Once though to be Canada’s most delicious secret, poutine is making a big impact on Las Vegas. It’s the tasty treat that combines French fries and cheese curds, all covered in gravy. From Fries N’ Pies to Naked City Pizza, some of Las Vegas’ favorite eateries are leading the charge with their own unique takes on poutine. To help celebrate this emerging trend, we’re going to sort through all of the mouth-watering toppings and name the five best poutine restaurants in Las Vegas.
Fries N’ Pies
The flagship destination for anybody looking for poutine in Las Vegas, Fries N’ Pies offers an irresistible selection of toppings and choices that help to reinvent the Canadian classic. Choose between regular French fries, optionally done in duck fat fries and even roasted cauliflower, all smothered in a wide variety of gravies and toppings. Some of the more exciting mixes include the Hawaiian, which combines pulled pork, habanero cream cheese, pineapple, bacon and mozzarella; the New Yorker, featuring salami, prosciutto, pepperoni, marinara and ricotta; and the Californian, which includes ranch cream cheese, mozzarella grilled chicken, bacon, tomato and avocado. Fries N’ Pies also offers convenient pre-orders for carry out.
595 Craft & Kitchen
A gastropub with a rotating selection of craft beers, 595 Craft & Kitchen is a friendly haunt with two types of poutine. On one hand, there’s the Traditional Poutine, an enticing mix that smothers brown gravy, white cheddar and scallions all over the hand-cut house fries. But for anybody looking to kick it up a notch, the Loco Moco Poutine adds furikake, a fried egg and your choice of hamburger patty or spam to the mix. Wash it all down with some of the finest craft beers in Las Vegas, only at 595 Craft & Kitchen.
Born And Raised
Open 24 hours a day and seven days a week, Born And Raise is a family-owned eatery where hospitality is paramount. By mixing a little of old Vegas with the new, this award-winning home away from home delivers a unique spin on all of your favorite dishes. This includes the Skirt Steak Poutine, their own take on the Canadian classic. It’s a mix of French fries, melted mozzarella, red wine, brown gravy and tender steak. It’s a favorite at Born And Raised and will set you back a cool $9.
Robert Irvine’s Public House
Headed by a celebrity chef and located inside the Tropicana, Robert Irvine’s Public House is a must-taste destination for foodies in Las Vegas. The 9,000-square-foot restaurant specializes in a wide variety of comfort food options, each inspired by Chef Irvine’s culinary travels. Although they don’t have a large poutine selection, Robert Irvine’s Public House offers a unique mix that includes tater tots, pulled pork, Guinness shiitake gravy and goat cheese. This mouth-watering dish will run you $16.
Naked City Pizza
A family-owned and operated staple with five locations spread across Las Vegas, Naked City Pizza is the popular stop when you want a slice. For those looking for a little more, the pizzeria also offers a number of French fry options, including poutine. Their take on the classic snack mixes fresh mozzarella cheese and in-house beef gravy with the hand-cut, house-made fries. It’s an irresistible treat that pairs perfectly with a slice of Naked City Pizza’s specialty pies.