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The Beast Las Vegas Launches New Food Challenge

Located within AREA15, The Beast Las Vegas, an innovative gastropub, has launched the Feast at the Beast Food Challenge. The eatery has also welcomed new lunch and dinner menu items, as well as Instagram-worthy Large Feasts and Colossal Treats. 

The Beast Las Vegas presents the Feast at the Beast Food Challenge for diners with a hearty appetite. This endeavor features a 7-lb. meal that includes a 2-lb. seasoned beef burger, with a pound each of crispy bacon and American Cheese, and an array of fresh toppings, including lettuce, onions, pickles and Thousand Island sauce, all served on a King’s Hawaiian loaf. Served on the side is a pound of fries and four signature potato tornadoes. Completing the Feast at the Beast Food Challenge results in a free meal, while partial attempts come at the price tag of $88.

Gather your friends for The Beast’s epically portioned Large Feasts, designed for parties of six or more people. Siren’s Catch comes with eight pounds of blackened salmon, accompanied by Oysters Rockefeller and fried blackened cod fajitas. Beast on the Bayou transports you to the South with Cajun-spiced alligator, buttermilk-battered frog legs, and a bounty of shrimp, crawfish and hot links. The Land and Sea Beast Feast (pictured at top of page) lets guests experience the best of both worlds with a decadent combination of whole-roasted prime rib and Maine lobster. The final Feast is the Succulent Suckling Pig Feast, which comes with a 25-lb. whole pig and an 8-lb. platter of short ribs.

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Feast at the Beast Food Challenge

Whether you’re craving appetizers, entrees, desserts or cocktails, The Beast’s The Colossal Treats has something for everyone. Indulge in jumbo-sized dishes and drinks that promise phenomenal flavors and portion sizes (and plenty of photo ops!), perfect for sharing with friends or savoring solo. The Colossal Treats include a pull-apart pulled pork cheese melt, Junk Yard nachos, Bavarian pretzels, an onion ring stack, a BBQ sampler and a Caesar salad. There are two desserts to choose from—am 8-in. half-baked cookie or Pineapple Delight–in addition to a trio of cocktail concoctions, like The Mango Tango Goblet (a reposado-based cocktail), A Bloody Feast (a vodka-based Bloody Mary) and The Aquarium (a vodka-based fishbowl).

In addition to these extravagant offerings, The Beast Las Vegas is introducing a tempting new selection of burgers, sandwiches, salads and entrees, available for lunch and dinner. New dishes include the ancient grain bowl, wedge salad, brisket cheesesteak, classic cheeseburger, PigPen sandwich with BBQ pulled pork, short rib tortellini, grilled salmon, grilled ribeye, buttermilk-fried chicken and cavatappi bolognese. Locals can also enjoy a special $10 discount on any Belly of The Beast pizza every Tuesday by presenting their Nevada ID.

The Beast Las Vegas is open daily from noon to 10 p.m. Reservations are recommended to secure a table.

For more information, visit

3215 S. Rancho Dr. Ste. 140
Las Vegas, NV 8910

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