Las Vegas may be better known for its sinful ways, but something heavenly just entered its atmosphere.
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Itsy Bitsy: Ramen and Whisky has spun its web in the spot formerly occupied by the short-lived Wild in The Ogden.
How many ways can you use a waffle? At Waffles Cafe, the humble breakfast cousin of the pancake transcends just the morning meal, serving as a pizza crust and bread for a sandwich.
“Be different, burn brighter” is the motto for The Phoenix Bar & Lounge, a pub that doubles as a club at Sahara Avenue and Arville Street. A neon sign flashing rainbow colors hangs above the entrance, and the outside is painted with the mythical creature that is its namesake. The 100 percent locally gay-owned and -operated Phoenix features 4,800 square feet of space with a lounge atmosphere.
Yuki Shaved Snow might not sound so heavenly in mid-January, but on a recent Saturday when valley temperatures were in the 100s for the first time this year, it felt like a godsend.
Las Vegas is known for its buffets, so it wasn’t absurd when Jayde Fuzion at the M Resort reorganized its menu in March to offer only all-you-can-eat options.
Breakfast is served all day at Stacks & Yolks. And unlike many breakfast and lunch spots that close at 2 or 3 p.m., this eatery is open daily until 9 p.m., so all day really means something.
When you click on “entrees” on the website for Tom’s Urban, there’s a juicy, full-color image of the ribs, complete with detailed description. But when we got to the restaurant there was no sign of them on the menu or anywhere else.
Regular readers know I value restaurants with menus that change — but not too much. Seeing the same menu all the time gets boring, but we all hate to see a favorite dish vanish. Restaurants with staying power usually know how to walk that fine line.
I love a good pun — and who doesn’t? (I know, I know) — so maybe that’s why I still remember a radio commercial from the ’70s where the narrator said he went to a particular chain restaurant just for the halibut. Ba-dum-bum.