Months just after the pandemic closed its doorways, bowling alley and reside songs venue Brooklyn Bowl is back in enterprise at The Linq. And, for diners not getting in a show, a DJ established, or bowling, the reopening also usually means the return of Eric and Bruce Bromberg’s Blue Ribbon cafe and its fried rooster.
The restaurant’s famed fried rooster is served as platters accompanied by white bread and honey or as dinners served with mashed potatoes and collard greens. The first Blue Ribbon menu is back, too, featuring pork and rooster sliders, jumbo sandwiches, French bread pizza, and entrees, like Cajun catfish, blackened Atlantic salmon, pulled pork, and chili-rubbed rib-eye steak.
Open up each day at 5 p.m., people can when again sit in the bustling, dark wood dining room, or buy food from the comfort and ease of the leather Chesterfield sofas in 1 of the lounges.
The Brombergs however operate two other spots on the Strip — the informal Blue Ribbon Fried Hen at the Grand Bazaar stores and the upscale Blue Ribbon cafe at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. They also individual Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill at the Purple Rock Resort.