Makers & Finders will offer complimentary beer and cider with orders of $40 or more starting Saturday while supplies last.
Orders still are being taken by Bagel Cafe, Rooster Boy Cafe and Weiss Restaurant, Deli & Bakery for Passover dinners and a la carte favorites like matzo ball soup and chopped liver.
Hash House a Go Go, in concert with Greco and Sons, Worldwide Produce and Sysco Las Vegas, will distribute family packs at the restaurant at 6800 W. Sahara Ave.
The successor to the venerable UNLVino event will be rescheduled for a later date.
Las Vegas mixologists accept challenge to create ways to elevate your in-house cocktail repertoire until the bars reopen.
Three places offering a takeout Passover dinner or Seder, but supplies are limited, so order soon.
The City of Las Vegas has announced a new temporary permit program that will allow businesses with existing alcohol licenses and food service licenses to deliver meals with alcohol.
The downtown pizza joint will set up a temporary restaurant in a space temporarily closed by an industry colleague.
“A virus didn’t close my restaurant, the government did,” local restaurateur Cory Harwell says of a similar claim he’s made with his insurance company.
The normally bustling tourist corridor Strip is shuttered these days as the city joins in the fight against the novel coronavirus.