The inside of Nacho Daddy’s Henderson location is spacious, with oversized tequila labels painted on planks that hang by chains. Patrons can sit in booths or at wooden tables to watch the wall-to-wall flat-screen TVs. There is also a long bar, although the place still maintains a family-friendly feeling.
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Hang around a restaurant at opening or closing time and you’ll likely see a cook or two toting a case carrying the most important tools of the trade: their knives.
Football season is coming. And, to celebrate the return of pro football to our TV screens, the Las Vegas Review-Journal is again compiling a directory of valley bars that cater to fans of individual NFL teams.
“We never really had a traditional cuisine,” said Carlos Buscaglia, chef partner of Due Forni, who’s been cooking in Las Vegas for more than 20 years.
Owner Paymon Raouf of Paymon’s Mediterranean Café & Hookah Lounge opened the Las Vegas Spice Co. and started making special blends for his friends in the restaurant industry. But after a brief standstill in ‘08, his business has since rebounded.
The annoucement this week that White Castle would soon — finally — have a permanent location in Las Vegas has raised more questions than it has provided answers for the dimunitive burgers’ die-hard fans, but the answers, said developer Troy Herbst, will have to wait.
Mercadito brings a new twist to Mexican cuisine at Red Rock Resort. The casual restaurant seats 165, including the patio. Brick and wood dominate the space, with diffused lighting running behind the banquet seating in the main room. But you’re here for the food, right?
The original Al’s Donuts on Harmon Avenue near UNLV already has a loyal following, but morning pastry fans in the northwest might find it quite a trek to make for doughnuts. A second location, this one also featuring Cafe Burger, opened in May in Tenaya Village.
There are two menus to choose from at Skinny Chick Fat Chicken, depending on how health-conscious you are.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
Friday is International Beer Day. Here are 5 ways you can celebrate with food as well as drink.
“Jay Sarno: King of Goddesses” will be the topic of the next Oscar’s Monologue dinner from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Oscar’s Beef, Booze & Broads at the Plaza, 1 Main St. Dinner.
When Guy Fieri’s American Kitchen & Bar opened in Times Square a couple of years ago, The New York Times ran a review that became famous for its snark. Yeah, we’re not going to do that.
The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin is jazzed about more than music at the Ohio State Fair: She’s also looking forward to the food.
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.
There are, it appears, a lot of fans of hearty, old-fashioned B&M Baked Beans out there. When Roberta Shulman contacted Taste of the Town in search of the beans in 16-ounce cans, which she used to get at Albertsons, several of her fellow readers replied almost immediately.
Now that it’s getting serious with the summer heat, we need to drink good, fresh and steely wines that “speak” to our palates as well as our wallets. I found just such a wine in the unlikeliest of places.
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.
The immensely popular White Castle burgers are finally finding a permanent home in Las Vegas.
More than 75 restaurants are serving up savings this September during Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining Month. Returning in its ninth year with the greatest number of restaurants in the program’s history, this year’s event will include more dates than ever before thanks to the addition of a special preview week starting Aug. 25.
Novecento Pizzeria is a little slice of Italy tucked in Henderson. From the imported ingredients to the cooking techniques, owner/chef Marc Sgrizzi models his restaurant after authentic pizzerias in Naples, Italy.
Situated around a margarita bar and offering a variety of tasty Mexican dishes, The Salted Lime inside the Aliante serves up delicious South of the Border food with excellent alcoholic pairings.
The Wiener’s Circle elevates the lowly hot dog to a whole new level. The key is the char broiling, which locks in the flavor.