Festive fruit finds spot on five Las Vegas chefs’ menus.
nights fever swept through every aspect of Las Vegas life in 2018, including what, where and how we ate and drank — from wine to doughnuts, and on to pizza and all sorts of sweets.
Jan. 1 marks three notable holidays: New Year’s Day, National Hangover Day and, fittingly, Bloody Mary Day.
By the time Ryan Reaves arrived at the PKWY Tavern on West Flamingo Road on Thursday night, his new beer had already been flowing for a few hours.
Here are this week’s best bets for food and drink in Las Vegas.
It’s ice, ice baby — a supercool adult beverage to warm you up for a hot 2019. Cinnaspresso at Minus5 Ice Experience is a blend of cinnamon whiskey, coffee liqueur and light cream with a candy cane garnish.
Golden Knights forward Ryan Reaves will be at the PKWY Tavern on West Flamingo Road near the 215 Beltway on Thursday to launch his beer.
Mention his reported Nobel Peace Prize nomination to Jose Andres, and the most you’re likely to get in reply is a shrug, perhaps a smile. The chef is a bit more willing to talk about World Central Kitchen, the organization he founded in the wake of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
Michael Symon isn’t exactly a Las Vegas newbie; now 49, he’s been coming here since he was 21. But Symon, whose collection of restaurants is nearing two dozen, only recently opened his first Las Vegas spot, Mabel’s BBQ, at the Palms (with Sara’s to follow early next year).
Five treats in Las Vegas to end your year on a sweet note.