite dishes will include the M.O.A.B. Burger, a grilled sirloin burger with hickory smoked bacon with cheddar; eggplant parmesan; shrimp scampi; Beef Wellington served with mushroom duxelles and bordelaise sauce baked in a puff pastry; grilled pork chops; filet mignon and Cajun rib-eye steak. Named for the late Chef Al Hubbard, one of Off The Strip’s founders, Al’s Rigatoni incorporates cherry peppers, garlic, basil and Parmesan cheese with a zucchini garnish. Desserts will include the root beer float; Al’s cheesecake and double chocolate sundae.

New to Off The Strip at The LINQ will be its “Fresh & Fit” menu offered for breakfast. That menu will feature hummus and vegetables and grilled Alaskan salmon filet, as well as roast chicken with potatoes and grilled squash.

“We’re here to offer real, simple great-tasting food. We believe in making comfort food as good as it can be—that’s why our guests come back again and again..” says Tom Goldsbury, founder, Off The Strip.

Indoor and outdoor seating will be available, with the latter situated on prime Las Vegas Strip real estate—the Promenade at The LINQ—offering ample opportunity for people-watching. Guests will have direct access to The LINQ Hotel & Casino, as well as The High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel.

All menus will change seasonally.