Las Vegas’ restaurant realm staggered a bit for a few years during the worst of the recession, but regained its footing during 2014 all over the valley. Here are my picks for the 10 best.
Each week Neon spotlights a different cuisine in the Dining Guide, with New American restaurants this week.
Tickets are on sale for the 17th annual Lutefisk Dinner hosted by Vegas Viking Lodge of the Sons of Norway.
Although the interior of chef Brian Massie’s Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar offers a rustic appeal, the items found on the menu are a bit more sophisticated.
If you’re looking for an authentic Vietnamese dining experience but can’t afford a plane ticket, a trip to Pho MaiLan is in your future.
Sparse dining options in the far northwest have given some of the larger pizza chains a stronghold on the Providence neighborhood, but Mr. Jim’s is a neighborhood pizza joint with pies that taste anything but mass produced.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
What makes Crazy Pita so popular? It’s not the food, because you can find more inspired versions elsewhere. But Crazy Pita seems to have hit on a winning combination of super-friendly service, low prices and convenient locations.