A steakhouse-style restaurant located on the former outskirts of town, Bob Taylor's keeps alive the pre-metropolis era when Las Vegas was a Western ranch town. It's worth venturing here for mesquite-grilled steaks; the smoked prime rib is a house specialty, and the complimentary garlic bread irresistibly savory.
These days, suburbs have grown around it, but it's still filled with vintage decor, especially movie posters from Hollywood Westerns. A pack of cute but feral cats live on the manicured grounds, and can sometimes be seen lounging on the lawn. If you brought your cowboy hat, this is the place to wear it proudly like a true buckaroo.