Enjoy Comfort Food at Las Vegas' 10 Best Homestyle Restaurants



No matter how you define "homestyle," Las Vegas' has many restaurants that feature the comfort food you’re craving. Whether you’re searching for chicken noodle soup or lasagna, there’s certainly a restaurant serving those delicious favorites that can make you throw your diet to the winds.

For many people, a true homestyle meal is served in large portions. No place does large, tasty food quite like Hash House a Go Go, where the “twisted farm food” comes in quantities sure to require a take-out box for the left-overs. Most homestyle restaurants offer generous portions, but Hash House takes them to a new level.

Many regional favorites are full of comfort food’s most well-known dishes, like the Southern classics served at Yardbird. Macaroni and cheese, fried chicken and ham are just a few of the tasty dishes sure to leave many guests thinking of Sunday dinner.

Diners, small restaurants and roadside stops often offer some of the most authentic homestyle cooking. Finding hidden gems might mean a short drive away from the Strip, but these are places where the food is fresh, and sometimes even sourced from local farms.

Check out our list of Las Vegas' 10 best homestyle restaurants to find the place that’s serving up your idea of comfort food, no matter what that means to you.


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Spring Valley


Located in a small strip mall on the western side of Las Vegas, Jamm's might be easy to miss if you're not looking for it. Just keep an eye out for the crowd, and that will help you find this friendly restaurant. The lines may be long, but it's...  Read More




Take a trip back in time at Roxy's Diner, where a singing wait staff and all-American food add up to a rocking and rolling good time. This '50s diner with a twist serves a wide selection of mouth-watering burgers, sandwiches and shakes, as well...  Read More


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Northwest Las Vegas


John Mull's Road Kill Grill was once one of the best-kept secrets in Las Vegas, until Guy Fieri made a stop there for "Diner, Drive-Ins and Dives." Thankfully, this wonderful little barbeque joint is still enough off the beaten path that the...  Read More


Farm 24·7
Photo courtesy of Aliante Casino + Hotel + Spa


This 24-hour farm-to-table café in North Las Vegas serves classic American diner favorites with a fresh twist--think skillet scrambles, burgers, meatloaf and chicken fried steak. All dishes are made from scratch, with ingredients hand-picked by...  Read More


Nine Fine Irishmen
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Nine Fine Irishmen offers a menu of Irish favorites for both lunch and dinner. Guests can dig in to such traditional homestyle items as Bangers and Mash, or the Shepherd's Pie made with Port wine-infused beef tips, ground beef, onions, carrots...  Read More


Old Homestead Steakhouse
Photo courtesy of Caesars Palace


In New York City, Old Homestead is a veritable landmark, established in 1868. Its Las Vegas location stays true to the style of the original restaurant. Classic American food is the menu's focus, including many types of beef. The beef here is...  Read More




Yardbird feels like a combination of honky-tonk and family dining room, which is the perfect atmosphere for its Southern food. They're most well-known for their fried chicken, which is amazingly juicy. Food is served on platters that make for...  Read More


Honey Salt Restaurant
Photo courtesy of Bill Milne


Honey Salt features a seasonally changing, farm-to-table-inspired menu that balances the realities of living in the desert with the amazing products regionally available for those willing to look a little harder. Created by restaurateur...  Read More


Buddy V's Ristorante
Photo courtesy of Bill Milne


Buddy "Cake Boss" Valastro may be best known for his baking, but Buddy V's Ristoriante shows off more than dessert. Diners are treated to a taste of the Valastro family's beloved heirloom recipes, in a setting reminiscent of the Sunday dinner...  Read More




When you're hungry--and we mean really, really hungry--there's only one place in town to go: Hash House A Go Go. Serving up "twisted farm food" for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the restaurant is famous for its enormous portions, like its...  Read More


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