In a place like Nevada, where much of the terrain is arid, growing — and buying — local products may be more of a challenge than in one of the Midwestern farming states. But, still, it’s big business here.
Heidi Knapp Rinella is an award-winning journalist with more than 35 years of experience as a writer and editor at newspapers in Ohio, Florida and Nevada, and is the author of seven books. She’s been with the Review-Journal as a feature writer and food critic since October 1999.
Tent-like structures augment al-fresco offerings at Esther’s Kitchen and Green Valley Ranch and are wildly popular with guests, operators say.
Brother chefs Bryan and Michael Voltaggio plan a Bellagio popup, while other restaurants announce new brunches, and an additional location for L.A.-based Top Round.
Dave’s Hot Chicken, which got its start as a popup, serves chicken tenders, sliders and tender-slider combos at six levels of heat, as well as a no-spice version.
Restaurants in and around Las Vegas have been busy putting their elves to work to create colorful, Christmas-themed dishes just in time for the holiday.
Amalfi, Joel Robuchon, Le Cirque, The NoMad Library and Restaurant Guy Savoy are some of the most expensive — and noteworthy — restaurants to be found in Las Vegas.
Blackout Dining in the Dark, Fly Pie, Sapporo Revolving Sushi, Superfrico and Tipsy Robot help prove that “whatever happens in Las Vegas, only happens here.”
Golden Steer Steakhouse, Hugo’s Steakhouse, Lotus of Siam, Peppermill and Piero’s Italian Cuisine have had long lives in a place that doesn’t exactly honor history.
The Modern Vegan, Pancho’s Vegan Tacos, Saffron The Vegetarian Eatery, Tacotarian and VegeNation offer dozens of plant-based choices of all varieties.
It’s pretty easy for CES attendees to reach a wide variety of restaurants, but those who have rental cars can explore even more, including these five in the suburbs.
Carversteak and Brezza at Resorts World, Olives and One Steakhouse at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas and Casa Playa at Wynn Las Vegas have all opened since last CES.
Dennis Doubin, music director and conductor of the Vegas City Opera, has launched a children’s chorus inspired by his own days at the Moscow Choral Academy.
Carversteak, which is set to open Dec. 30, is backed by a number of veterans of the Las Vegas hospitality industry and promises high tech amid mid-century decor.