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Joey M
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 - posted July 16, 2004 04:54 PM      Profile for Joey M           Edit/Delete Post 
Just came back from Vegas and of all the places I ate we enjoyed the 777 Brew Pub at the Main Street Station the best. Now I know its not the best restaurant in Vegas, but we felt we got the most for our money there, (16oz NY Strip 10.99). Kids loved it too. I would definately recommend it to anybody. Our waitress (Tobi) was excellent and the casual atmosphere was great, nice change from the strip restaurants & buffets.
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Joey M
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 - posted July 17, 2004 12:18 PM      Profile for Joey M           Edit/Delete Post 
we entered MSS from the entrance that faced the Plaza Hotel, by the valet parking, walked straight through the casino, and it was one of the last rooms on the left hand side before exiting the hotel.
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 - posted July 17, 2004 12:23 PM      Profile for Turtleman           Edit/Delete Post 
The Triple 7 is one of my favorite places too, although I've only had the beer and happy hour selections. You can check it out at
From: Atlanta, GA  |  IP: Logged
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 - posted July 17, 2004 02:16 PM      Profile for messstat           Edit/Delete Post 
I'd rate 777 a 6-7.0...I've been disappointed over the course of the last 2 years with the suds, service of the in-house eateries...Especially the highly-rated buffet.
I've all but quit frequenting the MSS which is sad to was a shining star downtown.

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Jill H.
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 - posted August 13, 2004 08:07 PM      Profile for Jill H.           Edit/Delete Post 
We LOVE the Brew Pub and always make a point of hitting it every trip. We love their chicken nachos and beer selection. It is a MUST DO on our trip plans. [Thumbs Up]
From: Selinsgrove, PA  |  IP: Logged
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 - posted September 04, 2004 02:40 PM      Profile for rowdyreno2           Edit/Delete Post 
Here's a great place to mingle with some
colorful, local characters not to mention
an occasional crusty, cranky curmudgeon.
Order up a sample wheel of their beers &
ales, sit back, enjoy a sporting event.
Sometimes the sporting event is on one of
their many TV monitors. A pleasant retreat
from the jingle-jangle bells and chimes of
the casino just outside the door. Nary a
munchkin in sight!

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 - posted September 12, 2004 04:27 PM      Profile for bumblebee           Edit/Delete Post 
This is a regular stop for us on every trip Downtown. I don't think the food is anything to write home about, although I admit my experience there has been limited mainly to hamburgers (average), the appetizer mushrooms (good) and some oyster shooters (good). We usually go for happy hour, which is something like 3-6PM except on weekends (it's changed several times since we've been going there, so this may not be accurate anymore). I believe it was $2 for a big mug of microbrew and $1 for a big goblet of decent wine. Also, the Happy Hour-priced appetizers were reasonable. As for the buffet , which really has nothing to do with the 777, it's servicable, but I've never really understood why anyone considered it anything special. We ate there again in May (2004), and my impression was still the same.
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 - posted September 27, 2004 05:13 PM      Profile for iam4jacks           Edit/Delete Post 
The MSS 777 Brewpub is my favorite casual place to eat. Happy Hour is 3-5pm Mon-Fri, but maybe not during MNF season. Half price munchies and $2 pints.

The boiled peel and eat shrimp are quite tasty. Fried mushrooms were standard issue, not homemade.

The Fish and Chips (Cod fingers) are my choice. Pizza was acceptable though I prefer a cracker like crust. The Philly needs a grilled/toasted bun.

The September homebrew special was black cherry stout, which ranks right up there with the very tasty pale ale, IMO. OBTW, you can get 16oz drafts of homebrews on the casino floor.

[ September 27, 2004, 05:19 PM: Message edited by: iam4jacks ]

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 - posted January 13, 2005 03:10 AM      Profile for papio           Edit/Delete Post 
We checked in at the MSS at 10pm on Dec 27 after an uneventful flight from Hawaii. We were hungry and excited to be returning to our favorite vacation spot and headed straight to the Triple 7 Brew Pub to fill out tummies with food and booze. Our family of 9 and friends of 6 were seated only after a 1/2 wait and quickly ordered pizza, chicken wings, fries, etc., and the delicious beer. Needless to say, we all enjoyed that first nite, sharing the food, recalling tales of our past, and renewing friendship from days gone by.

[ January 13, 2005, 03:12 AM: Message edited by: papio ]

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 - posted January 13, 2005 03:17 PM      Profile for Vegasgrandma           Edit/Delete Post 
My favorites are the filet mignon sandwich (about $6.99) and the pizza (especially wild mushroom). They're outstanding. They have a wonderful hot fudge brownie sundae, too, and they also make great strawberry daiquiris and frozen margaritas!
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 - posted January 15, 2005 05:46 PM      Profile for iam4jacks           Edit/Delete Post 
I have stayed at MSS twice now since my Sept. 27th posting. Six nights and now five more visits to the 777 Brewpub! This is always during the Happy Hour period 3-5? pm.

I am addicted the the half-price bucket of 20 shrimp. The boil seasoning is just supurb. The cocktail sauce is so horsey.

Try the BBQ chicken pizza...a bit weird but does it taste good at two am as a leftover in the room.

Service has been right up there too.

I even paid real money to eat here!

[ January 15, 2005, 05:48 PM: Message edited by: iam4jacks ]

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High Roller

 - posted April 15, 2005 12:08 AM      Profile for Babs           Edit/Delete Post 
I have to agree that this was a "hidden gem". We enjoyed the food and the atmosphere.
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downtown nut
High Roller

 - posted July 07, 2005 11:16 PM      Profile for downtown nut           Edit/Delete Post 
This has always been our first dining stop on every trip, but this time it was disappointing. I know how slow the service is so I didn't expect too much, but having to wait 15 minutes to get our drinks was just too much. I went to the bar where there were only 2 others and flagged down the bartender to order another round of drinks. He told me to wait while talking to one of his customers. I waited 5 minutes, gave up and went back to our table. After two drinks we all left. No sense in getting angry since it was our first nite in Vegas. Needless to say, we didn't return to our favorite watering hole during our stay.
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High Roller

 - posted May 23, 2006 09:30 AM      Profile for rowdyreno2           Edit/Delete Post 
It's too bad Downtown Nut had a bad
experience at the ol' Triple 7.
Maybe it's the time when we eat in there
but we found the service friendly and attentive.
The only criticism I could offer is that there's
too much food for the price. Tasty as it is, you
have to be a glutton to hoover it all down, but
thank goodnes the servers aren't pushy about it.

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High Roller

 - posted November 01, 2008 04:57 PM      Profile for bumblebee           Edit/Delete Post 
Visit Sunday 10/28.

No happy hour on Sat or Sun, so I can't verify current prices for that. We just got drinks while playing VP in the casino and brought them with us when we went in to eat. Prime rib 8oz for around $7 something was excellent, as was the service. Great place to take a "buffet break" , similar in value to Ellis Island, but with much nicer atmosphere.

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High Roller

 - posted October 25, 2010 05:29 PM      Profile for bumblebee           Edit/Delete Post 
10/13/10 and 10/19/10

Just to update the previous info:

The microbrew beer and the wine, during happy hour from 3-6PM M-F are both $2 these days. The 8 oz prime rib dinner is $8.99, not much more for the larger one, and other meals are priced similarly. This is still one of the best places in LV for a pub-type meal experience at a great price, with good friendly service, IMO...

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