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About The Pub - Aria
Located inside The Shops at Crystals, just off the ARIA main lobby, The Pub offers guests an opportunity to sit back, relax and enjoy delicious food and drinks. Inspired by the traditional British pub, the menu features classic and new pub dishes to satisfy every craving. The Pub has an extensive selection of draft beers, from local brews to European classics, in addition to an array of wines and spirits including a special list of whiskies from around the world. Gather at The Pub to brunch together or catch a game, it’s the perfect spot for any occasion.
Las Vegas, NV 89158
Comfort Food, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday 11AM - 11PM
Saturday & Sunday 9AM - 11PM
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Valet & Self-Parking Available
For detailed information about parking at any MGM Resorts destination, please visit mgmresorts.com/parking
Jean Paul Labadie
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
TE P.U.B. is great for hosting birthday parties, bachelor/bachelorette parties, reunions, wedding rehearsals, business luncheons and many other events.
The Pub - Aria Ratings and Reviews
Disappointed! Booked reservations in October for Todd English’s Pub which we have eaten at several times only to find out that it was no longer the same restaurant. It changed December 31st. The menu is totally different. Food and service were quite a disappointment.
We went there for New Year's Eve dinner. Our plan was not having to get dressed up for dinner since we wanted to be outside at midnight and layers of clothing was suggested. We search Open Table for possible places we could make reservations and found many restaurants had a special meal or weren't taking reservations through Open Table.
We were forewarned by other reviewers that this was changing management. So we went there in the afternoon and were pleasantly surprised to see the new menu had shrimp cocktail (which my husband wanted) and comfort food - shepherd's pie. The shrimp were very large and the sauce was good. The shepherd's pie was more mashed potato than filling, but it was very delicious. We also had a variety of beers to choose from, which is what we wanted.
The service at the bar (where we started) was very friendly and our waitress at the table was very attentive. Considering that it was a holiday, we were pleased with the excellent service.
When I booked the reservation it was for Todd English. When we got there we found out that it was no longer Todd English but had been taken over by MGM resorts three days earlier and the menu had changed. The new menu was very limited. My sister ordered the shepherds pie, but apparently the beef for this was not ready and wouldn't be for at least an hour so she couldn't get it. Why would you not have the beef ready for one of the few dishes you have on the menu at the dinner hour. Also they put old bay seasoning on the fries, which thankfully the waitress told us before we ordered as I would not want that on my fries so at least I was able to order them with no seasoning. The waitress was very good in trying to answer our questions as we went there expecting a different restaurant and menu. It would have been nice to have been told about the change when I made the reservation.
Food was good. We were told Todd English would no longer be associated with the business and his name would be dropped at the end of the year. The menu will be altered. It would be run by MGM and only called the PUB. So going forward I will have review it again.
We went here Because we heard that they had to have best bloody Mary in all of Vegas. We were not disappointed. It was a little pricey but I must have at least once in your lifetime. I had the French toast with fresh berries which was delicious and my husband had the fish and chips but she enjoyed as well. Service was slow. The food came out before our drinks. And it took quite a while for us to get our check yet. It was a Sunday morning so we were not in the rush. I would recommend it for a weekend brunch
No problem getting a table for seven for Saturday brunch, which was nice, but perhaps I should have guessed why. There wasn't anything objectionable, per se, but none of our party were terribly happy with their food (one of my companions had a lobster roll which was mostly bread) and the food took a really long time (nearly an hour) to come out. The beer list is extensive and the servers had good knowledge of the beer and food options. I'd probably give it a miss, only because there are so many options in Vegas.
Computers were down all kegs were down. Had reservation sat us in very back against wall. They did move us and were nice. Drinks - martini no olives and hot. Beer in a can no glass or kegs. Not special and not worth money
The food is below average and the service extremely slow. Very disappointing and no news to spend time at this establishment while in Las Vegas. It is very disheartening that people have rated this restaurant so well as it is mediocre. Ratings like this make me question the value of open table stars.
Staff was friendly and my husband's eggs Benedict was great. However, the server brought my husband a second $14 beer before his glass was 1/2 empty and did not ask him if he would like another. We went there because I wanted to try the All about Mary Bloody Mary. When it came out the chicken wings were raw. The food that came with the Bloody Mary was not really even warm. It looked impressive but we will not be back and won't recommend to others.
This restaurant is inside a mall. It was not the Vegas scene we were looking for. Most every place was booked for a party of 8. This place on a Friday night was pretty empty. It was just quiet and secluded. Most everyone's food was good, nothing special. Service was fine. Prices were reasonable. Just did not have the Vegas vibe.
We ate here several years ago. At that time, they served popcorn or peanuts in the shell at the bar and all the dining tables. That is no longer true, unfortunately. They also used to have several types of carved meats (at least 8 varieties), including brisket. Now, they only offer prime rib, turkey, and pastrami. We were really disappointed, as we hoped for brisket. My friend ordered the fish and chips, they were out on a Monday evening at 8 p.m. My husband had the burger. It looked good, and tasted good, but the fries served with it were pretty large and fat, not the skinny fries we prefer (and the menu called frites). I had the NY steak with a side of peas and carrots. The veg looked like it came from a bag of frozen food. Pretty unimpressive. The steak was tender, but very thin. There was nothing else on the plate, just a steak and a bowl of veg. My friend had the lobster rolls, which looked good. Just a small bag of chips served with the rolls, for $29.