The Cut Throat Saloon is in the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Nevada. It is right next door to the casino. They have appetizers / soups / salads / entrees / sandwiches / and pizzas. There appetizers include Grilled Portobello Mushrooms with asparagus, sautéed mushrooms, served on roasted tomato coulis; Tahoe Spuds with Cajun chicken and bacon, topped with cheddar and pepper jack cheese, served with sour cream; Loaded Sierra Nachos; or Roasted Crab and Spinach Dip with Flatbread. Their soups / salads include Western Chili, Grilled Chicken Caesar or Saloon Salad, with crisp greens, black forest ham, smoked turkey, bacon, eggs, cheddar, provolone, Swiss cheese, tomato-cucumber relish. Entrees / sandwiches including Prime Rib Sandwich, Fish and Chips, Grilled Chicken Panini with boursin cheese, caramelized onions on ciabatta bread, Steak and Fries or Barbecue Grilled Salmon. Their pizzas are the Caprese Pizza, Barbecue Chicken Pizza, Three-topping Cheese Pizza. Their prices range from $7.00-$30.00. They are famous for their dollar bill walls and ceiling. People come and pin-up a dollar bill on the wall and when the walls are packed they take the dollars down and give the dollars to charity. The Cut Throat Saloon is one of my favorite places to eat at lake Tahoe. I recommend going and eating and also putting up a dollar bill on the wall.
Hadley – 10
The Cut Throat Saloon is a restaurant inside the Hyatt Casino. It is open to the public, and it allows kids too. When they have the blackjack tournament the appetizers are on sale for half price – which is every Wednesday. We did not eat a full meal there, but we got appetizers. The things we got were the nachos, the pizza, and potato slices. First, my favorite – the nachos – they had jalapeno, cheese, pulled pork, and chips which was really good. My second favorite was the potato slices. They had chesse and bacon. The pizza was my least favorite because the pizza had no flavor other than the pepperoni, so I would not get it again. That is what I thought of the Cut Throat Saloon.