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Reviewed December 30, 2020

We were in town to celebrate my husband's 50th birthday. I wanted something special and intimate. After my google search and speaking to other fine dining eateries on the LV strip, 7th and Carson, won my business. The owner, Liam, is so accommodating, flexible, and...works with your budget. My request was for an outdoor dining experience, in light of Covid. The outdoor patio was intimate and just what I wanted for this special birthday celebration of very close friends and family. The food is simply delicious from the appetizers and cocktails to the mouthwatering entrees and flavorful dessert. You simply don't want to miss eating at this local, downtown favorite! We will return. We had a most memorable night at 7th and Carson! J.Holmes--from Dallas TX areaMore

Date of visit: December 2020
Reviewed November 22, 2020

We live in Henderson, and have dined here 5 or 6 times since June. They have managed to handle the ongoing issues due to Covid and local unrest really well... and they have great food. They have lots of outdoor dining... they have spaced the...tables inside. Staff are careful and attentive... and the owner, Ian is about, owning his place. Ian is Irish, and it shows in his food, but doesn't dominate. It is great for either brunch, lunch or dinner... I had "done" the Irish Breakfast, today my wife had he fish and chips. They have a full bar, but also do beer and wine based cocktails. It is one of a cluster of good restaurants near Fremont street, which don't feel like Fremont Street, including Carson Kitchen, and Atomic Kitchen or even the places at Ferguson's. The .99 shrimp cocktail seems to have been dropped from the menu... a minor loss. Again, the food is good... the staff attentive, the owner always about as a good Irish publican should be... We will return again...More

Date of visit: November 2020
Reviewed June 15, 2020 via mobile

I was very pleased with my decision to dine at this quaint little spot on a quiet downtown corner. Their jambalaya and short rib entrees were tasty and perfectly executed. The weirdest thing about 7th & Carson is that they offer a 99 cent shrimp...cocktail with an entree purchase. Although the option is obviously paying homage to the history of the city with its shrimp cocktail for under a dollar, it is a curious choice. But as the reviews were praiseworthy, I had to try it. It was a tasty starter, and kitschy enough to get people like myself talking about it.More

Date of visit: June 2020
Reviewed June 2, 2020 via mobile

It’s been a while since we’ve been to 7th and Carson, but this last week we went 3 times. Sit in the back patio, it’s cool and you will not think your in Vegas. The Burger is excellent as well as great crispy fish and...chips. Today however was a full Irish breakfast. Best Breakfast by far in the downtown area. It’s a classic massive meal. Even if you were here a year ago, try it again, the menu is just perfect for the area.More

Date of visit: June 2020
Reviewed March 3, 2020 via mobile

I am a Las Vegas resident who had a Sunday brunch at this place Recently. I am familiar with the other restaurants downtown but this one was a new one for me. From the moment we walked in we were greeted multiple times which was...nice. There were only three other people at the bar in the Entire place was empty. We decided to sit at the bar. We started off with a couple of cocktails that were super yummy And we order the perfect burger which was very juicy and tasty as well as the chicken and waffles which has some of the best dipping sauce around! The syrup is like brown sugar, syrup and hot sauce all mixed into one. I was very surprised that I really enjoyed it. We also ended our meal with a banofee pie Which was very good with bananas whipped cream caramel and a tart underneath. This place has an ample amount of TVs available just in case the game is on and it is very clean and welcoming. I definitely plan on visiting this place again very soon. This place is a must for brunch lovers!More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed December 3, 2019

I searched high and low for an intimate and cozy spot for our wedding reception party of 30. Did 7th and Carson ever deliver. Liam and his staff WOWed us from beginning to end. All 30 guests were impressed with the food and the service....Everyone in attendance continues to speak highly of 7th and Carson. I would highly recommend this establishment for a quiet lunch or dinner. You won't be disappointed.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed November 11, 2019 via mobile

The bacon lettuce tomato and avocado was outrageously sized and delicious. The roast beef on a pretzel bun sandwich was fantastic. Wonderful service. All items were fresh and prepared well. Yum Yum I highly recommend this establishment.

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed November 5, 2019

Only familiar with Chef Samuel DeMarco's cuisine from a 2012 visit to First Food & Bar it was a big surprise when 7th & Carson announced DeMarco's semi-permanent pop-up, and on Friday night an all new menu showed signs of good thing happening with more...on the way per owner Liam Dwyer. Known as Sammy D to fans and friends, the former Chef behind Strip-favorites since 1998 officially returning to the local culinary scene after several years overseas on September 15th, it is inside the two-year-old Restaurant described as “a nice little drinking spot with really great Food” that guests will find items built to please along with service that is exceptional from entry to exit. Centered around a large wood-burning oven, plus patterned tables telling a story of Mr. Dwyer’s Irish upbringing, it is with full view of both kitchen and bar that diners are enticed by sections titled “Get It Started,” “Bigger Plates,” “F.T.T.” and “Sam-wiches,” each with items well-suited to Omnivores as well as Vegetarians. Said by Liam to be a Chef with the “unique ability to turn any Ingredients into something special,” it was after perusal of several options that the decision was made to dine in three courses, 7th & Carson’s riff on a Bee’s Knees a remnant of the past that pairs well with both Sammy’s grilled Cauliflower brightened by Citrus as well as juicy Turkey Meatballs that taste like Thanksgiving has arrived early in dtlv. Rethinking Chef Gregg’s Oxtail Toast as Poutine, hand-cut Fries holding up well to squeaky Curds and rich Gravy even after adding a runny Egg, course two consisted of two Sam-wiches and two sides, the latter basic but enjoyable while both “Big Dipper” and DeMarco’s “BLTA XXL” come in sharable size with good Ingredients and big flavors. Quiet early but busy by 7:00pm, almost every table graced by “Puff Daddy” Bread that has been a 7th & Carson signature since day one, it was sated but not stuffed that all three Desserts were requested, Panna Cotta shots smooth and creamy but not in the same league as Momo’s Warm Chocolate Brownie with intense Coffee Ice Cream or Brioche Bread Pudding studded with White Chocolate and Hazelnuts beneath pure Maple Syrup and a melting scoop of Vanilla. FOUR STARS: Just as Fremont East has been in an ongoing transition to become the hub of downtown Las Vegas, 7th & Carson is currently best witnessed as an evolution from one Chef to the next while both setting and service remain amongst the best Off-strip.More

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed October 14, 2019 via mobile

A quaint restaurant with outdoor seating steps away from the Fremont Experience. The decor reminds me of a restaurant you might see in New York City. One of the members of my dining party had just performed in the touring production of Wicked at the...Smith Center and had not seen this section of Vegas. 7th & Carson was listed as a sponsor in the Playbill and we wanted to support the Arts. A very eclectic menu, everyone had something delicious with a beautiful plate presentation. Turkey meatballs, chicken parmigiana salad and pizza are my recommendations. A nice change from the neon and bright lightsMore

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed September 23, 2019 via mobile

Burgers, salad, sandwiches, poutine - who could ask for more? The burgers were recommended by staff and the people who hate them were completely satisfied. The peach and arugula salad was amazing.

Date of visit: September 2019
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