Treasure Island, now known as TI to many, is a Strip casino and resort that features a tropical pool, a variety of restaurants and Las Vegas' first resident Cirque du Soleil show. Become the Big Kahuna when you come visit this island-inspired restaurant. The menu includes burgers, tacos, fajitas and signature drinks.
Before even entering the casino, Treasure Island treats visitors and Strip passersby with a raucous and free pirate show, "Sirens at TI," each evening in the lagoon in front of the property. Don't expect a quiet meal — Kahunaville features lively bartenders, dueling pianos and live music.
Inside, guests will find a 95,000-square-foot casino with thousands of slot machines, a race and sports book, a poker room and plenty of table games. The menu includes island barbecue, steak, seafood and American fare.
Treasure Island boasts a variety of dining options, from unique barbecue at Gilley's, to Vietnamese at Pho, to Carribbean with flair at Kahunaville.
After dark, head over to Senor Frogs for nightlife "where anything can happen," or pick up tickets to the visually stunning "Mystere" by Cirque du Soleil. This is the reincarnation and modern evolution of the famed honky-tonk, cowboy (and cowgirl) saloon and dance hall from Texas.
The menu includes barbecue, burgers, steaks and ribs.
Gilley’s has a live-action show kitchen, custom saddle seats at the saloon bar and a mechanical bull, featuring competitions.
Gilley's offers views of the Las Vegas Strip with access from both inside the Treasure Island casino and a new pedestrian bridge in front of the Song ship in the Sirens of TI show.
The party bar, featuring flair bartenders, opens at 11 a.m. Señor Frog’s operates bar and restaurant locations in Myrtle Beach, Mexico, the Caribbean and Hawaii.
This is the second Señor Frog’s location in the contiguous 48 states.
Poolside Lanai hours (from March through November, weather permitting) are from 7 a.m. Señor Frog’s, a Mexican-Caribbean party restaurant inside Treasure Island on the Las Vegas Strip, features humor, outrageousness and a casual atmosphere for dining.
If the signature drink Caribbean Basil Smash does not hypnotize you, then certainly the call from the Sirens of TI will lure you in to this unique outdoor patio bar with cozy views of the Las Vegas Strip and Sirens Cove. The house specialties include the San Francisco Cioppino featuring clams, shrimp, mussels and fish simmered in a rich tomato broth, and served with sourdough bread; the oven baked Herb and Parmesan Crusted Tilapia, served with fresh vegetable and rice pilaf; and Seafood Shack Clam Bake that includes steamed clams, mussels, prawns, sausage and a whole Maine lobster split and grilled, served with steamed potatoes and coleslaw.