When we visit Downtown Las Vegas, we have always eaten at a fairly expensive casino restaurant. This time, we did a bit more research online and found 7th & Carson a couple of blocks away from the Fremont Experience.
We were not very hungry due to walking around in the heat (while not used to it), so chose two dishes to split.
The duckling pot pie was a fascinating construction of eight rounds of puff pastry with tender duck and gravy, baked in a cast iron pan. It was unusual and tasty.
The Downtown Dubliner Burger, with its whiskey onion bacon jam, caught our eye. It was a tasty burger, served topped with Dubliner cheese. It might have been better with a few fries, but then wouldn't have echoed the rest of the small plate menu.
We were full, but wanted something sweet and light. We ordered the salted butterscotch panna cotta with bourbon whipped cream. The top was brulee'd and the whole thing disappeared quickly.
The restaurant had both an inside dining room, with a view of the brick oven, and an outside patio (it was too hot for us).
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