Battista's Hole In The Wall
This Italian joint offers red-sauce classics, all-you-can-drink wine with every meal, plus there's a wandering accordion player who helps set the mood.
From the iconic neon marquee to the circular brick entranceway at the front door, Batista's Hole in the Wall is a comfortably worn-in Italian restaurant in an unlikely spot just east of the Strip—standing out like a sore thumb in the middle of the Cromwell, LINQ, and other tourist destinations. The interior is more kitsch than cozy with the walls overcrowded with busy decorations that range from old vinyl records to rows of miniature liquor bottles (billed as the largest collection in the world). Upside-down buckets hang from the ceiling and posters loudly advertise the regular special: house wine, minestrone or salad, garlic bread, and cappuccino included with every meal—all served under the amber glow of vintage light fixtures.
How to book: Call 702-732-1424 to visit the restaurant's website to book a reservation.