By now, the fast-casual concept that is Braddah’s Island Style will be pretty familiar to regular on-the-go diners: Upon entering the restaurant, you’re presented with menu options that feature your ingredient selections served in a bowl, as a burrito or as tacos. Once this decision has been made, you’re faced with several other choices, all competing for your taste buds.
Frank & Fina’s Cocina is one of those restaurants that, upon entering, transports you somewhere else. While dining, you have to remind yourself of what is outside the doors: Are you in a mission-style restaurant in another country, or is Las Vegas still out there?
If you find yourself shopping near the Las Vegas Premium Outlets South, you might want to stop for a bite down East Windmill Lane at Bachi Burger. The specialty here are burgers sharpened by Asian flavors.
Jalisco promises “the great flavors from south of the border with a new, fresh twist,” so that’s what we went looking for — and found.
Have a happy Halloween with these treats — or tricks — available in the valley.
Here are a few restaurants offering special menus for Dia de los Muertos.
Halloween may best be known as the holiday where candy is king. And while that’s perfectly tasty, Halloween is supposed to scare up surprises, too. Why not create your own, using versatile popcorn?
Hamburger and hot dog relish are not quite the same, but Taste of the Town readers managed to find both at Glazier’s Food Marketplace.
Here’s a recipe for layered cornmeal with spicy tomato sauce from “Super Grains” by Jenni Muir.
Chef Steve Martorano opened his second valley restaurant earlier this month at Paris Las Vegas.