Best deli in Danville. Expensive? Yes. Worth it? Yes. The popularity of this deli hot spot ensures that everything is fresh. Try the daily special sandwiches which are all made order on gourmet bread/rolls delivered daily. The lines can be long around lunchtime, so to avoid the crowd, it is best to call your order in and pick it up.
Greasy spoon which caters to octogenarians who don't know any better. Picture iHop meets Sambo's and you pretty much have the number of this dive which would be better suited if it were located in a truck stop somewhere on I-5 south of Bakersfield in the Central Valley. The bland food is served swimming - and I mean swimming - in oil. Worst still, the coffee is watered down. So many other good options in Danville.
Dirty/Greasy. Whether or not you choose the indoor or outdoor seating options, you will find that the tables and chairs are sticky and covered with grime. The food is just average, but the place is popular with the multitude of suburban SUV families whose undisciplined/disruptive children can't go to any other restaurants.
3730 Las Vegas Blvd. S.Harmon Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
The albeit expensive food did not disappoint. We had a large party and yet each dish presented was superb...fresh, inventive, simply prepared, and flavorful. They consider their specialties to be the Sea Scallops, and the Flat-iron-steak. Both items were delicious. The cost of the experience is high, but if you want a flawless Vegas dinner, Sage is a place to consider.