The award-winning Peppermill Las Vegas and Fireside Lounge has been voted as one of the "…places to see" by Casino Magazine, Best Cocktail Waitress by Las Vegas Magazine, Best Exotic Drinks and Most Romantic Bar by Menu Magazine, and many more.
The Peppermill was also recently featured in music videos for Carlos Santana as well as American Idol winner, Adam Lambert. You may have spotted the iconic venue in such films as "Casino" and "Showgirls" and seen on the venue on TV in "CSI Las Vegas" and "The Holly Madison Show."
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Las Vegas Weekly: A Tour of Eye-Catching Vegas Bar Interiors
It’s the inside of a genie’s bottle. No, it’s what the cover of Duran Duran’s Rio would look like serving punchbowl-sized drinks.
Thrillist: 12 Old-School Las Vegas Restaurants with Classic Interiors
The kitsch is strong at the Peppermill, a diner that's been around since 1972 and seems to be everybody's favorite place on the Strip to grab eggs and pancakes in the middle of the night.
The Travel: Livin' La Vida Breakfast: Where To Find A Meal After A Long Night In Vegas
Visiting this restaurant and lounge is probably the closest one can get to being in an old-school Vegas movie. In fact, Peppermill is where the 1995 Scorsese crime drama, Casino was filmed.
Vegas.com: Top 10 Unique Las Vegas Bars
This place is a Vegas classic that remains unique even though it’s kind of trapped itself in 1976.
Las Vegas Weekly: 24 Hours Inside The Peppermill
Big Foods, crazy cocktails, and undeniable warmth: A day in the life of a strip institution
Huffington Post: 20 Great happy hours on the Las Vegas strip
Classic Vegas – everyone should go here, deal or no deal. A short walk from Wynncore, SLS, Circus Circus and more.
Las Vegas Review Journal: 14 bars every Las Vegas local needs to try
The Peppermill on the Strip is a Las Vegas classic, and worth the drive down there.
Vegas Magazine: The Peppermill Celebrates 40 years of Big Eats
The Peppermill exists within a space-time continuum of its own creation. What has become a time-warp anomaly burst upon Vegas’s restaurant universe on December 26, 1972—as the Vietnam War dragged on and neckties were wider than a baby’s bib.
Vegas.com: Best Bloody Marys in Las Vegas
When you step inside the Peppermill, you don’t really see a lot of things that remind you of tomatoes with celery.
Food Channel: Raves & Faves Las Vegas
What has fun food, tons of history, and is pink and blue and neon all over? If you know Las Vegas, you know the answer is Peppermill Restaurant and Fireside Lounge.
Las Vegas Review Journal: 9 Best Places for a First Date in Las Vegas
The Peppermill, located between the Riviera and the Wynn, has been open for more than 40 years.
CNN: 7 Sure bets for Las Vegas dining
Since 1972, tourists and locals alike have sought refuge in the plush, rope-lit banquettes of this campy, comfy North Strip coffee shop and cocktail lounge.
Las Vegas Weekly: Bite Now: The Maserati at Peppermill
Omelet meets Italian food with this plate-sized monster ($12.95), a gigantic cloud of eggs bursting with two kinds of cheese, sausage and mushrooms.
Vegas.com: 10 Las Vegas restaurants where you can still dine old-school style
The iconic Peppermill restaurant on the Strip opened its doors in 1972 and has been serving upcoffee shop favorites, low prices and big portions 24 hours a day ever since.
KNPR: Buzz Feed Summer Cocktails
If your vision of the tropics is more along the lines of Elvis and the Brady Bunch, the kitsch at the Peppermill’s Fireside Lounge.