Dining Pick of the Week: Distill


10820 W. Charleston Blvd. at Pavilion Center Drive, 702-534-1400

Distill is a bar — a really nice neighborhood bar. Its contemporary design, comfortable interior, 18 high-definition televisions, pool tables, Golden Tee Golf Game and state-of-the-art jukebox make it inviting any time of day. And the same can be said for the menu. Featured appetizers include avocado egg rolls, calamari straws, pretzel bites with cheddar cheese sauce, chipotle chicken nachos, mashed potato bites and street tacos. Among the entrees are penne chicken pasta, New York steak with potato medley, grilled Atlantic salmon and grilled center-cut boneless pork loin chops with vegetable risotto. There are calzones, hamburgers, pizza and sandwiches such as patty melt, BLT, French dip, chicken Caesar wrap, whiskey steak tacos, hot ham and cheese on grilled sourdough and turkey club. Breakfast is served around the clock and features country fried steak and eggs, biscuits and gravy, omelets, build-your-own breakfast burrito, hamburger steak and eggs and Distill’s breakfast sandwich (ham, bacon or sausage patty, two eggs, cheese, hash browns). Desserts include banana fritters and bread pudding made with brioche. There are two happy hours from 3 to 6 p.m. and 3 to 6 a.m. daily. Appetizers start at $4.25, and sandwiches begin at $7.99. Distill is open 24/7.


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