Whether entertaining guests from out of town, visiting Las Vegas for the holidays or just taking in the scene on your own, these guides can help navigate what's happening. Keep family, friends and even yourself entertained during the holidays in Las Vegas.
Updating the casual dining headed to the Strip mall Fashion Show mall is preparing to roll out some new quick and casual options for its hungry shoppers over the next few months. Already revealed, The Pizza Press will be bringing its...Show More Summary
“Farm-to-Table, 100% gluten-free and GMO-free” choices Arizona’s Grabbagreen will debut its healthy alternative to fast and casual dining at two Las Vegas locations next year, and the first location to debut is now confirmed for Village...Show More Summary
Big, big plans include gaming, clubs and the Cat’s Meow Neonopolis owner and eternal optimist Rohit Joshi has even bigger plans than usual for his downtown venue and he shared some of his ambitious vision with current and future tenants earlier this month. Show More Summary
All can be yours for $18.9 million It took eight years for The Venue Las Vegas to make good on its promise to debut on Fremont East and just over two more for the 40,000-square-foot facility to be put up for sale. The three-story, mixed-use...Show More Summary
Seven places to eat casual turkey day fare HENDERSON — The Steamie Weenie has the Franksgiving Feast with a quarter-pound turkey frank topped with stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce, served with sweet potato fries, available through Nov. Show More Summary
What to order, table side dishes and more Welcome to One Year In, a feature in which Eater Vegas talks with the chefs and owners of restaurants celebrating their first anniversary. Stephen Blandino opened his restaurant Americana a year ago on Lake Jacqueline in Desert Shores. Show More Summary
A meal with a world-class view From the right spot on Fremont Street, it’s possible to witness a strange sunset ritual. Helicopters appear on the horizon, hovering in a perfectly straight line on their way back to Las Vegas from the Grand Canyon. Show More Summary
The brutal year for restaurants continues Two more restaurants closed in Las Vegas in in the past few weeks. First up, the short-lived Two Bald Brothers, the Mediterranean restaurant in Fremont East, shuttered after less than five months in business. That restaurant took the place of Zydeco Po-Boys, which shuttered in March. Show More Summary
The Taiwan import arrives in Chinatown Promising to go “where no tea has gone before,” Taiwanese global mega-chain Chatime officially debuts in Las Vegas this weekend, the first of “multiple” local expansions. The 2,015-square-foot space...Show More Summary
Another rock ‘n’ roll bar for the Mötley Crüe star? Could a Vince Neil rock ‘n’ roll themed tavern be a future stop on visitor travels to and from McCarran International Airport? A lease signed earlier this month points to the Mötley...Show More Summary
Brett Raymer of Tanked opens his third location Donut Mania Address: 6320 Simmons St., North Las Vegas Phone: 702-902-5714 Hours: Open Monday through Sunday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m, or until the doughnuts are gone. Tanked host Brett Raymer shows no signs of letting up with his Donut Mania franchise, now on the brink of opening its third location. Show More Summary
Jimmy Kimmel, Guy Fieri, Larry Johnson and more.
“The Cyr wheel is a mystical apparatus. There’s something about whirling dervishes that is very entrancing.”
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There will be five locations to choose from in 2018 Local favorites Sambalatte held a grand opening ceremony for its first downtown coffee shop earlier this month, but the owners are already well advanced in plans for another location,...Show More Summary
A taste of Hollywood, from early morning to late at night Café Hollywood Address: Planet Hollywood Resort, 3667 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Phone: 725-732-1222 Status: Open 24 hours. The unplanned demise of 24-hour diner Planet Dailies at Planet Hollywood due to water damage has proven to be an unexpected source of luck for the resort. Show More Summary
At the Groovy Nights-themed Today for Tomorrow gala, at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas; Governor Sandoval was honored by Communities In Schools of Nevada, as guests got down with their (not so) bad selves
Nine ways to get out of cooking Instead of spending the entire day cooking Thanksgiving dinner, let the restaurants of Las Vegas do the cooking. Some have to-go meals packaged up with turkey, the fixings and dessert ready to arrange on the table. Show More Summary