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About Public House at The Venetian
Public House offers guests a different experience as a gastropub-like venue featuring an extensive whiskey, beer, and wine program.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Open daily from 11am to 11pm. Happy Hour daily from 3pm to 5pm.
Spring Mountain Rd
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
For Catering Options/Menus, please contact:
Hotel and Valet are available.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
For Special Events, please contact:
Consider Public House for all styles of events such as, corporate affairs, holiday receptions, product launches, networking receptions and other special events.
Public House at The Venetian Ratings and Reviews
Had a very nice lobster Cobb salad with a side of herbed fries and a fantastic local "Icky" IPA beer. I wasn't planning to have dessert but my extremely nice server Arnie told be about their "build your own dessert" menu and I couldn't help myself! It was totally worth the calories.
The atmosphere was pretty quiet for a late lunch (2:45pm) on a Sunday, but that's great with me.
Prices are moderatly high but it's the Venetian hotel in Las Vegas, so they're adequate.
I went here with some co-workers in the evening. I had the Chilean Sea Bass and went back again the next night and had the same thing. The Brussel sprouts were excellent. I wasn't as impressed with the kale salad as I expected. My colleagues ordered the hamburger - which looked amazing, but the "medium" cook was extremely rare. It had to be sent out. Pleasant place though. I'd go back for the sea bass anytime.
Public House does a fantastic job of executing really well composed, comforting dishes in a stylish low light, enjoyable atmosphere. Combine this with great service and an incredibly rich cocktail/wine/beer program - what's not to love? It's a haven within a mega casino.
Great evening at the Public House at the Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas. Arrived on time and was seated promptly for our Open Table reservations. The dining area is well designed with spacious room between tables, and noise level was very good for normal conversation. This all made a very nice experience. The service as acceptable, but was more like a Pub than fine dining, in contrast the food was excellent overall. Started with a Fried Cauliflower appetizer, lightly fried and crispy, very good. Entrees was the dinner special of Filet with a Crab Oscar, and the Sea Bass with a nice corn/potato chowder. Both entrees were excellent, cooked to order and served at perfect eating temperature. Overall a good experience in a casual atmosphere.
This restaurant is convenient to the Sands Expo Center but not business luncheon friendly. I made a reservation as we had a short period of time to eat and discuss business. The hostess and what seemed to be the manager gave me lecture on how my entire party had to be there. When I asked to sit so I could set up my laptop, they gave me a hard time and ignored me while seating 4-5 parties without reservations. When they did seat me, the lecture continued and his final comment to me was "okay, I'll trust you" in a surly tone. The hotel restaurants don't seem to try to go above and beyond because they are just managing crowds of people who are already in the hotel. The food was fine, but not memorable. The server was great.
Food was great - was very disappointed in the "welcome" we were 30 minutes early for our reservation and was forced to wait even though they had open tables throughout the restaurant that could have been used. Both hostesses didn't care......... too many great options in the hotel to have this type of service. I come every year for this conference and doubt I will come back to bring customers to this restaurant.
My wife and I celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary at Public House. We took an early reservation and were served by Steve, who was wonderful. First we had a drink at happy hour in the bar and the bartender and bar-back were terrific, recommending dinner dishes, etc. Steve our server was outgoing and helpful. We also met the manager, who was great. The food is amazing, and so was the dessert. If you want a great bar and dining experience, Public House is the way to go. We will be back!!
This is a bare bones operation. No decorations on the table. No complimentary bread basket. No extras at all. The food was flavorful and well prepared. We really enjoyed the food despite the less than hot temperature when it was served. We skipped desert because of the slow pace of service. Overall tasty meal with no frills. I was hoping for a few frills and speedier service at this price point.
The food and service were excellent. The decor was "pub-like" and very comfortable. My only complaint was with the selection, prices and serving sizes. $9 for a beer is a bit ridiculous -- even by Vegas standards. Also, the sandwiches were not available for dinner and there was only one burger on the menu. An order of fish sliders contained only two and an order of the chicken wings just six. Our total for three beers and four appetizer-sized small plates was almost $100.
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