Someone suggested that I copy / paste a couple of the restaurant experiences from my recent trip report in this forum too so it would be easier for people only interested in that info to find it. So, here's a recap of a recent meal at Rx for a party of two couples over age 50: Dinner at Rx Boiler Room was at 7. We have always loved Rick Moonen’s restaurants, including the upstairs R & M that this one replaced. So, maybe my memory of those places unfairly tainted my perception of the new place. Maybe gastropubs really just aren’t my thing. Or maybe it was that I lacked sleep, had a persistent headache and was on a losing streak. In the end, everyone else seemed happy, but, to me, the food was just so-so. Too many fried foods. Too many similar tastes. The ladies got a kick out of the décor. We were placed in a nice private booth near the back, where we could see the waiters go by with dishes that looked intriguing. Our servers were prompt and personable and efficient. We split orders of the Chicken Pot Pie Nuggets, Inside Out French Onion Grilled Cheese and Bacon Wrapped Bacon-N-Egg. All were cute, and it is pretty amazing, I suppose, that each tasted at least as good as any full-sized version of their namesake dish that I've ever had. But I’m normally not going to go out of my way to eat a chicken pot pie, grilled cheese sandwich or bacon and eggs. The nuggets were served in one of those little wire baskets that you see at the upscale buffets nowadays, and we remarked that there must be some vendor out there making a decent living keeping the Vegas eateries well-stocked with 3-inch x 5-inch wire baskets. My future brother-in-law ordered the Shellfish Shepherd’s Pie, of which he offered everyone a taste. It was the best dish of the meal, I think. I had the Moon N Doggies, which are basically corn dogs stuffed with shrimp. Good but still a corn dog at heart. My girlfriend's sister played it safe with a chopped and tossed Cobb salad with 999 island dressing. So I’m thinking that she didn’t see anything else on the main menu that really interested her. And my girlfriend went with the Lamb Osso Bucco Greek Style the braised Oxtail Croquettes Dijonnaise off the small bites menu for her entrée, which she said tasted like beef short ribs rather than lamb. She loves short ribs, though, so she was happy. For dessert, we split a Pie Americana and Rocky Road Pudding. Like the other dishes before, they were good for what they were but just not unique enough to make me want to rush back during our next trip to Las Vegas. All in all, I would probably go downstairs to Moonen’s other restaurant before I’d try the Boiler Room again.