It’s a question not many of us, even the most serious sports fans, have pondered: What flavor really matches the Tennesee Titans? The Buffalo Bills? (It gets easier with the 0-8 Detroit Lions: bitterness.)
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.
The Vegas Vegan Culinary School & Eatery in the Arts District has classes like “Makin’ Morning Muffins” for those curious about transitioning to a plant-based diet.
Gina Marinelli, chef of the popular La Strega on Town Center Drive, plans to open Harlo, a steakhouse, in the Downtown Summerlin space that used to be Andiron.
Southern Nevada restaurants and bars are offering free and discounted food and drink to veterans and active members of the military on Veterans Day Nov. 11.
Pioneer Saloon, a Goodsprings landmark that opened in 1913, has had a change in ownership and improvements including new kitchen and restrooms are planned.
The fourth session in the Las Vegas Review-Journal Virtual Food & Cocktail Series on Nov. 11 will cover tamales, Mexican rice pudding and spirited hot chocolate.
Carla Pellegrino, who was opening chef at Rao’s at Caesars Palace and was the chef/owner of the local favorite Bratalian in Henderson, has returned to Las Vegas.
Las Vegas restaurants offer specialty dinners and the Jewish Food Festival returns at Tivoli Village.
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.
“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.