Former model and actress Sandra Taylor, a certified sommelier, provides her services to suite holders on the 150 Level at Las Vegas Raiders’ Allegiant Stadium.
Casa Playa, which is only the second Mexican restaurant in the history of Wynn Las Vegas, specializes in grilled seafood similar to that served on Mexico’s coasts.
In an effort to assist restaurants still trying to financially recover from the crippling pandemic, the city of Las Vegas is offering free weekday parking for lunchtime patrons in specific locations downtown.
Here are five places in Las Vegas offering up some special cocktails for Halloween.
Adam Lambert plays the Venetian Theatre, a downtown book festival and “Dune” debuts in theaters to highlight things to do around the Las Vegas Valley this week.
“MasterChef” winner Shaun O’Neale and mixologist Benjamin Browning plan to open “social dining spot” Larrea in former location of The Blind Pig on Dean Martin Drive.
The Bellagio is the only American location for Le Cirque, the famed restaurant that operated in New York from 1974 to 2018, although there are outlets overseas.
McDonald’s is offering free food to celebrate the opening of a new store in northwest Las Vegas.
Two new restaurants at Harrah’s and Paris Las Vegas will join the Bobby’s Burgers at Caesars Palace, also home to his Italian spot, Amalfi.
The California-based company, with nine locations in its home state, has opened on Craig Road near Highway 95, serving plant-based versions of many fast foods.
They’ve done everything they could to keep it a secret, but the news is out. La Cocina Exclusiva opened today.
Lettuce Entertain You, which has had Mon Ami Gabi and The Eiffel Tower Restaurant since Paris Las Vegas opened in 1999, plans an Italian spot at the Forum Shops.
Wakuda will be the first restaurant in America from Tetsuya Wakuda, who has spots in Singapore and Australia and has been honored as a Japanese Master of Cuisine.
Ice Cube headlining “Nightmare on Q Street,” a film festival and a renaissance fair highlight things to do around the Las Vegas Valley this week.
Vegas Unstripped, which started as a locals-restaurant rival to the now-defunct Vegas Uncork’d, will draw more than 24 chefs to a closed section of Main Street.