This small gourmet shop/restaurant creates a Duck Rueben sandwich spotlighting its Hudson Valley Duck Ham.
A look at the best food and drink options this week in Las Vegas.
A “booze crawl” planned for 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday will be a benefit for the family of the late George Racz, owner and founder of the Las Vegas Distillery, who died Nov. 18 at age 51.
Fans of Chick-fil-A weren’t willing to let a little cold weather — and in some places, a lot of snow — get in the way of enjoying free chicken sandwiches for a year.
Santa needs something to keep him warm on those long winter journeys when the reindeer are driving — Santa’s Sangria, perhaps, from Cabo Wabo Cantina at the Miracle Mile Shops.
Four local breweries will brew Sierra Nevada’s new Resilience IPA, serve it in their taprooms and donate 100 percent of the proceeds to victims of California’s Camp Fire.
Mint Indian Bistro owner Kris Parikh has announced the launch of Rotifix, an Indian meal service. The food is available ready-to-eat or ready-to-cook, by the meal, by the week, by the pound or whatever is desired, and available for pick-up or delivery.
James Trees has a lot on his plate these days. On Saturday, he and his team from Esther’s Kitchen hosted a paint party at Tivoli Village to decorate the construction windows of a new project called Ada’s.
Chef Jose Andres, who has three Las Vegas restaurants and developed the food and beverage menu for the esports arena at Luxor, has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, The Washington Post reported Monday.
With none of the fanfare usually associated with a new restaurant from a prominent Las Vegas chef, Eat’s Natalie Young has spent the past several months quietly creating a new home for her cuisine at the World Market Center on Grand Central Parkway.