Sparrow + Wolf, from chef Brian Howard, formerly of Comme Ca, Bouchon and Alize, opened last week with a lion dance by the Lohan School of Shaolin Las Vegas and a traditional blessing, a nod to its Chinatown location.
Members of the local bar and restaurant community came together Friday to support their own at a reception atop the Delano hotel.
Forget the battle over tomato vs. vinegar-based vs. white mayonnaise-based barbecue sauces. Today’s grillers — or barbecuers if you’re not a terminology purist — are borrowing from other cuisines, introducing a world of flavor into their creations.
In honor of Memorial Day, Las Vegas businesses are thanking U.S. active military members and veterans for their service with free and discounted meals, hotel stays and experiences.
Hooray for the red, white and blue! Therapy in downtown Las Vegas has created the Rocket Shot and the Star Spangled Lemonade in honor of Memorial Day.
It may have been the most unique off-the-menu special ever in a Las Vegas restaurant. While Beer Park guests enjoyed a beautiful Friday afternoon of barbecue and bar games, Chef Edward Manukyan brought out a large smoked alligator, set it on a picnic table and began removing the meat.
Chicago’s Bavette’s is headed to Las Vegas. The restaurant, which was named one of Esquire’s 12 Restaurants Around the Country Worth the Reservation this year, will be part of the transformation of the Monte Carlo into the new Park MGM and Nomad hotels.
The first, most logical reaction to Nathan Myhrvold’s photography is: How?
A neighborhood post alerted me to Brothers Italian Bistro on West Craig Road, a family-owned and -operated place that has been there nearly three years in an Albertson’s-anchored center. That’s a track record for that spot, so I decided to check it out.
It takes a while to build a clientele in the restaurant business. After Norm Chan spent years growing his diner, Eggs And, things were at a point where he could take a breath.