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Buon Gusto serves Italian comfort food in cozy setting

With so many Italian restaurants in Las Vegas — as is the case with most American metropolitan areas, Italian being one of the most popular restaurant genres nationally — when I review one, I look for something that makes it stand out from the crowd.

Which Starbucks holiday drink is most popular in Nevada? — MAP

Each year, the pumpkin spice latte comes back bigger than the year before, but Starbucks releases a few other drinks during the holidays — some that others might prefer over the PSL.

Here’s how likely Las Vegas is to have a New Year’s hangover

With New Year’s Eve rapidly approaching, Time teamed up with the online residential real estate site Trulia to see which U.S. cities are most likely to spend the first day of 2016 nursing a hangover.

Downtown’s PublicUs plans expansion with beer garden, training space

In the past two years, a stretch of downtown Las Vegas from touristy Fremont Street Experience to gritty Maryland Parkway has seen high-profile openings such as Container Park, The Venue events center and Natalie Young’s Chow restaurant.

 
Cracker Barrel coming to the Silverton

Silverton representatives confirmed Monday that a Cracker Barrel restaurant and store are planned for the resort.

Hyde Lounge nightclub to be part of Las Vegas Arena

Nightclub and restaurant operator SBE Entertainment said Monday it will place a branch of its Hyde Lounge nightclub inside the $350 million Las Vegas Arena, which opens in April.

Tarkanian, Kerkorian among those who left indelible mark on Las Vegas

In the days following his death, Jerry Tarkanian was remembered for his personality, his profound influence on Las Vegas, his incredible impact on UNLV, his unique character, his off-court troubles with the NCAA, his love of pasta and ponies.

Henderson’s downtown is growing again with new shops, restaurants

An architect is ready to invest his money, and his company, into downtown Henderson. The move could signal that the longstanding plans to redevelop Henderson’s Water Street District — plans that came crashing to a halt when the recession hit in 2007 — might be getting back into gear.

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