Right now, Southern Nevada barbecue is in the midst of an upward trend, and one of the best of the newcomers is Bell's BBQ in Henderson.
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The question I've been asked most frequently about Firerock Steakhouse is if they serve dishes cooked on rocks, and the answer is no.
I don't usually confuse all that easily — especially when the subject at hand is food-related — but I sure am confused about Phat Phrank's.
The Great Recession delivered a major blow to the Las Vegas restaurant market, but now the local restaurant scene has recovered to the point that it is among the most competitive in the country.
Glutton is of the newish genre of small-plates restaurants that put an emphasis on social dining, and there are large communal tables to accommodate that.
Some of Las Vegas's best chefs are once again stepping out of their kitchens and into food trucks for the second season of "Late Nite Chef Fight."
Now, all of the TV commercials for Dave & Buster's that are broadcast in the Las Vegas market make sense.
They had me at "seasonal football bento box."
Count Jacques Cafe among the new breed of very good counter-service restaurants.
Buddha Belly is an example of one of the most interesting trends in the culinary world today, which is the fusion of flavors and styles from various cuisines.
Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar feels like a weekend in Aspen.
Can't stand another moment of summer? Cool off with a trip to Mount Charleston, and while you're there, check out the restaurant at Mt. Charleston Lodge, 5375 Kyle Canyon Road.
I'll freely admit that, not having spent time in Buffalo, N.Y., I've never had Buffalo wings at the original Anchor Bar, which reportedly is where they were created.
Located inside the Montecito Marketplace, Krazy Sushi offers traditional Japanese food, including noodle and rice plates, seaweed salad, miso soup, edamame, age dashi tofu and vegetable tempura. However, the real star is, of course, the sushi.
Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse in Tivoli Village manages to combine the friendliness of your neighborhood butcher with the class of an elegant, yet casual eatery that is focused on — what else? — steak.
I was tipped to Mykonos Greek Cuisine by its owner, who called to tell me there was an authentic Greek restaurant in Sun City Summerlin — the only authentic one in town, she said, although I suspect some of the other Greek restaurants would wish to dispute that.
Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken, near the dining arroyo of Downtown Summerlin, is a concept that was founded in 1992 by chefs/owners Bruce and Eric Bromberg.
It's 2 a.m., and you are craving some traditional American food. Maybe it is a burger with fries, or maybe you just have a hankering for an early breakfast.
Dougie J's Cafe is named for co-owner Suny Chabrow's son, Spc. Douglas J. Green, killed in action in Afghanistan, and the restaurant is a sort of tribute to members of the military.
Saul Ortiz, corporate executive chef of Tacos & Tequila at Luxor, waxes absolutely poetic as he talks about preparing grilled corn.
Hussong's Cantina has opened a second Las Vegas location in the Boca Park Fashion Village.
Restaurant tips come to me in all sorts of ways. In the case of the Southwest Diner in Boulder City, it was through an item in my Taste of the Town column, which runs Wednesdays.
Perfectionism isn't always a positive trait — unless the subject at hand is a chef.
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