lasvegasweekly.com 14 Jan, 2021 10:30 am

The Legends Oyster Bar brings Vegas casino classics to the neighborhood

The Legends Oyster Bar brings Vegas casino classics to the neighborhood
The rich pan roast—a chili-spiked tomato cream sauce stocked with crab, shrimp and lobster served over rice—has been among the most popular dishes so far.

Jerukasem says he’s also been selling plenty of gumbo ($27), another multi-meat stew with shrimp, crawfish, mussels, clams, chicken and pork Andouille sausage, and the over-the-top megameal called the Louisiana Boil ($27) that tosses fresh corn and potatoes into the seafood mix with a buttery Cajun-spiced sauce.“That’s an old, classic dish people still love,” Jerukasem says.” Jerukasem says he’s looking to expand the menu to include a selection of crudos and other raw bar dishes plus a rotating chef’s catch of the day, but he’s strategically waiting for restaurant capacities to increase before making moves.“Since that happened, business has been climbing, and it’s all word-of-mouth and social media,” Jerukasem says.

Even earlier, the resort boasted an often-overlooked but truly delicious oyster bar called Buzio’s, which closed five years ago to make way for the Fieri Mexican restaurant.” It’s no surprise that the rich pan roast ($25), a chili-spiked tomato cream sauce stocked with crab, shrimp and lobster served over rice, is one of the most popular dishes at his Legends Oyster Bar & Grill.

Read full story at lasvegasweekly.com