Star Chef Opens Todd English P.U.B & Restaurant @ Crystals CityCenter


Star Chef opens Todd English P.U.B. and restaurant at Crystals CityCenter Las Vegas on February 21, 2010. The modern American restaurant offers comfort foods and 20 premium beers with many on tap.


Todd English P.U.B. At Crystals CityCenter

Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |

The long awaited English pub is now opened inside Crystals CityCenter across from EVE Nightclub and Beso Restaurant. Chef Todd English is also the chef at Beso right next door.


Raw Seafood Bar

Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |

English offers his own take on toad in the hole, shepherd’s pie, bubble and squeak. This is a departure of fare from his other location Olives at the Bellagio.


Todd English P.U.B. Interior

Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |


Todd English P.U.B. Signage

Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |

Our contributing photographer Erik Kabik stopped by this evening and enjoyed some food and drinks. He started with a nice pint of Black and Tan (Guiness and Bass), a cheese plate featuring a variety of apples, walnuts, cheeses, and toasted breads.


Dining Room

Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |



Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |


Todd English P.U.B. Bar

Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |



Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |

He then ordered the freshly carved Brisket, served with Challah Bread, BBQ and a honey soy sauce, paired with a delicious pint of Newcastle. The dinner was fresh and tasty.


Raw Bar

Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |


Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |


Todd English P.U.B Exterior At Crystals

Photo by Erik Kabik / Retna |


Outside Seating At Todd English P.U.B.

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Todd English P.U.B. has an extensive menu of comfort foods along with a scrumptious looking Raw seafood bar offering a wide range tastes. There is outside seating and a comfortable spot to meet with friends.

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  1. I visited the Todd English pub on friday of the opening week. Reception and hosts were warm and inviting. We ordered Caesar salad, oysters, stone crab, sliders, and the roast turkey platter. Shellfish and stone crab were fresh although the TE signature cocktail sauce tasted like glorified common ketchup. The Caesar salad was fresh but anchovy and the sharp tang of Parmesan was lacking and strangely included tomatoes. The sliders were perfectly cooked and tasty. The turkey platter was unacceptably dry…Bone dry.
    After this less than par experience we were ready to pay but it took 15 minutes of waving my arms and hands and even flailing them wildly in the air to gain attention from anyone of the staff(no joke). I had to get up and tell the host to tell a waiter to give us our bill even though our waiter was right behind us. The bill arrived from a different waitress that complained we should have flagged her down sooner even though she was not working our section or our table.
    I will NEVER recommend anything with Todd English’s name on it due to this lackluster experience.

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