Give In To The Tasty Upgrades At Chubby Cattle (Las Vegas Weekly)

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Deni might be the best upseller I’ve ever encountered, a man who could teach the boys of Glengarry Glen Ross a few things about how to close.   Our waiter at Chubby Cattle on a recent Saturday night is crushing it. My friends and I are a little annoyed that the restaurant isn’t selling alcohol. But Deni, with his hair pulled back and the swagger of a fella who’s been here before, somehow convinces me that the fresh juices are…

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The 17 Hottest Restaurants in Las Vegas Right Now (Eater, Las Vegas)

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Conveyor belt dining finally arrives in Las Vegas. Chubby Cattle specializes in hot pots, heated in front of each guest and featuring a wide variety of choose-your-own ingredients. Guests first select their flavor of broths, beginning with the $3.99 house original, or the $4.99 "Dragon King Seafood" or head into a dramatic world of spice, with levels of "hell" ranging from entry "level 6," to the $6.99 "Deepest Level Hell 18." Next, you choose your sauce of soy, chili or…

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Asian Influence and Population Growth Brings Economic Benefit to Vegas Valley(Las Vegas Business Press)

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Anyone who has lived in Las Vegas more than 30 years has seen a lot of changes, not only along the tourist corridors of the Las Vegas Strip and Downtown’s Glitter Gulch, but the neighborhoods and side streets as well.   Spring Mountain Road, which starts at Las Vegas Boulevard and heads west to Hualapai Way, is one of those major streets that has seen dramatic change visually and culturally.   Now, distinguished by its Asian-themed restaurants, grocery stores, shops…

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HOW IT WORKS: CHUBBY CATTLE’S CONVEYOR-BELT HOT POT(Las Vegas, Weekly)

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Las Vegas finally has its first conveyer-belt restaurant, but it’s not the quick-dining sushi concept you might expect. Instead, Chubby Cattle, Chinatown’s new Mongolian hot pot spot, focuses on savory stews and broths and premium cuts of meat and fresh vegetables you cook yourself.   Even if you haven’t been to a conveyer restaurant in Japan—or LA or New York—you’ve probably seen footage of these popular sushi bars, trays of food being carted through the restaurant on a moving beltway.…

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