Located just off the Strip, Osaka Bistro has been around for over 50 years, so while you debate what people talked about during middle-of-the-night meals in the ’70s, sit down in one of their huge booths and take advantage of their late-night menu. They have discounted half-rolls and small plates - the baked NZ mussels, steamed gyoza, yakitori (go for the heart and liver if you’re feeling iron deficient), and 911 roll are some of our favorites. Regular menu items are also still available if you want to go all out with things like live surf clams and abalone. Either way, try putting your phone away the whole time for the full effect.
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