Made L.V. offers a fun, festive and entertaining place to dine in Tivoli Village. Open for lunch and dinner during the week, it has a menu that consists of a wide selection of appetizers, salads, sandwiches and pub specialties such as fish and fries.
A special brunch is also featured at Made L.V. during the weekend, and it offers a weekday happy hour with discounts on cocktail drinks, beers and snacks. Along with enjoying a drink or meal, you can also catch the game on one of the large screen televisions. On Saturday nights, you can rock to live music with your dinner or late-night snack at Made L.V.
Made LV has a very nice decor and it's in a great location. Just shocked that is was almost empty on sunny and warm Saturday at 6h30. Maybe 2 people at bar (hard to tell if they worked there or not) and two people sitting somewhere. The other restaurants at Tivoli were overflowing! MadeLV needs to do something about it's outdoor areas: a few plants or fabric to hide the road.....
Sat inside and got very attentive service as there were staff than customers. The fish fry was delicate and well seasoned. Other folks has the chicken wings and enjoyed those. The chocolate chip cookie dough bread pudding was a nice dessert, enough to share with 4 people for just a sweet afterthought.
I wish this place success as the menu and location are good. Just incredibly puzzled by lack of customers.
The service was great. Very relaxed and friendly. It was Easter Sunday and they were booked, so wait time was a bit longer, but when the staff is friendly, no one ever minds!
The food delish and fun.
We stopped in a on Saturday night for drinks and small plates to share. We were seating within seconds of arriving and the staff was very welcoming and warm. Drinks were ordered first and came out approximately 5-7 minutes later. Both of us had the Harvest Moon and really enjoyed it. Next, we had the Lentil & Chickpea Hummus, Crispy Fish Tacos, and the BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich. All were simply delicious and we didn't leave any leftovers. For dessert, we had the S'More Nachos. Extra sides of melted marshmallow and chocolate were brought to drizzle and dip the s'mores into. It was a decadent end to the evening. One of our party had a dairy allergy and the staff was very helpful in finding out what dishes were okay to eat as well as what substitutions could be made. We will definitely be returning soon.
Didn't actually stay for dinner. The current menu was very limited compared to the "old" menu shown on on Open Table. Although the staff apologized there was no compensating for the wine I liked and entrees I was considering no longer on the menu. The folks seated next to us had a great looking fish fry but I came for a steak or ribs both of which are no longer served. The steak frites on the menu they had "run out of" by 6 pm on a Friday. They need a menu adjustment to stay in business in this town.
Always great. Food with a twist.
The corned beef hash was delicious as was the Benedict. Also the s'mores nachos made me feel like a kid again! So messy and tasty. Jeff was so attentive and kind. He really made our brunch experience so special! Keep up the great work. Maybe turn down the music next time. It was a little loud.
Nice location great service poor food
I've been here a handful of times and I enjoy just hanging out and having a nice dinner. Made LV is a cool, chill spot in Tivoli. The prices are as expected for the type of menu, food is tasty, service is good, and the atmosphere is layer back.
Food was not all that great
First, our server was knowledgeable, prompt, and friendly. Other than that, it was disappointing with the exception of the wings.
My breakfast burger arrived after they delivered the wrong burger to my table. I touched it, ate some fries when a runner came back to the table and said he delivered to the wrong table. The table behind me was then served the burger I touched. At least I had just washed my hands. When my burger arrived it was quite small. The burger itself was okay, but the bacon was perfectly cooked to my taste and the egg was perfectly over easy.
We also ordered the eggplant sandwich. The bread was burned. Sad that a chef would put that plate up, the expediter would let it leave the kitchen and the food runner would deliver it. This speaks volumes about a restaurant.
The prices are on the high side for what you get.
If your table is by the bar be prepared for loud people using profanity.
I would suggest happy hour. Get the wings and a reasonably cheap draft imports.
Interesting take on offerings - a little twist here, a little twist there. Everything had a fresh taste and the service at the bar was terrific.
Mac and cheese is outstanding. Yummy comfort food.
Food was pretty good, however, noise level was way too high for us folks who like to go out with friends to talk. Would not be able to recommend to our friends but maybe to younger people. Server and other restaurant help were very attentive and actually lowered the volume when requested when we first were seated, was raised later in our meal.
In an industry where there are many choices to dine, service needs to be exceptional. The bar tender could act as if she wanted to help rather than making us feel we were an afterthought. I will not return...
We wanted dinner after returning from the Strip - this was a perfect choice. The hamburger and fries tasted so good and presented so nicely. Great selection of wines by the glass. Friendly, professional service. This is a terrific place for a fun dinner with friends - highly recommend it.
We enjoyed our experience at MadeLV. Vegas needs more non-chain casual spots with good food at reasonable prices. Highlights were the fig and goat cheese salad, bacon cheese biscuits and hanger steak. Unfortunately the buffalo wings that the waiter described as "not too hot just a little spicy" were so hot that they were inedible. This is based upon three people tasting them. That aside we would happily return for a second visit.
Our group of four tried an appetizer, a specialty drink, wine, and four different entres...all were excellent!
Restaurant was not real busy when we arrived for lunch but there was no one to greet or seat us. We waited & someone who we had seen running back & forth finally came over & seated us. We chose to sit outside. He left & it was quite awhile before anyone ( the same man) came back to take our order. It was obvious they were short on help. After ordering our food did come pretty quickly & it was delicious. The presentation of the smokehouse burger interesting but messy to eat. The fries were fresh & didn't too much salt, which was good. My wife ordered the eggplant rueben & loved it. The chips that came with it were definitely freshly made. We had the banana pudding for dessert. It was presented in a small canning jar & was really more like a banana trifle but delicious.
When you sit outside you overlook the driveway entrance to Tivoli Village, so it was noisy from the cars constantly driving in & sometimes you could smell the fumes from the cars. Also they had large umbrellas set up for shade, but when it got a little windy the umbrellas didn't seem too steady, so next time I will probably sit inside even though it was very dark inside & we prefer to sit outside in nice weather.
I will go back though & hope the service catches up with the quality of the food.
If weather permits, sit outside. The cocktails are good (I LOVE a place that carries PBR) and we just split a bunch of appetizers, which was more than enough. I would call it upscale bar food. I did see a few salads on the menu but otherwise, I don't think this is the place to go if you're interested in eating healthy.
Service was a bit slow considering we we're one of three tables seated in the place, but our server was polite and helpful. Food was awesome, plating was original and fun. Decor was modern and the live music wasn't over powering as it can be. I'll def be back!
I had read several reviews prior to going in, so I was waiting for something to go wrong, but they nailed it. The atmosphere was perfect, and the place was packed when we left. The food was great, even my picky teenage daughter was commenting on how good her food was. Didn't see any of the negativity I had read in other reviews, and like I said the place was packed, obviously for a reason.
Just all around good! Interesting and delicious choices, great service and very nice athmosphere!
My third time here and it's quickly becoming a go-to favorite. Introduced 3 friends to it during this visit and all were equally impressed. I 💗 the banana pudding more than words!
I came here for the Mardi Gras dinner the restaurant put on. A prix fixe of $36 included drinks, muffaletta, gumbo, crawfish boil, jambalaya, and desserts all served family style.
Service was excellent as was the food and it was a fun evening. I look forward to events like this in the future.
Happy hour is the best. The burger and nachos are our favorite. Servers are always really friendly
We went to Made for their Super Bowl special. The menu offered a representative sample of some of their various items. All were great. Interesting variations on classic items. Their Butcher's cut wings were very meaty with different flavored sauces and coatings. The smoked ham hock bits as part of the"loaded " nachos gave a really nice taste, but, not over powering the others ingredients of the loaded sauce. The bbq pulled pork sliders were excellent. The sweet and savory bread to start was as fine as the donut holes in a bag were to finish with a great carmel sauce. We only tried the fried onion rings, so, we cannot comment on the other fried offerings, like sweet potato fries. Nevertheless, we have no doubt the other items would outstanding given the quality of the fried onion rings. Great coating on whole firm, but, juicy onion rings. Overall, the Made Super Bowl special was super. We would highly recommend anyone in the area to stop by and you will not be disappointed.
We had SuperBowl Sunday reservations at 3pm for the big game. We were seated in the bar area very quickly which was great but that's were everything kind of stopped. We were served water and then not checked on for about 15 minutes. There seemed to be plenty of servers in the area. But they were all busy or in the case of the server who was a Chiefs fan just standing with his friend watching the pre game on TV. I had to ask the person who filled our water glasses if we could order. The bartender eventually came over and took our drink order. This seemed to get the ball rolling. She was very nice but it seemed like she was taking care if the whole restaurant by herself. Also the restaurant made a big deal of their food offerings which included an all you can eat special but in order to get this everyone at the table had to order the "deal". But this was never stated on their website , had we known this we might have gone somewhere else. One other thing they ran out of beer and the manager had to "go to the store". Seriously you aren't fully stocked or prepared for a huge day that you've advertised on your website and in the store? Sadly this isn't the first time I was disappointed by the staff of The Honey Salt businesses. Two years ago on Fathers Day we walked out of Honey Salt because we were seated and then never acknowledged. At that time the manager called me to apologize because like yesterday I made a reservation through Open Table. He asked me to comeback and let him take care of us. We never did. I was hoping that they would have gotten better at handling high volume days but it doesn't seem like they have. It's too bad because the food at both places is great. We love to support local Las Vegas businesses but I don't think I'll be going back to either establishment.
This was the second chance that we gave the restaurant and still not impressed. We waited 2-3 minutes for someone to show up at the reception area to seat us, although several on staff saw us come in and standing there.
The menu is pub-fare geared to beer drinking. If you are not in the mood for a beer the selections are limited. We settled for simply the Hummus "Jar" and the Artichoke appetizer along with a couple glasses of wine. The hummus was served with pita chips and some fresh carrots, radishes and celery. It was very good. The artichoke, not so much. It was a whole stuffed artichoke using breadcrumbs. The artichoke was quite charred and over-cooked. The stuffing mixture was greasy. We are found or Elizabeth's Honey Salt, just a stones throw away but won't be coming back to Made.
Our experience at Made L.V. was an overall great one. The hostess seemed a bit less than energetic... but she did seat us promptly. The servers were awesome, though. Very attentive. All of the food and drinks were outstanding. Our Bangkok Mule and Simply Blau cocktails were perfect. The Smoked Ham Hock Nacho appetizer was great as well... the half-order is more than enough for two to share. My Wagyu Skirt Steak was cooked to perfection and its accompanying chimichurri sauce was excellent. My gilfriend's half BBQ chicken was very well seasoned and had a great mac and cheese as a side. And the Brownie Cookie Sunday made for an awesome end to a great meal. The atmosphere can be a bit loud, but it is not too bad. The bar is pretty active and there are TVs with various games being shown. We also noticed that there are board games at the front that you can play... we weren't in the mood for a game of Sorry, but it's an interesting diversion. (there were a few tables that took advantage of this) Go check out Made L.V. for a casual, yet awesome dining experience!
Cute bar-type restaurant. Food was ok. Priced too high.
As stated in the title, Made LV was so good that we went two nights in a row! The menu is interesting, the food was fresh and well prepared, the service staff were warm and welcoming, and the atmosphere was relaxed and inviting. We had four adults and five children (all boys aged 12 and under) and the scene was perfect for our crowd. Some of the kids who are very picky eaters asked to go again a second night so that is really saying something! It is located in a nice shopping area with easy and free parking. Clearly, I highly recommend!!
We tried the fish/chips, and the soup of the evening. The soup packed a lot of flavor and was very good. The fish/chips were very good too. Our other friend had the 1/2 rack of ribs and it was large enough she had to take the remainder home. We tried the moonshine drink that was good. Banana Pudding and Chocolate cookie sundae - it was a great evening. We were in their private dining area booths and it wasn't too noisy and not too cramped.. We will back again
The menu at Made.LV was not very big, but was very creative and different. We had the small order of hamhock nachos as a starter, it was actually quite a lot of food and we both loved it. I ordered the apple pear salad as my entrée because the nachos were very filling: It was delicious. He had the double cheeseburger and said it was very good. Service was good enough, the waitress very personable, and she offered suggestions on the wine. I have already suggested my son bring his foodie girlfriend here.
I went to MadeLV because Honey Salt is such an excellent restaurant and I assumed MadeLV would be of the same caliber. While the French toast that I ordered was very tasty and the service I received was excellent, I was shocked at how limited the menu choices were for a breakfast type meal. I was also amazed at the limited desserts. If you are looking for a more lunch type menu then you will probably be happier than I was with the menu.
Server was great and enthusiastic however she did innocently forget our appetizer and never had ordered it for us as the entrees were brought to our table and we had to bring it to her attention that it was forgotten. It's ok as we had plenty of food, just a minor miss..
Classy spot for a fun group outing or a romantic date. Our group of 5 ordered a bunch of small plates and shared. It was fun, casual and the food was amazing.
We all thought the food was good to very good depending on item. For those who are vegetarian it does lack a bit of choice for regular dinner selection. The noise level was fairly loud when we first got there, but it did get better over time when someone turned it down. Ambiance is fair, but somewhat interesting. One person thought the ribs were very good, and another thought the mac and cheese was to die for. Probably would go back for lunch rather than dinner becuse of the lack non-meat friendly main dish item.
There is a good selection of food. Be warned that most of the items are 'smoked' and pork. Seating is better than their other location in that you aren't sitting on top of each other. But, you do feel like you are sitting in the middle of a bar and there is a lot of hustle and bustle constantly surrounding you. Not a place for an intimate dinner or private conversation.
Four of us got together to celebrate a birthday. The place has energy and above average food for a relatively casual setting. Several of us had trout stuffed with kale and green beans etc. It was well prepared. The artichoke had a tasty filling but the leaves of the choke itself yielded little nourishment.
One complaint. We noted on Open Table that we were celebrating a birthday however staff appeared to be unaware of this and nothing was said or done by them to note the occasion.
While the menu doesn't have a lot of choices, there's still plenty to pick from and the unique dishes were really exceptional. We will definitely be back to try more of their items. Note that they layout seems more like a bar with tables, but we liked the look and feel of the place - but if you're looking for fancy tables, etc., this would not be the place to go. Service was also very good, although at times our server seemed a bit stretched - but still reasonably attentive, despite having to handle a lot of tables.