It’s impossible to deny the impact Tony Hsieh had on the Downtown Las Vegas dining scene.
OK, there isn’t snow, but ‘overboard’ decorations, holiday libations at Commonwealth and Park on Fremont promise more than a few cups of cheer.
Main St. Provisions, 20 months in the making, to open in December in the Arts District; Mob Museum plans tasting of one of its new whiskey flights.
The owners of the restaurant in The Ogden promise a “new vision” coming to replace it.
Plenty of nods to classic Las Vegas will be visible at Circa. But you would be hard-pressed to find one as iconic or as tasty as a 99-cent shrimp cocktail.
“Top Chef” alumnus Bruce Kalman plans to open Soul Belly BBQ on Main Street early next year.
The popular downtown Las Vegas restaurant got a new patio and a “secret” dining room for locals.
Chef/owner Dan Coughlin, best known to local foodies for his pioneering Fremont Street restaurant Le Thai, said the opening date moved up from December to Oct. 28.
When it opens with Circa late next month, Barry’s Downtown Prime will have elements of Barry Dakake’s 18 years at the Palms, with new twists.
Valerie Stunning, a former exotic dancer, brings a line of ice cream with gold, glittery touches to Las Vegas’ Arts District.