The Pub - Aria
We had a wonderful server, but the food was just ok. The prime rib was full of gristle and the baked potatoes were not quite cooked. The Pub Burger was excellent as was the Shepherds pie. The House Chips are probably the best thing about the place. One of our guests had to wait forever for his beer because the bar was busy. And our desserts were held up because the pastry chef was busy? Not quite the quality experience we expected.
The food was very disappointing and it was bone chilling loud it was a favorite. I don’t think I’d ever go back. The waitress was nice but the food quality isn’t good anymore. It’s a shame.
Good pub style food, In a busy location but not actually very busy in the restaurant. Server was great, as were the supporting staff. Well worth a try if you're looking for something a bit simpler
The Pub was a cool find in Vegas. The food was tasty and there was a lot of variety on the menu. The service was a little slow (it wasn't busy) so if you are tight on time I wouldn't recommend it or go earlier than you would think. I would definitely consider going again to try something else on the menu. It was delicious and fun atmosphere.
Menu is great, food was good, but or service was horrible. So bad that we likely won't go back. It was way better when it was Todd English Pub.
Great service and great foid!
We always have a great time here. Friendly staff, predictable high quality food. Great prices.
The food was very good - just very noisy.
Great waiter, food very good
Great experience. The staff was amazing.
Excellent service. Drinks, cheese plate, and steak and fries were great.
Called us days before reservation for Superbowl and tried to charge us $300 for table. What a joke!! After talking to 3 managers, they honored the normal lunch res I made. Sat us in a corner .. oh well. Lunch was yuk... prime San was mostly fat and Luke warm !! Couls have had better at Arbys and that isn't saying much!! Looked like other customers were not happy as well.
Return visit took customers, all was great
Waitress very nice and funny!
We stay at the Aria ALL THE TIME!!!! We came for my 70th birthday.........we LOVE the Aria and have eaten at The Pub for years when it was a Todd English establishment. We absolutely loved eating there.....then, it was NOT a Todd English restaurant....but just THE PUB. We thought....’it is connected to the Aria, so I’m SURE it hasn’t really changed!’ Well, unfortunately, we were WRONG! We ordered calamari for an appetizer....mind you , there were FOUR of us.....the calamari came and there was literally 5 pieces of calamari!!!!!!! The entire bottom of the container were CRUMBS from the breading!!!!! I commented on this to our waiter....he didn’t seem to think there was a problem. We said he should make note to the chef as we were very disappointed. Nothing was done! My husband had the chili and said it was SOOOOO salty, he could barely eat it. Unfortunate, the consensus among the 4 of us was......that was the last time we will spend money at the Pub! Sorry....you just lost 4 customers. 😡
Overall really good. Service was a little slow.
Loud but fun place with an incredible drinks menu and great pub food. Would have given it 5 stars on food but our aged steak had an enormous amount of trimming required. The butcher for all three of ours should be fired. Under all of the fat and gristle were well cooked and flavorful steaks though.
A little loud
We loved the atmosphere and food. Our waitress was very friendly and informative. The food was prepared well and came in a timely manner. All of our entrees were delicious and everyone agreed we would definitely come there again.
Big portions, good service.
We went during happy hour and sat in the front area which is quite dark. It took quite awhile for the servers to find us and after waiting for a long time we were served and it service was solid from that point. Very good value at Happy Hour.
We were looked after by Ashley and she was a fantastic server warm and friendly knowledgeable and courteous.
Great food and service! We are not meat eaters so it was great to find that they had the Impossible Burger.
Overall it was just ok... service was good, burger was good but pasta was not. Found the restaurant cold.
We expected a pub but this was more like a giant food court, the wait staff wore hoodies, very strange. Took long time to be seated the hostess was rude. Staff was rude, we left. Nothing on happy hour menu like wings, or anything you’d normally find at happy hours. Kinda pricey and just seemed more like a cafeteria then a pub. Very bright lighting, expected it to be more dimly lit and properly themed with the name. So bluck and nope for me.
Awesome variety and choices. The bloody Mary’s were awesome
Food was good- waited for food for an hour for burgers and chicken sandwich. They were good but too long of a wait.
I sought out the Pub at the Aria based on a recommendation from a family member on an earlier Las Vegas trip. They were impressed by the onion rings - and they were indeed great. I was in a group of five looking for a place to eat after an arduous hike at Havasu Falls. We arrived an hour early to sit at the bar and watch the Saints - Red Skins game while we drank something good. Our hostess said she would see if she could find us a table with a view so we could be ready to dine also. We loved that she took the trouble. Our drinks were tasty; I had The Pub Sour - delicious and potent. I ordered the Bone-In Pork Chop as my entree; I thoroughly enjoyed it. The rest of my party enjoyed themselves too, and the Saints won. Our waitress was pleasant and competent, as were the rest of the staff. Noise level was a bit high, but not unpleasant. We had a good experience and would go again and also will recommend The Pub to friends and family.
The Pub is a nice place to go if you are looking for dinner and watching sports. The value is actually pretty good for Las Vegas. The food is not a 5, but definitely a 4.5.
We waited over an hour for our food. Our server was very sweet but she was just overwhelmed and the kitchen was ZERO help. We were attending a conference and we missed the entire after lunch session. Would not go to The Pub again. Food was overpriced and not hot.
The food was amazing! They had a great selection of US and imported beers and their food portion sizes were perfect. The food was delicious - I highly recommend fried pickles, but it's a large portion so share it with someone. At the time we went, it wasn't very crowded so we could actually talk, but I'd imagine with the space they have it could get pretty loud in there.
My mashed potatoes came out of a box and the burger patty was dry and on the small side.
We ate at the Pub several times when it was a Todd English restaurant and loved it each visit. The last two, the Todd English reference was removed and the food was less pleasing. This trip, no one in our party thought their meal was even marginally acceptable. I asked the manager about the apparent changes in the cuisine and her remark was that MGM had "bought out" Todd English. The wines were low quality but the prices were higher than warranted. The beers were OK...is that an oxymoron?
Great place. Best Cobb Salad. Shishito peppers were fantastic!
Donna was a great server! Very pleasant. We'll be back.
Didn’t realize Todd English had parted ways with PUB. The quality shows a significant downhill slide. Disappointed.
We dropped into The Pub at Aria before going to a concert at T-Mobile Arena. It's a little hidden, so it's not the easiest to find, but the food was great, our server was appropriately attentive, and we had a great time. We went early evening, so it wasn't too crowded, but I can imagine it can be quite boisterous later at night.
You got to try the fried mozzarella. It's not the typical one... It's amazing
Music sounded great but was a little too loud for dinner service
This used to be Todd English Pub, but no more! The food is now mediocre at best!
Great food, atmosphere, and service. Tried the fried pickles and they were tasty. Beer on tap was excellent. Friendly and fast service. Will definitely be going back next line we’re in Vegas.