Have you been to Starbucks for a pumpkin spice latte so far this season? No? You say you don’t like Starbucks’ coffee? Well, you could go by a local outlet of Dunkin’ Donuts, which has upped the ante with its pumpkin creme brulee latte. Or Krispy Kreme, for a pumpkin spice latte. Or The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, for pumpkin spice coffee.
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It’s that time of year again. Halloween costumes are going on shelves, swimsuits are being packed away and wait — pumpkin spice is back? Already?
Hard Rock Cafe Cancun, which is not part of the Hard Rock International portfolio, and operating illegally as an unauthorized cafe, was closed last night by local authorities.
The Skyline has been around for decades with very little change, and that seems to be the way patrons like it.
The recipe for success at Distill is to mix a bit of swagger with a dash of class. Walking into the new Southern Highlands location, one notices the subdued colors, including wood table tops and subtle hints of gold.
Farmer Boys is vying to become your favorite casual eatery. The key words for this place are “farm fresh.” Everything is prepared as soon as it’s ordered.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
We were craving a lobster roll at the Tides Oyster Bar at Green Valley Ranch Resort, but the restaurant now is Tides Seafood & Sushi Bar, and the lobster roll is history. But the place holds promise — as soon as the kitchen staff gets a better grasp of the new menu.
There’s more than one way to make a whiskey sour. Here are five to celebrate National Whiskey Sour Day on Monday.
Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai — there’s plenty of variety on Asian menus around the valley.
Happy hour at Emeril’s, a special dinner featuring French wines at Spiedini at the JW Marriott, a fundraiser and more highlight the week’s restaurant news.
While the new SLS will have a lot to offer, its centerpiece is its restaurants, many of which reflect the Los Angeles roots of parent company SBE.
Well over 100 restaurants — 140, at last count — will participate in Las Vegas Restaurant Week from Friday through Aug. 28, with special menus, discounted prices and a major boost to the budget of Three Square food bank.
Think of them as frozen cocktails on a stick — spikesicles, if you will, since Popsicle is a trademark and we can’t call them that.
Stuffed cabbage and cabbage rolls are homey, comforting and, for many of us, reminiscent of childhood, but kind of a pain to make. But never fear; fellow Taste of the Town readers have suggestions for Bob Schaffhauser, who’s looking for them.
Lyfe Kitchen — “Lyfe” stands for “love your food everyday” — opened last month, the 10th location from a company based in Irvine, Calif.
This wine shows exactly what pinotage is all about with rustic black fruits, again tons of smoked meat such as beef jerky, bacon, andouille sausage and saucy fruit extract with hints of smoky oak and minerality.
First-time business owners Reed and Judy Alewel aren’t taking any shortcuts as they prepare to open Pinot’s Palette, a paint and sip studio, on Thursday at The District at Green Valley Ranch.
Start with a margarita and end with a sopapilla. But if you’re not sure where to go, here are a dozen suggestions to satisfy your south-of-the-border tastes.
Expert advice on how to get around the dilemma of whole-wheat pasta.
Teriyaki Madness is a family-friendly place where patrons are greeted as they approach the counter. The service may be your typical order-at-the-counter format, but the food is anything but typical.
The windows at Restaurante Guadalajara are decorated with brightly colored cartoon food, but the traditional Mexican fare to be found on the menu is the real story here.
Maru’s offers Italian fare with an extensive menu and attention to detail. The long noodle pastas, for example, are made on site, as are the sauces and dressings.