Breakfast Ribeye good enough for dinner at Jackson’s

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When I have a big bet on a game, a lot of times I’ll stay home to watch it instead of going to a sports book because in the book I might have to listen to most of the crowd rooting for the other side.

Nothing worse than if you are losing a game to be out somewhere and everyone else is yelling and having a good time because their team is winning. If I want to go out to watch a big play and be sure the crowd will be rooting for my team, I will often go to a bar that caters to fans of the club I bet.

Yes, as gamblers we have some silly superstitions. One such team bar is Jackson’s Bar and Grill (6020 W. Flamingo Ave.) a Green Bay Packers bar as well as the Wisconsin Badgers.

Jackson’s is a great place to watch the game and have some good food. There are plenty of TV’s and food-wise I have had several items to enjoy. You can order breakfast 24 hours a day.

On my first visit I went with the Ribeye and Eggs breakfast, which takes steak and eggs to a whole other level. This is a 16 ounce ribeye served with two eggs hash browns and toast. The steak was huge and cooked to perfection. It would have satisfied me if it was served as a dinner steak instead of breakfast, it was that good.

The hash browns were cooked to a golden brown. I hate when my hash browns are not crispy and these were perfect. The ribeye and eggs were $13.99.

On my next visit I stopped in after a late night of poker on the Strip and wanted breakfast before calling it a night. I ordered the Ham Steak and Eggs. The ham steak took up an entire plate by itself as it was 20 ounces. Yes, I said 20 ounces. This meal for just $9.99 is an absolute steal. I had to take half of my ham steak home as I couldn’t finish it.

 

What would a sports bar be without wings and other finger food items to eat while watching the games? I ordered the wings during a Thursday night visit along with their Parmesan Crusted Potatoes. These were homemade potato chips crusted in Parmesan cheese, garlic and seasonings.

They were amazing, especially if you love garlic, which I do. The wings were good, too. I asked for my wings to be done extra crispy and they did them just the way I like them.

Jackson’s is known for their steak specials as they have a 10 ounce New York Steak for $11.99 that comes with your choice of potato.

One of their most popular specials is their Monday Night Prime Rib where you get a 16 ounce prime rib and potato for $12.99.

Get there early as it starts at 5 p.m. and they say it’s usually sold out by 8:30 or 9. I haven’t tried it yet but I see Prime Rib and Monday Night Football in my immediate future.

So whether you are looking for a big hearty breakfast, a great steak or just watching a game with some wings, Jackson’s Bar and Grill has you covered. I give it 3.75 forks.

Marco D’Angelo is a Race Horse Owner & Breeder, Professional Sports Handicapper & Bettor. You can find Marco at WagerTalk.com and by following him on twitter: @MarcoInVegas @MarcoInVegas. You can contact him at [email protected].

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