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Flour and Barley Review

Flour and Barley’s location alone makes it a decent place to stop for a quick bite to eat. It sits in the Linq promenade right at center Strip. My group and I stopped in one afternoon simply because we were looking for something casual and inoffensive. We were at the Flamingo. The pink bird’s restaurant choices only fulfilled one of those requirements. Because pizza is a universally enjoyed delicacy, it’s an easy choice for group decisions.


Four and Barley handled our obligations. They have somewhat inexpensive, moderately tasty pizza. I wouldn’t put it near the upper echelon of Vegas pizzerias, but it’s just fine for what it is. They also have a few other Italian dishes, though I can’t comment on those.


Most pizzas will run you between $15 and $17 and are about the size of a standard medium. I’d say they’re around 12 inches, but I didn’t break out the tape measure. I left it in my room. I don’t fancy myself a cheapskate, more someone who pursues value. Accordingly, I think the pies may be a tad overpriced, but I guess we’re paying for the location.


The same could be said about their beverage selection. If you’re a craft beer fan, you’ll surely find one you know, perhaps, even, one you like. I quite enjoy Hoegaarden, but I don’t see myself paying $8 for a bottle. If you order the $10 16oz bottle of Miller Lite, I’ll cold cock you. Much of their beer selection is bottled. FnB also features specialty, barrel aged cocktails. The selection of these drinks changes frequently, so they’re not listed on their menu.


This isn’t exactly a ringing endorsement of FnB, but, don’t get me wrong, it wasn’t bad. My group had a specific need and it filled it. I don’t plan on making it a place I visit frequently. However, if I’m ever malnourished and near the Linq promenade again, I may just stop back in.

VFB note: I forgot to mention that you can also grab a slice to go, which is a great if you’re in a hurry. FnB is open daily from 11am – Midnight.


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