- by TheFrankster on 02/08/2012
One of the waiters that worked here decided to start training mixed martial arts while serving a table behind me and elbowed my head. I should have known watching the younger gentlemen shadowboxing every chance he had a break. Friggin moron.
- by joeyvista on 01/25/2012
Not the fanciest place but fun and good time wait.
- by collins82 on 01/17/2012
Fun place to go if you don't care about the night. The food and drinks are fairly good but nothing exceptional and the crowd I saw was generally under 30. There are other bars I prefer over Dicks Last Resort but that being said it is still a place you should at least go to once.
- by OntheMark on 12/14/2011
If you're young and like a bunch of stupid loud kids running around, then sure, go to Dick's. but why when there are so many better options in this part of town.
- by Raffa on 09/14/2011
With all the bars in this area, why even come here. it's out of control sometimes and really a hang out for kids who just turned 21. I'm way too old and don't need the too-cool-for-school attitude.
- by ShAnDeeZyY on 06/20/2011
Went to dicks in vegas & i loved it. funny good atmosfere would love to go back. gota admit, it was pricy but the entertainment was good i wish they had a dicks here in LA.
- by beckklu on 05/01/2011
This place is supposed to be fun, not at all. If you confuse vulgarity and sexuall verbal abuse for fun then I guess so. Our waiter, Vick, was so personally insulting that my 20 year old daughter would not eat her food, because as she put it "" I wouldn't be surprised if these are the kind of people that spit in your food"". - Oh, and also, Vick the waiter, had no problem telling us about the sh%@#$y food they served there. Will never ever ever go back.
- by MeganDelIsland on 03/24/2011
Ah, Dick's Last Resort. This place is great if you're looking for a fun/funny night out with friends or for a celebration. The servers really get into character and seem like they enjoy getting into the theme. I love that the whole restaurant has a unified theme, actually - the food is served in metal buckets, the servers throw straws and utensils (folded in napkins) at you, and funny paraphernalia on the walls. The food is pretty good from what I remember..nothing too special or unique, but good enough to go back and eat there multiple times. A bit pricey which is a shame because I don't think the food is all that unique, but I think the inflated price is due to the theme of the restaurant. It's a restaurant I've been to multiple times, but it's more for big groups of friends and is usually a planned thing. Not really a good impromptu place unless you're in the mood for it.
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