Eureka! is a chain but its sole Nevada outpost is an apt reflection of downtown Las Vegas, sliding right into the district’s restaurant portfolio.
Mediterranean/Middle Eastern restaurants representing various cultures have in the past decade multiplied in Southern Nevada but not flying the Egyptian flag; indeed, Pots says it’s the first.
The melting pot that is Southern Nevada serves us culinary experiences from around the world. One of the latest comes from France’s Brittany region.
Yes, the chicken really is that good. Chef Sheridan Su’s Hainanese chicken has attracted a cult following at his Flock & Fowl spots.
Celebrity chef Scott Conant has succeeded to a resounding degree with Masso Osteria at Red Rock Resort. His updated-Italian style conveys freshness and simplicity.
Lotus of Siam has a new look in its new location — not to mention a full bar — but the top-notch food, atmosphere and service that earned a national reputation for the original restaurant on East Sahara Avenue haven’t changed.
The name — Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer — is a little misleading. Yes, the burgers are finely crafted, using a blend of beef from New Jersey-based Pat LaFrieda, who’s been called America’s most famous butcher. Sure, there are plenty of craft beers — more than a dozen on tap, another dozen in cans, plus standard American and Mexican brews. But The Venetian’s offshoot of the New York cult favorite has got some serious game when it comes to milkshakes.
For fresh, well-executed sushi with a side of fun, you won’t find a better place in the valley than Sapporo Revolving Sushi. Neither will you have a lazy river of food roll right by your table, or other dishes arrive via talking robotic device.
Esther, you did good.
“Mexican sushi” may sound like a paradox, but it’s a big thing in the Sinaloa region of our neighbor to the south. Culichi Town at Fiesta Rancho brings Las Vegas both the atypical hybrid and the fun, raucous culture that surrounds it. It’s an experience not to be missed.