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The executive pastry chef has one restaurant that makes him return to the Strip Sin City is home to a lot of restaurants and bars, but there are tons of hidden gems that the majority of Las Vegans aren't unearthing. To help guide usShow More Summary
The L.A. institution is reinventing its look in Las Vegas New renderings and updated paperwork give an insight into the progress of famed Los Angeles’ landmark Canter’s Deli’s plans for Las Vegas, on its way to becoming the dining anchor...Show More Summary
It might be the most specifically focused casino project in the history of Las Vegas.
Yonaka Modern Japanese may be known for its divine sushi and must-order dishes such as the Brussels sprouts and anything on the specials menu. Do put yourself in chef Ramir DeCastro’s hands for a thrilling ride through the menu that won’t bust your wallet. Show More Summary
Cocktails, gaming and a private dining space arrive very soon The shuttered, 13-year-old Seahorse Lounge space at Caesars Palace has been undergoing a very pricey renovation and revamp since July, but will return by the end of the month with a new look and concept. Alto Bar will debut the evening of Friday, Oct. Show More Summary
Where to find the best slices of pie in Las Vegas Although we now find the luxury of sitting down to enjoy a piece of pie, historically, pies were made as an easy way to travel with and store food. These pies were meant as a holding dish to preserve the filling which would be eaten, while the outside of the pie would be discarded or inedible. Show More Summary
All dessert, all week long Welcome to Eater's first-ever Sweets Week. Starting right now and lasting through sometime on Friday, Eater Vegas (and the rest of the Eater universe) will be obsessing over all things involving desserts — whether pies and cakes or cobblers and cookies. Show More Summary
And one is a must-visit bakery Sin City is home to a lot of restaurants and bars, but there are tons of hidden gems that the majority of Las Vegans aren't unearthing. To help guide us to these potential discoveries, we've enlisted some...Show More Summary
A new breakfast and lunch spot arrives in Spring Valley Mimosas Gourmet Address: 3455 S. Durango Dr., Suite 114 Phone: 702-463-7009 Status: Open daily from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday Mimosas Cafe launched in San...Show More Summary
Lavo brings the ultimate sundae with a heap of ice cream and more Lavo Italian Restaurant at the Palazzo already has some pretty crazy dishes. A one-pound meatball is a darling among the celebrity clientele. The Oreo zeppole for dessert is a favorite, too. Show More Summary
Plus a new executive pastry chef at Wynn and a Detroit chef returns to Las Vegas Anthony Esparza, the general manager of Carmine’s at the Forum Shops at Caesars, heads to La Table Houston to become the director of operations for the French restaurant. Show More Summary
Sweet treats, costume parties, creepy cocktails, big-name stars and more take over the city starting tonight BELLAGIO and ARIA — Visit the zombies in search of their next victim now haunting Jean Philippe Pâtisserie at both resorts. The Halloween-themed displays features gory and gruesome body parts as well as cakes and pastries. Show More Summary
Their “Craft Pub” is headed to the Grand Bazaar Shops Staunchly loyal locals Born and Raised are expanding once again, placing its third location right in the heart of the Las Vegas action. Unlike the very popular tavern and loungesShow More Summary
Britney Spears has infused more energy into her Las Vegas residency, BRITNEY: Piece of Me; and it pays off, realizing its tagline of being “Remixed. Reimagined. Still Iconic.”
The Arts District has a new dining and drinking hub Cornish Pasty Co. Address: 10 E. Charleston Blvd. Phone: 702-862-4538 Status: Now open for lunch and dinner Cornish Pasty Co. has completed the move from its two-year-old Commercial...Show More Summary