The weather is perfect for dining outside, and it’s even better up on Mount Charleston, where A Cut Above is a world away in the mountains of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.
Burritos have become a staple of the American diet, and the Super Burrito, aka Super B, is a large flour tortilla filled with beans, cheese, sour cream, guacamole, choice of meat and pico de gallo salsa.
‘Tis the season to find a favorite sports pub, and Scooter’s fits the bill with its many flat-screen televisions, arcade games, darts, pool and shuffle board.
The Wild West is still alive, at least in street names in the Black Mountain Ranch subdivision near College Drive and U.S. Highway 95.
At her Ward III Neighborhood Connection meeting, Councilwoman Kathleen Vermillion had three things to highlight: recycling, a proposed pedestrian bridge and an update about Union Village.
Among the grandiose highway plans that teetered and collapsed in so short a time was one that would have widened the 6-mile stretch of Summerlin Parkway from two to four lanes each way. The reasoning was simple, at least it was five years ago, when money was synonymous with confetti, to open up vast areas of the western sector of Summerlin for development and greater economic growth.
After nearly half a dozen meetings between the city of Henderson and Project GREEN, the City Council voted 4-0 Sept. 20 to proceed with a design of an arch culvert at the bottom of Pittman Wash.
When you’re gluten-intolerant, the world is not such a beautiful place. But that’s changing for those in the Summerlin area. The bakery at 2380 N. Buffalo Drive, Suite 110, Beau Monde, means “beautiful world,” apropos as it’s a gluten-free bakery.