Restaurants across the Las Vegas Valley are planning Mother’s Day dining specials.
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Pinot needs to be delicate and elegant and quite light in style, just the way it is made by Mud House.
There’s a new trend in Las Vegas’ restaurant industry these days. The big-name chef restaurants are still around and even growing. But they are being joined by a new generation of independent, homegrown restaurateurs focusing on varying concepts.
I’d return to Saffron Flavors of India just for the garlic naan.
Word to the wise: Don’t go to Jerry’s Famous Coffee Shop unless you’re really hungry.
To say Dougie J’s Cafe is all-American would be an understatement.
Don’t let the “bar” part of The Edge of Town Bar & Grille scare you off from enjoying a meal here: The bar and dining room are completely separate and even have individual entrances.
Restaurateurs Elizabeth Blau and chef Kim Canteenwalla have done it again. The duo behind Honey Salt have brought their distinct dining expertise to Downtown Summerlin.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
Starbucks is hopping on the healthy fast-food train again by debuting kale smoothies at 4,300 stores.
Foodies, weekend kitchen warriors and even once-a-year holiday bakers might find just the seasonings they’re looking for at The Spice Outlet, 6960 W. Warm Springs Road, Suite 150.
Few people know the range of weird requests better than chefs. Among the foolhardy things they have been asked to produce: a chicken sandwich without chicken, 9,000 peanut butter-and-jelly sandwiches and a $20,000 cake “the size of a Volkswagen.”
Ribs & Burgers lives up to its name, but it offers other types of meat and some veggies, too.
Kids who report sipping alcohol are more likely to report more drinking by the ninth grade, according to a new study.
Readers are confident they know where to find the best meatballs in the valley.
Here’s a Seder Plate Salad recipe from “The New Passover Menu” by Paula Shoyer.
Soon, you might not have to rush to McDonald’s before 10:30 a.m. to get your McMuffin fix.
Restaurants across the Las Vegas Valley are planning Easter dining specials.
A lawsuit that’s causing panic among drinkers of some California wine starts with a history lesson.
It looks like Americans are getting over diet sodas, as Pepsi-Cola has bumped Diet Coke out for the No. 2 spot behind Coca-Cola.
There’s not a lot going on, commercially, in the predominantly residential Southern Highlands, but the place sure does know how to breed restaurants.
OK, this is totally an exercise in not judging a book by its cover, as Mama used to say.
For authentic Italian cuisine with a formal dining experience, allow me to gently guide you off of the Strip and down East Sunset Road to Panevino.