At the other end of Fremont Street on Las Vegas' Eastside is a stretch of road known as Boulder Highway, a bustling spot for nightlife and dining. Boulder Highway haunts are popular among locals looking for great food in a low-key setting. In contrast to the sparkling expanse of the Las Vegas Strip, the desert views have inspired several Wild West-themed resorts and also have a heavy influence on the available cuisine. Some of the best steakhouses in Nevada are out this way. Barbecue is also popular, and fresh and authentic Mexican food shines in several Boulder Highway eateries.