The cooler weather we’ve been experiencing lately seems to bring out the cooks among us, so let’s see if we can find some of the items sought by Taste of the Town readers:
The Nevada Conservatory Theatre’s “King Lear” is a good-looking production. But good looks only get you so far.
Breakfast out: Ahhh, and Argh — Ahhh because you finally have time to have breakfast out, Argh because of the SSDD (same stuff, different day) factor. When IHOP’s most recent pancake special represents the only variety in your breakfast routine, it may be time to try something different.
A group of clubbers kicking off a night out has different dining needs from the romantic couple who wants to elevate dinner to an experience.
Wine: Oreana Winery ? Red Wine 2005
Health-minded Las Vegans with vegetarian tendencies finally have someplace to eat Californian besides the Whole Foods deli.
The good news: We may have solved the mystery of the whereabouts of hot dog buns like Woolworth’s used to serve, which are being sought by Sandra Ashenmil. Mike O’Brien noted that they were the New England-style split-top buns so many readers are searching for, “grilled on both sides and then the hot dog was served in it.”
Corinne Price and Vito Lonardo both live in the Las Vegas Valley, and both make wine. They just go about it in different ways.
Albae Restaurant, 953 E. Sahara Ave., received 29 demerits Sept. 2. Violations included foods held at improper temperatures. GRADE: C
Director Sarah O’Connell makes a serious error in judgment early in Las Vegas Little Theatre’s “Moon Over Buffalo” from which the show never recovers.