Work at the orchard in the north valley helps determine which plants do best in Southern Nevada’s climate.
Chris Jacobs is a longtime local bartender and creator of the Beer Zombies blog, which has reviews of beers, a list of beers he’s trying to find and news from the craft-beer world. He also creates murals both here and elsewhere.
“In Japanese culture, each vegetable is used in so many different ways, from the seeds to the skin to the stem. There isn’t a crazy amount of ingredients, like we use in the United States.”
A trip to Herbs and Rye offers an escape, and an education. This year, owner Nectaly Mendoza is receiving recognition for the timeless bar he’s created.
Bob Ansara has been involved in Las Vegas restaurants for more than 35 years.
In this week’s Vegas Voices Q&A, Nicole Brisson discusses her new role as culinary director at B&B Hospitality Group, which takes her out of the day-to-day work of the kitchen in favor of a broader view of how the restaurants approach food.
In this week’s Vegas Voices Q&A, Gino Ferraro talks about how the local restaurant industry has changed since he first arrived in Las Vegas in 1976.
Vegas Voices is a weekly question-and-answer series featuring notable Las Vegans.
After working in Monaco, New York and Phoenix, Alessandro “Alex” Stratta opened his first Las Vegas restaurant, Renoir, at the Mirage in 1998 at the invitation of Steve Wynn. He moved in 2005 to the new Wynn Las Vegas, where he opened the fine-dining restaurant Alex, followed by the more casual Stratta.
Veteran chef Kim Canteenwalla has been involved in restaurants in Las Vegas and various locations around the world.