Las Vegas’ restaurant realm staggered a bit for a few years during the worst of the recession, but regained its footing during 2014 all over the valley. Here are my picks for the 10 best.
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Worried about the Fireball recall in Scandinavian countries? Mixologist Juyoung Kang has created a house-made version of the fiery whiskey for the Blvd. Cocktail Company at The Linq.
Pies are one of those things — like the Thanksgiving turkey — that most people make only about once a year, so they don’t get the practice and the chance to develop their skills and preferences that they do with more everyday dishes. Now is the time to overcome that fear to create a delightful dessert.
Some 500 cooks and chefs will contribute for a slice of a $300,000 prize pie in downtown Las Vegas this weekend in the World Food Championships. Some events are free.
Pimento cheese, the Southern staple being sought by reader Michaeline Logan, has been a frequent request to Taste of the Town over the years. The difference between then and now is that now it’s available locally.
Attractively packaged, Menage a Trois Midnight Dark Red Blend appears to be the daily drinking wine from this winery, yet it certainly can hold its own against some much pricier competition.
Beer-braised sausages with potatoes from “One Pot” from the Kitchens of Martha Stewart Living.
The world-famous chef opened his first off-Strip Las Vegas restaurant last week in Downtown Summerlin.
Caesars Palace on Monday announced Gordon Ramsay will open yet another restaurant on the Vegas Strip next year.
SLS Las Vegas will close its buffet restaurant on Sunday, but officials said it would to reopen the space after the first of the year.
The typical Thanksgiving dinner can wreak havoc for those trying to stay on the right side of caloric intake. Fortunately, there are things you can do to slice calories while still enjoying a special meal.
Well, we missed National Sandwich Day by a few days, but it’s never too late to celebrate.
Each week we spotlight a different cuisine in the Dining Guide, with steakhouses and seafood restaurants this week.
The Second Saturdays Patio Party, Truffle Week, a Sake Tour and more in this week’s restaurant news.
OK, I’ll be honest: I didn’t expect Made L.V. to be anything less than stellar.
Cupcakes were the dessert du jour several years ago. Although treat trend-setters seem to have moved on to doughnuts and cakepops, cupcakes are still the sweet to beat here.
Camille by Manon is one of the area’s little secrets that won’t stay a secret for long. Once you try it, you can’t help telling other people about it.
Pot Liquor’s name is not a pun based on licking the last bits of flavor out of a pot. It’s actually a Southern term for the rich broth left in the pot after collard greens, turnips or mustard greens are boiled together with smoked meats, bones or salt pork.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
Grab some extra napkins — that saucy McDonald’s McRib sandwich is back. In nearly all of its Southern Nevada stores, the sandwich has officially made its return, according to a McDonald’s Corp. spokeswoman.
Three seasonal burgers being offered locally have raised the beefsteak stakes a little higher.
Popcorn is no longer just for movie outings thanks in part to gourmet popcorn shop Popped, 9480 S. Eastern Ave., Suite 110.