You just finished a bar crawl and you need something cheap and heavy to soak up the last four hours, but you also don’t want to venture too far from the Strip because of your strict plans to be horizontal very soon. Crown and Anchor is the place you’re looking for - it looks like a cottage in the English countryside from the outside and a divey England-themed sports bar inside. The menu is full of pub food that we really like, from scotch eggs and fish and chips to bangers and mash, and it will all be enough to put you immediately to sleep or fuel you for round two if your second wind hits and karaoke somehow sounds like a good idea to you.
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