More than 30 brewery tents, eight food trucks, “beer-centric” vendors, brewing demonstrations and live music will be part of the fourth annual Boulder City Beerfest.
We’ve had more than our share of “garlic” edamame over the years, and what every version had in common was that the garlic flavor was way, way too mild — sometimes to the point of being undetectable.
Tickets are on sale for the 42nd annual UNLVino, set for April 14 to 16.
When Wendy Bailey emailed a few weeks ago in search of Kraft Roka Blue and Old English cheeses for making a family favorite cheese ball, she promised to share the recipe if Taste of the Town readers came through.
I remember, not too many years ago, when the concept of seafood in the desert was a punch line complete with rim shot.
We knew we were in trouble when our server at F. Pigalle said the red wine was burgundy — which, we felt sure, wasn’t Burgundy, mainly because it’s all-you-can-drink, included with dinner, and therefore probably arrives in tanker trucks.
Some pretty interesting fusion formulas have been popping up in Southern Nevada restaurants during the past few years.
It seems 2016 has barely started but already it’s flying by. Mardi Gras is coming up Tuesday, although the parades and other celebrations start well before the actual day — on Jan. 6, or Twelfth Night, the 12th day of Christmas.
They snagged me with the promise of prime rib carved tableside, but it didn’t work out that way.
We can tell Killer Shrimp’s signature dish originated in a home kitchen.