Attention, ceviche lovers: There’s a new spot in Las Vegas just for you.
Can an art gallery replace a fan belt? Make a U-turn? Serve serious caffeine? (Answers? 1: Yes. 2: Probably, but it’ll inspire rude hand gestures. 3: Try the “Dancing in the Dark,” a concoction of mocha latte macchiato, steamed milk and espresso.)
The weather might be cooling down, but the Strip is heating up this weekend.
The former home of Bonjour Euro Cafe was purchased in June by Las Vegas businesswoman Kristin Forsberg. The interior and menu received a makeover before the bakery opened in early August.
This Mexican spot in the Lakes community has a wide variety of burritos, including classics like carne asada, al pastor, chile verde and pollo asado.
A visit to Rose.Rabbit.Lie is always a trip down a rabbit hole to a wonderland of sights, sounds and tastes. The trick this signature cocktail performs is making the blood-red color of a negroni disappear, thanks to Luxardo’s clear bitters in place of Campari. The only thing left visible is the garnish of bunny ears.
From September 2011 through June 2014, Back of the House Brawls helped define Las Vegas’ fledgling underground food scene. After the demise of the competitions, many chefs lamented the loss, but starting Sept. 16, the first in a series of six new contests will debut.
If you want to learn the history of organized crime, you may as well start with the booze.
General manager Jed Wack says restaurant Honey Salt is one of those “everything-from-the-earth kind of concepts. It’s everything farm-to-table, down home and comfortable. It’s a reflection of our owners (Kim Canteenwalla and Elizabeth Blau ).”