Food is very good, but menu is fairly limited. Service felt like the guy was new. That is not the issue, we all have to learn, but he was not being well supported. Will not affect my decision to return it was worth it.
Great place. Loved the menu and the staff was great.
Everything we tasted was Amazing from apps to cocktails and dessert
Great ambiance, Oscar made a special cocktail for one of our group and she loved it. Would definitely go back.
We made a last minute reservation here on a Saturday night and ended up having a great experience. The food was fantastic, I recommend the tandoori carrots, and the prosciutto pizzette. The servers and the manager were are very attentive and friendly in spite of having a packed house. I definitely recommend it, it's a keeper.
I'll keep this brief: We ordered four dishes and one cocktail, with tip it was $90. The portions were small and the food was good, not great. After waiting about 15 minutes for the cocktail, we asked again and it showed up in 1 minute - she forgot. The basic thought I had about this place was that if I'm going to lay out $90 for a small meal, I expect WAY more. Better food, more of it and better service. Because, there are a great number of nearby places where that is exactly what I'd get. So when it comes down to it, I'll be hard pressed to make a decision to go here again.
Really liked this place! A knowledgeable mixologist asked what we were in the mood for and concocted some really creative and tasty cocktails. Our friendly server, Kwame, made some great suggestions, including the pot pies and spicy chicken wings. The three of us shared the large pita/lavash style bread with the middle eastern dips dips and the aforementioned two small plates, and we were full. Taken together with Carson Kitchen and other spots, downtown Las Vegas has much to offer for foodies and those anxious to avoid the crowds and prices on the Strip.
The staff is delightful, atmosphere is cool, the food is scrumptious, and the mixologist a fantastic find! We will be returning again and again!
Great menu, friendly staff, Oscar comes to your table to discuss your cocktails. Fantastic.
Bad Start, Didn’t Improve
Had high expectations for 7th & Carson based on the reviews. We usually enjoy tapas style menus. We arrived on time for our 8 PM Friday night reservation, and were promptly seated - outside. That was not our request on this cool desert evening. It could’ve worked if they’d had heaters or blankets, but inexplicably, for a popular restaurant in the desert in January - no.
Ok, my wife ordered hot water and put on her shawl, and we perused the menu. House specialties were heirloom tomato salad, braised oxtail toast, and smoked pork belly. A tasty sounding flatiron steak was also on the menu. We tried ordering each of these, and were told they were out of every one. Friday night, Las Vegas, prime dining time - their out of these specialty and routinely popular items. Once our server deigned to visit our table, about 10 minutes after being seated, we ordered the ceviche, the duck wing pot pie, the pear burrata salad, and the salmon with squid-ink infused quinoa. The ceviche was very good, with a guacamole spread, but the house-made chips were soggy and chewy. The salad was tasty, as was the salmon, although the seasoning on the quinoa was rather bland. The filling in the small, pizza-roll sized pot pies was excellent, with tasty seasoning and a good balance of carrots and peas. However, the puff pastry was undercooked and doughy, ruining the taste and mouth feel of the dish.
The manager or owner was quite visible all evening, scurrying around the patio and in and out of the interior, but never once stopping at a guest table to inquire about perceptions of the food or service. He might as well have been managing a McDonalds.
Maybe it would be better on a slow Tuesday.