6593 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas NV 89119
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Town Square Las Vegas is south of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and about a 5 minute drive from the strip.
Phone: (702) 949-2583
Cuisine at the Blue Martini at Town Square Las Vegas: Continental/American
Reservations at the Blue Martini at Town Square Las Vegas: Not Required
Price Range at the Blue Martini at Town Square Las Vegas: $10 - $50 when you consider alcohol
Hours at the Blue Martini at Town Square Las Vegas:
Monday - Friday 4pm - 4am
Saturday & Sunday 2pm - 4am
Happy Hour 4-8 pm 7 days a week with ½ price food and drink specials
Bands at Blue Martini Las Vegas start at 8:00PM Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday; 9:00PM Tuesday & Thursday; 4:00PM & 8:00PM Sunday
Attire at the Blue Martini at Town Square Las Vegas: Casual
What it’s like at the Blue Martini at Town Square Las Vegas?
The Blue Martini Las Vegas is comfortable enough to be a casual place for a date yet nice enough to feel like a VIP. It is multi-faceted and you'll like that about the Blue Martini. Consider the entertainment or the setting. Are you there for an afternoon BBQ on the patio, relax and dress down. If you are out for a night of Martini action and dancing then you should dress accordingly.
There is dancing, there is dining and there is drinking and all in one place where you'll spend an entire evening.
How's the food at the Blue Martini at Town Square Las Vegas?
The food is a decent accent to the Martini menu. You guessed it; I would have rather had the drinks than the food. However, that is only because there are times when I really love to try the various Martini concoctions that mixologist come up with. I particularly enjoy the Pomegranate Martini, The Fly Me To The Moon Martini and the Pink Passion. Of course if you like to go Old School they do tend to make a tasty Dirty Martini. I would not suggest the Cookies and Cream unless you are ready for dessert.
Back to the food, sorry, alcohol makes me babble about stuff that is only important to me. The steak sandwich that they serve is presented on this delectable bread that made me worry about running because I wanted to order a bit more. The Lobster Tacos are drizzled with a sauce that is just the right amount of zip to keep you satisfied. A couple of the flat bread selections are worth trying as well.
The food is worth a try if you get to the Blue Martini and you have not had dinner, however, with all the great restaurants in town, you should focus on the good drinks they serve and leave the cooking to someone else.
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