Popular steakhouse Smith & Wollensky will close its Las Vegas Boulevard location, just north of MGM Grand, in early June. The popular chain is not leaving town, however. The closing will precede a move to a new space.
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The 1950s facade and the interior — vinyl-covered booths, spinning counter stools and stainless steel accents — might fool you into expecting a burger joint with ice cream sodas. Guess again.
Creating drinks for robotic bartenders to serve is, it seems, very different from creating drinks for human bartenders. “Yes, of course it was,” said Francesco Lafranconi. “They have a different temper, different behavior than regular bartenders.”
The fresh52 farmers and artisans market has returned to Inspirada’s Solista Park, 1890 Via Firenze in Henderson, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the second and fourth Saturday of the month, which means it’ll be there this week.
Touch the screen. Place your order. Pay for your food. Have your Big Mac delivered via table service. Welcome to the new McDonald’s in Las Vegas.
Chocolate. Because you can.
Minus5, kept at -5 degrees celsius, 23 degrees Fahrenheit, will open inside Grand Canal Shoppes, Minus5 President Noel Bowman said. He will hire about 30 people.
As cliche as a beret and baguette, the charming French boite, short on space and tucked into some out-of-the-way spot, serves food that is transcendent while staying true to tradition. The case in point here is Oh La La French Bistro, which last fall joined the valley’s meager quotient of Gallic gastronomy.
Executive Chef Steve Benjamin has announced that he’s leaving L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon at the MGM Grand after 12 years at the restaurant.
Japanese whisky is experiencing a golden age. Some credit actor Bill Murray, who made reference to it in the 2003 film “Lost in Translation,” with bringing it to prominence.
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