Vintage Vegas: Bob Taylor's Ranch House


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Bob Taylor's Original Ranch House & Supper Club has been a Las Vegas establishment since 1955. In city known for implosions and unabashed rennovations and reinventions, that is serious longevity.

Miles away from the Strip it is a world a part from the Las Vegas of current popular lore. The experience at the Ranch House is vintage Vegas, channeling Southern Nevada's Old West roots. Situated in the Northwest of the Valley, it is all alone, nestled between neighborhoods and may seem out of place at first. However, the area used to be quite barren, with only the Ranch House gracing the desert floor. A considerable distance from the center of the Valley, it was a destination worth journeying to.

Today, the trip is still worth it. The Western-inspired atmosphere, old movie posters that adorn the walls, and the open mesquite grill create a cozy ambiance. As for the food, you can select from steaks (filet mignon, rib eye, New York, porterhouse, top sirloin), prime rib, rack of lamb, fresh seafood (shrimp, crab legs, lobster tail, often in combo with a steak), or chicken. All entrees come with the choice of soup or salad, garlic cheese bread, and one traditional steakhouse side dish (baked potato, rice pilaf, twice-baked potato, ranch potatoes, or veggies).

So for the steak and seafood lover's out there, if you want a taste of yesteryear when you are visiting Las Vegas, consider stopping by Bob Taylor's Ranch House. It's a place with a great atmosphere and good eats!

Address: 6250 Rio Vista St., Las Vegas, Nevada 89130

Directions: Take the 95 North, get off at Ann Road, turning right on Ann Road. Travel about 1/2 mile and then turn left on Rio Vista. The Ranch House will be on your right.

Phone: 702.645.1399

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