Chart House’s celebration of National Oyster Day tops this week’s food roundup.
The Flight of Mules comes with a classic Moscow Mule, a Kentucky version made with bourbon and a Mexican Mule with a jalapeño kick.
French’s announced it is releasing mustard-flavored ice cream in celebration of National Mustard Day.
With more than 40,000 varieties under cultivation, there’s always something to learn about rice.
The popularity of the seasoned cottage cheese recipe from the Alpine Village Inn, which closed 20 years ago, prompted publication of a favorite soup recipe.
The State Fair CrazyShake, available through Aug. 18 at Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer, combines kettle corn, a deep-fried Twinkie, fried Oreos and more.
Border Grill at Mandalay Bay now offers a private, chef-attended brunch and Vegans, Baby will re-create its James Beard dinner.
First came the grasshopper cocktail specials. But as the insect infusion continues, one local business owner is moving beyond whimsical tributes to the pests to serving them up on a plate.
When the grasshoppers descended on Las Vegas, local businesses reacted with a bit of boozy revenge.
On Sunday, PT’s Ranch in Henderson hosted a $4,000 wing-eating challenge in celebration of National Chicken Wing Day.
Chefs at these five Las Vegas restaurants prepare this mollusk braised or charred.
Here’s one way to guarantee a good breakfast: Invite the owners of a place you like to open in your building. That’s how Broken Yolk Cafe came to be part of the plans for the SL Building.
Balboa Pizza Company, which has been at The District at Green Valley Ranch in Henderson for 15 years, offers a variety of chicken wing flavors, including Thai peanut.
The Las Vegas trend food lovers have been buzzing about lately is the explosion of great neighborhood dining spots.
Elvis Costello & The Imposters join Blondie at 8 p.m. Thursday at The Pearl at the Palms.