A French bakery heads to Spring Mountain Korean company SPC Group opted to expand its local, Parisian-inspired presence away from the Strip west to the Chinatown Plaza. The Paris Baguette Cafe debuted at the Venetian’s Grand Canal Shoppes in October 2015, taking over a prominent, two-level spot on the resort’s St. Show More Summary
The nationwide study includes one restaurant that closed and another that’s moving Once again, Tao Asian Bistro at the Venetian is the No. 1 highest-grossing non-chain restaurant in the entire country, topping an impressive list of earners collated and estimated by Restaurant Business magazine. Show More Summary
“Magic” white sauce and gyro platters are on the way Sine 2015, Manhattan’s food truck kings The Halal Guys have been eager to create a late-night destination serving the local nightlife scene on either the Las Vegas Strip or somewhere downtown. Show More Summary
Plus Vista Cocktail Lounge changes hands BOZEMAN, MONTANA — Wondering what happened to Megan and Joe Romano? Megan Romano had Chocolate & Spice bakery on Sahara Avenue, while Joe Romano headed up the food and beverage for PT’s Entertainment. Show More Summary
Less than three weeks after the largest mass shooting in modern U.S. history took place at a packed Las Vegas country music festival, another valley country show with thousands of attendees on Thursday worked to find healing. "You've shown that there are people...
More “ono grinds” on the way Promising “no worries brah,” Makai Pacific Island Grill plans to expand into its second location by the end of the month, or early November, serving up more of its generous portions of Hawaiian barbecue. The...Show More Summary
Subs, salads and beer on the way Taco Bell rolled out its alcohol-infused cantina concept at the Harmon Corner retail center last year and now next door neighbor Subway sees possible profit in offering drinks with its familiar fast-casual...Show More Summary
The restaurant earned 50 demerits as well DOH Chronicles covers restaurant inspections by the Southern Nevada Health District that earn 39 or more demerits. More than 40 demerits or an imminent health hazard calls for the immediate closure...Show More Summary
Dinner and a fountain show A warm desert night spent watching the silhouette of a crowd gathered to take in the dancing Bellagio Fountains creates one of the most authentic moments in Las Vegas. Rivulets of water sway back and forth,...Show More Summary
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Create your own “balanced lifestyle” dishes Hummus Bowls & Wraps Address: 10895 S Eastern Ave., #100 Phone: 725-570-7373 Status: Open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The build-your-own bowl concept has been given a Mediterranean spin at...Show More Summary
Opens with a Dia De Los Muertos Trunk or Treat Festival Leticia Mitchell expands from Centennial to Tivoli Village and in a short turnaround the chef is almost ready to debut her regional Mexican-style restaurant, just in time for its...Show More Summary
Chefs Paul Kahan, Nancy Silverton and Michael Symon join Batali in the kitchen Mario Batali returns to Las Vegas on Saturday, Dec. 9, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Carnevino at the Palazzo with a special dinner. Award-winningShow More Summary
The essential Chinese restaurants of Las Vegas Las Vegas has its fare share of Chinese restaurants, spanning the dumplings of a dim sum feast to the char sui pork, Peking duck to fried rice. High-end places such as Wing Lei at Wynn,Show More Summary
Plus Thomas Keller Bouchon news and Gordon Ramsay’s new show about cocaine BEVERLY HILLS — Thomas Keller’s Bouchon closes on Dec. 31, leaving Los Angeles without the bakery, bistro and bar. Keller couldn’t come to terms with a new lease on the multi-floored restaurant’s building, which is owned by the city. Show More Summary
Plus some tips on dim sum and Korean barbecue 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 readers to these potential discoveries,...Show More Summary