There are all sorts of high rollers in Las Vegas, but here’s one that’s guaranteed to have taste (not to mention flavor). The High Roller special combines sushi rice with wagyu beef, toro (fatty tuna), lobster, caviar, sea urchin and asparagus — all sprinkled with shaved truffle and flakes of gold. It comes with a flight of junmai daigingo (premium quality) sakes; the pairing is $280 at Sushi Roku at the Forum Shops at Caesars.
The award-winning Thai restaurant eyes an early December re-launch at Commercial Center in Las Vegas.
The first Yourway Breakfast + Lunch, third The Crepe Station, fourth Napoli Pizza and about the 40th Capriotti’s in Southern Nevada have opened in the west valley.
Wolfgang Puck has revealed the names of the Golden Knights players he’s partnering with in the rebranding of his Downtown Summerlin restaurant, along with the name and additional details on the project.
Local experts offer tips, tricks for making holiday dishes delicious for friends and family eating plant-based diets.
RJ readers also seeking local places to find tiny carrot cakes, chocolate halvah and cherry preserves.
Vietnamese restaurant team led by Charles Phan in San Francisco preparing for winter opening at Forum Shops at Caesars.
The peppermint-tiled, gum drop-topped, sugar bear-laden gingerbread house that children dream of living inside exists. And at 15 feet tall, it’s one of the sweetest lodgings on the Las Vegas Strip.
Chick-fil-A will no longer donate to the Salvation Army and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
An estimated 1,500 people gathered Saturday afternoon at the Industrial Event Space for the first Las Vegas Pizza Festival, sampling the wares of about 20 pizza makers.