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Stockman’s Steakhouse at Pahrump Nugget offers new menu items, specials

For the first time in two years, the menu at the Pahrump Nugget Hotel-Casino’s popular Stockman’s Steakhouse is receiving a slight makeover to further strengthen the restaurant’s standing as one of Nye County’s finest dining establishments, the company announced Monday.

New menu items at Stockman’s include a pork belly served over polenta, portobello mushroom fries served with a signature sauce, and a braised lamb shank served over risotto.

Guests can also still dine on some of the restaurant’s most popular selections, including coconut prawns, bone-in ribeye steak, and chicken camberra – a sautéed chicken breast served with wild rice, mushrooms, provolone and a bourbon sauce.

The new menu begins on Sept. 6.

“Stockman’s Steakhouse has been a Pahrump tradition since it opened in 2006 and we view these new menu choices as enhancing the restaurant’s experience,” General Manager Jeremy Jenson said in a statement.

The 112-seat restaurant is open from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays; and from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

Golden Casino Group, a division of the Las Vegas-based Golden Entertainment Inc. operates Pahrump Nugget.

The property has 69 hotel rooms, 470 gaming devices, 11 table games (including three poker tables), a race and sports book, a 208-seat bingo facility and a bowling center. Stockman’s is one of three restaurants at the hotel-casino.

Golden Casino Group also operates two other casinos in Pahrump. Gold Town Casino has 274 gaming devices and 125-seat bingo facility.

The Lakeside Casino &RV Park has 193 gaming devices and recreational vehicle park with 160 RV hook-up sites that surrounds a seven-acre man-made lake. The casinos are connected through the Gold Mine Rewards Club.

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