Cold-brew coffee has been around for years but has been gaining popularity lately as cofficionados continue to experiment with new and better methods of producing their favorite drink.
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Cheffini’s, from Daniella and Jose “Chepe” Villamil, opened in June as an outgrowth of the late-night hot dog cart that the couple and partner Fabian Arias operated for the past four years, usually in front of Emergency Arts on Fremont Street.
Bad for vampires, good for the rest of us: National Garlic Days are Friday through Sunday.
A couple of downtown events lead off this week: Lay’s “Do Us a Flavor” contest is on Fremont Street, and the second Open Container beer-sampling event is Friday night at the Downtown Container Park.
From Double Helix to Vic’s, these are some sure-fire menus to satisfy a wide variety of flavors that have come to be known as New American.
A crowd-pleasing Louisiana-style eatery is nearing a new opening date.
Here’s some small dishes to tantalize the palate.
Baked goods sit in display cases as customers wait to be called to pick up their order. Packaged sweets cover a table at the shop’s center. Freed’s Bakery thrives on variety.
The July winemaker dinner at Spiedini at the J.W. Marriott, 221 N. Rampart Blvd., will feature wines by Lionello Marchesi and will begin at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday (July 22). With an entree of Sicilian-spiced duck breast with red wine risotto, the four-course dinner is $69. Call 702-869-8500. …
You could scream on National Ice Cream Day this Sunday, or you could try one of these. Your choice.
From barbecue to burgers, chicken-fried steak to shrimp po’boys, these places won’t disappoint in your search for a casual American menu with plenty of variety.
Jayde Fuzion at M Resort offers new happy-hour specials on Fridays and Saturdays.
The Charcoal Room, which opened at Palace Station in June, is the second steakhouse by that name in the Station Casinos family, the first being at Santa Fe Station.
Among the things we celebrate in July are blueberries, so here’s to National Blueberry Month.
If the World Cup gave you a craving to taste a little bit of … everything! … we’ve got some suggestions for you.
The speakeasy era is back — at least at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar at 8721 W. Charleston Blvd. and in Town Square at 5515 Las Vegas Blvd. South. The occasion is a five-course speakeasy-themed dinner with cocktail pairings, beginning at 6:30 p.m. July 18.
The immensely popular Giada at The Cromwell, from celebrity chef Giada de Laurentiis, will begin serving lunch July 16.
The expanded menu at S+O coincides with the closing of the hotel’s Red Mansion Chinese restaurant, which is being converted to a private-dining space.
July 24 will be the grand opening of El Dorado Cantina, which had a soft opening last month. Also, check out a recipe for sea scallop lollipops with spiced olives.
Pasties in Las Vegas? Nothing new there. Cornish pasties, the meat-and-vegetable-filled pastries? Those would seem to be less suited to our city in the 21st century than the tassel-and-sequin-adorned accessory worn by “dancers.” And yet here we are with the Cornish Pasty Co.
You already know it’s Fourth of July weekend, but did you know it’s Chicken Wing Weekend, too? So celebrate.
More than a half-dozen food trucks and a beer garden will be part of the Fourth of July celebration beginning at 6 p.m. Friday at Knickerbocker Park, 10695 Dorrell Lane in the Providence master-planned community. Music and fireworks also will be part of the celebration.
Try one of these spots to satisfy your craving for Asian food. Each week Neon spotlights a different cuisine in the Dining Guide, with Asian restaurants this week.
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