The Tivoli Village spot that’s now the valley’s second PKWY Tavern doesn’t have a revolving door but ought to, considering the brief tenancy of its previous occupants. But PKWY Tavern seems to be a good fit for the sometimes-awkward space.
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Chubby Cattle is a lot of fun. It is Southern Nevada’s first — and, apparently, only — conveyor-belt restaurant.
Dishes characterized the global flavors in which executive chef Timon Balloo specializes, but Sugarcane’s Miami origins are also well represented on the menu.
Gaati Thai Kitchen finds a way to best other Thai restaurants with its fresh, lively dishes.
The minds that conceived the Downtown Grand restaurant have some good ideas, but someone needs to work on execution.
The glatt kosher restaurant also offers entrees and burgers, but you won’t find tapas like these anywhere else in the Las Vegas Valley.
The new restaurant at Sam’s Town executed the classic dish flawlessly.
Shawn McClain’s Sage at Aria is one of the best fine-dining restaurants in the city. His Libertine Social at Mandalay Bay is much more casual, but there are parallels between the two.
Whole Foods Markets and IFA Country Store are places that carry anasazi beans, according to Taste of the Town readers.
The Henderson restaurant’s creative all-small-plates menu reflects the iconoclastic but playful spirit of the late Simon.
The restaurant is old-Vegas elegant, with circular booths interspersed with table lamps throwing a soft glow. The menu is mostly old Vegas, too, with a big selection of steaks with topping and sauce options and two sizes of chilled shellfish platters.
The Halal Guys fits in somewhere in the middle of the valley’s Middle Eastern spots. But one place they really stand out is customer service, especially if you have dietary restrictions.
Chick-Fil-A’s first two outlets in Southern Nevada are scheduled to open in January.
The past few years have seen a considerable proliferation of places that serve breakfast and lunch, and they seem to just keep getting better and better — more creative and innovative, with the attention to detail and quality of execution to back them up. Among them is Served.
The new restaurant planned at JW Marriott will take advantage of a pleasant outdoor area that features waterfalls and extensive landscaping.
The stars of the show here are seafood-related, such as the swordfish. And guests get to choose from among five preparation methods.
The food, service and atmosphere are all on the same lofty level at chef Marc Sgrizzi’s place, which for a suburban spot has a fairly elegant vibe.
Anthony Meidenbauer is executive chef for the Block 16 Hospitality Group, whose Las Vegas restaurants include Holsteins Shakes and Buns, Public House, Haute Doggery, Flour & Barley and The Barrymore, which just marked its fifth anniversary at the Royal Resort.
White truffles may retail at $1,900 and up — and up, and up — but Ronnie Rainwater, executive chef at Delmonico Steakhouse at The Venetian, says some customers come in specifically for the restaurant’s annual Truffle Week.
Downtown Crown Pub offers exceptional service and puts the lie to the idea that English cuisine is an oxymoron.
Let the “Good Times!” begin as Taste of the Town readers spot them at dollar stores, among other spots.
“Vegas is Vegas. The most famous city in the world. I’m proud to be here,” the chef said in reference to opening his latest restaurant at the MGM Grand.
It’s not just the famous omelets that are large at Squeeze In. Many of its other quirky offerings are, too.
Expanding beyond its Downtown Container Park locale, JinJu Chocolates has a new shop and larger menu of sweet treats.
A reader feared Las Vegans might have to travel all the way to San Luis Obispo, California, to get coveted San Luis Cracked Wheat Sourdough Bread. But a source closer to home has been found.
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