Those who longed for a Cracker Barrel without leaving town and dreamed that one day The Halal Guys would head west from New York City have to be pretty happy about eating out in the Las Vegas Valley in 2016.
Sushi burritos. Ramen. Matcha everything. Las Vegas adopted all the biggest food trends of 2016 and made them bigger, better and tastier.
Owner Jerad Howard launched Vesta Coffee Roasters after noticing a lack of quality coffee in Las Vegas.
While valley foodies have been loudly buzzing about the ongoing reboot of The Cosmopolitan’s restaurant program, and the big names it will be bringing to the resort, one top local chef has quietly exited the building.
Who needs Champagne when you can have a strawberry and corn MilkQuake? Just in time for the big New Year’s Eve weekend, Milk Bar opened today at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
House-made lemonade, Champagne and white wine are mixed with fresh mint and finished with a lemon wedge and sugar cube, $9.99, or $14.99 for 24 ounces with a Twisted souvenir glass.
If Champagne isn’t your thing on Saturday night — or if on Sunday you need something a little soothing to quell the excesses of the night before — consider the Bourbon Milk Punch being served at the Hard Rock Cafe on the Strip.
Vic Moea, aka Vic Vegas and known for “Next Food Network Star” and other TV appearances, has opened 7 Sinful Subs at 4632 S. Maryland Parkway, across from UNLV.
You could drop close to $500 on a bottle of Veuve Clicquot Brut NV. And when the bubbles settled early on New Year’s Day you might decide it was a truly memorable — even transcending — experience. But maybe not.