Many cultures tie good fortune for the year to what you eat on New Year’s Day. In America, perhaps the most widespread culinary good-luck tradition is Hoppin’ John — black-eyed peas, rice and usually some form of pork — which originated in the South.
Las Vegas’ restaurant realm staggered a bit for a few years during the worst of the recession, but like the most dedicated Strip imbiber it regained its footing during 2014 and partied on in high style.
Consider saying hello to 2015 with one of these cocktails worthy of the big event.
Dining guide offers suggestions for steak and seafood restaurants.
17 Degrees South at Tahiti Village, 7200 Las Vegas Blvd. South, is offering a Dozen Days of Prime Rib special.
Biscuits Cafe departs from the norm of breakfast-and-lunch places in decor. While the interior is attractive, it’s fairly streamlined and not so cluttered that I found myself wondering about the poor soul who has to dust it all. When it comes to the food, though, Biscuits Cafe tucks snugly into the genre.
The MTO in MTO Cafe stands for Made To Order, and this hip eatery lives up to the name, dishing up fresh fare and an even fresher atmosphere.
Bite is the resurrection of the Sun City Cafe. Owner Andrey Ariza took the same great recipes and added a retro vibe for the new location.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
Few would expect Santa to undertake his tour de world on Christmas Eve without sufficient fuel to keep him going. But in far too many homes, Santa, encounters so-so Christmas cookies and a glass of lukewarm milk. So, in the spirit of the season, we asked a bunch of Las Vegans to suggest other things to leave for Santa and his crew.