6435 South Decatur Blvd Las Vegas Nevada 89118   702-767-8438

Rhythm Kitchen Seafood and Steaks
Las Vegas, NV
National Alligator Day 
 Saturday July 15th 2017
On National Alligator Day June 15th, 2017 
Rhythm Kitchen is going to have some New Alligator Entrees.

All featured Alligator Entrees for National Alligator Day come with an Alligator Appetizer of Fried Alligator, Blackened Alligator or Alligator Boudin for only $35! 

Chicken Fried Alligator - an Alligator Steak that is fried and served over garlic mashed potatoes topped with a brown gravy and served with green beans

Grilled Alligator Steak Oscar Style - an Alligator Steak that is grilled then topped "Oscar Style" (lump blue crab, béarnaise, and asparagus served with rice pilaf and green beans. 

Alligator Spaghetti - Blackened Alligator served over a bed of linguine with creole sauce that is like a Cajun style marinara

Fried Alligator Dinner - Fried Alligator served with a choice of side dish. 

Blacken Alligator Dinner- Blackened Alligator served with a choice of side dish. 

Rhythm Kitchen will be open from 5pm to 11pm on National Alligator Day July 15th, 2017 ​

Rhythm Kitchen Seafood and Steaks is located at 6435 South Decatur Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89118 

Alligator Nutritional Facts: 

Alligator Protein Match Up:

Where alligator really shines is in its protein content. Most game meats have more lean muscle tissue than domestic meats have, and alligator is no exception. That same 3.5-ounce serving of alligator packs a punch with close to 46 grams of protein. That's twice as much as the typical cut of domestic beef. A serving of rib-eye steak provides 23 grams of protein, according to the USDA, which is still a good amount.

Alligator Fat Match Up:

One of the drawbacks of beef is its saturated fat content, and even one of the leanest cuts of beef is no match for the low-fat content of alligator meat. Consider this: a 3.5-ounce serving of top sirloin contains 14 grams of total fat and close to 6 grams of saturated fat. The same serving of alligator meat contains only 4 grams of fat and zero saturated fat. Other cuts of beef are even higher in fat. A 3.5-ounce serving of rib-eye steak contains 21 grams of fat and close to 10 grams of saturated fat. In addition, alligator meat contains zero cholesterol.

Alligator Calorie Match Up: 

A 3.5-ounce serving of alligator meat -- about the size of a deck of playing cards -- contains 232 calories, according to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. This amount is slightly less than that of a typical cut of beef. For example, a 3.5-ounce serving of rib-eye steak with the fat trimmed contains 291 calories, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.