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About 7th & Carson
The culinary program at 7th & Carson is comprised of simple, approachable ingredients combined to create fun flavors in an assortment of shareable plates. Guests are invited to come in for a few pints or a cocktail, have a few great plates and enjoy the neighborhood vibe. Open now and located at it’s namesake crossroads, 7th & Carson Bar and Restaurant brings new life to a familiar Downtown Las Vegas Corner.
Las Vegas, NV 89101-5714
Hours of Operation:
Sat, Sun 11:00 am–3:00 pm
Mon, Thu, Fri 11:00 am–3:00 pm
Mon, Thu–Sun 3:00 pm–11:00 pm
7th Avenue & Carson Street
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
7th & Carson Ratings and Reviews
The food was very unique and and delicious! The owner of the restaurant came around to talk about the different menu items and cocktails.
There is a 'drink' on the menu called the Oscar. The Oscar is where the mixologist comes to the table and asks a the guest different questions to custom make you a drink! It was so great! He made me a wonderful cocktail.
We ordered different things on the menu and shared with the group.
I don't write many reviews unless they are exceptionally good or exceptionally bad. 7th and Carson is in the exceptionally good camp. Charming patio setting and food was fab. The menu is limited however with a party of 5 people we were able to try a number of dishes. All exceptional. I recommend this restaurant but check to make sure they're open. They only open Thursdays-Sundays.
Finally a new restaurant Downtown. We really enjoyed our visit and continue to enjoy it so far this is our 3rd time for lunch. Our usual server is Quinn she is so awesome. As we have more business meetings we will continue to frequent this new Downtown gem. Our favorite was the Pear salad and the Beef dip.
Enjoyed our visit. Went before a concert at Smith Center. Plates are smallish, tapas style really. We ordered the ceviche, charcuterie, and a spinach pizza. Everything was delicious. Service was friendly and attentive. Great for downtown people watching. Free parking a few blocks south but plenty of metered parking too.
We were already huge fans of the artistry of Chef Gregg Fortunato when he wowed us with his superior delicacies at the former Inyo in Chinatown. Gregg’s gifts are now in plain view at the new restaurant, 7th and Carson.
The setting is perfect for illustrating his magical creations. We invited friends to join us, and we were thrilled by the Hot Melons cocktail ( tequila, habanero syrup, watermelon, lemon and cracked pepper), oxtail toast, duck pot pies, grilled peach with arugala and burrata, white truffle toast, Dubliner burger, prosciutto pizzetta, and wines.
There was an amazing panacotta for dessert.
We all four left, bowing to Gregg and the wonderful staff, dazed by the fabulous experience.
As we were finishing, a group of about 25 LipSmackingTours’ progressive diners descended on the restaurant and appeared to be as mesmerized as we had been.
If Inyo had previously been our favorite place to bring new diners, now 7th and Carson is the top of our list.
This is one of the finest places, ever.
Quiet evening. Ate on the patio. Oscar, the bar leader came out to ask us about the type and style of cocktail we were looking for. Let him run with your inputs. Had the oxtail toast, octopus, beet salad, pork belly and panna cotta. Best octopus in town..super tender with a fresh ocean taste. Oxtail was number two. Great sourdough..juicy, savory meat. Panna cotta had a great hint of burnt caramel. Can't go wrong. Get in there before it gets a buzz and gets packed
There are 24 items in the menu. They were out of 3. After we placed our order the server came back to let us know they were out of another item. With 4 of 24 items not available we asked for our check for our drinks. The server rolled her eyes and asked why and we let her know that they were out of everything we wanted to try on the menu. The manager came by and was extremely nice and apologized for running out of food. He even offered to buy us those items if we came back. We waited for our check for 2 beers and the server who rolled her eyes never brought it to us. We left money and left and will never go back. Managers was great but too bad his staff was awefully.
Food took forever to get. Waitress finally told us that they closed out our ticket for some reason and food was given to someone else so it took way longer for us to get our order. Owner was present. Friendly staff. Owner did come to me and tell me they were having a bad week and we didn't get all we ordered. That they had to cut back on some of the food. It's a tapas joint so you really can't cut back any more. I was seeing tables get 5 wings and we only got 3. Cocktails took forever to get. Our dessert didn't come with the ice cream bc they ran out. Food was very good just sucks that they portions were cut down for certain tables. We paid same price for the food even though they cut back on our portions.
Fabulous! We sat at the kitchen table and Chef was amazing! The food was incredible, he was sooo engaging, the staff was solicitous but not overly so, and We had a delightful evening. We will be back many times. Brunch is coming in September so another treat is on the way!
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