Anthony Bourdain’s connections to Las Vegas run through countless chefs who have worked in our city, as well as several bars and restaurants he featured on his TV shows. As news broke of his death, and the circumstances that surrounded it, local chefs and restaurateurs reacted to the tragedy.
Vegas talent agent Jaki Baskow signed Anthony Bourdain as keynote speaker at the Next Conference, a convention for the tech company Nutanix, at New Orleans Convention Center on May 10
Las Vegas Review-Journal columnist Robin Leach, an avid fundraiser for the Cleveland Clinic, will be honored with a Dom Perignon 21-cork salute during the UNLVino festivities.
Star chefs Guy Fieri, Bobby Flay, Gordon Ramsay, Giada De Laurentiis and Steve Martorano contributed to the dinner menu and introduced a series of headliners throughout the three-hour program, which drew an all-invite crowd of 2,500 first responders, friends and family.
Giada De Laurentiis is preparing two dinners for more than $200,000 after Saturday’s wild bidding at Nevada Ballet Theatre’s Black and White gala.
Gordon Ramsay, an ex-soccer prospect in Scotland before a knee injury sidelined his athletic career, is still in top shape and fired up about his new restaurant.
As she expands her culinary interests on the Strip, Giada De Laurentiis says she considers Las Vegas her second home.
Mario Batali has become an integral part of the Las Vegas food scene, with BB Ristorante, Otto Enoteca e Pizzeria and Carnevino Italian Steakhouse Steakhosue, as well as the now-closed BB Burgers Beer. And he’s not slowing down.
Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto was in Las Vegas last week to celebrate the first anniversary of his MGM Grand restaurant.
Robert Irvine says he wants guests at his new restaurant to feel like they are part of his family.