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Passion for pastrami

Five places for great pastrami creations


The Linq’s breakfast and lunch spot has recently expanded its hours of operation and its menu to accommodate more than just an early crowd. Among its offerings are a hot pastrami sandwich ($12 or $20) and The Big Macher: a chophouse burger topped with thousand island cream cheese, red onion, coleslaw and American cheese on a brioche roll, $18.

The Linq Promenade, 702-754-4400, maxieslv.com



Chef Ralph Perrazzo has been bragging on social media about his hand-butchered, house-brined beef neck pastrami like a proud papa. The sandwich, which includes 16 ounces of very thinly sliced pastrami on seeded rye and is served with house-made coleslaw and sour pickles, is about to move from the specials lineup to the lunch menu, $19.

Palace Station, 702-221-6513, eatbbds.com


Richie’s SUB Shop

Located next to Treasure Island’s sportsbook, Richie’s offers a pastrami in sub form called the Buddy-Buddy. Dressed with coleslaw, Russian dressing and provolone cheese, it’s available as a 6-incher or a foot-long, $10 or $14.

Treasure Island, 800-944-7444, treasureisland.com

Treasure Island

Robert Irvine’s Public House

You might say that celebrity chef Robert Irvine’s pastrami sandwich is “reuben-esque.” That’s because it comes topped with sauerkraut, grain mustard and Swiss on marble rye, $17.

Tropicana, 702-739-2307, troplv.com

Robert Irvine’s Public House

Vig Deli

M Resort’s Vig Deli offers a hot pastrami sandwich with Swiss cheese and deli mustard on marble rye. And it’s available in the adjacent 32 Degrees Draft Bar, which has a great view of the sportsbook screens for game-day snacking with a beer, $10.

M Resort, 702-797-1000, themresort.com

Al Mancini/Las Vegas Review-Journal

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