Thanks to The Retreat on Charleston Peak for sponsoring this trip. All opinions are my own.
On our recent trip to The Retreat on Charleston Peak, one of the highlights was the food. In fact, one of the first things the new ownership changed was the dining options at their Canyon Restaurant. I must say, we were very happy with their choices.
It started with the environment. I loved the tall, wood beamed ceilings and the fireplace.
And nothing could beat the view from the dining room window.
We ate two meals in the dining room. The first was dinner. We weren’t incredibly hungry after a day of road trip food, so we stuck to the appetizer menu. First up was the fried cheese with marinara sauce. Absolute heaven.
To continue with our fried theme (there were healthier options – we were just in a fried mood), Nathan got the Fish and Chips (which was large enough to be a meal).
I couldn’t get past the Smoked Brisket Flautas. It was the first thing that caught my eye on the menu and I knew that was what I wanted.
For breakfast, Nathan went savory and I went sweet. Again, the first thing that caught my eye on the menu was the Tres Leches Bread Pudding French Toast. To. Die. For.
For Nathan, he thoroughly enjoyed the Brunch Biscuit. I sneaked a bite, and that biscuit was delicious!
With the fact that the hotel is intentionally removed from the action of the Strip, having strong dining options was an absolute must. We were more than happy to take all our meals at the Canyon Restaurant while we were at The Retreat at Charleston Peak – and there were plenty more menu items that I wanted to try!
Anything look appetizing to you? What usually catches your eye on a menu? Leave your thoughts in the comments below!