Celebrating Nevada’s sesquicentennial: What’s your favorite Nevada restaurant?

For every month leading up to Nevada’s 150th birthday (Oct. 31, 2014), we’ll post one Nevada- or birthday-themed question along with responses from every Imagine team member. This month is a Nevada food question. (We love food.) Please join us as we think about our favorite places to eat. And if you’d like, please tell us yours!

Melissa Biernacinski serves as Director of Media Relations for Imagine Communications.

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What’s your favorite Nevada restaurant?

Hugo’s Cellar (in the basement of the Four Queens).” –Brian

Settebello.” –Alex

Macayo and Casa Don Juan.” –Tiffannie

“I am not sure if it’s exclusive to Nevada, but I have many fond memories of eating delicious food from Roberto’s Taco Shop.” –Megan

Lucille’s.” –Gail

Miguel’s in Reno.” –Donna

“Southwest Diner has a great atmosphere, and some delicious food. You can find this restaurant on Nevada Hwy. in Boulder City.” –Julie

“Lotus of Siam.” –Nadia

“One of my current favorites is Thai Thai, a family-owned Thai restaurant by our office. Everyone there is super nice, the food is good and they aren’t sparing with their rice. I’m also a big fan of Lazy Joe’s Fish & Chips, which boasts an almost entirely gluten-free menu.” –Melissa

“The Palm in Ceasars.” –Jim

Black Bear Diner.” –Cynthia

Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza.” –Diana

“I’m not really sure if there are any Nevada-specific restaurants out there, but Las Vegas is full of unique restaurants that can’t be found anywhere else.” –Tamara

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