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China Lights lantern festival’s Valley debut packs Chinese whimsy and culture

Starting January 19, Craig Ranch Regional Park will transform nightly into a glowing wonderland, building up to a Chinese New Year blowout on February 16.

From superheroes to ‘Star Trek,’ local filmmakers express their love with slick self-made movies

In 2015, Paramount and CBS sued the makers of a Star Trek fan film, leading to a set of guidelines for fan filmmakers.

The Essential Thai Restaurants of Las Vegas

Try one of these 15 outstanding Thai restaurants Las Vegas comes up with a royal flush when it comes to Thai food. Order it by spice level, with protein as well as vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free dishes found in their own special sections on the menu. Show More Summary

Jinya Ramen Expands to the Southwest

More handmade noodles in a thick, slow simmered broth Now operating more than two dozen locations across the country, Los Angeles-based Jinya Ramen Bar is ready to launch a second Las Vegas site later this year. Reported by locals Power Broker Confidential, Jinya will take over a 2,400-square-foot space at 7240 S. Show More Summary

Cipriani and Urth Caffé Confirmed for Wynn

Now aiming for an early summer debut at Wynn Plaza Wynn Plaza, the 72,851-square-foot retail addition to the Wynn Las Vegas resort, has reset its opening date from fall 2017 to an “early summer 2018 grand opening” and now its two anchor dining attractions have been confirmed. Headed to the second level will be the first non-California, U.S. Show More Summary

Michael Mina Renovates at the Bellagio in 2018

Plus a new time frame for Spago’s arrival Next up for a big change at the Bellagio — Michael Mina, the seafood restaurant with French influences and Japanese ingredients at the Bellagio. Sometime this year, the restaurant that sits at...Show More Summary

Lucky Dragon Heads to the Auction Block

The Chinese-themed resort that closed its restaurants and casino now face foreclosure In the market for a Chinese-themed resort? Lucky Dragon, which closed its restaurants and casino earlier this month, heads into foreclosure after just over a year in business. Show More Summary

Metro Diner OUT in Spring Valley

The first to arrive is the first to close No longer “where the locals eat” in Spring Valley, Metro Diner confirms an Eater tip that its Tropicana location has shuttered. Unable to even make it to a first anniversary celebration, Metro...Show More Summary

Get a First Peek Behind the Plywood at China Tang

Starring a chef with a three Michelin star pedigree One of the biggest debuts of the year and a rare newcomer to the Las Vegas fine dining scene, China Tang launches at the MGM Grand next month and is finally giving a hint of the elegance...Show More Summary

Meet the New Lunch Coming to the Arts District

Esther’s Kitchen dishes out quick meals midday Starting today, the new Italian restaurant in the Arts District starts serving lunch. Now opening Tuesday through Friday at 11 a.m., Esther’s Kitchen features a lunch menu of salads, sandwiches, pizzas, and pastas. Owner James Trees promises that “lunch service will be a little different than dinner. Show More Summary

Lisa Fischer Speaks! Part 3

Ahead of her upcoming Las Vegas shows, with her band Grand Baton, the incredible Lisa Fischer takes a walk down Memory Lane. Part 3 – inside the music industry, word-association, and the voices Lisa Fischer loves. [Part 3 of 3]

A Guide to Kid-Friendly Restaurants in Las Vegas

Where to take your kids to eat in Las Vegas When it comes to catering to kids, not all restaurants are the same. Some might be just a bit too chichi for the younger crowds and don’t offer a menu just for the young ones. Because of this, families always seem to end up at the same spots time and time again. Show More Summary

Where To Find Great Creole Food in Las Vegas

Just in time for Mardi Gras Mardi Gras takes place on Feb. 13, kicking off Lent, which starts on Ash Wednesday. Creole cooking began in Louisiana and is an intermingling of French, Spanish, Indian, Caribbean, Portuguese, Greek, and Italian influences, just to name a few. Show More Summary

Cinnaholic Fans, the Henderson Location Has an Opening Date

Three chances to win free cinnamon rolls for a year Keeping its promise, Berkeley, California-based vegan bakery Cinnaholic is expanding to Henderson and has lined up an opening date celebration, complete with prizes for early-bird customers. Cinnaholic’s...Show More Summary

Ube Alert! California’s Cafe 86 Coming to Spring Valley

Halo-Halo bread pudding and leche flan cupcakes For those who have only recently noticed photos of violet-hued desserts on their social media timelines or fans, Cafe 86 in Spring Valley wants to be the go-to destination for an intensive...Show More Summary

Five Restaurants To Try Before a Show at the Smith Center

Dinner and a show Critics of Las Vegas have long derided the city’s lack of culture. Those familiar with The Smith Center, the city’s epicenter for the performing arts, know that those critiques are without merit. Opened in 2012, The Smith Center in Downtown Las Vegas is home to the Nevada Ballet Theater and the Las Vegas Philharmonic. Show More Summary

Everything To Know About Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen

The menus, the look, the insane lines, and more Already, Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen at the front on Caesars Palace may well be considered the restaurant opening of the year. The chef drew huge lines of fans when his fifth Las Vegas restaurant opened on Saturday, Jan. Show More Summary

Lisa Fischer Speaks! Part 2

Ahead of her upcoming Las Vegas shows, with her band Grand Baton, the incredible Lisa Fischer takes a walk down Memory Lane. Part 2 – the appeal of silence, singing with Dolly Parton, and picking a set-list while touring. [Part 2 of...

Million Dollar Denny’s to South Point

Stop at “America’s Diner” when leaving the Strip A second national chain will be joining Indianapolis, Indiana-based Steak ‘n Shake on the grounds of South Point. The 24th local outpost of Denny’s is currently working its way through the permit phase to create a 4,800-square-foot, free-standing restaurant at 9777 Las Vegas Blvd. Show More Summary

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