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Freakin' Frog

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Freakin' FrogFreakin' Frog
BA SCORE
92
outstanding

105 Ratings
Ratings: 105
Reviews: 99
rAvg: 4.1
pDev: 14.39%
Taps: 10
Bottles: 1,000
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Bar, Eatery ]

4700 S Maryland Pkwy
Ste 8
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89119-6318
United States
phone: (702) 597-9702
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Notes:
There is a small selection of fine wines (from a selection of about 300) on hand at any time. In addition to the beer and wine, upstairs is The Whisky Attic, which boasts "the biggest whisky selection in the country."

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Photo of TheLongBeachBum
3.95/5  rDev -3.7%

After writing some 375 BeerFlys, you would think that I would have become proficient at doing so by now, and that having included bars from the US, Canada, Brazil, England, France, Belgium, Czech Republic, Holland, Luxembourg, etc.……I would have seen most formulaic bars…..but NO, this place just stumped me, outright stumped me, what the Hell is it supposed to be? Listed as a Beer and Wine Café.

I don’t even know where to start here……except for the fact that according to all known demographics, existing formulæs, market research rules and experience dictates this place really shouldn’t exist.

First off, it felt like I was walking into a bloody Strip Joint, late at night the neon windows and strange painted frontage set in the quiet strip mall gave a seedy feel to the environs. Once inside, it wasn’t much better, mentally I couldn’t chill, for the cold interior doesn’t allow you to relax such is its Juxta-posed Salvador Dali reality. I was unsure if I was in someone’s front room with a home made bar installed or a frat house decorated to look like a kitchen or just a quick pastiche of some avid beer drinker’s garage with a bar theme and some Sofas…or…or…or what the freakin heck is it supposed to be. Partly utilitarian, part uncomfortable, part plain weird, this is most certainly not unwelcoming, but it is not homely either.

OK, took a stool at the bar, proceeded to investigate said line up of ten draft brews all on a single stainless steel bank located on the bar thingy. Hmmm, erm….half decent range which included Miller….but oh look…Alaskan Smoked Porter, yummy!!! I’ll take one of those please…..but wait what is this? I turn away to peruse the room and soak in the “atmosphere” and turn back to find…..my ASP served in a Chimay Goblet?? WTF??? Different I guess. Clever unique marketing?, distinctive differentiation?, or a sinister ploy to give you less beer for your buck but reward you with at least the fact that they do it in a nice way?? Not sure…but I prefer a Pint Glass so I was not impressed to be honest.

OK, strange start all round here...but not bad though....just weird...so I know….I’ll study the form of the bottled beer list…cool, over 300 bottles and a nice well thought out range indeed…..but oh my….a tad pricey, but this is Vegas I guess, you pay your money you take your choice, but there is no way I would like to even contemplate what a decent session would cost in here…..needless to say I didn’t bother finding out, stayed with the draft beers.

So I’ll just drink my Chimay Goblet of ASP and continue trying to psycho-analyze the surroundings and punters that drink here. Chatted to a couple of punters….eclectic and interesting people…then noticed that they were fixated on a flat screen above the bar / kitchen area. It was showing Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs….now this is a cool film, hey it has to be it has Harvey Keitel in it….but I’m wondering what function this served….except to kill conversation maybe….maybe not for we at least ended up talking about the film for a while with a couple of the locals. Was it really released in 1992?...geez I'm getting old.

Cheers to Jimbo (Mr.Pink) for agreeing to show me (Mr.White) the Freakin Frog. Would I recommend it to others? Hmmm, I would recommend that you try it once and make your own mind up. You threatening to cut my ear off and force me to give you an opinion right??…….erm OK…well I’m still trying to figure out just what the hell this place is supposed to be…I like it don’t get me wrong, but bottom line, is there really anything to get me back here? Little to no ambience, re-runs of classic films, reasonable draft beer with one or two specials served in 33cl Goblets and good but expensive bottled beer range…..nope, not much really. Maybe I’m being a little harsh but that’s how I see it.

Probably the “best” Beer Bar in Las Vegas for selection at least, but beyond that it falls flat somehow, one visit is enough for me to be honest, it just lacks "something", either that or it is way too clever for simple old me to enjoy. Just goes to show that loads of great beer does not a classic beer bar make.

Freakin Weird.

Last Visit: Sunday 20th February, 2005

TheLongBeachBum, Feb 27, 2005
Photo of BeachHoppy
4.25/5  rDev +3.7%

The Freakin' Frog is by far the best Las Vegas beer bar that we have visited in our several years of Vegas trips. Although it has a small (10-12 taps) draft selection, with the exception of Miller High Life, all the taps are worthy, and most notably the "Oaked Arrogant Bastard." Additional tap selections that I recall were Alaska Smoked Porter, Pyramid Snow Cap, Alaska Amber, and two Belgians.

The gentleman behind the bar was very knowledgeable about beer.

The bottle selection (300+) is extensive and quite excellent, you can get a list at the bar or look on the Freakin' Frog website. We got the Stone Ruination Ale and a Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale. Both were fresh and absolutely delicious.

Atmosphere-wise, this place is non-descript and (hopefully) a work in progress. We noticed some construction taking place with exposed plywood in certain sections. There is a small area for darts and video games, but that area of the bar should have some additional lighting, especially over the dart boards.

As for getting there, we took a bus from the Strip. You can get a day pass good for 24 hours on the Las Vegas rapid transit. From the Strip you get on a bus on Tropicana and get off the bus at the stop just beyond Maryland Pkwy. From there it is just a 2 block walk.

This is a great place to get away from the Strip for an afternoon and sample some fine beers.

BeachHoppy, Feb 13, 2005
Photo of paulyrimz
3.41/5  rDev -16.8%

On paper, this is the best beer bar in Las Vegas. After several repeat visits, I've finally made up my mind about this place. Stunning beer selection, but several things that piss me off as a fellow beer fan. First of all, the pricing is ridiculous. The beers on tap always hover around $7 or $8, and those are the bargain beers. Everything on their bottle menu that is even remotely rare to Las Vegas gets a hefty markup. I remember Adam recommending me a Hopzilla from Yakima Brewing Co. which he charged me $20 for. I saw it a couple of weeks later at a BevMo in Orange, CA for $4. You will notice that most of the beers on the bottled beer list are a reserve price. Ask how much he charges for Alesmith beers, and you realize it is probably cheaper to drive to San Diego, and pick one up for yourself (current gas price included) I may be exaggerating a bit, but it would not hurt Adam to lower his prices a bit. He always claims it is the fact that he's getting rare beers from all over the place. But every other top beer bar in the nation has found a way to keep their beer prices down for their customers. My second grievance is the atmosphere (or lack thereof). It is neon-bright beer bar being placed in an aging 1960s shopping center. It just has an odd-feeling to it that LongBeachBum nailed in his colorful description. What tops of the pleasant atmosphere for me is the fact that the grill is right next to the bar where you are sitting aand when somebody orders a 'Freakin' Burger' all of the smoke and grill residuals goes right to your face. I know this probably sounds like a Frog bashing segment, but after reading my initial review and frequent disappointing return trips, I felt an update was in order. Most of the stuff i wrote below stills holds truth, they have some great beers and Adam does a great job bringing them to Las Vegas, I just think this entire beer bar could be better executed.

Review from 1/24/05
Ah the Frog! The best, hands down selection of beer in Las Vegas. With a rotating tap of beers, the owner of this establishment goes out of his way to bring excellent brew to Las Vegas. Recently I was there and had a taste of Stone's Arrogant Bastard Oak Aged on tap, and was one of the best beers I've ever had. Also on tap was a Lambic Framboise, and Lost Coast's Downtown Brown and some other beers I can't recall. Beside the ten or so on tap is a great selection of bottles, including what I sampled, the Rouge Imperial IPA (amazing). Many belgians as well. Check the official website for the list of 335 bottled beers. As for the actual place itself, pretty interesting. Definitely not the trendiest spot in Vegas. Very laid back establishment, with dartboards, and cult movies being projected on a big screen. Just well enough hidden so that only the true beer-drinkers can find it. A true gem of bars in Las Vegas

paulyrimz, Jan 24, 2005
Photo of DPMomutant
3.18/5  rDev -22.4%

First a disclaimer...I just came back from vacation in Vegas and sought the Frog. The ratings you see reflect the place as it was on October 20, 2004 when I went there and not before or probably after. If you are reading this review a reasonable time past the date things have probably changed, and most likely for the better.

The place was a bit of a challenge to find but it is on a main drag so that helped.

My (non-beer drinking) fiancee and I went in around lunchtime to grab a bite and for me to sample a beer or two I can't get at home (and hadn't already got bottles of and tried).

It appears at this time they are undergoing some construction to expand the place. I had remembered reading something about that before I left. Seeing the equipment out (the workers returned from a lunch break a few minutes before we left) on a table kind of detracted from the atmosphere.

The service was a bit slow and short. There were probably a dozen or so people in the place, but only one person to take orders, cook, and serve food and drinks. I did give some points for him being pretty friendly, trying hard, and for knowing his beers all while being ran ragged.

The beer selection is obviously fabled and printed on a computer generated list that even the bartender/waiter/server/cook admitted was missing a few of the newer beers (well over 300!!). Seeing that my fiancee was getting impatient with the place (remember, she could care less about beer), I only had a Blanche de Chambly which was served very properly down to the glassware, not to mention getting assistance from the bartender as I was totally hacking the pronunciation of the beer.

The food selection was somewhat limited, but my cheeseburger with pineapple (forget the exact name) was pretty good as were both the regular fries and the sweet potato fries. The nachos, however, were not good at all.

Overall, I ended up somewhat let down by the experience. While much of this feeling was influence by my fiancee not really enjoying much of anything except the sweet potato fries, it wasn't what I was expecting from a place I was really looking forward to going to.

Now if I go back in a couple of years, I will go there again and will probably have a great time with their construction done. I honestly wish success (and a stand alone building) for them. I think they have a great concept going there and this construction is hopefully just a temporary setback.

So again, I provide my disclaimer that my lower marks are likely due to the construction (and possible understaffing) and are probably not long-term problems. If you want to find good beer in a bar in Vegas, this is the place to go because they've got it, but if you are going with people who aren't as much into the beer it may fall short.

DPMomutant, Oct 23, 2004
Photo of greybeerd
4.58/5  rDev +11.7%

Well away from the Strip, this place is on a major artery across the street from UNLV but you have to keep your eyes open...it's tucked into a small strip mall off the street. Definitely worth the effort, tho. Inside is rather nondescript, but comfortable, and recently expanded (A wall across from the bar was knocked out, doubling the size of the place, with 2 dart boards in the new space. A single malt bar is planned for an upstairs space). Like so many other reviewers, I was soon greeted by Adam, the owner, who immediately impressed with his friendliness and beer enthusiam. As I eyed the 8 - 10 tap handles, Adam made a recommendation (Wexford Cream Ale - excellent!) that started a string of winners the rest of the evening. The rest were all from his extensive bottle list - McTarnahan's Blackwatch (oak-aged), Lost Coast Indica IPA, Nessie (from the brewers of Samichlaus), Stone 8th Anniversary. Over 350 bottles listed and he's looking to expand to 500 ASAP. Great selection, but keep an eye on the prices. Many are reasonable, but as his inventory dwindles of a particular beer, usually the limited release and hard to get, the price goes up accordingly.

DVDs are shown continuously by a projection system on the wall at the end of the bar, adding to the down home feel. And while I didn't have any food, everyone who did seemed to enjoy the standard grill fare, many of whom came in for take out. The grill, in fact, is right behind the bar. I don't know how I avoided eating! But the beer was that good.

This place would be a great beer bar in any city, so Las Vegas (and Adam) has an oasis to be proud of. A must stop.

greybeerd, Sep 23, 2004
Photo of drewbage
4.63/5  rDev +12.9%

Visited during the first night of the AHA Conference in Vegas (2004).

So first night of the conference before the festivities really began and I managed to convince Fletch and another friend with the words.. "It's supposed to be the Lucky Baldwin's of Vegas". (What can I say.. I know how to motivate my friends)

When we first came in, they were showing a movie on the wall and the crowd looked comfortable with each other in a very plain location. The kitchen, there in the front, seemed close and so did the bar frankly when we first arrived.. Course we were taking our time and examining the beer list so no one bothered us.

Time came to order and within short order our beers came. Just then some folks from SNAFU showed and introduced us to Adam, the owner.

Adam is by far the biggest asset to this place and any place would be lucky to have someone with his level of devotion and energy. He was happy to show us around and expound on his plans, whip us up some food (I highly recommend the Devil burger) and show us around the cellar.

Good place.. much more like the hometown good beer joint than any typical Vegas joint with their slots and macro lagers.

drewbage, Jul 04, 2004
Photo of Fletch
4.68/5  rDev +14.1%

Three of us visited on June 16, having just driven in from L.A. (through the 108 degree desert) with a truck and trailer loaded to the gills for the AHA conference. After unloading two bars, 30+ kegs, etc, were ready for a few great beers (and some food).

The storefront setting is not my cup of tea, but Adam, the owner, is doing interesting things with the digs, including projection DVD movies and a band playing up in a loft space (I was happy to find that the band didn't drown out conversation on the main floor.

The beer selection is first rate, having now grown to over 300 beers. We enjoyed (in no particular order): '95 Old Crustaceon (from what has got to be the last keg of the stuff on the planet), MacTarnahan's Tripel, Orval, Chimay White, Rogue Imperial Stout, Stone Ruination, and a couple - five others I can't even remember.

The three of us all enjoyed our meals, all diffirent dishes. I stuck with simple and had a double burger that was all I could ask for. Sorry I can't offer more in describing the food, but we were there for the BEER!

Adam visited with us and gave us the grand tour of the beer cooler, where amongst literally dozens of rare labels I glimpsed a bottle of Sawyer's Tripel, the only one I've seen to date.

I would highly advise taking a taxi to the Frog, there are too many highly desirable brews here to have to drive back to your hotel.

Fletch, Jun 24, 2004
Photo of imblane
4.95/5  rDev +20.7%

I visited the Freakin Frog on Monday, 07Jun04. Jo, the Beer Maiden greeted me and offered to assist me with my selection. After downing a New Belgium Abbey, I let her pick the rest of the night, and she knows her beer!! She turned me on to some beers I was not familiar with, which were all exceptional, especially the Unibroue Trois Pistoles. Adam the owner rapped with me extensively about beer and his selection. His cooler is truly a thing of beauty. He let me select the primetime DVD, which was awesome and we all had a ball around some "Old time Hockey"
I also must say the food was exceptional. I tried the Teriyaki chicken wrap which Jo prepared to perfection. The fries were just right, hot, crispy and not the least bit greasy. I promised to send Adam 2 of my Symposium Ales, which I have cellared at home, and I will take care of that as soon as I return home from Missouri. He even offered to store the beer I was travelling with to keep it out of the Vegas heat. Get to the Freakin Frog and "Get Your Freak On!"

imblane, Jun 16, 2004
Photo of Brewso
4.8/5  rDev +17.1%

Adam will do all that he can to make sure that you are in beevana. Taps included lost coast indica ipa, SN Celebration, Chimay Tripel, Old Foghorn and others. The cooler in the back is a thing of beauty: two walls filled with all kinds of goodies including hard to find stuff. The cheese fries and nachos hit the spot as we enjoyed the lost coast ipa and a stone ruination. Adam has a large collection of DVD movies that he will project onto the wall. He showed "The Rock" as we talked with him about beer, life and Vegas. A very welcome alternative to the "how to make money off you" attitude of the strip. It was very much like hanging out with a good friend who has a great beer selection. He had no problem with our cigars and we had no problem with his hospitality. The taps were very well kept and the beer fresh. An absolute must if you are a beer lover in Veags. Thanks Adam!

Brewso, Apr 29, 2004
Photo of Rumrunner
4.4/5  rDev +7.3%

This is really a great place for a few pints, a friendly atmosphere and some good food.

The Freakin Frog is located in a small strip mall across from UNLV. Only a couple of minutes from the middle of the strip by taxi.

The FF is small, has a decent sized bar and a few tables along the wall opposite the bar. A wide screen t.v. is above the bar near the stairway. They were showing movies when I was there. The decorations are beer, sports and UNLV parafanalia. All in all the atmosphere is accomodating but pretty standard. Nothing wrong with that when there is a large amount of beers to be had.

The beer selection ranges about three hundred. Mostly in bottles. They have only about eight taps. I hope Adam (the owner) adds more taps in the future. A couple of macros, SN Barley Wine, Flying Dog Pale and Guinness to name a few. The Guinness comes from Ireland and is on a type of gas Adam would not reveal. It is not pure nitro and did not perform the cascading nitro effect when poured. The bottle selection is huge. Plenty of Belgians, Germans, and a large amount of craft beers, mostly from the west coast states. Some midwest and a couple of east coast beers as well. Also a few from other countries. They did have New Belgium for the Southern Californian who has to do without these selections for the time being. Also some seasonals and hard to find seasonals. Once the FF runs low on a seasonal and can no longer get them the prices sky rocket. The price of obscurity. This is the best place in Las Vegas for a large variety of beers to try.

The food was tasty. Good grub was had by all. Everybody loved their burgers and some of the larger folks had a second. The spiced fries were a big hit.

The service was excellent. Adam runs a quality place. He also loves to talk beer, so if the place is slow he will definately chat with you about many subjects but beer probably tops the list.

Even though the FF is next to the college this is not a strict college bar. If you feel you are too many years beyond the wild college age do not worry about it. The clientele is a good mix. Locals, college and out of towners who want good quality beer.

I recommend this place when the hunt for good beer and beer drinking companions becomes a must. This is also a great place to steal some time away from the glitz of Vegas. If you tire of the casinos and over priced shopping, hail a cab and stop in here.

Rumrunner, Mar 28, 2004
Photo of Dukeofearl
4.65/5  rDev +13.4%

I won’t repeat the stuff in the previous reviews- they are pretty much right on. But here’s my take. The reviews here at BA got me to check out this place on my last trip to Vegas (thanks to the previous reviewers!).

I got to the bar in the middle of the afternoon on Monday, and needless to say, the place was pretty dead. Adam (the owner) was working on maintenance and other things that needed to be done, but took time out to welcome me and spend time with me. Two hours later, I couldn’t believe how quickly the time had passed.

The best way I can describe it was like stopping by a good friend’s house on a Saturday afternoon- “Hey, you want to have a beer?”, “Hey, I just made some pasta, do you want some?”, “Hey, check out what I’ve got in the cooler- what looks good?” A couple of regulars came in, and it was handshakes and hugs for everyone. And we talked about his place and we talked about beer. It was just a real fun experience- more like home than at a bar.

I am currently in a Belgian beer phase, and the selection was excellent. The selection on Belgians ranged from Chimay on tap to Rochefort 6, 8, and 10 to the Westvleteren 8 (very limited supply, not on the menu), as well as many excellent non-Trappist Belgian beers. With over 200 beers from all over the world, this place has the best selection I’ve seen anywhere.

In terms of trying things, I just had him decide for me- both in terms of beer and food. He whipped up a pasta chicken pesto dish for a late lunch that was fabulous- I have no idea if it’s on the menu or not.

Also, Adam isn’t finished. He has plans- lots of them, ranging from beer trips to more bars to more beer choices! If he makes half of them real, he will be a major success.

Down sides are few, but size and general layout are not optimum. I imagine this place is very claustrophobic when it’s busy. Also, the prices on the better beers are pretty steep, but it’s all about quality. These people care about providing a quality product, and they seem to have hit it right. I can’t wait to get another chance to spend more time relaxing and work my way through the beer list (like I need another reason to go to Vegas!).

Dukeofearl, Jan 17, 2004
Photo of beertraveler
4.7/5  rDev +14.6%

It took me 3 times visiting Las Vegas from the east coast, but I finally found a place that I liked enough to review. (Holy Cow was cool, but is no longer around.) About the size of New York's Brewskies (for all you east coasters), this place packs a whallop with a great beer selection and knowledgeable bar staff. The food was great too, but I didn't want to fill up on non-essential beer products. The most impressive thing was talking to the owner, and finding out how active he is in getting in new beers. Even going to the extent of paying retail for beers and flying in the brews himself if his distributors don't carry it. Now that's love. There are certainly a zillion places to drink in Vegas, but if you're a beer lover, your trip won't be complete unless you visit The Freakin Frog.

beertraveler, Oct 19, 2003
Photo of VegasBill
4.13/5  rDev +0.7%

Destro, what happened? this was supposed to be a locals only kind of place and you went and spilled the beans. Anyway Dave the owner is a great guy and the more the merrier.The previous reviews did a great job, the only thing I can add is that because it is small it is already starting to fill up on some evenings so the Crown and Anchor is just a minute away.

VegasBill, Aug 26, 2003
Photo of UncleJimbo
4.47/5  rDev +9%

Open from 11 AM "Until the Freakin Fun is Done". You gotta love that motto. This place has only been open a month and a half, but it already has regulars, and I can see why. It is located on Maryland Parkway, near University Rd, not too far north of Tropicana, in a strip mall with parking in front.

The Freakin Frog is relatively small (1200 sq feet?) with a bar that seats ~20 and tables for about 20 more, and additional space upstairs in a loft. But what it lacks in floor space, it more than makes up for in beer selection. 10 Taps and currently 75 bottles (and more to come?). On my visit the taps included Arrogant Bastard, Franziskaner Hefeweizen, Guinness Stout, a Framboise, and several other notable beers. The bottle selection was great, too, and even included Sam Adams Utopias for $200 and Triple Bock for $9. The prices for the taps and bottles were pretty much typical for a beer bar, but some prices were very reasonable. The Freakin Frog is also a wine by the glass bar, offering 48 different wines.

The decor is currently rather stark, but there is a frog motif with some carved frogs from around the world sprinkled on the bar, which is fashioned from the wood from wine crates (an interesting touch). The bar stools are basic round, padded stools. The ceiling is high, with ceiling fans. Movies are projected up on the back wall for customers to watch. The front of the bar is all glass, which is currently covered to block the heat from the sweltering Las Vegas sun.

Behind the bar is the grill and deep fryer for making food, and the food selection was interesting and good. They had a special on either portabella mushroom melt or bacon wrapped filet mignon during my visit ($5.99 or $6.99). They have also started holding "Brewmaker Dinners" with food and beer paired up.

The owner knows his beer, and takes an interest in the customers. He is bringing some great beer to Las Vegas, and so far it looks like a big success. I look forward to my next visit to The Freakin Frog.

4-2004 Update

Stopped in. Stayed longer than I had planned (great beer selection will do that). Watched 2 movies projected on the wall. Still a great beer bar!

2-20-05

Most recent visit. Interior remodeled since my last visit. I am not sure it is an improvement. Seemed colder and less personal somehow. Draft beer selection was not as good as on previous visits, though it still had some stars (Alaskan Smoked Porter, Chimay), and inexplicably almost every other patron in the place was drinking Sam Adams White Ale.

UncleJimbo, Aug 21, 2003
Photo of DESTRO
4.45/5  rDev +8.5%

this is a brand new place on the infamous maryland parkway between tropicana and flamingo. it really is a small little place, but inside its nice, clean and the staff is very friendly. they have a projector so you can watch roadhouse big screen style while you sip your brews. they have an amazing beer selection (around 130) with a few goodies on tap (framboise, arrogant bastard, franziskaner hefeweise, chimay) and in bottles they carry offerings from lindmans, stone, young's, samuel smith's, duvel, spaten, ayinger, anchor steam, unibrou, rogue, weihenstephaner, sam adams (including 2 bottles of utopia) as well as many more. i even had my first gueze there. they also have a kitchen and grill if you get a hunger strike. prices range from very cheap to steep but always reflect the quality of the brew. the atmosphere is very light and cheery and the bartender/owner is great and knows his stuff. they also have a good size wine list. no hard alcohol/mix drinks are served though. no pool tables, darts, golden tee and probably one of the only vegas bars without video poker or any other gambling devices, it is a place to get your drink on. and if this place ends up not being what you were looking for (which isnt possible), the crown and anchor is a block away.

update: as of march 22 2004 they have over 200 beers including westy's, the rochefort line up, new stones, new rogues, tons of rarities etc. some are pricey...be warned. (i.e. last years vertical epic, double bastard, stone imperial) also SN celebration and SN bigfoot are on tap along with a few other new taps.


update as of mid 2006 :

you know, its been a hot minute since i wrote anything about this place, and damn has it been getting reviewed. theyve extened their beer selection ten fold and added a whiskey bar. it just keeps growing. still a bit pricey, but still the only place in vegas where westys are occasionally on the menu.

DESTRO, Jul 30, 2003
Freakin' Frog in Las Vegas, NV
92 out of 100 based on 105 ratings.