In the basement of the Four Queens Hotel and Casino lies Hugo’s Cellar, a classic Las Vegas establishment open since 1973. The atmosphere is something out of an old Hollywood film, complete with dim lighting and lined tables—staying true to the traditional scene of the city. Locals and tourists alike have flocked to Hugo's for years to experience its excellent service and cozy environment.
On brand with the elegant dining scene in Las Vegas, Hugo’s serves dinner every night between 5–10 p.m. A long-stemmed rose is presented to every female patron, and guests are led to their tables by servers in tuxedos. Tableside dining is available, and a sommelier is present for wine options.
Hugo Cellar’s menu covers all needs. Start with high-scale appetizers such as escargot and shrimp cocktail or take charge with a tableside salad. For entrées, Hugo’s offers a wide variety of choices. Charbroiled steaks, seafood, and duckling round out the selections. Finish up a meal with a “Kona Coffee Experience” for two, or a classic dessert such as Bananas Foster or Cherries Jubilee.
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