Izakaya Go is somewhere you’ll leave feeling like you just learned a secret, even though it’s a quick five-minute drive from the Strip, because the food is so good and super reasonably priced. The Happy Hour menu is available from 10pm-3am and is one of the best deals in the city, though most items on their regular menu are already under $20, with lots of options under $10. The tuna belly steak and fried oysters are highlights, as are the skewers.
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