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Triple 7 Restaurant and Brewery

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3.77/5
Based on:
10 Beers
150 Ratings
Place Score: 87
Ratings: 73
Reviews: 53
rAvg: 3.84
pDev: n/a
Taps: 5
Bottles: 10
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

200 N Main St
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89101-2910
United States
phone: (702) 387-1896

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Place added by: Todd

Located in the Main Street Station Casino.
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Reviews by beerwolf77:
Photo of beerwolf77
4.15/5  rDev +8.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

We stopped in here while hanging out on Freemont street on Saturday.

When we walked in the place was about half full but seemed rather active and boisterus. The bar to the right was dark so we staked out a couple chairs at the bsr on the opposite side. We were greeted by a rather ho hum bartender who seemed uninterested. We ordered the flight and went to work.

The beers were all pretty good. We found our favorites and ordered a round. At this point another bartender took over our spot and that's when things improved. He was super enthusiastic and knowledgable about all the beer and food selections. We were curious about the Belgian quad "Monique" so he gave us a taste and it was good but not what were in the mood for so we passed.

We perused the food menu and asked our friendly barkeep gave us some suggestions and we ordered. We were very impressed. The food was fantastic.

Overall this is one of the best values in vegas. The food and beer are really good and you can't beat the prices. $3.25 for a pint of craft beer is stupid cheap no matter where you are.

I will make this a regular stop for now on when in sin city.

More User Reviews:
Photo of boszormeny
3.41/5  rDev -11.2%
vibe: 3.25 | quality: 3.75 | service: 3 | selection: 3.25 | food: 4

Ended up searching a bit for this place, but was worth it. Just outside of Glitter Gulch, but surprising how busy it got. We arrived just before the dinner rush, and it was quickly lined up 30-40 people. The beers were delicious and decent selection. They had a lager, that I felt was average, but a great idea for a microbrewery, as I find non beer people often don't enjoy the offerings. As I continued up the flight into the darker and more flavorful beers they got better. Stout was my favorite of the night and the food was excellent. Service was lacking a little and could have sold me an extra pint or two had the waitress been more attentive, but still would recommend this place to any beer fans visiting Vegas

Photo of amightywind
3.89/5  rDev +1.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.25 | food: 3.5

The best place to enjoy beer in the down town area. The restaurant is a large, with Vegas/Victorianesque and glass decor. Large and comfortable with lots of TVs. A great place to linger to avoid gambling losses. They always have a great selection of fresh brews. On my last visit they had a Vanilla/Blueberry Hefeweisen. A purist would would turn up his nose, but the strength of American breweries is their willingness to experiment. The banana of the hefe was complimented nicely by the sweet nose of vanilla and gentle tang of blueberry. I loved it..all four! I also had the Hawaiian burger, a popular item given that some many visitors to the Main Street Casino are from Hawaii.

Photo of VegasBill
3.83/5  rDev -0.3%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Was in downtown Vegas last week and realized that I had not been in the Triple 7 for years and I live in Vegas and I dont do enough Vegas reviews.I dont care for the atmosphere here, to many bright light signs on the walls distract from a otherwise pleasant atmosphere.
They have a new IPA called I guess V.I.P.A. and it is hoppy even for a hophead like me.
I remember from the past they had a great chili made with black beans and steak chunks, they still have it and it is as good as it was before. I also had a oyster shooter and they are really fresh so I had two more.The service was very good also. I heard two people talking and they said at the casino bar the micros are 1.75, dont know if thats true just heard them.I really enjoyed this pub and when I am in downtown again I will return

Photo of IPALOVR
3.58/5  rDev -6.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3 | food: 3.5

Located in the Main Street Station casino Down town Las Vegas. Smokey walk through the casino to the brew pub. Service is pretty good. The servers know nothing about beer but that's ok. Their standard selection is average with nothing really standing out as excellent but some of their brew master specials are pretty good. They just started a new IPA tap that I guess will have a regular rotating IPA on so that will be a welcome addition to thei regular selection. They have cheap growler fills also. If you just want to taste some of their regular brews they are cheaper at the main bar but you have to deal with the smokers.

Photo of RJLarse
3.88/5  rDev +1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

We stopped at 777 for a late lunch one afternoon.

The brew pub is a large space off the casino. It iis clean and smoke free. The decor is an old time train station motif.

Quality is pretty good. 777 brews on tap. I did not see any guest taps.

Service was very good. Not busy in mid afternoon.

Selection included 6 craft handles and a handful of macro bottles. Full bar.

Food was good full menu sandwiches to steaks.

Value was very good especially for Las Vegas. Under $3.25 per pint $2 at happy hour.

A great place to go in downtown Vegas.

Photo of armock
3.88/5  rDev +1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Atmosphere - In the Main Street Casino which has its own personality. When you enter the restaurant theres two bars on the left and right walls a a bunch of tables in the middle. The glass wall along the back guards the rather large brewery for a brewpub. The different groups sitting at the bar during my visit seemed like locals for the most part.

Quality/Selection - They have five house beers on tap ranging from a wheat ale to a porter. Kinda respect them for not making a macro clone forcing people to try something new if they want draft beer. The beers ranged from average to good.

Service - The bartender on my visit was great friendly and quick with the orders. Can't really ask for more than that.

Food - The only food I got during my visit was a bucket of shrimp for $8. The shrimps were deveined and didn't get me sick so thats a win. The food that others were getting around me looked and smelled good so this seems like a good place to get a meal.

Overall if your near Freemont Street do yourself a favor and stop on in for some beers and tasty food.

Photo of Tchuck
3.41/5  rDev -11.2%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3

Stopped by yesterday while I was in the Fremont Street area. Had the beer sampler (6 five oz. pours), and a pint of the dunkel, my second favorite of the bunch. I enjoyed the barleywine best, but having more of that after the sampler would have resulted in me getting rolled at some point, or forgetting how to get back via the bus.

In ascending order of my opinion of them, they were: the golden, the amber lager, the pale ale, the stout, the dunkel, and the barleywine.
The beers are solid, but not spectacular. All beers came as advertised. Of note was the prices: I got the sampler and pint, and I think the bill came to < $9.

The atmosphere was a casino restaurant--you either like it, don't like it, or are indifferent towards it. Service was attentive and friendly, not necessarily beer-knowledgeable, but commensurate with the level of the beer.

Worth going to if you are going to be in the area, and the area is worth going to if you're a Vegas newbie (like I was).

Photo of BlackHaddock
4.13/5  rDev +7.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3 | food: 5

My wife and I stayed 3 nights at the Main Street Station because of the brewery and really enjoyed the whole experience.

Five beers from the brewery on tap, all at $4.50 a pint, four of which are available at the casino bar at $1.50 a pint. The seasonal only available at the brewery restaurant. The two barstaff members we encounted were both fine, a male from Talin (Estonia) and a young lady from Hungary. Both knew the beers and chatted when the time allowed, we sat at the bar on our two visits, so didn't have to queue to get in each time. I didn't ask about bottled beers and don't remember seeing any mentioned on the menu or seeing any on shelves either, but they may stock some.

We had some lovelly food, my wife had a Portobello Mushroom Burger and I had some sort of Mexican Quesadillas. We stayed on the bar so didn't venture over to the Cold Fish area (Sushi bar), so can't comment on that part of the well lit, well appointed modern room which is overlooked by the breweries fermenters and some sports screens behind the bars.

We were later to discover that $4.50 a pint is cheap for LV and that $1.50 is a real bargin. So a big thums up to Downtown (where the hotels are all paid for) and the 777 Brewery in particular, and a big thums down for the 'Strip' (where the resorts owe millions) and their stupid beer prices.

I can also recommend the weekend 'Champagne Brunch' great value and they don't hang back with the sparkling stuff. Even if it was only a 9% ABV Californian version!

Photo of foamee
3.7/5  rDev -3.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5

The Triple 7 brewpub is located in the Main Street Station hotel in downtown Las Vegas. The brewpub itself is in a quite a large room with a long bar on either side, and pehaps 50 tables in the center, and a shuisi bar along the back. The large brewing operation is glassed in at the back. They serve 5 year round beers as well as two seasonals. The beers are tasty and true to style. Though large, the brewpub bar feels quite comfortable. A pint costs $3.25, or one can go to the casino bar and get one for a buck and a half.

Photo of jeranbrews
3.75/5  rDev -2.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Visited 1/05/10

This is the restaurant inside the Main Street Station Casino in downtown Vegas. Where you can buy all the advertised beers of the Microbrewery for twice the price of the gambling floor, plus a few more that aren't advertised called the "reserve beers"

If you just want to try the basic four, get the from the casino floor for $1.50 or free if you gamble.

If you visit this restaurant make sure to try at least one or two for the seasonal "reserve beers". I was quite suprised.

Atmosphere is that of a single large 80-120 seating room with about 6 large screen TVs showing the ball games of the night. There is a large glass wall where you can see copper brewing kettles.

The service is average, maybe a little below average considering it's Vegas.

Selection was nice. About 5 regular beers and 2 or 3 seasonal / rotational ones.

The food I had was pretty good. One of the house specialties involves chili (like the kind that comes in a $.80 can) but they make theirs with sirloin and black beans. Hmm. Other heart killers like "deep fried cheesecake" were also on the menu.

Prices were not too bad. They want at least $3 for the beer in the restaurant that you can get just outside for $0-$1.50 that bothered me a bit, but whatever.

All in all not bad if you need a place to take the fat wife while you watch the game and rate beers.

Photo of Wutz
3.98/5  rDev +3.6%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Visited on November 5, 2009:

This was the last beer-centric place I visited on my honeymoon.

The lady had a burger of some sort and I had a veggie burger. Mine was really good, the lady said hers was pretty good as well.

I had the "Monique" Belgian-style quad with the burger. It was excellent. Sweet with lots of dark fruits, a little boozy (but not too much), some good yeast character, and great mouthfeel. I think the wife had a hefeweizen (that's what she typically drinks but I didn't write it down). I didn't take notes on it (because I didn't want to drink all of her beer) but I remember it being pretty tasty.

Oddly enough, our waitress was Monique. The head brewer brewed the quad for her because she had a quad somewhere else and was talking about that specific style of beer one day. The brewer decided he'd try to brew one, and since it turned out well, he named it after her. She was right on top of everything and the cooks got our food out pretty quickly.

The beer selection was a little soft, but, taking into consideration that they're brewing their own beer their selection was fine. I didn't check on the bottle list but I'm sure there are a few more conservative beer selections available.

I was surprised at how cheap the prices were. I think my 12oz pour of Monique was $4 or $4.50 and the burgers were relatively cheap as well.

Overall, it was a really good beer/food experience. It wasn't upscale or fancy in any way, but the food was good and the beer was even better.

Photo of flexabull
3.93/5  rDev +2.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Nice large brewpub in the middle of the Main Street Station Casino. Lots of room, a couple of bars, and tons of TVs.

Quality is good. I enjoyed both a nicely hopped pale, and a tasty porter.

Service was fine. Our server forgot my dads beer, but we did have a large party and she was quite busy so no worries.

Selection is a little on the weak side, I think they had only 5 or 6 on tap. But as mentioned prior, the two I had were tasty.

Food is solid pub grub.

Prices are very fair, and you gotta love that you can get drafts from the brewpub while gambling on the casino floor. Nice! I'll be back the next time I'm in Vegas.

Photo of Mel61
4/5  rDev +4.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5

I like this bar. Only 5 or six beers are available on tap and of ok quality, but the place has a nice vibe and the service is excellent.

We visited on a busy Saturday afternoon and was amazed at how quick the one guy serving behind the bar served everyone with drink and food and even took the cocktail waitresses orders!
Many bar staff over here would certainly not be able to provide this level of service.

Tried the 5 beer sampler which was good value at $5.50. I was hoping it would be happy hour, but didn't seem to be so, perhaps because it was Saturday.

Be careful when leaving the bar though as we were accosted by a vagarant outside, which apparently is relatively common in downtown Vegas!

Photo of JBogan
4/5  rDev +4.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5

My first stop on a rare downtown excursion.

The bar is located in the far left rear portion of the Main Street Station casino. After entering the large room you get a pleasant feeling of being totally removed from the casino, and to an extent Las Vegas.

The bar is in a large room, nicely decorated with lots of wood and subdued lighting. Tables for dining take up most of the room, and the bar itself it located on the far left wall of the room. The bar actually is quite large and takes up the entire left wall. It's made of dark wood and offers about 25 stools to sit on, drink and watch a game on the screens located against the wall.

I sat down at the bar and within seconds was shown a menu by the young bartender with all the available house beers. I chose the 5 beer sampler which was $5.50. The glasses were quite large for a sampler, probably twice as large as the sampler glasses I had a little while later down the street at the Chicago Brewpub outlet. The beers themselves were all pretty good but not outstanding. The bartender even mentioned a special Belgian style quad which wasn't in the sampler, but without me even asking he poured a small glass and gave it to me. A really nice gesture, and the beer itself was probably the best of the six I ended up trying.

I had eaten shortly before going here so can't vouch for the food, but it looked good and the menu had a nice selection of appetizers as well as entrees.

All in all this was an enjoyable experience. A nice room, decent beer, reasonable pricing and excellent service makes it certainly worth a stop if you're in the downtown (Fremont St) area.

Photo of Boozebrewer
4/5  rDev +4.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

777 is a mainstay for us on every visit to Vegas, since we stay at the Golden Nugget, a two-block walk away.

Most of the previous reviews here are still applicable, except I will add that they had a wonderful Belgian Quad on tap, named "Monique," which was one of the best I've tasted. Plenty of raisin, dried plum and malt taste, with a somewhat subdued alcohol burn. The only real criticism I have is that they, like most breweries, serve their beers too cold. That, however, can be solved by cupping your hands around the goblet for a few minutes, warming the beer in order to more enjoy the taste.

Photo of Gabetax
3.75/5  rDev -2.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Food was typical pub/vegas fare without being too pricey: burgers, pizzas, quesadillas, prime rib ($8), garlic fries, sushi, etc. However, I was extremely pleased to see they had oysters, both topped with goodies and raw on the half shell. They were fresh, good quality, and not too pricey (around $14 for a half dozen) -- about what I would expect out of a bar in a coastal city, and not the middle of the desert. I probably would have rated the food a 3 if not for the oysters -- they just pair with beer too well.

They had a decent selection of BOP beers that you could get in a sampler for around $6, including a Pale, Golden, Red Lager, Porter (went well with the oysters), and a seasonal. The seasonal this August was a Mango Cream ale, which had a much stronger mango flavor than what I was expecting (I suspect they were using an extract as opposed to fermenting the fruit itself, not that there's anything wrong with that). All of the beers on the sampler were respectable and to-style, but not particularly memorable or distinctive. Also, off the sampler, they had a Belgian IPA as a separate seasonal. They gave free tastes of the Belgian IPA, and compared to the beers on the sampler, it actually was quite assertive and warranted its own pint.

Service was basically invisible. We hardly saw our waitress, and after quietly taking our order she disappeared again.

Overall, worth going to if you're already at Freemont, but I wouldn't make a trip just to go here. Do get the sampler, and get a dozen oysters if that's your scene.

Photo of morebeergood
3.94/5  rDev +2.6%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

After making my way down Fremont, hooked a right and made my way into the Main Street Casino. I liked what I saw inside Triple 7. Very large brewpub, plenty of table seating, very long bar. Lots of wood, and all the brew tanks up the back behind glass. Only one bartender, but he was friendly and quick. They had five standard beer on tap, and two on special, so I went with the specialty brews. First I had the Brewmaster's Reserve Barleywine. Served in a snifter. Very nice tasting barleywine, better than I expected. Then I saw the bill: $2.95. Score! Potent and cheap - what I like for sure. Their other new beer was a Blonde Ale. I went with the 20 oz pour + souvenir pint glass thrown in for $5.95. Pretty smooth and easy drinking beer. I wish that I didn't just eat at Chicago Brewing Co at the Four Queens. The food looked better here, and the beers was definitely of a higher quality here at Triple 7. This is surely the place for a BA to stop if checking out Fremont.

Photo of frazbri
3.23/5  rDev -15.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 3 | food: 4

The Triple 7 Restaurant and Brewery is located in the Main Street Station Casino. The Casino has a victorian era railroad station themed interior. The 777 continues along that theme. It's one wide open room. The bar is located along the left wall, and the rest of the area is the dining room.

The food menu is an extensive mix of american pub food along with sushi. Our group ordered a pretty wide range of items, and all were at least decent. The fish and chips were probably the best liked of the meals at our table.

777 has about a half-dozen beers on tap. Most of the choices are on the more accessible side of the spectrum. The brewmaster's reserve was a barleywine that sounded good, but I passed for more sessionable fare. The pale ale I drank was solid with a nice bitter kick.

The service wasn't too swift. We started at the bar, and it took a while to get a beer. (I didn't actually get my beer until we were at a table.) Our server was friendly, but there was some confusion on whose section we were in at the beginning. Once our orders were placed service was good.

I'd definitely give the 777 another try. It's one of the better downtown options.

Photo of hellomcfly
4/5  rDev +4.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

This place is located inside the Main Street Station hotel/casino. It's a large place with bars on either side of the room. Their standard line up include a pale ale, red lager, porter, and a high roller gold which I'm guessing is kind of like bmc. I've had the pale ale and the porter which were both decent but their best offerings are their brewmaster reserve beers which are like their rotating seasonals. I've had their DIPA (though I had a cold at the time) and a dunkelweizen. The DIPA seemed good though I couldn't taste much. I had a good bill of health for the dunkelweizen and it was quite tasty. I hear they have a black cherry stout sometimes that is supposed to be great.

Atmosphere is pretty good. There are two nice dark wood bars on either side of the spacious area and several tv's around. Bars looks to be fully stocked to make just about whatever you could imagine.

Food was good and prices were fair. They offer sushi which is better than one would expect. There is a sushi bar in the corner of the room.

Photo of PorterLambic
4.2/5  rDev +9.4%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Inside the Main St. Casino downtown Vegas.

Sports bar atmosphere with lots of TV's and big copper tanks visible from everywhere.
Numerous award banners around (beer awards). Hammered copper ceiling with lots of black fans hanging from the 20' ceiling. Nice industrial look with black I-beams and brick walls.

Very attentive staff, Debbie in particular was great!!! The place was full at 8 p.m. on Wednesday. service was quick and friendly.

Full liquor bar is no surprise.

Had the flight and will review separately.

Fish batter was absolutely great with their brew in it. The best I've had in a long time.

Photo of BeerBelcher
2.23/5  rDev -41.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 2 | service: 2 | selection: 2.5 | food: 1.5

For Vegas, this place is a bargain with $3.75 pints (versus $6 for a bottle of cheap beer on the Strip). However, the beers I had were just above average and the food suffers from the nobody-in-the-kitchen-gives-a-damn attitude that I found in quite a few Vegas restaurants, both on and off and the Strip.

This recent trip was my 5th to Vegas, although I'd never been to Triple 7, although I'd stayed nearby (at the Plaza) before. It was a lengthy cab-ride (about $22) from the Strip, where I stayed this time. Table service was slow. We ordered nachos as an appetizer, which arrived fully dressed (salsa, sour cream, guac) but with most of the cheese UN-melted. My wife sent them back, and rather than remaking them, they were re-fired under the broiler to a charred mess, additional salsa, sour cream, and guac were layered atop the grossly cooked first layer of the same mess, and they were brought back to our table. Our ribs were tough...I can make ribs at home that fall of the bone as can my mother-in-law who incinerates everything; why can't a restaurant?

Beers were OK (I tried three), but nothing to write home about. I get that Vegas is a craft beer waste-land, but that doesn't to me mean that we should elevate what is (at best) mediocrity to greatness. If you have to have a craft beer in Vegas, this is a good option, but otherwise I would recommend visiting your favorite bar at home before you leave and again upon your return rather than thinking you'll have a great craft beer experience here.

Photo of woodychandler
2.84/5  rDev -26%
vibe: 3 | quality: 2.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3

Located inside the Main Street Station complex, this was a monument to what can be accomplished with money (and lots of it). The entryway was across from the casino area and the m.d.s. was inside to the immediate right. The layout was a horseshoe shape with long, dark wood bars on either side with the kitchen in the left-center and a sushi/oyster bar in the right-center. The copper jacketed brewhouse was behind the sushi bar, along with four FVs. On the second floor, above the kitchen, were several more FVs.

Despite being hungry, I could not find much of interest on their menu and since I was planning to visit a few other places, I skipped the eating part. My initial server, Brandon, was a bit stand-offish, taking my order and then placing the sampler tray in front of me and walking away without any explanation. This was particularly galling since the "Special" was not identified as being any particular style. Fortunately, I was able to intuit the answer from their signage and one of his colleagues provided me the ABV.

Beers: High Roller Gold - 5.0; Marker Pale Ale - 5.6; Royal Red Lager - 4.5; Blackchip Porter - 4.3; and the Trip 7 Brewmaster Special: Mango Cream Ale - 5.0. All passable, but nothing to send a postcard home about.

Mom: Nah. She's not big on drinking or gambling and since I was not impressed with the food, that would be Strike Three.

Photo of charlzm
3.78/5  rDev -1.6%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

I visited this place back in March of 2005 and hadn't been back until this past weekend (May 10th-11th 2008).

It was exactly as I had remembered it:

- reasonably good microbrews at astonishingly low prices ($1.50 a pint!),
- pretty okay food (my party decided to stick with the pizza, but if you're into oysters or sushi, you can indulge yourself),
- an attractive physical space (lots of wood, a 15 barrel brass brewhouse visible behind glass, two long bars, an oyster bar and plenty of table seating),
- good service that's fairly fast and...
- oh yeah, they're in a pretty decent old school casino and hotel that I just happen to like to stay in when I travel to Vegas. So... no risk of DUI!

The only downer (for me) is the ubiquitous flat screen TVs showing ESPN everywhere you look. I think I saw the same basketball game and golf tournament for 16 hours straight that day, everywhere I went...

Worth a visit at least.

Photo of Dogbrick
3.55/5  rDev -7.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | food: 3.5

Triple 7 is located in the Main Street Station Casino on Main Street near the 515/I-15 interchange. They have some self-parking past the garage.

The brewpub is located not too far into the casino/hotel on the right side (check out the casino gift shop for Triple 7 glassware etc). The interior is bvery open and large, with bars on either side and seating in between. The brewing equipment is viewable from pretty much anywhere, and some of it is on the second floor. They have a nice ornamental ceiling and lots of ceiling fans, and pretty woodwork and mirrors behind the bar.

The beer selection is average. 777 has 5 house beers that you can get in a sampler for $4.95. Typically one of those is a seasonal. There are some bottles as well but they appeared to all be macros. The beers are of the Pils, Amber, Pale, Porter variety without anything pushing the envelope style or taste wise. The beers were all average overall.

Service was decent during dinner on a weekday. The bartender was knowledgeable about the beers and available to answer questions.

Due to a miscommunication, all I had to eat was a garlic bread appetizer (I meant to order cheesy garlic bread - who wouldn't want cheese?) and it was alright.

Overall this brewpub is better than the other Vegas casino/brewpubs I have visited in the past (Monte Carlo, Ellis Island). Smoking didn't seem to be as bad as other area brewpubs, and since the casino itself was outside the brewpub the gambling atmosphere does not really permeate a lot. I would probably visit again, if only to see if they had a more exciting seasonal.

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Triple 7 Restaurant and Brewery in Las Vegas, NV
87 out of 100 based on 73 ratings.