The popular downtown Las Vegas restaurant got a new patio and a “secret” dining room for locals.
Restaurants also announce pop-ups, food and coffee classes, virtual island getaways, new locations, new vegetarian tacos and special packages.
Chef/owner Dan Coughlin, best known to local foodies for his pioneering Fremont Street restaurant Le Thai, said the opening date moved up from December to Oct. 28.
Lucky Day from Corner Bar Management has a unique lighting installation on its ceiling with programmable LEDs that can respond to music.
The nine-hole Hole19 Miniature Golf Bar Pop-Up at Tivoli Village also offers beer pong, Jenga, video games and a full bar with craft cocktails.
While crowds were light, customers and employees applauded the rule change.
The new owner of Valley Cheese & Wine in Henderson offers advice on assembling a cheese board.
From recently relocated winemakers who plan to make and sell specialty offerings to aficionados curating small-batch selections imported from around the world, here are some of the latest additions to the wine scene.
Paina Cafe’s mochi doughnuts are just as tasty as they are photogenic.
Las Vegas Valley restaurants have announced openings, a Sinatra cooking class and a craft brewery anniversary.
Businesses that had to keep bars closed because of COVID-19 are ready to welcome customers, even with requirements on social distancing and masks.
The two-day celebration of Rosh Hashana, which marks the beginning of the Jewish new year and starts Friday, is a time for sweet foods to anticipate a sweet new year.
With fans not allowed at Allegiant Stadium for the 2020 NFL season because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Raiders wanted to give fans a connection to game day while they watch from home.
The team behind Area15 didn’t plan to open any of the complex’s dining options until later this year, but COVID-19 protocols prompted a Todd English pop-up.