Triple 7 Restaurant & Brewery
Member Reviews (5)
- Triple 7 Restaurant & BreweryMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersFoodies+ 2Feb 20, 2013
I liked the beer and the Mediterranean chicken sandwich but neither were something to write home about. Also the mixture of 1920s brewery with modern sportsbar and sushi didn't quite work for me.
- Triple 7 Restaurant & BreweryJul 05, 2012
Come here for happy hour. I believe it's weekdays from 3-6. I was lucky enough to make it down here despite the weekend traffic and stopping by Mirage for a quick conference this past Friday. Once here, if you were by yourself like I was, you will be fortunate enough to just hop to the bar, watch the NBA playoffs on the flat screens, have a beer in hand, and converse with the locals.
What do you order here during happy hour?
THE BREWMASTER SPECIAL.-I had a porter this time, which I might add, is something I usually do not drink. Folks, it was only $2 for a 16 oz. of handcrafter goodness and it was sweet and easy going down. Yes, I had more than one and note, you cannot get this flavor at the tables while you're playing. I usually get the pale ale here, that is my favorite!
An order of hotwings-These aren't the best I've had but it's pretty damn good for sharing or if you're a pig like me, just eat it yourself and it'll set you back only $4.25.
An order of oysters-They are your normal oysters, nothing too special, though they are sweet and it is cleaned through well. 6 pcs are only $7.50. Comes with the cocktail sauce and horseradish.
These prices reflect only during happy hour. I have to say, this past Friday, I was really happy in less than an hour.
- Triple 7 Restaurant & BreweryMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11First to ReviewJul 05, 2012
Main Street Station is old Las Vegas, on the older North Strip, closer to downtown than the newer South Strip, closer to the airport.
This area of Las Vegas is like Reno. A little grungier (because the courthouse and jail are nearby), but unpretentious, with a lot of older regulars, and Hawaiians flown in from the Islands at Main Street, or the Califronia Hotel. The Main Street Station Casino is like an old western train station, with dark hardwoods and antique stylings. There is even an old Pullman Rail car museum for the public. But the people are friendly and don't always have their hand out waiting for a tip like other glitzier South Strip hotels.
The 777 Brew Pub is an open room with TVs and tables that you might find in a mid size town in the west. It is lively and has a comfortable, casual feel. Now believe it or not, they serve sushi here! Yes, and they have a sushi chef in one corner making it for all to see.
The food and beverages are decent, the prices are reasonable, and the place is nice for relaxation. If you want to be "seen" this is not the place for you. If you want to enjoy company with reasonable food and drink in a relaxed atmosphere, then drop by.