Dining Pick of the Week: Skyline Restaurant


1741 N. Boulder Highway, 702-565-9116

This traditional, all-in-one casino restaurant/coffee shop caters to every dining request 24 hours a day. It’s “old school” fun, including the daily specials listed for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfast items include build-your-own three-egg omelet, pancakes, French toast, corned beef hash and eggs, hot and cold cereal and starring the Skyline Favorite Scramble made with three eggs, diced ham, sliced mushrooms, diced tomatoes, green peppers, onion and cheddar and Swiss cheese. Among the sandwiches are prime rib French dip, tuna melt on grilled sourdough, meatball sub, Horizon Club (ham, turkey, bacon, cheese), hot open-faced turkey or roast beef with mashed potatoes and one-third pound hamburgers on toasted sesame seed bun with fries or coleslaw. Popular entrees, served with soup or salad, are chicken fried steak, center-cut pork chops, jumbo fried shrimp, spaghetti with meatballs, fried chicken, grilled liver with sautéed onions, ground sirloin of beef and slow-roasted 10-ounce prime rib, the house specialty. There is always a soup of the day, salads (chef, Lo Cal, chicken breast) and desserts such as carrot or chocolate cake, pie and ice cream sundaes. Skyline Restaurant is open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 6 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday. — Jack Bulavsky


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