Here’s some small dishes to tantalize the palate.
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Cheffini’s Hot Dogs aren’t your average hot dogs. Here, instead of ketchup and mustard, standard toppings are Bacon Bits, pineapple sauce, caramelized onions and seaweed.
Irish pub enthusiasts are no doubt quite familiar with McMullan’s. The spacious venue on Tropicana Avenue near The Orleans has a dedicated following for its Tuesday nights Pub Quiz, live music offerings and annual St. Baldrick’s fundraiser, which raises funds for children’s cancer research.
In a unique fusion of Hawaiian and Mexican flavors, Braddah’s Island Style provides a convenient, delicious and healthy detour from everyday fast food.
If you’re a barbecue fan, Fox Smokehouse BBQ is definitely worth a stop, even if you don’t live in Boulder City. It’s no wonder Fox’s has pretty much flown under the radar. Not only is it tucked away in one of the quietest areas of Clark County, it’s off the beaten path even for Boulder City.
Consider closing out National Iced Tea Month with one of these refreshers.
Your south-of-the-border experience awaits. Each week Neon spotlights a different cuisine in the Dining Guide, with Mexican restaurants this week.
Nobody would argue that they’re dishes anyone should, or even want to, eat every day. Still, there’s something undeniably and nostalgically appealing about indulging in carnival food every once in awhile.
August L. Darata emailed with what might seem like a prosaic query. “Whose sausage is the ‘taste of the town?’” I know there’s plenty of Italian sausage being made in-house at numerous delis, butcher shops and other markets across the valley, and I know my own favorites. But in the spirit of this column, I thought I’d turn it over to the readers for suggestions.
The Wiener’s Circle, an offshoot of the famous Chicago hot-dog joint, opened earlier this month in the Red Rock Resort casino between the sports book and the poker room.
This is a seriously full-bodied wine comes in a chubby bottle with a colorful label full of circus elephants. Don’t be fooled: It’s a great effort from the savvy team at Michael David Vineyards.
Seeking to address some misconceptions, the Institute of Justice recently published a study that examined health inspection reports in Las Vegas and found vendors did better than restaurants.
Firefly Tapas Kitchen & Bar is closing another one of its locations on Sunday.
Every few weeks, Las Vegas residents Tanya Blackbourne, along with her business partners Reddie and Alexis Gonzaga, drive to San Jose, Calif., in a refrigerated truck to pick up more than two dozen flavors from Treat Ice Cream Co. and bring back a taste of the Bay Area to their shop, Eis Cream Café.
Starbucks is raising prices on some of its drinks by 5 cents to 20 cents starting next week, and customers can also soon expect to pay $1 more for the packaged coffee it sells in supermarkets.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
The Balboa Pizza Co. at The District is surf/sports bar hybrid. The theme and decor have a beachy, Hawaiian flair, while a line of televisions over the bar and hovering over the seating area broadcast sporting events 24-7.
Coffee, Tea or Me? has something for every coffee drinker: regular brewed coffee or espresso for less than $5 for the novice sipper and the Godzilla Prozac in a Cup, six espresso shots in a 32-ounce iced mocha or latte, for the serious coffee addict.
North Beach Italian Bistro inside Bogey’s Bar & Grill near Ann and Cimarron roads provides a high-end, yet affordable Italian dining experience.
Rx Boiler Room’s Bacon-Wrapped Bacon-n-Egg may be the quintessential dish for our times.
We may have missed National Bourbon Day, but what the heck … we can still celebrate.
Whether you want an old stand-by or something really special, we’ve got your Italian craving covered. Each week Neon spotlights a different cuisine in the Dining Guide, with Italian restaurants this week.
To celebrate its 35th anniversary, Morton’s the Steakhouse is offering a $35 prix-fixe menu through July 6.